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An 'AI' Doctor Is Helping Hospitals Predict Readmissions

New York University doctors and hospital executives are using an artificial intelligence (AI) computer program to predict whether a newly discharged patient will soon fall sick enough to be readmitted.

The AI program “NYUTron” reads physicians' notes to estimate a patient’s risk of dying, the potential length of their hospital stay, ...

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Move to 'Zero-Emission' Vehicles Would Save 90,000 U.S. Lives by 2050

Move to 'Zero-Emission' Vehicles Would Save 90,000 U.S. Lives by 2050

Consider yourself a lifesaver if you opt for an electric vehicle next time you buy or lease a new car.

Electric cars can save millions of lives and reduce health care costs by improving air quality so people can breathe better and freer, according to a new report by the American Lung Association. Zero-emission electric vehicles don’t emi...

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Women's Gymnastics Brings High Risk for Concussion

Women's Gymnastics Brings High Risk for Concussion

Gymnasts make it look easy, but mastering those floor exercises and balance beam moves can take a toll on the brain.

Researchers studying preseason and regular season concussion rates in college sports found that women’s gymnastics led all others for its concussion rate in the preseason. The rate was 50% higher even than that for college...

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Smoke From Canadian Wildfires Blackens Skies, Prompts Air Quality Alerts in Much of U.S.

Smoke From Canadian Wildfires Blackens Skies, Prompts Air Quality Alerts in Much of U.S.

Wildfires that have been spreading throughout Canada in recent weeks are now spewing tons of smoke southward into the United States.

The smoke was so thick on Tuesday that New York City's skyline could not be seen clearly and air quality alerts were issued to residents from parts of the Northeast to the southern Mid-Atlantic region.

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  • June 7, 2023
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FDA Finalizes Limit on How Much Arsenic Can Be in Apple Juice

FDA Finalizes Limit on How Much Arsenic Can Be in Apple Juice

Federal regulators have finalized new guidance on how much inorganic arsenic can be present in apple juice, in an effort to limit the exposure of infants and young children to this environmental contaminant.

What is the new limit? 10 parts per billion, a number first proposed in 2013.

“We are finalizing an action level of 10 ppb ...

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As Medical Debt Rises, So Do Cancer Death Rates

As Medical Debt Rises, So Do Cancer Death Rates

Folks who are loaded down with medical debt are less likely to survive a bout of cancer, a new study reports.

Researchers found that U.S. counties where more residents have medical debt in collections also had more cancer deaths, compared to counties with less medical debt.

“This association was seen for all cancers combined, and t...

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