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Psych Central
Study Finds Striking Mismatch of Depression And TreatmentA new study finds that most Americans with depression get no treatment at all,
Study Finds Striking Mismatch of Depression And Treatment
Psych Central / Posted 12 minutes ago
A new study finds that most Americans with depression get no treatment at all, while more than two-thirds of patients are treated — even though they do not report depressive symptoms or serious psychological distress. Researchers from Columbia... Read more
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PR NewsChannel
The Leading Physicians of the World will be Introducing Noteworthy OBGYN Physician, Shrusan Emily Gray, MD in the upcoming editionThe International Association of HealthCare Professionals is pleased to welcome
The Leading Physicians of the World will be Introducing Noteworthy OBGYN Physician, Shrusan Emily Gray, MD in the upcoming edition
PR NewsChannel / Posted 29 minutes ago
The International Association of HealthCare Professionals is pleased to welcome Shrusan Emily Gray, MD, OBGYN Physician, to their prestigious organization with her upcoming publication in The Leading Physicians of the World. She is a highly-trained... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Penn scientists find striking similarities between human patients with LCA and dogsCiliopathies are diseases that affect the cilia, sensory organelles that most m
Penn scientists find striking similarities between human patients with LCA and dogs
News-Medical-Net / Posted 8 hours ago
Ciliopathies are diseases that affect the cilia, sensory organelles that most mammalian cells possess and which play a critical role in many biological functions. One such disease is Senior Løken Syndrome a rare condition that can involve both a... Read more
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FOX 43 Harrisburg
To Fight Opioid Epidemic, Wolf Administration Implements 25 Additional Centers of Excellence LocationsHarrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf today announced that his administration will
To Fight Opioid Epidemic, Wolf Administration Implements 25 Additional Centers of Excellence Locations
FOX 43 Harrisburg / Posted 19 hours ago
Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf today announced that his administration will implement an additional 25 Centers of Excellence (COE) locations throughout the state by January 1, 2017. The COEs will offer treatment to Pennsylvanians with... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
New study suggests most American adults with depression receive no treatmentNew findings suggest that most Americans with depression receive no treatment,
New study suggests most American adults with depression receive no treatment
News-Medical-Net / Posted 20 hours ago
New findings suggest that most Americans with depression receive no treatment, while raising the possibility that overtreatment of depression is also widespread. Less than a third of American adults who screened positive for depression received... Read more
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FOX News
Critics of weight-loss device urge US regulator to reverse approvalDELRAY BEACH, Fla. (Reuters) - Lotta Bosnyak takes extra time to chew the blueb
Critics of weight-loss device urge US regulator to reverse approval
FOX News / Posted yesterday
DELRAY BEACH, Fla. (Reuters) - Lotta Bosnyak takes extra time to chew the blueberries in her yogurt. Otherwise, she said, the device she credits with saving her life will not work. The tube Bosnyak is referring to has been implanted into her... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
Girls - ‘I Can And I Will’Yet never failing for 20 years, Gino would whisper the same five words to each
Girls - ‘I Can And I Will’
The Chattanoogan / Posted 2 days ago
Yet never failing for 20 years, Gino would whisper the same five words to each of his three daughters. “I can and I will.” Sometimes the girls would stir, make a face even, but every night Gino would whisper into each one’s subconscious – “I can and... Read more
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Philly.com
Point-Counterpoint: Should Pa. let nurse-practitioners do more?Earlier this summer, the Pennsylvania Senate passed a bill that would allow nur
Point-Counterpoint: Should Pa. let nurse-practitioners do more?
Philly.com / Posted 3 days ago
Earlier this summer, the Pennsylvania Senate passed a bill that would allow nurse practitioners to practice to the full extent of their license, removing a requirement that they have "collaborative agreements" with physicians - a form of... Read more
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Philly.com
Beyond EpiPen: Spiking costs of basic drugs burden patients, emergency servicesBasic lifesaving medicines that emergency workers use every day are getting so
Beyond EpiPen: Spiking costs of basic drugs burden patients, emergency services
Philly.com / Posted 3 days ago
Basic lifesaving medicines that emergency workers use every day are getting so costly, officials are scrambling to figure out how to pay for them. And as patients struggle with drug costs, EMS workers and emergency room doctors are seeing the... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Anesthetic administered with nasal spray effective in preventing pain during dental treatmentA fear of pain causes many people with dental phobias to avoid or delay needed
Anesthetic administered with nasal spray effective in preventing pain during dental treatment
News-Medical-Net / Posted 3 days ago
A fear of pain causes many people with dental phobias to avoid or delay needed treatment. In some cases, the injection of a numbing agent can be the most painful part of the visit. But with a new United States Food and Drug Administration-approved... Read more
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Newsmax
Sudden Cardiac Death is PredictableBecause it occurs without warning, sudden cardiac death is a leading cause of d
Sudden Cardiac Death is Predictable
Newsmax / Posted 3 days ago
Because it occurs without warning, sudden cardiac death is a leading cause of death in the U.S. But now researchers say they’ve developed a model they can use to predict these nearly always fatal events. Each year, more than 300,000 non-hospitalized... Read more
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Houston Chronicle
Animal Planet Orders Vet School Reality SeriesAnimal Planet has ordered veterinary school reality show, “Life at Vet U,” TheW
Animal Planet Orders Vet School Reality Series
Houston Chronicle / Posted 3 days ago
Animal Planet has ordered veterinary school reality show, “Life at Vet U,” TheWrap has learned. The six-part series will take viewers behind the scenes at the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine (Penn Vet) as six students work... Read more
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The Columbian
More folks flocking to chickensMore people are keeping chickens in their urban and suburban backyards, and I d
More folks flocking to chickens
The Columbian / Posted 4 days ago
More people are keeping chickens in their urban and suburban backyards, and I don’t think it’s just because they enjoy the fresh eggs. It would be cheaper and easier to just buy eggs at the grocery store. Most people view backyard chickens as pets,... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
New biomaterial allows scientists to study how stem cells sense stiffness of surrounding environmentA new biomaterial can be used to study how and when stem cells sense the mechan
New biomaterial allows scientists to study how stem cells sense stiffness of surrounding environment
News-Medical-Net / Posted 4 days ago
A new biomaterial can be used to study how and when stem cells sense the mechanics of their surrounding environment, found a team led by Robert Mauck, PhD, the Mary Black Ralston Professor for Education and Research in Orthopaedic Surgery, in the... Read more
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PhysOrg
Altering stem cell perception of tissue stiffness may help treat musculoskeletal disordersDuring early development in an embryo, the progenitor cells of many types of mu
Altering stem cell perception of tissue stiffness may help treat musculoskeletal disorders
PhysOrg / Posted 4 days ago
During early development in an embryo, the progenitor cells of many types of musculoskeletal tissue start out in close contact to each other and over time transition into an organized network of individual cells surrounded by an extracellular matrix.... Read more
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University of Pennsylvania Health System
Penn Medicine's Carl June, MD, Receives Novartis Immunology Award for Cancer Cell Therapy DevelopmentPHILADELPHIA – Carl H. June, MD, the Richard W. Vague Professor in Immunotherap
Penn Medicine's Carl June, MD, Receives Novartis Immunology Award for Cancer Cell Therapy Development
University of Pennsylvania Health System / Posted 4 days ago
PHILADELPHIA – Carl H. June, MD, the Richard W. Vague Professor in Immunotherapy in the department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine in the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania and director of Translational Research in... Read more
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University of Pennsylvania Health System
Altering Stem Cell Perception of Tissue Stiffness May Help Treat Musculoskeletal Disorders, According to Penn Bioengineering StudyPHILADELPHIA – A new biomaterial can be used to study how and when stem cells s
Altering Stem Cell Perception of Tissue Stiffness May Help Treat Musculoskeletal Disorders, According to Penn Bioengineering Study
University of Pennsylvania Health System / Posted 4 days ago
PHILADELPHIA – A new biomaterial can be used to study how and when stem cells sense the mechanics of their surrounding environment, found a team led by Robert Mauck, PhD, the Mary Black Ralston Professor for Education and Research in Orthopaedic... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Non-coding RNAs play key role in maintaining proper balance between fighting infection and inflammationinfection or preventing inflammatory disorders, according to research led by Jo
Non-coding RNAs play key role in maintaining proper balance between fighting infection and inflammation
News-Medical-Net / Posted 5 days ago
infection or preventing inflammatory disorders, according to research led by Jorge Henao-Mejia, MD, PhD, an assistant professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine in the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. The... Read more
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University of Pennsylvania Health System
Enigmatic Molecules Maintain Equilibrium Between Fighting Infection, Inflammatory Havocinfection or preventing inflammatory disorders, according to research led by Jo
Enigmatic Molecules Maintain Equilibrium Between Fighting Infection, Inflammatory Havoc
University of Pennsylvania Health System / Posted 5 days ago
infection or preventing inflammatory disorders, according to research led by Jorge Henao-Mejia, MD, PhD, an assistant professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine in thePerelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. The... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
New chemical compound could potentially be used to treat Ebola virus infectionVirus spread can be blocked by attacking Ebola's Achilles' heel Scientists hav
New chemical compound could potentially be used to treat Ebola virus infection
News-Medical-Net / Posted 6 days ago
Virus spread can be blocked by attacking Ebola's Achilles' heel Scientists have found Ebola's Achilles' heel: a new kind of chemical compound can block the protein Ebola uses to break out of cells and infect new cells. The compounds, revealed in a... Read more
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Philly.com
Quentin Giorgio, Delco physician and researcherQuentin M. Giorgio, 64, of Newtown Square, a physician who cared for others des
Quentin Giorgio, Delco physician and researcher
Philly.com / Posted 6 days ago
Quentin M. Giorgio, 64, of Newtown Square, a physician who cared for others despite his own medical issues, died Tuesday, Aug. 9, of peritonitis at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Giorgio was diagnosed with testicular cancer at... Read more
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The Daily Voice - New Canaan
Happy Birthday To New Canaan’'s H. Keith H. Brodie-- Happy birthday to New Canaan’s H. Keith H. Brodie! Brodie who has owned a h
Happy Birthday To New Canaan’'s H. Keith H. Brodie
The Daily Voice - New Canaan / Posted 6 days ago
-- Happy birthday to New Canaan’s H. Keith H. Brodie! Brodie who has owned a home in New Canaan, turns 77 on Wednesday. The psychiatrist and educator was born Aug. 24, 1939. Brodie joined the National Institute of Mental Health as a clinical... Read more
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University of Pennsylvania Health System
Penn Physician-Administrator Selected for Panel to Improve Healthcare SystemsPHILADELPHIA — Craig A. Umscheid, MD, MSCE, an associate professor of Medicine
Penn Physician-Administrator Selected for Panel to Improve Healthcare Systems
University of Pennsylvania Health System / Posted 6 days ago
PHILADELPHIA — Craig A. Umscheid, MD, MSCE, an associate professor of Medicine and Epidemiology at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, has been appointed by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute to serve on... Read more
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Business Insider
The biggest reason you gain weight as you age has nothing to do with your metabolisminexplicable force we call our metabolism does begin to grind a bit slower ever
The biggest reason you gain weight as you age has nothing to do with your metabolism
Business Insider / Posted 6 days ago
inexplicable force we call our metabolism does begin to grind a bit slower every year from age 30 onward. Here's the good news: The rate at which your metabolism slows down is actually rather minimal. In reality, most weight gain that... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Maryland boy who got double hand transplant can throw a football, write with pencil, do other routine tasksZion Harvey once dreamed of throwing a football like Ravens quarterback Joe Fla
Maryland boy who got double hand transplant can throw a football, write with pencil, do other routine tasks
Baltimore Sun / Posted 6 days ago
Zion Harvey once dreamed of throwing a football like Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco. Some dreams do come true. Not only can Harvey hurl a football, but he recently pitched a baseball over home plate at an Orioles game. He can write with a pencil and... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Penn researchers develop model to predict sudden cardiac death riskEach year more than 300,000 Americans will succumb to out-of-hospital sudden ca
Penn researchers develop model to predict sudden cardiac death risk
News-Medical-Net / Posted 6 days ago
Each year more than 300,000 Americans will succumb to out-of-hospital sudden cardiac death (SCD) -- the immediate and unexpected cessation of the heart's ability to function properly -- one of the leading causes of death in the United States. For the... Read more
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University of Pennsylvania Health System
First Child to Undergo a Bilateral Hand Transplant Marks One Year since Surgery at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphiacan throw a baseball over home plate. He can write in his journal, prepare hims
First Child to Undergo a Bilateral Hand Transplant Marks One Year since Surgery at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
University of Pennsylvania Health System / Posted 6 days ago
can throw a baseball over home plate. He can write in his journal, prepare himself lunch and manage zippers on his clothes. However, for most of his life, these and many other ordinary actions were impossible for this little boy. Related... Read more
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PR NewsChannel
Venerated Interventional Cardiologist and Heart Failure Specialist in Abington, Pennsylvania Robert A. Watson III, MD, FACC, will be Mentioned in The Leading Physicians of the WorldThe International Association of HealthCare Professionals is pleased to welcome
Venerated Interventional Cardiologist and Heart Failure Specialist in Abington, Pennsylvania Robert A. Watson III, MD, FACC, will be Mentioned in The Leading Physicians of the World
PR NewsChannel / Posted 6 days ago
The International Association of HealthCare Professionals is pleased to welcome Robert A. Watson III, MD, FACC, Interventional Cardiologist and Heart Failure Specialist, to their prestigious organization with his upcoming publication in The Leading... Read more
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Business Insider
This tiny icon is actually a solution to a key problem with eating healthyWhen's the last time you looked at a food's nutrition label before you downed i
This tiny icon is actually a solution to a key problem with eating healthy
Business Insider / Posted 6 days ago
When's the last time you looked at a food's nutrition label before you downed its contents? More importantly, did the mishmash of black-and-white numbers, letters, and scientific lingo mean anything to you? Nutrition labels, which haven't been... Read more
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University of Pennsylvania Health System
Penn Medicine Researchers Predict Sudden Cardiac Death RiskPHILADELPHIA — Each year more than 300,000 Americans will succumb to out-of-hos
Penn Medicine Researchers Predict Sudden Cardiac Death Risk
University of Pennsylvania Health System / Posted 6 days ago
PHILADELPHIA — Each year more than 300,000 Americans will succumb to out-of-hospital sudden cardiac death (SCD) – the immediate and unexpected cessation of the heart’s ability to function properly – one of the leading causes of death in the United... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
This tiny icon is Weight Watchers' solution to a key problem with eating healthyWhen's the last time you looked at a food's nutrition label before you downed i
This tiny icon is Weight Watchers' solution to a key problem with eating healthy
Stamford Advocate / Posted 7 days ago
When's the last time you looked at a food's nutrition label before you downed its contents? More importantly, did the mishmash of black-and-white numbers, letters, and scientific lingo mean anything to you? Nutrition labels, which haven't been... Read more
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Connecticut Post
This tiny icon is Weight Watchers' solution to a key problem with eating healthyWhen's the last time you looked at a food's nutrition label before you downed i
This tiny icon is Weight Watchers' solution to a key problem with eating healthy
Connecticut Post / Posted 7 days ago
When's the last time you looked at a food's nutrition label before you downed its contents? More importantly, did the mishmash of black-and-white numbers, letters, and scientific lingo mean anything to you? Nutrition labels, which haven't been... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
This tiny icon is Weight Watchers' solution to a key problem with eating healthyWhen's the last time you looked at a food's nutrition label before you downed i
This tiny icon is Weight Watchers' solution to a key problem with eating healthy
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 7 days ago
When's the last time you looked at a food's nutrition label before you downed its contents? More importantly, did the mishmash of black-and-white numbers, letters, and scientific lingo mean anything to you? Nutrition labels, which haven't been... Read more
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The Columbian
Doctors struggle with gaps in pot educationyears. But Farmington physician Jean Antonucci says she continues to feel unpre
Doctors struggle with gaps in pot education
The Columbian / Posted 8 days ago
years. But Farmington physician Jean Antonucci says she continues to feel unprepared when counseling sick patients about whether the drug could benefit them. Will it help my glaucoma? Or my chronic pain? My chemotherapy’s making me nauseous, and... Read more
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York Daily Record
Moving Up for Aug. 21, 2016Lamont Young was recently appointed to be the Head of Digital for Citizens Bank
Moving Up for Aug. 21, 2016
York Daily Record / Posted 9 days ago
Lamont Young was recently appointed to be the Head of Digital for Citizens Bank. Young will also continue to manage his existing responsibilities for Multi-Channel Marketing. With more than 20 years of digital and marketing experience in the consumer... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Business People for the week of Aug. 21has promoted Daniel E. Lichtenberger to administrative vice president. He recei
Business People for the week of Aug. 21
The Buffalo News / Posted 9 days ago
has promoted Daniel E. Lichtenberger to administrative vice president. He received a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University at Buffalo. Rheumatology Consultants of WNY has promoted Dr. Mark E. Schulte to president. He completed his... Read more
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PR.com
Richard E. Greenberg, MD, FACS Recognized as a Professional of the Year by Strathmore's Who's Who Worldwide Publication Rockledge, PA, August 20, 2016 --(PR.com)-- Richard E. Greenberg, MD, FACS of
Richard E. Greenberg, MD, FACS Recognized as a Professional of the Year by Strathmore's Who's Who Worldwide Publication
PR.com / Posted 10 days ago
Rockledge, PA, August 20, 2016 --(PR.com)-- Richard E. Greenberg, MD, FACS of Rockledge, Pennsylvania has been recognized as a... Read more
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The Fort Morgan Times
Fort Morgan area has history of connections to celebritiesEditor's Note: This is part of a monthly series of stories by the Community His
Fort Morgan area has history of connections to celebrities
The Fort Morgan Times / Posted 10 days ago
Editor's Note: This is part of a monthly series of stories by the Community History Writers, a group of area individuals committed to documenting and writing about local history and the people, places and happenings that created the various... Read more
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Business Wire
Kite Pharma Advisors and Scientific Pioneers in Cancer Immunotherapy Receive Prestigious Cellular Immune Therapy AwardSANTA MONICA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Kite Pharma, Inc. (Nasdaq:KITE) today an
Kite Pharma Advisors and Scientific Pioneers in Cancer Immunotherapy Receive Prestigious Cellular Immune Therapy Award
Business Wire / Posted 11 days ago
SANTA MONICA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Kite Pharma, Inc. (Nasdaq:KITE) today announced that two of its key advisors and scientific collaborators, both pioneers in the field of cancer immunotherapy, have received the renowned Novartis Prize for... Read more
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Cape Coral Daily Breeze
Business BriefsLaw Firm partner Neale Montgomery has been selected as a 2016-2017 regional cou
Business Briefs
Cape Coral Daily Breeze / Posted 11 days ago
Law Firm partner Neale Montgomery has been selected as a 2016-2017 regional council member for Leadership Florida, a nonprofit organization dedicated to educating, inspiring and engaging Florida leaders to better serve the state. Montgomery will... Read more
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Philly.com
Chester Zmijewski, 84, professorChester M. Zmijewski, 84, of Voorhees, who retired in 1996 as a professor of pa
Chester Zmijewski, 84, professor
Philly.com / Posted 11 days ago
Chester M. Zmijewski, 84, of Voorhees, who retired in 1996 as a professor of pathology and laboratory medicine at the medical school of the University of Pennsylvania, had a special interest in Christmas decorations. Not just a December interest. At... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Penn researchers uncover strategy to reverse effects of dyskeratosis congenitaDyskeratosis congenita, or DC, is a rare, inherited disease for which there are
Penn researchers uncover strategy to reverse effects of dyskeratosis congenita
News-Medical-Net / Posted 11 days ago
Dyskeratosis congenita, or DC, is a rare, inherited disease for which there are limited treatment options and no cure. Typically diagnosed in childhood, the disorder causes stem cells to fail, leading to significant problems including bone marrow... Read more
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Philly.com
Sports don't protect Philly kids from obesity, high blood pressureIt's not just the couch potatoes and video game jockeys. A new study of sports
Sports don't protect Philly kids from obesity, high blood pressure
Philly.com / Posted 11 days ago
It's not just the couch potatoes and video game jockeys. A new study of sports physicals has shown surprisingly high rates of obesity and elevated blood pressure among Philadelphia student athletes. Researchers at Thomas Jefferson University... Read more
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The Daily Record
Meredith A. Atkinson, M.D., Lauren Asghari and Gretchen Berlin | National Kidney Foundation MarylandMeredith A. Atkinson, M.D., Lauren Asghari and Gretchen Berlin have been electe
Meredith A. Atkinson, M.D., Lauren Asghari and Gretchen Berlin | National Kidney Foundation Maryland
The Daily Record / Posted 11 days ago
Meredith A. Atkinson, M.D., Lauren Asghari and Gretchen Berlin have been elected to three-year terms on the board of directors with the National Kidney Foundation of Maryland. Atkinson is an associate professor of pediatrics at the Johns Hopkins... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Wearable device for sleep quality enhancement could reduce risk of PTSD in military personnelBrain State Technologies announces the presentation of a study that describes h
Wearable device for sleep quality enhancement could reduce risk of PTSD in military personnel
News-Medical-Net / Posted 13 days ago
Brain State Technologies announces the presentation of a study that describes how use of a wearable neurotechnology device by military personnel could improve sleep and thereby lower the risk of developing post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). The... Read more
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WLTX-TV Columbia
Drug-ResistantCOLUMBIA, S.C. (WSPA) – The U.S. Department of Agriculture has found an antibio
Drug-Resistant
WLTX-TV Columbia / Posted 13 days ago
COLUMBIA, S.C. (WSPA) – The U.S. Department of Agriculture has found an antibiotic-resistant strain of E. coli inside the intestine of a pig in South Carolina. The “superbug” is immune even to antibiotics that are considered a last resort. Dr. Majdi... Read more
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The New Yorker
The Race for a Zika VaccineOn a Saturday morning in April of 2014, Nenad Macesic, a thirty-one-year-old do
The Race for a Zika Vaccine
The New Yorker / Posted 13 days ago
On a Saturday morning in April of 2014, Nenad Macesic, a thirty-one-year-old doctor-in-training, received an urgent phone call from the emergency room of Austin Hospital, just outside Melbourne, Australia. Lean and taut, with a swirl of dark hair,... Read more
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ajc.com
How to keep backyard chickens — and you — healthy and safeMore people are keeping chickens in their urban and suburban backyards, and I d
How to keep backyard chickens — and you — healthy and safe
ajc.com / Posted 14 days ago
More people are keeping chickens in their urban and suburban backyards, and I don’t think it’s just because they enjoy the fresh eggs. It would be cheaper and easier to just buy eggs at the grocery store. Most people view backyard chickens as pets,... Read more
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MedCity News
Many doctors feel ill equipped to address patient questions on medical marijuanayears. But Farmington physician Jean Antonucci says she continues to feel unpre
Many doctors feel ill equipped to address patient questions on medical marijuana
MedCity News / Posted 14 days ago
years. But Farmington physician Jean Antonucci says she continues to feel unprepared when counseling sick patients about whether the drug could benefit them. Will it help my glaucoma? Or my chronic pain? My chemotherapy’s making me nauseous, and... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Clinical study to discover if supplement can prevent diabetesArticle Tools DUNMORE — A research project devised three years ago to investig
Clinical study to discover if supplement can prevent diabetes
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 15 days ago
Article Tools DUNMORE — A research project devised three years ago to investigate whether a fad weight-loss supplement could actually help ward off diabetes is finally gaining speed. In 2013, Marywood University student Ashley Blasi noticed a... Read more
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