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2015/04/16 07:48
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Penicillin emerged as the state-of-the-art remedy for all manner of infections, from burns to gunshot wounds to syphilis. It was termed a "miracle drug." It's hard for modern Americans to grasp how...
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2015/04/16 07:08
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UCLA researchers have found that 77 percent of California primary care and specialty physicians understand the basics of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act and 59 percent support it. The...
2015/04/16 05:06
2015/04/16 05:06
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From time to time, we’ve featured post from the informative Health Care Renewal blog on the appalling state of electronic medical records. Many readers have doubted its message, since the assumption...
2015/04/16 04:40
2015/04/16 04:40
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Study opens new possibilities for scientists to create genetic tests and future treatments for Exfoliation Syndrome Singapore — An international research collaboration led by Singaporean researchers...
2015/04/15 08:20
2015/04/15 08:20
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Too much of a sweet thing: Sugar affects our mind and body. Photo: Supplied A teaspoon of sugar helps the medicine go down, but 20-plus teaspoons and you'll probably need some medicine. A little...
2015/04/13 11:13
2015/04/13 11:13
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Millions of people died during World War II, but many soldiers survived thanks to an advance that had nothing to do with bombs and bullets. Penicillin emerged as the state-of-the-art remedy for all...
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2015/04/09 15:48
2015/04/09 15:48
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The researchers created a highly efficient automated tool that delivers nanoparticles, enzymes, antibodies, bacteria and other "large-sized" cargo into mammalian cells at the rate of 100,000 cells per...
2015/04/07 20:27
2015/04/07 20:27
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This combination of PET scans provided by UCLA on April 2, 2015 shows, from left, a normal brain scan, a suspected Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) subject, and a subject with Alzheimer's...
2015/04/06 20:12
2015/04/06 20:12
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Study: Brain scans may identify concussion-related disease-Image1 The Canadian Press, 2015 This combination of PET scans provided by UCLA on April 2, 2015 shows, from left, a normal brain scan,...
2015/04/06 15:43
2015/04/06 15:43
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To answer that question, researchers at the UCLA AIDS Institute and Center for AIDS Research and the Multicenter AIDS Cohort Study investigated whether the virus induces age-associated epigenetic...
2015/03/30 14:08
2015/03/30 14:08
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Most children with HIV who have low levels of a key immune cell eventually recover levels of this cell after they begin treatment, according to a new study conducted by researchers at UCLA and other...
2015/03/26 16:44
2015/03/26 16:44
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The researchers were funded by the National Institutes of Health. "We were pleased to find that the vast majority of children experience immune system recovery with effective therapy," said Dr. Paul...
2015/03/26 01:17
2015/03/26 01:17
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BEVERLY HILLS, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The Cardiovascular Research Foundation of Southern California (CVRF) - a non-profit charitable organization committed to supporting and conducting innovative...
2015/03/24 19:39
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Toby Munoz Jr. sits in a chair three times a week for up to five long hours at a time. "And it just drives me up the wall. I'm not a sit down person; I can barely make it through a movie at a...
2015/04/16 07:48
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