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Effects of sleep quality; communicating clearly; USPSTF seeks nominees – Morning Medical Update

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Sleep quality makes a difference

A new study found bad quality of sleep in early adulthood could increase cognitive impairment later in life. The findings could be a step in understanding development of Alzheimer disease.

Message, messenger, audience

Physicians and nurses are the most trusted professionals in the nation. How can they leverage that credibility to help patients? Here are some strategies for medical communication.

National leaders needed

The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, an advisory panel that makes recommendations about the effectiveness of clinical preventive services and health promotion, is seeking new physician members for service to start in January 2025. Nominations are due March 15.

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