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2015/04/18 05:00
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A doctor told Dominic Flores' parents to take two weeks to decide whether they wanted their son to undergo a bone marrow transplant. "My husband and I looked at each other and right there we said,...
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2015/04/17 20:22
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CHICAGO (AP) -- She was born to a young Chicago couple, named Jennifer, and grew into a beautiful long-lashed child with wavy dark hair, big brown eyes and a yearning, youthful desire to be just like...
2015/04/16 11:42
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New findings about the flavorings used in e-cigarettes continue to raise questions about the safety of currently used products and what kinds of regulation might be appropriate to apply to the...
2015/04/13 14:39
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For many researchers in the life sciences, Big Data is not just a buzz word—it's the daily reality for carrying out their work in areas like genomics, which is expected to equal if not surpass the...
2015/04/11 02:13
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Raising a child takes an extraordinary amount of time, patience, love and giving. Bringing children into this world is a big commitment and a full-time job. Noelle Leavitt Riley — Newspaper...
2015/04/10 21:09
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Word has just come from Express Scripts, the big pharmacy benefit manager, that per capita drug spending in the U.S. increased more than 6 percent last year. When high prices for specialty drugs like...
2015/04/09 16:44
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By Dennis ThompsonHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Nearly one out of 10 veterans in Connecticut younger than 65 have chosen someone who is not part of their immediate family as their next of...
2015/04/08 19:49
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More than 120 medical librarians throughout the Mid-Atlantic and southeastern United States are busy ordering the most current medical databases, journals and books, to supply their hospitals and...
2015/04/08 17:26
2015/04/08 17:26
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Story last updated at 4/8/2015 - 12:44 pm Native Voices traveling exhibit comes to Juneau The Alaska State Library & Historical Collections will host the traveling exhibit Native Voices: Native...
2015/04/08 16:27
2015/04/08 16:27
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Donald Lindberg, the outgoing director of the National Institutes of Health National Library of Medicine, had a hand in making these resources widely available. Since he joined the NLM in 1984, he saw...
2015/04/07 17:26
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AN antibiotic-resistant superbug is making its way back to and spreading through the United States that causes severe diarrhea in nearly half a million people nationwide each year. The Centers for...
2015/04/05 22:15
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... Images/Vetta Vampire Syndrome: Vitamin D generally makes humans happy, but not all of us. In fact, 1 in 1 million can’t handle the sun’s rays. Those with Vampire syndrome must...
2015/04/03 16:45
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Clara Barton (born 1821, and died 1912) is best known for being the founder of the American Red Cross. She also played a major role in caring for soldiers during the Civil War, where she nursed...
2015/04/03 08:20
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Germanwings: Daily Mail says Andreas Lubitz was killed by anti-depressants Andreas Lubitz: a look at the Germanwings co-pilot in today’s tabloids. Daily Star Page 14: ” Killer Pilot Looked for...
2015/04/02 15:08
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A baby in Alabama was born without a nose and the photos of the baby and story are now going viral. Eli Thompson was born with no nose due to a rare malformation that affects one in 197 million...
2015/03/23 12:33
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When Dr. Donald Lindberg moved to Montgomery County to run the National Library of Medicine in Bethesda, he said he did not come to change things. But after 30 years on the job, there have been many,...
2015/03/23 03:54
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Students in history professor Nicole Barnes' Chinese Medicine Freshman Seminar traveled to the National Library of Medicine in Washington, D.C. Friday to make use of original documents in their...
2015/03/19 12:22
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When Dr. Donald Lindberg moved to Montgomery County to run the National Library of Medicine in Bethesda he said he did not come to change things. But after 30 years on the job, there have been many,...
2015/04/18 05:00
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