Madeline Morr

Associate Editor

Madeline is the digital content editor for the Clinical Advisor. She is a graduate of Saint Joseph's University in Philadelphia with a BA in Communications.

Most Recent Articles by Madeline Morr

Assessing the Outcome of a Colorectal Cancer Screening Outreach Strategy in Primary Care

Assessing the Outcome of a Colorectal Cancer Screening Outreach Strategy in Primary Care

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After primary care patients received invitations in the mail for colorectal cancer screening by fecal immunochemical testing or colonoscopy, results show that more patients invited to screen for colonoscopy switched to FIT.

Low Birth Weight, Obesity Associated With Pregnancy Complications

Low Birth Weight, Obesity Associated With Pregnancy Complications

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Women who were born at a low birth weight and who are overweight or obese as adults are at increased risk of developing preeclampsia, gestational hypertension, and gestational diabetes mellitus.

Primary Care Use Associated With Improved Health Care Experience

Primary Care Use Associated With Improved Health Care Experience

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Researchers used data from the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey to examine whether visits to primary care providers resulted in high-value or low-value care, as well as the impact of those visits on patient access to and experience with health care.

Assessing Maternal Ondansetron Use and Risk of Cardiac Malformation, Oral Cleft in Infants

Assessing Maternal Ondansetron Use and Risk of Cardiac Malformation, Oral Cleft in Infants

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Maternal use of ondansetron during the first trimester of pregnancy was not found to be associated with cardiac or congenital malformation in offspring but may be linked to oral cleft development.

Persistent Hot Flashes, Night Sweats Associated With Increased Risk of Breast Cancer in Postmenopausal Women

Persistent Hot Flashes, Night Sweats Associated With Increased Risk of Breast Cancer in Postmenopausal Women

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Postmenopausal women with persistent night sweats and/or hot flashes are more likely to be diagnosed with breast cancer compared with women without these vasomotor symptoms.

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