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Pandemic Dramatically Worsens Racial Disparities in Heart Disease Deaths, UH Study Finds

UH Clinical Update | January 2023

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Gay Men are Two Times More Likely to have Inflammatory Bowel Disease, According to New Research

Study will allow researchers to develop personalized precision medicine for treatment of IBD in this underrepresented minority patient population - Innovations in Digestive Health |Fall 2020

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Medicaid Expansion Linked to Earlier Detection of Liver Cancer, Fewer Deaths, UH Study Finds

UH Clinical Update | November 2022

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New Data from SPRINT Trial Offer Insights for Hypertension Control

UH Clinical Update | October 2022

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Chiropractic Patients with Low Back Pain Less Likely to Receive Benzodiazepine Prescription, New UH Connor Whole Health Study Suggests

UH Clinical Update | October 2022

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Quality Effort at University Hospitals Boosts Annual Wellness Visits for Medicare Patients

UH Clinical Update | October 2022

Sadeer Al-Kindi, MD

1930s 'Redlining' Connected to Poor Health Outcomes Today

New study from UH Harrington Heart & Vascular Institute shows link between historical redlining and increase in contemporary cardiometabolic health risk factors

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Researchers Find Favorable Tradeoffs of PSA Screening for Prostate Cancer

Data support PSA screening, particularly in Black men, for whom there is a shortage of clinical trial evidence - Innovations in Urology | Summer 2022

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