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News-Medical-Net
Mary Naylor named recipient of GSA's Doris Schwartz Gerontological Nursing Research AwardThe Gerontological Society of America (GSA) -- the nation's largest interdiscip
Mary Naylor named recipient of GSA's Doris Schwartz Gerontological Nursing Research Award
News-Medical-Net / Posted 2 minutes ago
The Gerontological Society of America (GSA) -- the nation's largest interdisciplinary organization devoted to the field of aging -- has chosen Mary Naylor, PhD, RN, FAAN, of the University of Pennsylvania as the 2015 recipient of the Doris Schwartz... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The worst time to eat is a matter of debateNight time eating can make a difference, research says. Loath as you may be to
The worst time to eat is a matter of debate
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 13 hours ago
Night time eating can make a difference, research says. Loath as you may be to admit it, chances are that at some point you have found yourself in the kitchen late at night, devouring some sweet, salty or carb-rich treat even though you weren't... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Use of observation stays may lead to financial burden for some Medicare patientsIn the midst of a growing trend for Medicare patients to receive observation ca
Use of observation stays may lead to financial burden for some Medicare patients
News-Medical-Net / Posted yesterday
In the midst of a growing trend for Medicare patients to receive observation care in the hospital to determine if they should be formally admitted, a new study from researchers at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania... Read more
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Canberra Times
The worst time to eat is a matter of debateNight time eating can make a difference, research says. Loath as you may be to
The worst time to eat is a matter of debate
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
Night time eating can make a difference, research says. Loath as you may be to admit it, chances are that at some point you have found yourself in the kitchen late at night, devouring some sweet, salty or carb-rich treat even though you weren't... Read more
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Brisbane Times
The worst time to eat is a matter of debateNight time eating can make a difference, research says. Loath as you may be to
The worst time to eat is a matter of debate
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
Night time eating can make a difference, research says. Loath as you may be to admit it, chances are that at some point you have found yourself in the kitchen late at night, devouring some sweet, salty or carb-rich treat even though you weren't... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
The worst time to eat is a matter of debateNight time eating can make a difference, research says. Loath as you may be to
The worst time to eat is a matter of debate
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
Night time eating can make a difference, research says. Loath as you may be to admit it, chances are that at some point you have found yourself in the kitchen late at night, devouring some sweet, salty or carb-rich treat even though you weren't... Read more
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WA Today
The worst time to eat is a matter of debateNight time eating can make a difference, research says. Loath as you may be to
The worst time to eat is a matter of debate
WA Today / Posted yesterday
Night time eating can make a difference, research says. Loath as you may be to admit it, chances are that at some point you have found yourself in the kitchen late at night, devouring some sweet, salty or carb-rich treat even though you weren't... Read more
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The Age
The worst time to eat is a matter of debateNight time eating can make a difference, research says. Loath as you may be to
The worst time to eat is a matter of debate
The Age / Posted yesterday
Night time eating can make a difference, research says. Loath as you may be to admit it, chances are that at some point you have found yourself in the kitchen late at night, devouring some sweet, salty or carb-rich treat even though you weren't... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
When is the worst time to eat?Studies suggest that eating out of our normal rhythm, like late at night, may p
When is the worst time to eat?
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 2 days ago
Studies suggest that eating out of our normal rhythm, like late at night, may prompt weight gain. Photo / iStock. Loath as you may be to admit it, chances are that at some point you have found yourself in the kitchen late at night, devouring some... Read more
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Washington Post
Why eating late at night may be particularly bad for you and your dietLoath as you may be to admit it, chances are that at some point you have found
Why eating late at night may be particularly bad for you and your diet
Washington Post / Posted 3 days ago
Loath as you may be to admit it, chances are that at some point you have found yourself in the kitchen late at night, devouring some sweet, salty or carb-rich treat even though you weren’t hungry. Scientists are getting closer to understanding why... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Lawn green with envy? The ‘doctor’ must be inDear Otus, I'm so distraught, I don't know what to do. I want desperately to b
Lawn green with envy? The ‘doctor’ must be in
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 6 days ago
Dear Otus, I'm so distraught, I don't know what to do. I want desperately to be a good citizen and neighbor, but I'm now afraid to go out of my house. My yard is apparently so awful after this long, dry summer that it's come to the attention of the... Read more
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Kansas City InfoZine
FTC Awards $25,000 for Mobile App That Blocks Illegal Robocalls, Video Judges for the Federal Trade Commission's Robocalls: Humanity Strikes Back co
FTC Awards $25,000 for Mobile App That Blocks Illegal Robocalls, Video
Kansas City InfoZine / Posted 10 days ago
Judges for the Federal Trade Commission's Robocalls: Humanity Strikes Back contest selected a first place winner for the $25,000 cash prize for building a mobile app that blocks... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Reducing amyloid fibril levels in semen may help reduce transmission of HIVThere may be two new ways to fight AIDS -- using a heat shock protein or a smal
Reducing amyloid fibril levels in semen may help reduce transmission of HIV
News-Medical-Net / Posted 10 days ago
There may be two new ways to fight AIDS -- using a heat shock protein or a small molecule - to attack fibrils in semen associated with the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) during the initial phases of infection, according to new research from the... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Molecular tweezer blocks HIV, breaks up proteins in semen that boost infectionAn unprecedented potential "molecular tweezer" called CLR01, reported in the jo
Molecular tweezer blocks HIV, breaks up proteins in semen that boost infection
News-Medical-Net / Posted 10 days ago
An unprecedented potential "molecular tweezer" called CLR01, reported in the journal eLife, not only blocks HIV and other sexually transmitted viruses, but also breaks up proteins in semen that boost infection. Semen is the main vector for sexual... Read more
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New Kerala
Molecule that targets HIV in semen to prevent infection A tweezer shaped molecule that targets the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)
Molecule that targets HIV in semen to prevent infection
New Kerala / Posted 10 days ago
A tweezer shaped molecule that targets the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) in semen can help prevent HIV infection and other sexually transmitted viral diseases, new research has found. The... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Penn experts find that health insurance websites assist patients in choosing health insurance plansWebsites for national and state health insurance marketplaces show evidence of
Penn experts find that health insurance websites assist patients in choosing health insurance plans
News-Medical-Net / Posted 10 days ago
Websites for national and state health insurance marketplaces show evidence of improved efforts to assist patients in choosing health insurance plans, such as providing decision support tools, experts from the Perelman School of Medicine at the... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
When it comes to custody battles, it’s now about the dogWhen couples split, custody is one of the hardest issues they have to resolve.
When it comes to custody battles, it’s now about the dog
The Globe and Mail / Posted 14 days ago
When couples split, custody is one of the hardest issues they have to resolve. And that goes for dogs and other furry family members as much as for children. Formosa Hsu and her ex-partner Joseph, who did not have kids, spent years in mediation to... Read more
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Newswise
Expert Available to Speak About Later School Start Times Available for logged-in reporters only Dr. Susan Malone holds a PhD from the
Expert Available to Speak About Later School Start Times
Newswise / Posted 15 days ago
Available for logged-in reporters only Dr. Susan Malone holds a PhD from the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing and is a post-doctoral fellow focused on sleep research at the... Read more
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Philly.com
James Schaller, Phila. Ob/GynJames A. Schaller, 83, of Merion, a Philadelphia obstetrician-gynecologist for
James Schaller, Phila. Ob/Gyn
Philly.com / Posted 15 days ago
James A. Schaller, 83, of Merion, a Philadelphia obstetrician-gynecologist for 40 years, died Saturday, Aug. 8, of pancreatic cancer at Neighborhood Hospice in West Chester. Dr. Schaller was the 10th of 11 children born to Frank X. and Anna M.... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Forget kids, in divorce and custody battles it's now about the DOGFormosa Hsu and her ex-partner Joseph, who did not have kids, spent years in me
Forget kids, in divorce and custody battles it's now about the DOG
Daily Mirror / Posted 15 days ago
Formosa Hsu and her ex-partner Joseph, who did not have kids, spent years in mediation to decide how to split the time of their little beagle mix Pupineya, whom they had adopted when he was 3 months old. For Joseph, a 33-year-old software engineer,... Read more
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Reuters
In divorce and custody battles, now it's about the dogMiss P, a 15-inch Beagle who won ''Best in Show'', is run during the final judg
In divorce and custody battles, now it's about the dog
Reuters / Posted 15 days ago
Miss P, a 15-inch Beagle who won ''Best in Show'', is run during the final judging at the139th Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show at Madison Square Garden in the Manhattan borough of New York February 17, 2015. NEW YORK, August 12 When couples split,... Read more
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FOX News
Why you have bad breath— and how to get rid of itBad breath stinks, but what can you actually do about it? Chew some gum? Suck o
Why you have bad breath— and how to get rid of it
FOX News / Posted 19 days ago
Bad breath stinks, but what can you actually do about it? Chew some gum? Suck on a mint? These strategies offer some benefit, but they’re short lasting. You need a complete strategy. So let’s start with the root cause of bad breath: volatile sulfur... Read more
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The Evening Sun
Pa. poultry at risk of avian flu from migrating ducks & geeseHARRISBURG >> The danger of spreading avian influenza to Pennsylvania is
Pa. poultry at risk of avian flu from migrating ducks & geese
The Evening Sun / Posted 20 days ago
HARRISBURG >> The danger of spreading avian influenza to Pennsylvania is increasing this month with the start of fall migration. The highly pathogenic virus, carried by waterfowl and deadly to poultry, is at Pennsylvania's doorstep, according... Read more
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Philly.com
Hazmat crews respond to spill at University of PennsylvaniaPHILADELPHIA (AP) - Hazardous material teams determined there was nothing to fe
Hazmat crews respond to spill at University of Pennsylvania
Philly.com / Posted 22 days ago
PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Hazardous material teams determined there was nothing to fear at the University of Pennsylvania School of Dentistry. A cleaning crew reported a bio-hazard spill just before 2:00 a.m. Thursday inside a laboratory at the Robert... Read more
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WFMJ Youngstown
Hazmat crews respond to spill at University of PennsylvaniaPHILADELPHIA (AP) - Hazardous material teams determined there was nothing to fe
Hazmat crews respond to spill at University of Pennsylvania
WFMJ Youngstown / Posted 22 days ago
PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Hazardous material teams determined there was nothing to fear at the University of Pennsylvania School of Dentistry. A cleaning crew reported a bio-hazard spill just before 2:00 a.m. Thursday inside a laboratory at the Robert... Read more
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New Jersey Herald
Hazmat crews respond to spill at University of PennsylvaniaPHILADELPHIA (AP) - Hazardous material teams determined there was nothing to fe
Hazmat crews respond to spill at University of Pennsylvania
New Jersey Herald / Posted 22 days ago
PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Hazardous material teams determined there was nothing to fear at the University of Pennsylvania School of Dentistry. A cleaning crew reported a bio-hazard spill just before 2:00 a.m. Thursday inside a laboratory at the Robert... Read more
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WTRF Wheeling
Hazmat crews respond to spill at University of PennsylvaniaPHILADELPHIA (AP) - Hazardous material teams determined there was nothing to fe
Hazmat crews respond to spill at University of Pennsylvania
WTRF Wheeling / Posted 22 days ago
PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Hazardous material teams determined there was nothing to fear at the University of Pennsylvania School of Dentistry. A cleaning crew reported a bio-hazard spill just before 2:00 a.m. Thursday inside a laboratory at the Robert... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Penn research reveals additional pathway for origin of colon cancerCancer researchers already know of some oncogenes and other factors that promot
Penn research reveals additional pathway for origin of colon cancer
News-Medical-Net / Posted 22 days ago
Cancer researchers already know of some oncogenes and other factors that promote the development of colon cancers, but they don't yet have the full picture of how these cancers originate and spread. Now researchers from the Perelman School of... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
People with chronic insomnia may be able to get relief from half of standard sleeping pillsThe roughly nine million Americans who rely on prescription sleeping pills to t
People with chronic insomnia may be able to get relief from half of standard sleeping pills
News-Medical-Net / Posted 24 days ago
The roughly nine million Americans who rely on prescription sleeping pills to treat chronic insomnia may be able to get relief from as little as half of the drugs, and may even be helped by taking placebos in the treatment plan, according to new... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Penn Medicine devises new approach to develop vaccines against lethal diseasesResearchers at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvani
Penn Medicine devises new approach to develop vaccines against lethal diseases
News-Medical-Net / Posted 24 days ago
Researchers at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania have devised an entirely new approach to vaccines - creating immunity without vaccination. The study, published in Scientific Reports, demonstrated that animals... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Reducing incorrect gene expression can extend lifespan of cellsWorking with yeast and worms, researchers found that incorrect gene expression
Reducing incorrect gene expression can extend lifespan of cells
News-Medical-Net / Posted 28 days ago
Working with yeast and worms, researchers found that incorrect gene expression is a hallmark of aged cells and that reducing such "noise" extends lifespan in these organisms. The team published their findings this month in Genes & Development. The... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
New Penn study questions relevance of fish oil-derived SPMs and their anti-inflammatory effects in humansThe importance of a diet rich in fish oils - now a billion dollar food-suppleme
New Penn study questions relevance of fish oil-derived SPMs and their anti-inflammatory effects in humans
News-Medical-Net / Posted 28 days ago
The importance of a diet rich in fish oils - now a billion dollar food-supplement industry -- has been debated for over half a century. A few large clinical trials have supported the idea that fish oils confer therapeutic benefits to patients with... Read more
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Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Why snoring gets worse as you ageWhether you’re wheezing, snorting or snuffling while sawing logs, your snoring
Why snoring gets worse as you age
Worcester Telegram & Gazette / Posted 30 days ago
Whether you’re wheezing, snorting or snuffling while sawing logs, your snoring is not only upsetting to your family, it could be a sign of ill health.And it’s probably getting worse with age.There are reasons why a person’s snoring becomes more... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
New Penn study finds link between graduate medical training and brand name statin prescribingPhysicians in training are twice as likely to order a costly brand-name statin
New Penn study finds link between graduate medical training and brand name statin prescribing
News-Medical-Net / Posted 1 months ago
Physicians in training are twice as likely to order a costly brand-name statin (used to lower blood cholesterol levels) when supervised by senior physicians who prefer those medications in their own practice, according to a new study led by... Read more
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