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Study Results Encourage Collecting ‘Big Data’ During Annual Visit To Doctor To Detect Hidden Health Problems

08:45 EDT 9 May 2019 | Kaiser Health News

Studying genome and molecular activities in patients is better than conventional medicine when it comes to detecting potential health problems, according to Michael Snyder, chair of the genetics department at Stanford University. But other researchers express doubts about costs and other issues. Public health news also looks at disaster preparedness, antibiotic resistant infections, drug safety in pregnant women, weedkiller and cancer, obesity and diabetes.

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