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2014/10/21 18:25
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Did worries about financial stability get more men to say no to fatherhood? The number of men getting vasectomies spiked during the Great Recession, rising one-third from 2006 to 2010, a study...
2014/10/21 18:25
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2014/10/21 18:17
2014/10/21 18:17
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Hospital for Special Surgery Researchers Identify New Cell Signaling Pathway Thought to Play Role in Rheumatoid Arthritis Available for logged-in reporters onlyCitationsJournal of Clinical...
2014/10/21 17:26
2014/10/21 17:26
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The disease is carried by the black-legged tick, now found as far south as Florida. Photograph by Kenji Aoki. Kaleigh Ahern was twelve years old when a tick bit her. She noticed it “perched” on her...
2014/10/21 07:02
2014/10/21 07:02
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Continuing the effort to define what makes a good teacher, I�m following the advice of my most recent informant, which was �ask the kids.� In answer to the teacher question, I was told about a science...
2014/10/20 21:46
2014/10/20 21:46
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MONDAY, Oct. 20, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- During the recent "Great Recession," worries about the cost of raising children in an uncertain job market may have spurred an uptick in vasectomies, a new...
2014/10/16 17:30
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The Food and Drug Administration’s approval last week of the first hepatitis C virus (HCV) treatments that cure patients without interferon is a dramatic, positive development, according to a UB...
2014/10/14 06:44
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Several people recently have used the word “nuance” in discussions with me about issues with which they wanted help. In discussing another way of approaching these issues, they said it was “nuanced.”...
2014/10/13 15:17
2014/10/13 15:17
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Researchers Develop New Cells Meant to Form Blood Vessels, Treat Peripheral Artery Disease Available for logged-in reporters onlyCitationsR01 HL109602; RO1 HL056416; RO1 HL067384; PO1 DK090948;...
2014/10/13 07:55
2014/10/13 07:55
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In a new study published in the journal Science, researchers reveal that - for the first time - they have created technologies that allow them to see how HIV proteins move on the surface of the...
2014/10/10 12:08
2014/10/10 12:08
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The Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF), announced its dedication of $58.6 million to breast cancer research today at its annual Symposium & Awards Luncheon. Totaling $47 million, the 2014-2015...
2014/10/09 16:17
2014/10/09 16:17
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New Class of "Good" Fats Offers A Promising Direction for Diabetes Prevention and Treatment Available for logged-in reporters onlyCitationsCell Newswise — BOSTON – The surprising discovery of a...
2014/10/09 12:39
2014/10/09 12:39
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HIV is adept at eluding immune system responses because the protein it uses to infect cells is constantly changing. Now a team of researchers including scientists from Yale have stripped the cloak...
2014/10/09 00:11
2014/10/09 00:11
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... News) -- "Sexting" - specifically, sending sexually explicit photos - among teens may also be an indicator that they are more likely to engage in the real thing later, according to a new...
2014/10/07 07:02
2014/10/07 07:02
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A friend gave me a wonderful children�s book called �Cat in the City,� by Julie Salamon. Intended for 8- to 12-year-olds, it is a wonderful story for children with a level of sophistication that...
2014/10/06 16:16
2014/10/06 16:16
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Cornell University has unveiled a $150 million community engagement initiative that will be funded in part by a $50 million gift from a trust established by hedge fund manager David Einhorn. The...
2014/10/03 16:58
2014/10/03 16:58
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Joan H. Weill, a driving force at Alvin Ailey Dance Foundation Inc., will retire as chairman of its board at the end of the year, the dance company announced Wednesday. Ms. Weill, 80, has been on the...
2014/10/02 17:31
2014/10/02 17:31
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A new study in Biological Psychiatry reports how magnetic stimulation treatment works On Star Trek, it is easy to take for granted the incredible ability of futuristic doctors to wave small devices...
2014/10/02 07:17
2014/10/02 07:17
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Even the tiniest of slights can rile our emotions and send our self-esteem into a tailspin. In part, self-esteem reflects who we are intrinsically, but is also a barometer of our standing with others....
2014/10/01 22:04
2014/10/01 22:04
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Caregiver & Elder Care News Most Allergic Deaths from Medications; Older People, African-Americans Usual Victims Montefiore/Einstein research seeks risk factors to allow physicians to develop...
2014/10/01 21:17
2014/10/01 21:17
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Hospital for Special Surgery Offers Tips to Help Teens Train and Compete Safely In Sports Good practices essential to help avoid injury. Available for logged-in reporters only Newswise — Exercise is...
2014/10/21 18:25
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