Mobile apps might be the future of medicine, but how can physicians determine which apps are worth recommending to patients?
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Research led by Cincinnati Children's detects a molecular signal that influences how embryos become implanted in the uterus.
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The steroid fluticasone propionate proves effective for most patients, but not for a specific group. And a new genetic finding may lead to improved treatment.
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Our Comprehensive Neuromuscular Center named one of the best in the US.
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Arnold Strauss, MD, recaps the legacy and mission of Cincinnati Children's as a leader in care, research and education.
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Bacteria, Genes Affect Crohn’s Severity
Severe cases of Crohn's disease have a specific microbial and genetic signature, according to a study involving 28 medical centers in North America. Read more.
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