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2014/04/17 20:54
2014/04/17 20:54
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Featured speakers include UC President Janet Napolitano UC Davis and the University of California Global Health Institute will host global health leaders from California and beyond on Saturday, April...
2014/04/17 20:54
2014/04/17 20:54
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2014/04/15 13:18
2014/04/15 13:18
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Community-Based HIV Prevention Can Boost Testing, Help Reduce New Infections Available for logged-in reporters onlyCitationsLancet Global Health Newswise — Communities in Africa and Thailand that...
2014/04/15 07:08
2014/04/15 07:08
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The Female Athlete Triad is a medical condition often observed in physically active girls and women, and involves three components: low energy availability with or without disordered eating, menstrual...
2014/04/14 20:30
2014/04/14 20:30
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Finally!!! It's spring. What a winter, especially for those in the northeast US. What follows are several very interesting tips. 1. Avoid Stress and Reduce Allergies According to a study published...
2014/04/10 19:52
2014/04/10 19:52
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Amy Norton HealthDay Reporter That way, kids learn different skills and have the chance to discover which sport they truly enjoy, said DiFiori, who is scheduled to present the findings this week at...
2014/04/10 14:08
2014/04/10 14:08
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A team of community leaders and researchers from UCLA and RAND has been awarded the 2014 Joint Team Science Award in recognition of a 10-year effort to conduct community engaged, population-based...
2014/04/09 15:55
2014/04/09 15:55
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Diet Detective: Spring Health Tips 2014 By Charles Platkin 1. Avoid Stress and Reduce Allergies According to a study published in Annals of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology, allergy sufferers with...
2014/04/09 12:39
2014/04/09 12:39
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Iranian women on Facebook want to shun veil: Study London, April 9 : Use of social media can influence attitudes and behaviours to a greater extent, even empower women too. According to a promising...
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2014/04/07 07:08
2014/04/07 07:08
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If you are a middle-aged African-American or Asian woman, your social class may play a significant role in how likely you are to suffer bone fractures, a UCLA-led study suggests. The study, published...
2014/04/06 16:40
2014/04/06 16:40
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Courtesy photo UCLA Health System's Patricia Oliver and Chef Gabriel Gomez with antibiotic-free menu items. Patients, staff, and visitors to the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center and UCLA Medical...
2014/04/04 20:18
2014/04/04 20:18
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Higher Social Class Linked to Fewer Bone Fractures Among Non-White Women Available for logged-in reporters onlyCitationsOsteoporosis International Newswise — If you are a middle-aged...
2014/04/02 16:17
2014/04/02 16:17
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UCLA Hospitals Serve up Antibiotic-Free Beef and Chicken New menu additions further medical center's focus on healthier eating Available for logged-in reporters only Newswise — Patients, staff and...
2014/04/01 18:21
2014/04/01 18:21
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When Dr. Susan Love is giving a talk, some women might push Bono out of the way for a listen. A breast cancer research rock star, Love spoke about past, present and future science on breast cancer at...
2014/03/31 18:42
2014/03/31 18:42
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Huntington's disease is passed from parent to child through a mutation in the huntingtin gene. By killing brain cells called neurons, the progressive disorder gradually deprives patients of their...
2014/03/27 19:52
2014/03/27 19:52
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Steven Reinberg HealthDay Reporter Doctors now use the formula "220 minus age" to determine how hard patients should work out during exercise stress tests. Many people also use this formula to set...
2014/03/26 19:10
2014/03/26 19:10
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MedHub Inc., an Ann Arbor-based information technology company, has added seven academic medical center clients and will hire additional employees to support the contracts, CEO Peter Orr...
2014/03/26 14:31
2014/03/26 14:31
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SATURDAY, March 22, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- Colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death, but there are ways of reducing your risk. "Colorectal cancer is largely preventable with...
2014/03/25 16:17
2014/03/25 16:17
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Unique Use of Heart-Lung Machine Saves Heart Attack Victim at UCLA Emergency Room ECMO is normally reserved for transplant recipients, but quick-thinking hospital staff used it on James Manzi, who...
2014/03/24 21:17
2014/03/24 21:17
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MARLBOROUGH, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Advanced Cell Technology, Inc. ("ACT"; OTCBB: ACTC), a leader in the field of regenerative medicine, and its collaborators reported today that it has discovered a...
2014/03/24 03:29
2014/03/24 03:29
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A baby treated for HIV within hours of birth is free of the virus nearly a year later, in the second case that has raised hopes about early treatment, doctors have said. The approach mirrored that...
2014/04/17 20:54
2014/04/17 20:54
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