Cell by cell, scientists are building a high-resolution map of brain changes in Alzheimer’s disease.
ACT study, dementia, Alzheimer’s, Brain Atlas
IDCRC study finds rapid decline in vaccine-boosted neutralizing antibodies against Omicron variant BA.5
COVID-19, mix-and-match vaccines, Omicron
Research by Marlaine Figueroa Gray, PhD, includes exploring the intersection of medicine and creativity.
patient-centered care, art in medicine, medical anthropology, medical ethnography
Disparities at screening sites may influence lag in follow-ups.
breast cancer screening, mammograms, biopsy delays
Age-related memory changes are not always cause for concern, writes Eric Larson, MD, MPH.
Alzheimer’s disease, health aging, memory changes
Biostatistician Yates Coley reports on new predictive analytics work that’s decreasing missed visits at KP Washington.
learning health system, ACT Center, missed visits, predictive analytics
New data should increase confidence in vaccine safety among people who are pregnant and more at risk for COVID-19 complications.
pregnancy, COVID-19, vaccine safety
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