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2014/07/29 14:16
2014/07/29 14:16
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... An ancient and now rare type of circumcision called metzitzah b'peh, which is sometimes performed by Orthodox Jews on newborn boys, appears to be behind the spread of herpes simplex virus type 1...
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2014/07/29 14:16
2014/07/29 14:16
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2014/07/28 18:15
2014/07/28 18:15
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Dr. Donald Schwarz helped Philadelphia reduce childhood obesity, adult smoking, HIV and homelessness during his more than six years as the city's deputy mayor and health commissioner. Today he starts...
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2014/07/26 09:08
2014/07/26 09:08
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The link between autism and disrupted brain development is an essential part of the puzzle of the disease, and is largely unknown. However, thanks to funding from the Simons Foundation Autism Research...
2014/07/23 12:52
2014/07/23 12:52
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In the tough part of Brooklyn where she spent her younger years, Bridgette Brawner saw neighbors strung out on drugs, arguments that turned violent, families like her own struggling to get by. But...
2014/07/22 14:52
2014/07/22 14:52
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... hope (addressing) human trafficking becomes more a part of the norm about what medical providers provide as part of their practice," she said. In another report, Dr. Angela Diaz of the Icahn...
2014/07/20 07:17
2014/07/20 07:17
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... Forced Early Retirement In a recent longitudinal cohort study of 1500+ Wisconsin state employees, researchers discovered that midlifeinsomnia increased the likelihood of early retirement due to...
2014/07/10 18:30
2014/07/10 18:30
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Wrabetz was recruited to UB in 2011 and serves as inaugural director of the Hunter James Kelly Research Institute. His research has centered on aging and development, with an emphasis on neuronal...
2014/07/09 21:17
2014/07/09 21:17
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Letrozole May Help Women with PCOS Become Pregnant Available for logged-in reporters onlyCitationsNew England Journal of Medicine, 7/10/14 Newswise — The drug letrozole results in higher birth rates...
2014/07/07 04:47
2014/07/07 04:47
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Tamara Hicks plays with daughter Skylar, who has autism. An editorial in this month’s issue of the journal Autism calls into question the methods the CDC uses to determine how many American children...
2014/07/06 13:51
2014/07/06 13:51
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New research shows that even a low exposure to lead can result in emotional and behavioral problems in children. As blood lead levels increase, so do the problems, according to a new study published...
2014/07/01 13:42
2014/07/01 13:42
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Lead in Kids’ Blood Linked with Behavioral and Emotional Problems Emotional and behavioral problems show up even with low exposure to lead, and as blood lead levels increase in children, so do the...
2014/06/27 18:28
2014/06/27 18:28
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People who were treated for periodontal disease had lower healthcare costs and fewer hospitalizations for other medical conditions compared to those whose gum disease went untreated, a new study has...
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2014/07/29 14:16
2014/07/29 14:16
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