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Thursday, October 27, 2022


Recognizing Jaundice

A hand with a yellowish tint due to jaundice compared to a hand without jaundice.

A yellowish tint to your skin or eyes may be jaundice, a condition that occurs when the liver does not work properly. Find out what can cause this in adults. (From NIH News in Health)

Advances in Breast Cancer Research

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Learn about recent research in the detection and treatment of breast cancer. (From NIH’s NCI)

Popular Diabetes Drugs Compared in Large Trial

A female doctor handing pills to a senior male patient.

A comparison of four common drugs for treating type 2 diabetes showed that two outperformed the others in maintaining target blood sugar levels. (From NIH Research Matters)

Lung Diseases and Your Environment

An illustration of human lungs.

Lung diseases affect your ability to breathe. Discover the genetic and environmental risks of lung disease. (From NIH’s NIEHS)

National Dental Hygiene Month

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Check out free publications on dental hygiene for all ages. (From NIH’s NIDCR)