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Travel to High Altitudes Could be Dangerous for People With Heart Conditions

Visiting high-altitude locations may be dangerous for people with high blood pressure or certain heart conditions, according to a new report from the American Heart Association that offers guidance about engaging in recreational activities in mountainous regions.

Author American Heart Association | Publish Date
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Nurse Home Visits for Low-Income Expectant Mothers Show Promising Results for Child Development, Mortality Rates

A wide-ranging study of prenatal and postnatal nurse intervention for low-income mothers bearing their first children, published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine, indicates promising results in reducing maternal mortality for external causes and child mortality for preventable causes.

Author Kelsea Pieters | Publish Date
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The COVIDome Online Portal Can Rapidly Accelerate Coronavirus Research Worldwide

To further accelerate COVID-19 research on a global scale, investigators from the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus have created a multidimensional dataset, known as the COVIDome dataset, derived from hospitalized COVID-19 patients versus negative controls. The team has now launched a public online portal called the COVIDome Explorer to share that data in real time.

Author Julia Milzer | Publish Date
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Innovation    Press Releases    Pancreatic Cancer

University of Colorado Cancer Center Earns Distinguished Title from National Pancreas Foundation Academic Center of Excellence

The most important factor predicting the survival of pancreatic cancer patients is whether the cancer can be surgically removed (whether the cancer is “resectable”). The answer isn’t always clear.

Author Siyab Khan | Publish Date
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