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Evidence from the literature suggests that some risks associated with cigar smoking can be as high or higher than those associated with cigarette smoking, especially at the highest doses and levels of inhalation for cigar smoking.
Ready-to-use therapeutic foods, used to treat children with acute malnutrition, do not meet polyunsaturated fatty acid (PUFA) requirements unless supplemented with both n-3 PUFA and fish oil capsules, suggesting that formulations should be revised.
Microarray analysis revealed the distinct expression pattern of miRNAs in enterovirus 71-infected human cells, enhancing our knowledge on the roles of miRNAs in enterovirus 71 infection and pathogenesis.
Emil Chiauzzi and colleagues discuss the potential of wearable activity-measuring devices to engage patients in monitoring their own health, highlighting the need for accurate integration of the data into self-management regimens for chronic disease.
An analysis of lung cancer cell lines gene expression in response to drug treatment reveals differential response on the single-cell level
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