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Do Mood and Anxiety Affect Multiple Sclerosis Disability?

Researchers found that mood and anxiety disorders were associated with a higher disability score among MS patients over an average of 10 years of follow-up.

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South Philly Student Overcomes Lymphoma

18-year-old Alexis Carine was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma (HL), a blood cancer that begins in the lymphatic system. But Carine refused to let the cancer dictate her life and stop her from doing the things she loved.

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How Cystic Fibrosis Progresses in Patients

CF is an inherited disease that progresses throughout a patient’s life. Unfortunately, many effects of CF may be silent at first, which is why damage often occurs before it has the chance to be detected through tests.

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Surgeon, Robot Build Former Rice University Quarterback Artificial Colon

18-year-old Carter Tomsu was in his freshman year at Rice University and enjoying his days as a quarterback on the football team. That is, until his health took a turn for the worse.

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Go For It!

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Function or Aesthetics? Both!

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When Your Adolescent Patient Cuts

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Symptoms of a Stomach Ulcer

Check out this video to learn more about symptoms of a stomach ulcer.

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New Hope for Dry Macular Degeneration

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Companies Want to Work with People Who Have Autism

Many individuals with autism are highly educated, highly capable, and above all, brilliant. Today, numerous companies are seeing bright opportunities in this untapped employment pool.

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How should I replace my missing tooth?