Hannah Dellabella

Hannah Dellabella

Hannah Dellabella writes independently, and her creative work has been published in various literary magazines. Hannah has a B.A. in creative writing and professional writing from Carnegie Mellon University.

Most Recent Articles by Hannah Dellabella

Do School Report Cards Serve as a Precipitant to Child Physical Abuse?

Do School Report Cards Serve as a Precipitant to Child Physical Abuse?

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Releasing report cards on Fridays may increase the rate of child physical abuse on the following Saturday.

Blunted Cardiovascular Stress Reactivity in Fibromyalgia With Comorbid PTSD

Blunted Cardiovascular Stress Reactivity in Fibromyalgia With Comorbid PTSD

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For women with fibromyalgia, comorbid posttraumatic stress disorder may contribute to blunted cardiovascular reactivity to stress.

New Four-Drug Regimen Effective in Patients With HCV Who Inject Drugs

New Four-Drug Regimen Effective in Patients With HCV Who Inject Drugs

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Those with HCV genotype 1 with recent injection drug use and/or current opioid substitution therapy, paritaprevir/ritonavir, ombitasvir, and dasabuvir with/without ribavirin is effective.

Standard Set of Outcomes Developed for Value-Based Health Care in Inflammatory Arthritis

Standard Set of Outcomes Developed for Value-Based Health Care in Inflammatory Arthritis

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The International Consortium for Health Outcome Measurement released a set of outcomes to enable the implementation of value-based health care for patients with inflammatory arthritis.

Little Evidence of Gabapentin Efficacy for Off-Label Uses

Little Evidence of Gabapentin Efficacy for Off-Label Uses

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Clinicians who prescribe gabapentin for off-label uses should assess available evidence for a given indication.

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