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Fighting a Silent Killer: Identifying Chronic Kidney Disease at Stage 1

The benefits of early diagnosis of chronic kidney disease (CKD) are significant, as patients in whom CKD is diagnosed in the early stages have the chance to make lifestyle changes, learn how to manage their disease, and extend their lives while avoiding or postponing the need for dialysis or transplant.
Unmarried patients with cancer have a lower survival rate, but does this lead to bias in treatment?

Exploring Marital Status Bias in Cancer Treatment

Because unmarried patients are less likely to choose surgery or radiotherapy treatments over other interventions, researchers often speculate that those patients have less “fighting spirit” or that having a life partner would give them “more to live for.”

CBD and Other Cannabinoids in Pain Management

The therapeutic potential of cannabinoids to manage several clinical conditions, including pain, inflammation, sleep disorders, and epilepsy, is finding support through a growing body of evidence.
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