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Medical News Today
Hypertension in children, teens linked to poorer cognitive skills- are at increased risk of high blood pressure. According to study co-author D
Hypertension in children, teens linked to poorer cognitive skills
Medical News Today / Posted 7 hours ago
- are at increased risk of high blood pressure. According to study co-author Dr. Marc B. Lande, of the University of Rochester Medical Center in New York, and colleagues, previous research has shown that high blood pressure can interfere with... Read more
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FOX News
Suicide By Suffocation Increasing Among Us Youths, Study Saysattempt," said Dr. Eric Caine, director of the Injury Control Research Center f
Suicide By Suffocation Increasing Among Us Youths, Study Says
FOX News / Posted yesterday
attempt," said Dr. Eric Caine, director of the Injury Control Research Center for Suicide Prevention at the University of Rochester Medical Center in New York, who was not involved in the new report. By 2012, the rate of suicide by suffocation... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Obesity, high blood pressure could limit children’s cognitive skillsresearch. “This was not just random chance.” Dr. Marc B. Lande, a professor of
Obesity, high blood pressure could limit children’s cognitive skills
The Globe and Mail / Posted yesterday
research. “This was not just random chance.” Dr. Marc B. Lande, a professor of pediatric nephrology at the University of Rochester Medical Center, and his colleagues had children tested at four sites in three states, matching those with and... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Lawmakers slam DEA's 'hasty decision' to ban a pain-killing plantin kratom work. Other researchers have echoed similar concerns. Marc Swogger,
Lawmakers slam DEA's 'hasty decision' to ban a pain-killing plant
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 2 days ago
in kratom work. Other researchers have echoed similar concerns. Marc Swogger, a clinical psychologist at the University of Rochester Medical Center who has published research on kratom use, said in an interview earlier this month that "the research... Read more
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FOX News
Cancer Patients May Be Overly Optimistic About Early Drug Trial Participationto a patient," said Dr. Paul Barr, who leads the Clinical Trials Office at the
Cancer Patients May Be Overly Optimistic About Early Drug Trial Participation
FOX News / Posted 3 days ago
to a patient," said Dr. Paul Barr, who leads the Clinical Trials Office at the Wilmot Cancer Institute of the University of Rochester Medical Center in New York. He was not involved with the new study. More on this... Then, in phase 2 trials, more... Read more
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Newsmax
Cancer Patients too Optimistic About Early Drug Trialsto a patient," said Dr. Paul Barr, who leads the Clinical Trials Office at the
Cancer Patients too Optimistic About Early Drug Trials
Newsmax / Posted 3 days ago
to a patient," said Dr. Paul Barr, who leads the Clinical Trials Office at the Wilmot Cancer Institute of the University of Rochester Medical Center in New York. He was not involved with the new study. Then, in phase 2 trials, more people are given... Read more
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Knoxville News Sentinel
Pat Summitt Alzheimer’s Clinic hires medical director, to open at year’s endAmerica before getting a masters of public health degree and a doctorate in neu
Pat Summitt Alzheimer’s Clinic hires medical director, to open at year’s end
Knoxville News Sentinel / Posted 8 days ago
America before getting a masters of public health degree and a doctorate in neurobiology and anatomy from the University of Rochester Medical Center in Rochester, N.Y. There he completed a residency in neurology and a fellowship in behavioral... Read more
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American Cancer Society
Researchers Look for Ways to Improve Communication Between Cancer Patients and Doctorsin Advanced Cancer. Published online September 9, 2016 in JAMA Oncology. First
Researchers Look for Ways to Improve Communication Between Cancer Patients and Doctors
American Cancer Society / Posted 8 days ago
in Advanced Cancer. Published online September 9, 2016 in JAMA Oncology. First author Ronald M. Epstein, MD, University of Rochester Medical Center, Rochester, NY. ACS News Center stories are provided as a source of cancer-related news and are not... Read more
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News 10 NBC Rochester
URMC begins $18M study of prenatal inflammation and child healthSeptember 21, 2016 12:08 PM Researchers at the University of Rochester Medical
URMC begins $18M study of prenatal inflammation and child health
News 10 NBC Rochester / Posted 9 days ago
September 21, 2016 12:08 PM Researchers at the University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC) are embarking on a seven year mission to study one factor that may explain the link between prenatal inflammation and conditions such as stress in pregnant... Read more
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Houston Chronicle
The DEA wants to ban another plant. Researchers say the plan is 'insane.'kratom are often "in pain or addicted" to other drugs, said Marc Swogger, a cli
The DEA wants to ban another plant. Researchers say the plan is 'insane.'
Houston Chronicle / Posted 14 days ago
kratom are often "in pain or addicted" to other drugs, said Marc Swogger, a clinical psychologist at the University of Rochester Medical Center, who has published research on kratom use. "Those are two groups that need options for improving... Read more
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Greenwich Time
The DEA wants to ban another plant. Researchers say the plan is 'insane.'kratom are often "in pain or addicted" to other drugs, said Marc Swogger, a cli
The DEA wants to ban another plant. Researchers say the plan is 'insane.'
Greenwich Time / Posted 14 days ago
kratom are often "in pain or addicted" to other drugs, said Marc Swogger, a clinical psychologist at the University of Rochester Medical Center, who has published research on kratom use. "Those are two groups that need options for improving... Read more
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The News-Times
The DEA wants to ban another plant. Researchers say the plan is 'insane.'kratom are often "in pain or addicted" to other drugs, said Marc Swogger, a cli
The DEA wants to ban another plant. Researchers say the plan is 'insane.'
The News-Times / Posted 14 days ago
kratom are often "in pain or addicted" to other drugs, said Marc Swogger, a clinical psychologist at the University of Rochester Medical Center, who has published research on kratom use. "Those are two groups that need options for improving... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
The DEA wants to ban another plant. Researchers say the plan is 'insane.'kratom are often "in pain or addicted" to other drugs, said Marc Swogger, a cli
The DEA wants to ban another plant. Researchers say the plan is 'insane.'
Stamford Advocate / Posted 14 days ago
kratom are often "in pain or addicted" to other drugs, said Marc Swogger, a clinical psychologist at the University of Rochester Medical Center, who has published research on kratom use. "Those are two groups that need options for improving... Read more
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Connecticut Post
The DEA wants to ban another plant. Researchers say the plan is 'insane.'kratom are often "in pain or addicted" to other drugs, said Marc Swogger, a cli
The DEA wants to ban another plant. Researchers say the plan is 'insane.'
Connecticut Post / Posted 14 days ago
kratom are often "in pain or addicted" to other drugs, said Marc Swogger, a clinical psychologist at the University of Rochester Medical Center, who has published research on kratom use. "Those are two groups that need options for improving... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
The DEA wants to ban another plant. Researchers say the plan is 'insane.'kratom are often "in pain or addicted" to other drugs, said Marc Swogger, a cli
The DEA wants to ban another plant. Researchers say the plan is 'insane.'
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 14 days ago
kratom are often "in pain or addicted" to other drugs, said Marc Swogger, a clinical psychologist at the University of Rochester Medical Center, who has published research on kratom use. "Those are two groups that need options for improving... Read more
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Daily Record
In Our Towns: Events in Morris County, Sept. 11 editionKids/Safe Communities. The program will be led by Dr. Robert Cole, a clinical
In Our Towns: Events in Morris County, Sept. 11 edition
Daily Record / Posted 17 days ago
Kids/Safe Communities. The program will be led by Dr. Robert Cole, a clinical associate professor at the University of Rochester Medical Center School of Nursing and one of the nation’s leading experts on child fire safety. The event is... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Troubling gaps exist between oncologists and patients in having high-quality discussions, study showsprecious little dialogue that reaffirmed the human experience and the needs of
Troubling gaps exist between oncologists and patients in having high-quality discussions, study shows
News-Medical-Net / Posted 20 days ago
precious little dialogue that reaffirmed the human experience and the needs of patients. The next step is to make good communication the rule, not the exception, so that cancer patients' voices can be heard." University of Rochester Medical... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
New research could pave way for safe, effective treatment for muscular dystrophydystrophy patients have limited treatment options and a desperate need for effe
New research could pave way for safe, effective treatment for muscular dystrophy
News-Medical-Net / Posted 21 days ago
dystrophy patients have limited treatment options and a desperate need for effective therapies," said University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC) neurologist Robert Griggs, M.D., lead author of the study. "This study shows that deflazacort... Read more
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News 10 NBC Rochester
Study: Parents don't see need to vaccinate their kids
my husband, anybody in my family be exposed." Doctor Elizabeth Murray works in
Study: Parents don't see need to vaccinate their kids
News 10 NBC Rochester / Posted 1 months ago
my husband, anybody in my family be exposed." Doctor Elizabeth Murray works in Pediatric Medicine at the University of Rochester Medical Center and sat down with News10NBC to talk about a survey from the American Academy of Pediatrics which... Read more

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