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    Up to 12 million people in the U.S. have some type of movement disorder — Parkinson’s disease, essential tremor, dystonia or others. Because these conditions can have similar symptoms, it’s important for physicians to have the tools to diagnose them properly in order to effectively treat them and improve patients’ quality of life. A new Read more...

  • physicians and 3D printed model heart

    When Par Tha Sung had a routine ultrasound during her pregnancy, she found out that her unborn child had four congenital heart defects. “I was very sad and just cried,” said the Owensboro, Ky., resident, who is originally from Myanmar.  “I had never heard of heart surgery. I was very worried about my son and didn’t think he would survive Read more...

  • woman with abdominal pain

    Like millions of other women, Melissa Dehart spends her days balancing her work life as a school secretary with her home life, taking care of her kids – Samantha, 14, Kelsey, 13, and Ryan, 10 – along with Jeff, her high school sweetheart and husband of 17 years. From the outside, everything looks normal. You would never know Melissa Read more...

  • teenage girls playing field hockey

    Summer is an active time of the year for children, especially high school athletes. When kids are playing sports or enjoying other physical activities outdoors, it’s crucial that parents and coaches ensure children are adequately hydrated in order to avoid heat-related illnesses. It is also essential that schools where athletes are Read more...

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