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... a diagnosis of post-traumatic stress disorder and sent home. The Army offered him a medical discharge, but he declined. Beltran’s father served 21 years in the Navy, and his grandfather survived the Bataan ...
... Miami VA Medical Center. "That's because we are a nation of immigrants," he said. "While we have lowered the rates of TB among those born here, there is still a significant rate among those who come ...
... Medical School. Dick Teresi's new book is called "The Undead." He's also co-author of "The God Particle" and the author of "Lost Discoveries: The Ancient Roots of Modern Science." He's a former editor-in-chief ...
... If researchers could harness these flexible cells, they might create replacement tissues to treat diabetes, spinal cord injury and other debilitating conditions. For all the medical promise that embryonic ...
... risk factor and a potential limitation to long-duration space travel," study author Dr. Larry Kramer, a professor of diagnostic and interventional imaging at the University of Texas Medical School at ...
... of Texas Medical School at Houston. His team examined astronauts who had spent more than 30 days of cumulative time in the weightless environment of space. The group found evidence for expansion of the ...
... onset of labor, induction of labor for known medical reasons, and induction of labor for non-recognized reasons. Compared with spontaneous labor, inducing labor for non-recognized reasons was associated ...
... real story about China is how it has gone from the backwater of Sang Lan's day to a country at the cutting edge of spinal cord research. Chinese government spending on biomedical research is at least on ...
... Jeffrey Goldstein, M.D., director of the spine service at the New York University Langone Medical Center. "If they also don't exercise regularly, they lose strength in their back and their core -- the ...
... Medical Center and a co-author of the study.  Thayer says these peripheral nerve injuries are caused by everything from car crashes to gunshot wounds. But he says many of them happen when somebody does ...
11. 'Final push' on polio
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19 February 2012 Last updated at 20:29 ET By Fergus Walsh BBC medical correspondent, in Delhi Hundreds of Rotary members from around the world are ...
... step out and say [for certain] at this point." Research presented at medical meetings should be considered preliminary until published in a peer-reviewed medical journal. More information The Alzheimer's ...
... an annual economic toll of nearly $600 billion in medical bills and lost productivity. To help address this problem, Congress... For Immediate Release  ...
... can turn serious if ignored or denied. But not every twist or turn needs medical attention, and knowing when it's OK to self-treat pays off in the long run, in dollars and in health. Costly knee replacements ...
... the University of Oklahoma in 1968 with a bachelor’s degree in chemistry, mathematics and zoology, and earned a degree in medicine from Baylor College of Medicine in 1973. He received further medical training ...
... at Bastyr University, Seattle. Dr. Guiltinan has also served as a clinical professor, medical director, and dean of clinical affairs at Bastyr. She was the co-medical director for the King County Natural ...
24 January 2012 Last updated at 05:53 ET Article written byFergus WalshMedical correspondent After more than a decade of waiting, the first results of a trial involving human embryonic ...
...  The report, published online in the medical journal The Lancet, is the first to describe the effect on patients of a therapy involving... LOS ANGELES — A treatment for eye diseases that is ...
... than we who've been around a while without it and then find it very overwhelming. But certainly the 24 hour, seven days a week connectivity, as my colleague John (unintelligible) UMass Medical Center has ...
...  A class of drugs, bisphosphonates, which includes Fosamax, has been found to prevent fractures in people with osteoporosis. But medical experts no longer recommend the medicines to prevent osteoporosis ...
... spines. A class of drugs, bisphosphonates, which includes Fosamax, have been found to prevent fractures in people with osteoporosis. But medical experts no longer recommend the medicines to prevent ...
... enough for others. So I was prepared to cheer this week when researchers at four medical centers around the country published the first large-scale investigation into how long it takes older women to reach ...
... type of Wolf-Hirschhorn syndrome, the median life expectancy is no higher than 34 years, according to a 2001 study published in the Journal of Medical Genetics. Amelia has been a patient at the Children's ...
... programme protects against only some of the bacterial types involved. A Chilean study, reported in The Lancet medical journal, found more evidence the new vaccine works against the B form of the disease. ...
... in 2001, the tumor grew, and no doctors agreed to operate on him, according to the hospital. Guillon said he did not know why the leg was amputated, as there are no medical records from that time. Furthermore, ...
30 December 2011 Last updated at 19:31 ET Prof Stephen Bloom - knighted for services to medical science A pioneer in the field of obesity and diabetes research has received a knighthood ...
... huge uncertainty,” said Dr. Jerome J. Graber, an assistant professor of neurology at Montefiore Medical Center in the Bronx. “I still can’t predict who will progress and what’s the best way to treat someone.” ...
... radiation treatment will be included. But the charity says more patients will now be made to undergo medical assessments before receiving benefits. The government said it had made the amendments because ...
... biomedical research at the MS Society, called it an important development. "This shines more light on the potential role of vitamin D deficiency on increasing the risk of developing MS. "This research ...
... reproductive biology and population issues; and medical rehabilitation.  For more information, visit the Institute’s Web site at http://www.nichd.nih.gov/. About the National Institutes of Health (NIH): ...
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