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Predicting autism risk may begin with a drop of blood
Within days of birth, a few drops of blood are collected from every newborn in California — and across the United States — which are then stored on filter paper and screened for dozens of genetic and congenital disorders, such as phenylketonuria (PKU), an inherited metabolic disorder that can result in intellectual disability, seizures, heart and behavioral problems.
New model for predicting kidney injury after common heart procedure
A Yale-led group of doctors has developed a new mathematical model that can predict the risk of acute kidney injury (AKI) in patients undergoing a common heart procedure.
AI now better at predicting mortality than human doctors
As scientists continue to toil away at creating machine learning algorithms that will one day enslave humanity save us all, artificial intelligence (AI) researchers have discovered that computers are outpacing human doctors in a number of important areas.
Predicting hair loss no matter your gender
Whether you’d like to admit it or not, your appearance has a great effect on your everyday life.
How early is too early for predicting tornadoes?
Meteorologists are finding something much tougher to forecast than a stormy atmosphere: The human mind.

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