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It can be downright Sisyphean to get a teenager out of bed. Just like adults, they're often significantly sleep-deprived -- and the first period bell is doing them no favors. Adolescents have been...
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Researchers found evidence for a variety of wheat at a submerged archaeological site off the south coast of England, 2,000 years before the introduction of farming in the UK. The team argue that the...
2015/02/27 15:39
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Rejection hurts depressed people for long Rejected by someone you like? While that might work for many people, it may not be so easy for those with untreated depression, finds a new study. The pain...
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HIGH POINT, N.C. — Currently, only two thirds of Americans who are supposed to be getting screened for colorectal cancer are actually doing it. The prep, cost, invasiveness and time consumption...
2015/02/27 15:17
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SEATTLE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Gilead Sciences, Inc. (NASDAQ: GILD) ha anunciado los resultados detallados de 48 semanas de dos estudios de fase 3 (estudios 104 y 111) que evalúan su régimen de comprimido...
2015/02/27 14:01
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State education officials are still working on a partnership between GRU and University Hospital. We told you last month that GRU Health announced it was involved in an "exploratory discussion" with...
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2015/02/27 13:46
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SALT LAKE CITY — About two years ago, Stacy Davis-Stanford wheeled herself to the state Capitol to take part in a rally for Utah's uninsured. A group of people was building a paper chain with 150,000...
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Medical billing paperwork and insurance-related red tape cost the U.S. economy approximately $471 billion in 2012, 80 percent of which is waste due to the inefficiency of the nation’s complex,...
2015/02/27 10:08
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A new Viewpoint article in The Journal of the American Medical Association questions whether the notion of the community hospital as a sanctuary from violence may have become too quaint. The fatal...
2015/02/27 08:34
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The University’s public policy program will expand to include two new graduate dual-degree programs and a restructured undergraduate concentration, following the merger of the Taubman Center for...
2015/02/27 08:03
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The study - done by a second-year student at Stanford Medical School for a professor with an expertise in cost-benefit analyses - caused a major stir in the room where it was presented. The...
2015/02/27 06:57
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From left, UC San Francisco’s Dr. Dan Kelly, Dr. Charles Chiu and critical-care nurse Farrah Kashfipour were part of an Ebola town hall meeting Thursday. Two UC San Francisco doctors are helping to...
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Not Tuesday. We were at a stop sign. A minivan was approaching the intersection fairly slowly. I began to proceed because I knew it would stop at its stop sign. It didn’t, but slowed down further...
2015/02/27 05:38
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Faculty Council focused on Title IX procedures and problems in the School of Medicine in its meeting on Thursday. The council discussed the new Title IX procedures approved by the UM System Board of...
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SOUTH FORSYTH — A year ago, Alexandra Flemington was finishing up swim season and her final year of high school. Today, she is performing research at a major state university. Flemington, a 2014...
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Since his childhood days in northern Uganda, Geoffrey Orijabo wanted to be a nurse “because of the ignorance”. “I saw children and women dying because there were few health workers [and] they were...
2015/02/27 05:09
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On the list of “Places Where Things Happen at 10:30 p.m. on a Friday Night,” the second floor of the UGLi is somewhere at the bottom. For once, the scene is quiet. I speak in whispers to the friends I...
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Violence during the civil war in Guatemala from 1960 to 1996 resulted in the development of significant mental health problems and conditions for the county's people, according to a new...
2015/02/27 04:26
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The rapidly evolving medical scene proffers a roller coaster of practitioners with peculiar traits and skills amid emerging changes in their particular field of specialization. Despite skepticisms of...
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... reading' neurones help predict behaviour of others A new study on rhesus monkeys sheds light on co-operative behaviour.(Source: memerym /iStockphoto) Monkey studyScientists have discovered a...
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