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The Conversation

Concussions can cause disruptions to everyday life in both the short and long term – a neurophysiologist explains what to watch for

news outletThe Conversation
Publish DateNovember 10, 2022

The Conversation asked David Howell, director of the Colorado Concussion Research Laboratory at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, to explain the latest science behind concussions and why a recently injured brain is more vulnerable to repeat injury. Howell’s work focuses on the many different areas of concussion-related dysfunction and recovery, including movement deficitssleep problems and rehabilitation.

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Healio

FDA panel supports approval of two-drug asthma inhaler for adults, split on adolescents

news outletHealio
Publish DateNovember 09, 2022

Heterogeneity in the data makes it too difficult to extrapolate results from adults to adolescents, Alex Kaizer, PhD, assistant professor in the department of biostatistics and informatics at University of Colorado-Anschutz Medical Campus, said after his “no” vote.

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MSN

Can Physical Therapy Fix A Torn Rotator Cuff?

news outletMSN
Publish DateNovember 09, 2022

Dr. Eric McCarty, orthopedic sports medicine specialist and chief of Sports Medicine and Shoulder Surgery with the Department of Orthopedics at the University of Colorado School of Medicine, tells UCHealth that for some patients, physical therapy is enough to effectively manage their injury.

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Healio

Higher dose of early active mobilization appears ineffective, ‘potentially harmful’

news outletHealio
Publish DateNovember 08, 2022

This study by Hodgson and colleagues adds to the literature indicating that benefits of early mobilization in this patient population requires more research, according to an accompanying editorial by Marc Moss, MD, professor of medicine in the division of pulmonary sciences and critical care medicine at the University of Colorado School of Medicine.

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CBS4 Denver

Birthing center in Thornton closing, adding to decline in maternal care options

news outletCBS4 Denver
Publish DateNovember 08, 2022

"Probably the most evident is the closure of rural hospitals. Volume and diversity of payment structures is what keeps birth centers and others financially solvent," Denise Smith, assistant professor at the CU College of Nursing said.

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HuffPost

COVID Superspreader Events Still Exist. Here's What They Look Like Now

news outletHuffPost
Publish DateNovember 08, 2022

“The decrease in the susceptibility of the population as a whole, increase in personal protective behaviors, and the lack of case reporting have caused superspreader events to both be less likely to occur and less likely to be reported,” Bailey Fosdick, an associate professor of biostatistics and informatics at the Colorado School of Public Health, told HuffPost.

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Self

Here’s Why the Time Change Might Make You Feel Crappy All Week

news outletSelf
Publish DateNovember 08, 2022

In general, your body functions at its best when you stick to a consistent schedule, and any change to your circadian rhythm can throw things off and cause somewhat of a ripple effect. 

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Medscape

Pediatric Celiac Disease Incidence Varies Across US, Europe

news outletMedscape
Publish DateNovember 08, 2022

"Determining the true incidence of celiac disease (CD) is not possible without nonbiased screening for the disease. This is because many cases occur with neither a family history nor with classic symptoms," write Edwin Liu, MD, a pediatric gastroenterologist at the Children's Hospital Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus and director of the Colorado Center for Celiac Disease, and colleagues.

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