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Boston Globe
Majority of merit scholarship money at UMass Amherst goes to out of state studentsUMass Lowell and UMass Dartmouth also awarded millions of dollars in merit scho
Majority of merit scholarship money at UMass Amherst goes to out of state students
Boston Globe / Posted 20 minutes ago
UMass Lowell and UMass Dartmouth also awarded millions of dollars in merit scholarship money to out of staters. The UMass Medical School, in Worcester, which historically served only Massachusetts residents, began accepting out-of-state students... Read more
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Daily Princetonian
Panel covers pertinent issues facing healthcare, reforms to the systemshe said. Frederick Lepore ‘71, professor of neurology and ophthalmology at Ru
Panel covers pertinent issues facing healthcare, reforms to the system
Daily Princetonian / Posted 2 hours ago
she said. Frederick Lepore ‘71, professor of neurology and ophthalmology at Rutgers University and the Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, focused on the “supply side” of the issue. Firstly, he explained, tuition for medical students is... Read more
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Boston Globe
Majority of merit scholarship money at UMass Amherst goes to out of state studentsUMass Lowell and UMass Dartmouth also awarded millions of dollars in merit scho
Majority of merit scholarship money at UMass Amherst goes to out of state students
Boston Globe / Posted 3 hours ago
UMass Lowell and UMass Dartmouth also awarded millions of dollars in merit scholarship money to out of staters. The UMass Medical School, in Worcester, which historically served only Massachusetts residents, began accepting out-of-state students... Read more
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TribLIVE
Chronic lack of sleep connected to more depression in young, healthy women, study findsmood, which, in turn, worsens sleep, was not surprising,” said lead author Davi
Chronic lack of sleep connected to more depression in young, healthy women, study finds
TribLIVE / Posted 3 hours ago
mood, which, in turn, worsens sleep, was not surprising,” said lead author David A. Kalmbach of the University of Michigan Medical School in Ann Arbor. More noteworthy, he added, is that these relationships were evident in healthy, young women,... Read more
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Naples Daily News
Country doctor embodies Greatest Generationto add to their problems by asking how they would pay the bill." They both are
Country doctor embodies Greatest Generation
Naples Daily News / Posted 6 hours ago
to add to their problems by asking how they would pay the bill." They both are from Oklahoma. They met when Payton was in medical school at the University of Oklahoma and a bad tooth sent him to a dentist. She was the dental assistant. They wound... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Dr. Michele T. Cerino, retired vascular surgeon, diesa homemaker, Michele Thomas Cerino was born and raised in Pisa, Italy. He gradu
Dr. Michele T. Cerino, retired vascular surgeon, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 8 hours ago
a homemaker, Michele Thomas Cerino was born and raised in Pisa, Italy. He graduated in 1955 from the University of Pisa Medical School. From 1955 to 1956, he completed an internship in surgery at the Hospital for Joint Diseases in New York... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Trial results underestimate anticoagulant bleeding riskunlikely to reflect the reality of clinical practice. Researcher Shirley Wang
Trial results underestimate anticoagulant bleeding risk
News-Medical-Net / Posted 13 hours ago
unlikely to reflect the reality of clinical practice. Researcher Shirley Wang (Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts, USA) and team say that the restricted population recruited to clinical trials probably... Read more
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Times of Malta
Harvard consultants to advise on Gozo hospitalcapacity to 450 beds, up from the 291 it currently has. Of those, 100 would be
Harvard consultants to advise on Gozo hospital
Times of Malta / Posted 13 hours ago
capacity to 450 beds, up from the 291 it currently has. Of those, 100 would be dedicated to medical tourists. The hospital will also include a campus run by the UK-based Barts medical school, as well as a simulation centre for use in medical traini... Read more
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The Oklahoman
A possible benefit of going to church: a chance of living longerPerhaps self-discipline, a sense of meaning or purpose in life — it's not just
A possible benefit of going to church: a chance of living longer
The Oklahoman / Posted 13 hours ago
Perhaps self-discipline, a sense of meaning or purpose in life — it's not just one pathway.” Richard Sloan, a Columbia medical school professor who has expressed skepticism of similar studies in the past, said these latest results should not... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
UTHealth's Mobile Stroke Unit fights stroke through research, technology and patient carestroke prevention and treatment. An international team of researchers, led by
UTHealth's Mobile Stroke Unit fights stroke through research, technology and patient care
News-Medical-Net / Posted 14 hours ago
stroke prevention and treatment. An international team of researchers, led by Clay Johnston, M.D., Ph.D., dean of the Dell Medical School at UT Austin, released a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine, which did not find that the... Read more
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FOX News
4 things that could cut the cancer death rate in halfin the U.S. has changed dramatically,” said lead author Dr. Mingyang Song, of t
4 things that could cut the cancer death rate in half
FOX News / Posted 16 hours ago
in the U.S. has changed dramatically,” said lead author Dr. Mingyang Song, of the Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, and Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in Boston. “We want to provide an updated picture.” But there... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Are you eating your way to high blood pressure?blood sugar soars more quickly as a result. The team behind the study, from th
Are you eating your way to high blood pressure?
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 18 hours ago
blood sugar soars more quickly as a result. The team behind the study, from the Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School in Boston, Massachusetts, said high-GI meals had been associated with dysfunction of cells in the body,... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Cortlandt, Buchanan, Croton
Hendrick Hudson New Visions Health Student Earns Nursing Scholarshipaccording to a statement from New Visions Health. According to the statement,
Hendrick Hudson New Visions Health Student Earns Nursing Scholarship
The Daily Voice - Cortlandt, Buchanan, Croton / Posted 19 hours ago
according to a statement from New Visions Health. According to the statement, many of the program's students go on to medical school, study nursing or pursue other careers in health care. McMurrin, who plans to study nursing at Adelphi... Read more
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The Hendersonville Times-News
Volunteers bike to WNC, install a roofhousing before I got interested in this trip,” said Carrie Zimmerman, 23, a New
Volunteers bike to WNC, install a roof
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted 19 hours ago
housing before I got interested in this trip,” said Carrie Zimmerman, 23, a New York City resident who is entering medical school in the fall. “I became really interested in the connection between home health and health.” Most of the 19-... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Chronic sleep deprivation tied to more depression for young womenmood, which, in turn, worsens sleep was not surprising,” said lead author David
Chronic sleep deprivation tied to more depression for young women
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 21 hours ago
mood, which, in turn, worsens sleep was not surprising,” said lead author David A. Kalmbach of the University of Michigan Medical School in Ann Arbor. More noteworthy, he added, was that these relationships were evident in healthy, young women,... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
H.S. track: Ridgefield Park's Joseph Kim soars to pole valut gold in the North 2, Group 2 championships."I’m glad I switched over." Ogedegbe comes from a family of doctors. His fathe
H.S. track: Ridgefield Park's Joseph Kim soars to pole valut gold in the North 2, Group 2 championships.
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 21 hours ago
"I’m glad I switched over." Ogedegbe comes from a family of doctors. His father is a professor at the New York University medical school and his mother is a doctor at the Hackensack University Medical Center emergency room. A 16-year-old junior,... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Corrected: US sees first case of bacteria resistant to last-resort antibiotica hospital environment if it is not well contained," said Dr. Gail Cassell, a m
Corrected: US sees first case of bacteria resistant to last-resort antibiotic
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 23 hours ago
a hospital environment if it is not well contained," said Dr. Gail Cassell, a microbiologist and senior lecturer at Harvard Medical School. But she said the potential speed of its spread will not be known until more is learned about how the... Read more
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Parkersburg News and Sentinel
Gala raises money for cemeteryat the age of 47. Alleman coached football at Spencer High School and basketbal
Gala raises money for cemetery
Parkersburg News and Sentinel / Posted 23 hours ago
at the age of 47. Alleman coached football at Spencer High School and basketball at Morgantown High School before entering medical school, Meharg said. "He was a generous man," she said. The contact people for all three families are the... Read more
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Kenosha News
Christian Life High School graduates Class of 2016around you.” He plans to attend the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater in the
Christian Life High School graduates Class of 2016
Kenosha News / Posted 23 hours ago
around you.” He plans to attend the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater in the fall and study psychology before attending medical school. “I want to help people as psychiatrist,” he said. Salutatorian Yosep Lee, 18, said he hopes to become a... Read more
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WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans
Vigils held for two women who were victims of violencegraduate was shot and killed inside her car in the 3700 block of Clio Street. F
Vigils held for two women who were victims of violence
WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans / Posted 23 hours ago
graduate was shot and killed inside her car in the 3700 block of Clio Street. Family members say she had plans to go to medical school. “I think that it’s very important that these vigils take place. It brings us back as a reminder to the... Read more
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Daily Mail
DR MAX THE MIND DOCTOR: Gastric bands can be mental tortureyour time with this, but, well, he can’t bear to look at it. ‘Would you talk t
DR MAX THE MIND DOCTOR: Gastric bands can be mental torture
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
your time with this, but, well, he can’t bear to look at it. ‘Would you talk to him please, doctor?’ I swallowed hard. At medical school we were taught all manner of things about cancer — but how illnesses affect not only the patient but also... Read more
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Kincardine News
New medical officer of health seeks innovationto making a difference at the ground level, after years spent in the halls of a
New medical officer of health seeks innovation
Kincardine News / Posted yesterday
to making a difference at the ground level, after years spent in the halls of academia. She spent five extra years after medical school studying public health and preventive medicine and became a fellow a the Royal College of Physicians of Canada... Read more
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Boston Herald
Markey calls for investigation of OxyContin’s manufacturerprescription opioids, said that in his experience teaching physicians around th
Markey calls for investigation of OxyContin’s manufacturer
Boston Herald / Posted yesterday
prescription opioids, said that in his experience teaching physicians around the nation, many doctors have forgotten their medical school training about how opioids work in individuals. “I don’t think the average doctor would recall the difference... Read more
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Philly.com
130 people in Philly compete to be 'American Ninja Warrior'is to cookies. He wants, wants, wants. "I'm a rock climber," Shoemaker, 39, s
130 people in Philly compete to be 'American Ninja Warrior'
Philly.com / Posted yesterday
is to cookies. He wants, wants, wants. "I'm a rock climber," Shoemaker, 39, said as if this explained it all. The Temple Medical School alumnus admits he chose his career because it's exciting: He's an emergency room doctor. Last year he made it... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Growing Boca biotech company fills a nicheon to bigger and better things. I look at that as a compliment." In the past f
Growing Boca biotech company fills a niche
Sun-Sentinel / Posted yesterday
on to bigger and better things. I look at that as a compliment." In the past five years, KRS has had two technicians go to medical school, two go to pharmacy school and one to dental school, he said. Wearing the requisite white clean-room suits,... Read more
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Owen Sound Sun Times
New medical officer of health seeks innovationto making a difference at the ground level, after years spent in the halls of a
New medical officer of health seeks innovation
Owen Sound Sun Times / Posted yesterday
to making a difference at the ground level, after years spent in the halls of academia. She spent five extra years after medical school studying public health and preventive medicine and became a fellow a the Royal College of Physicians of Canada... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Chronic sleep deprivation tied to more depression for young womenmood, which, in turn, worsens sleep was not surprising,” said lead author David
Chronic sleep deprivation tied to more depression for young women
Channel NewsAsia / Posted yesterday
mood, which, in turn, worsens sleep was not surprising,” said lead author David A. Kalmbach of the University of Michigan Medical School in Ann Arbor. More noteworthy, he added, was that these relationships were evident in healthy, young women,... Read more
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WCNC Charlotte
'A very elegant theory': Harvard researchers unveil new Alzheimer's theoryin response to bacteria or other pathogens, according to the paper’s authors, R
'A very elegant theory': Harvard researchers unveil new Alzheimer's theory
WCNC Charlotte / Posted yesterday
in response to bacteria or other pathogens, according to the paper’s authors, Rudy Tanzi and Robert Moir, both of Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital. Amyloid “lights the fire,” said Tanzi, whose work has been supported by a... Read more
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KCEN-TV
Harvard researchers unveil new Alzheimer's theoryin response to bacteria or other pathogens, according to the paper’s authors, R
Harvard researchers unveil new Alzheimer's theory
KCEN-TV / Posted yesterday
in response to bacteria or other pathogens, according to the paper’s authors, Rudy Tanzi and Robert Moir, both of Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital. Amyloid “lights the fire,” said Tanzi, whose work has been supported by a... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Low-sodium diets don’t benefit health? A closer look at the maddening debate over saltsodium consumption. Mente said that this method is accurate. But Dr. Elliott A
Low-sodium diets don’t benefit health? A closer look at the maddening debate over salt
The Globe and Mail / Posted yesterday
sodium consumption. Mente said that this method is accurate. But Dr. Elliott Antman, professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School, said using a spot urine test is an extremely unreliable way to estimate an individual’s overall sodium... Read more
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WCNC Charlotte
Harvard researchers unveil new Alzheimer's theoryin response to bacteria or other pathogens, according to the paper’s authors, R
Harvard researchers unveil new Alzheimer's theory
WCNC Charlotte / Posted yesterday
in response to bacteria or other pathogens, according to the paper’s authors, Rudy Tanzi and Robert Moir, both of Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital. Amyloid “lights the fire,” said Tanzi, whose work has been supported by a... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
University: Donated bodies wrongly buried in potter's fieldthe Times. Mel Rosenfeld, the senior associate dean for medical education at N
University: Donated bodies wrongly buried in potter's field
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted yesterday
the Times. Mel Rosenfeld, the senior associate dean for medical education at NYU, said the practice ended in 2013 when the medical school instituted "major changes to our disposition practices for donor remains." Now, all donated cadavers are... Read more
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Naples Daily News
Harvard researchers unveil new Alzheimer's theoryin response to bacteria or other pathogens, according to the paper’s authors, R
Harvard researchers unveil new Alzheimer's theory
Naples Daily News / Posted yesterday
in response to bacteria or other pathogens, according to the paper’s authors, Rudy Tanzi and Robert Moir, both of Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital. Amyloid “lights the fire,” said Tanzi, whose work has been supported by a... Read more
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FOX News
University: Donated bodies wrongly buried in potter's fieldon this... Mel Rosenfeld, the senior associate dean for medical education at N
University: Donated bodies wrongly buried in potter's field
FOX News / Posted yesterday
on this... Mel Rosenfeld, the senior associate dean for medical education at NYU, said the practice ended in 2013 when the medical school instituted "major changes to our disposition practices for donor remains." Now, all donated cadavers are... Read more
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Corpus Christi Caller-Times
Harvard researchers unveil new Alzheimer's theoryin response to bacteria or other pathogens, according to the paper’s authors, R
Harvard researchers unveil new Alzheimer's theory
Corpus Christi Caller-Times / Posted yesterday
in response to bacteria or other pathogens, according to the paper’s authors, Rudy Tanzi and Robert Moir, both of Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital. Amyloid “lights the fire,” said Tanzi, whose work has been supported by a... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Scientists debate role of AAV in causing hepatocellular carcinomaIsaac Haidak Professor of Medical Education and Dean, Provost, and Executive De
Scientists debate role of AAV in causing hepatocellular carcinoma
News-Medical-Net / Posted yesterday
Isaac Haidak Professor of Medical Education and Dean, Provost, and Executive Deputy Chancellor, University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester, MA. "It is crucial that scientists can engage in such vigorous debates, which in turn generate... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Doctors Without Borders president's battle for safety of war zone hospitals‘This is it – I’m going to go into medicine.’” Her professional choices from t
Doctors Without Borders president's battle for safety of war zone hospitals
The Globe and Mail / Posted yesterday
‘This is it – I’m going to go into medicine.’” Her professional choices from that point on were remarkably disciplined. In medical school at McGill University, she specialized in pediatrics, realizing children in developing countries would always... Read more
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Darien News-Review
Age is no limit for surgeon pursuing MBA and new careergold honor society pin. Iona officials think the pediatric surgeon from Harris
Age is no limit for surgeon pursuing MBA and new career
Darien News-Review / Posted yesterday
gold honor society pin. Iona officials think the pediatric surgeon from Harrison, N.Y. — Princeton Class of 1957, Harvard Medical School Class of 1961, Iona MBA Class of 2016 — is the school’s oldest graduate student. How old is that? You’ll have... Read more
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FOX News
New campaign helps at-risk families test for celiac disease“I live a completely gluten-free lifestyle.” Now 26, Master said his diagnosis
New campaign helps at-risk families test for celiac disease
FOX News / Posted yesterday
“I live a completely gluten-free lifestyle.” Now 26, Master said his diagnosis inspired him to change his eating habits and pursue a career in gastroenterology. He will graduate this spring from medical school and continues to work with th... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Age is no limit for surgeon pursuing MBA and new careergold honor society pin. Iona officials think the pediatric surgeon from Harris
Age is no limit for surgeon pursuing MBA and new career
Stamford Advocate / Posted yesterday
gold honor society pin. Iona officials think the pediatric surgeon from Harrison, N.Y. — Princeton Class of 1957, Harvard Medical School Class of 1961, Iona MBA Class of 2016 — is the school’s oldest graduate student. How old is that? You’ll have... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Age is no limit for surgeon pursuing MBA and new careergold honor society pin. Iona officials think the pediatric surgeon from Harris
Age is no limit for surgeon pursuing MBA and new career
Connecticut Post / Posted yesterday
gold honor society pin. Iona officials think the pediatric surgeon from Harrison, N.Y. — Princeton Class of 1957, Harvard Medical School Class of 1961, Iona MBA Class of 2016 — is the school’s oldest graduate student. How old is that? You’ll have... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
US uncovers first case of bacteria resistant to all antibioticsa hospital environment if it is not well contained,” said Dr. Gail Cassell, a m
US uncovers first case of bacteria resistant to all antibiotics
Manila Bulletin / Posted yesterday
a hospital environment if it is not well contained,” said Dr. Gail Cassell, a microbiologist and senior lecturer at Harvard Medical School. But she said the potential speed of its spread will not be known until more is learned about how the... Read more
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The San Angelo Standard-Times
Harvard researchers unveil new Alzheimer's theoryin response to bacteria or other pathogens, according to the paper’s authors, R
Harvard researchers unveil new Alzheimer's theory
The San Angelo Standard-Times / Posted yesterday
in response to bacteria or other pathogens, according to the paper’s authors, Rudy Tanzi and Robert Moir, both of Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital. Amyloid “lights the fire,” said Tanzi, whose work has been supported by a... Read more
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WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans
'A very elegant theory': Harvard researchers unveil new Alzheimer's theoryin response to bacteria or other pathogens, according to the paper’s authors, R
'A very elegant theory': Harvard researchers unveil new Alzheimer's theory
WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans / Posted yesterday
in response to bacteria or other pathogens, according to the paper’s authors, Rudy Tanzi and Robert Moir, both of Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital. Amyloid “lights the fire,” said Tanzi, whose work has been supported by a... Read more
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Ventura County Star
Harvard researchers unveil new Alzheimer's theory | Videoin response to bacteria or other pathogens, according to the paper’s authors, R
Harvard researchers unveil new Alzheimer's theory | Video
Ventura County Star / Posted yesterday
in response to bacteria or other pathogens, according to the paper’s authors, Rudy Tanzi and Robert Moir, both of Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital. Amyloid “lights the fire,” said Tanzi, whose work has been supported by a... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
Harvard researchers unveil new Alzheimer's theoryin response to bacteria or other pathogens, according to the paper’s authors, R
Harvard researchers unveil new Alzheimer's theory
The Record Searchlight / Posted yesterday
in response to bacteria or other pathogens, according to the paper’s authors, Rudy Tanzi and Robert Moir, both of Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital. Amyloid “lights the fire,” said Tanzi, whose work has been supported by a... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
UCF predicts student body will rise close to 68,000to the report. Enrollment projections include undergraduates, graduate student
UCF predicts student body will rise close to 68,000
Orlando Sentinel / Posted yesterday
to the report. Enrollment projections include undergraduates, graduate students, online students as well as those in medical school or high schoolers taking dual enrollment at all the UCF campuses, not just the main one. UCF anticipates... Read more
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FOX 8 WGHP
Sleep Health: Sleep and Your HeartDr. Young is a diplomat of the American Board of Sleep Medicine. He is a 1974 g
Sleep Health: Sleep and Your Heart
FOX 8 WGHP / Posted yesterday
Dr. Young is a diplomat of the American Board of Sleep Medicine. He is a 1974 graduate of the University of Virginia Medical School. Dr. Young completed his residency at Medical University of South Carolina and his fellowship at University of... Read more
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Slate
We Should Not Divert Funds From Ebola to Pay for Zika. Ebola’s Still a Threat.from the past—for example, it was the epidemics of yellow fever and bubonic pla
We Should Not Divert Funds From Ebola to Pay for Zika. Ebola’s Still a Threat.
Slate / Posted yesterday
from the past—for example, it was the epidemics of yellow fever and bubonic plague that prompted the creation of the first medical school in French West Africa in 1918, as I show in Pharmacy in Senegal. While the colonial “medical mission” was not... Read more
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WLTX-TV Columbia
'A very elegant theory': Harvard researchers unveil new Alzheimer's theoryin response to bacteria or other pathogens, according to the paper’s authors, R
'A very elegant theory': Harvard researchers unveil new Alzheimer's theory
WLTX-TV Columbia / Posted yesterday
in response to bacteria or other pathogens, according to the paper’s authors, Rudy Tanzi and Robert Moir, both of Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts General Hospital. Amyloid “lights the fire,” said Tanzi, whose work has been supported by a... Read more
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