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... 2013, measles killed 145,700 people, most of them children, according to the World Health Organization. That's despite the fact that the conventional injectable vaccine against the...
2014/11/26 07:08
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2014/11/24 18:08
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USF tied for fourth place worldwide with 5 Fellows named this year Five faculty members from the University of South Florida in Tampa have been named Fellows of the American Association for the...
2014/11/24 16:56
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Healthy bacteria that live in the intestine may help treat or prevent metabolic syndrome, according to a new study published in the journal Gastroenterology. As well as promoting the inflammation...
2014/11/23 21:56
2014/11/23 21:56
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... down from around 12,500 now. – Amos Maki105 UTHSC Students to Graduate Dec. 12 The University of Tennessee Health Science Center on Dec. 12 will graduate 105 health care...
2014/11/23 07:17
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... the top honors and a $3,000 individual scholarship for research on improving reproductive health through meiosis. Research on aortic-derived mesenchymal stem cells earned William Crugnola of...
2014/11/22 16:52
2014/11/22 16:52
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... was championed by Dr. Paul Harch, a hyperbaric medicine specialist at Louisiana State University. He reported that his patients were seeing improvements after getting treatments that...
2014/11/22 04:45
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Images) A Yemeni girl receives a polio vaccination during a polio immunization campaign at a health center in Sanaa, Yemen, Monday, Dec. 16, 2013. A three day anti-Polio immunization campaign...
2014/11/21 04:06
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... tobacco cessation programs, along with information on lung screenings and the negative health effects of using electronic cigarettes. Joshua Nguyen and Michael Colpoys, research...
2014/11/18 06:06
2014/11/18 06:06
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Col­lege of Georgia” to become just the name for the medical school and the university to become Georgia Health Sciences University the following year. In Jan­uary 2013, that university was...
2014/11/18 03:42
2014/11/18 03:42
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... randomized, sham-control trials. Researcher R. Scott Miller, M.D., of the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, Md., and colleagues report on the outcomes from one of...
2014/11/16 19:08
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... tumors, which are responsible for 50 percent of hysterectomies. Researchers at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, in collaboration with The University of Texas...
2014/11/16 05:17
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... said Alex K. Shalek, Hermann L.F. Von Helmholtz Career Development Assistant Professor of Health Sciences and Technology and Assistant Professor of Chemistry at MIT. “In our discussions with...
2014/11/15 11:50
2014/11/15 11:50
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... via Skype with Marshall Shepherd, a Weather Channel colleague and professor of atmospheric sciences at the University of Georgia, about the weather's role in the health of asthma sufferers....
2014/11/15 00:53
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... effects of oil, dispersed oil and dispersants on the Gulf of Mexico’s ecosystem and on public health. The groups were selected by the Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative to carry out research...
2014/11/14 20:04
2014/11/14 20:04
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... prevent some of the damaging effects of obesity and prevents weight gain. Researchers at the University of Georgia report in Pharmaceutical Research that chlorogenic acid, or CGA, significantly...
2014/11/12 05:05
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John Drake, an associate professor in the University of Georgia Odum School of Ecology, will use a five-year, $3.18 million grant to develop an early warning system that could help public health...
2014/11/11 16:46
2014/11/11 16:46
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ATHENS — A University of Georgia researcher has received a roughly $3 million federal grant to develop an early warning system that could help public health officers prepare for an infectious disease...
2014/11/11 06:06
2014/11/11 06:06
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MCG Health Inc. is asking for a 40-year-lease instead of a series of 10-year leases that is continually renewed. The lease length is to coincide with the length of refinancing about $48 million from a...
2014/11/11 03:05
2014/11/11 03:05
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Researchers at the University of Georgia have discovered that a chemical compound commonly found in coffee may help prevent some of the damaging effects of obesity. In a paper published recently in...
2014/11/10 18:26
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... conceived as a way of guarding against the overuse of the death penalty. In 1972, in Furman v. Georgia, the Supreme Court struck down the state’s death-penalty law, because it was “so wantonly...
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