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2015/04/27 16:43
2015/04/27 16:43
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The past several weeks brought renewed attention to the question of school testing related to the Common Core curriculum. The objective of bringing all children up to a certain level in basic...
2015/04/27 16:43
2015/04/27 16:43
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2015/04/25 20:11
2015/04/25 20:11
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The vaccine is called RTS,S and is designed for children in Africa. It would be the first licensed human vaccine against a parasitic disease and could help prevent millions of cases of malaria, which...
2015/04/23 10:27
2015/04/23 10:27
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Diabetes has become an epidemic, affecting 29 million Americans. But here's the good news if you're concerned about your blood glucose: "One of the best ways to stay healthy is to make better food...
2015/04/22 11:51
2015/04/22 11:51
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Teaching parents specific tactics to deal with serious behavior problems appears to be the best way to reduce behavioral issues in young children with autism spectrum disorder. In the study, National...
2015/04/21 09:08
2015/04/21 09:08
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Genomic studies have illuminated the ways in which malfunctioning genes can drive cancer growth while stunting the therapeutic effects of chemotherapy and other treatments. But new findings from Weill...
2015/04/21 07:38
2015/04/21 07:38
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... Diabetes has become an epidemic, affecting 29 million Americans. But here's the good news if you're concerned about your blood glucose: "One of the best ways to stay healthy is to make better...
2015/04/21 06:43
2015/04/21 06:43
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The mother of a 2-year-old came to see me about something new in her daughter’s behavior that was a source of concern. The child has started making a throat-clearing sound. The doctor can find no...
2015/04/20 22:30
2015/04/20 22:30
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Look online and you'll find endless ads for medical studies, trials, and surveys that pay. Some sites offer $5 just for signing up. Some travel studies pay $40, and clinical studies that promise $150...
2015/04/19 07:57
2015/04/19 07:57
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Young women’s hearts at unrecognized risk Attention, U.S. women, especially young women: Have you got the heart to save yours? Although long thought of as a man�s disease, heart disease afflicts as...
2015/04/17 07:41
2015/04/17 07:41
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Discussions on the Governor’s proposed budget for 2016 and 2017 are in full force, and its cuts to mental health stand in direct contrast to the recently delivered recommendations of the Sandy Hook...
2015/04/16 15:58
2015/04/16 15:58
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To understand the competition New York City is up against as it tries to attract and nurture the life sciences industry, just take a look at Wednesday's Boston Globe. The chronicle of Alexandria Real...
2015/04/15 19:46
2015/04/15 19:46
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The earlier -- and now dispelled -- study, published in Nature in June 2012 by researchers at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, found a gene fusion in a small but significant number of tumor...
2015/04/15 18:08
2015/04/15 18:08
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The first-ever systematic study of the genomes of patients with ALK-negative anaplastic large cell lymphoma (ALCL), a particularly aggressive form of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, shows that many cases of...
2015/04/15 11:08
2015/04/15 11:08
12d
Small cell lung cancer (SCLC) will be the concentrated focus when 100 global experts in the field meet for a workshop hosted by the International Association for the Study of Lung Cancer (IASLC) on...
2015/04/15 09:09
2015/04/15 09:09
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Attention, U.S. women, especially young women: Have you got the heart to save yours? Although long thought of as a man's disease, heart disease afflicts as many women, though women tend to develop...
2015/04/14 06:43
2015/04/14 06:43
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Recently, I heard a talk by Stephen Grosz, an American psychoanalyst who lives and practices in London. His book, “The Examined Life, How We Lose and Find Ourselves,” is about storytelling, his point...
2015/04/10 15:09
2015/04/10 15:09
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... - Lauren Hill, the Indiana native who scored the first basket of the Mount St. Joseph University women's basketball season in November while suffering from a rare inoperable brain cancer,...
2015/04/09 22:21
2015/04/09 22:21
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Attorneys representing 8,000 women who were secretly filmed by gynecologist during pelvic exams to receive $32 million in fees - half of what they wanted Dr. Nikita Levy was fired from John Hopkins...
2015/04/07 06:43
2015/04/07 06:43
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Despite the current emphasis on the importance of a college education and the pressure on children and parents to achieve academic success, some different voices are starting to be heard. Parents have...
2015/04/06 12:09
2015/04/06 12:09
21d
Losing 30 Minutes of sleep every day may promote weight gain A new research has speculated that losing 30 Minutes of sleep per day may promote weight gain and adversely affect blood sugar...
2015/04/27 16:43
2015/04/27 16:43
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