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... added. "We didn't get where we wanted to in eliminating TB," said Dr. Gordon Dickinson, a professor in the Division of Infectious Diseases at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine and the ...
... their money so far? The most visible investment is the opening of sleek buildings and gleaming labs at a dozen private and public universities built with matching funds. Two years ago, Stanford University ...
... studied to discover more about life in medieval times. Swansea University sports scientists are hoping to find out more about the toll on the... 16 March 2012 Last updated at 04:01 ET  ...
...  Winthrop Comprehensive MS Care Center at Winthrop University Hospital in Mineola, N.Y. "Right now, it looks good. It looks like it works and is easy to take," Gottesman said, adding that it's not going ...
... Cambridge University, are meanwhile developing neural interfaces whereby prosthetics will communicate wirelessly with implants fitted directly into the nerve fibres in the stump. "People have produced ...
... 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 ...
... be that astronauts could suffer eyesight problems. The study is reported in the Journal of Radiology. It was led by Larry Kramer, a professor of diagnostic and interventional imaging at the University ...
... leader Rosalie Grivell, of the University of Adelaide's Robinson Institute, said in a journal news release. "We hope our findings will increase awareness of potential complications related to the common ...
... spinal cord combined with lithium treatments," said Young, professor in neuroscience at Rutgers University, New Jersey. At about 20 centres in China, Hong Kong and Taiwan, stem cells are injected into ...
... says Heidi Prather, D.O., chief of physical medicine and rehabilitation at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. Plus, many of us have gained weight and lost the time to exercise over ...
...  who suffer nerve injuries that leave them unable to use a particular muscle or without feeling in part of their body. "It's exciting," says Wesley Thayer, a plastic surgeon at Vanderbilt University ...
... “Even many younger people will drive around the block five times” before daring to parallel park, said Bryan Reimer, associate director of research at the New England University Transportation Center at ...
...  disease. Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis monitored the sleep patterns of 100 mentally healthy people... TUESDAY, Feb. 14 (HealthDay News) -- Poor-quality sleep may ...
... this year and 215 that began in 2010 or 2011 and remain unresolved, according to Erin R. Fox, manager of the University of Utah Drug Information Service, which tracks national drug shortages. Multiple ...
... the University of Maryland School of Dentistry, Baltimore, where he chaired the Department of Biomedical Sciences from 1995 to 2003. He conducts research on pain  ...
... motion. Examples are a swollen, bent elbow that won't straighten, or a knee that collapses when you try to stand, said Dr. Charles Bush-Joseph, a sports medicine specialist at Chicago's Rush University ...
... about the methotrexate shortage, said Erin Fox, manager of the drug information service at the University of Utah. “There isn’t a lot of hope that supplies will improve drastically over the next few weeks, ...
... lead researcher Dr. Angela Cheung, a senior scientist at the University Health Network in Toronto. "It does not affect everyone; about 65 percent of women have some bone loss." The fear of bone loss ...
... Calif. He was 64. His death was announced by the University of California, San Francisco, where Dr. Olney had been the director of the A.... Dr. Richard K. Olney, a leading physician and pioneer ...
... integrative health research. New council members include:Catherine Bushnell, Ph.D., is the Harold Griffith professor of anesthesia and professor in dentistry and neurology at McGill University, Montreal. ...
... night and day, they might have a terrific weight loss treatment. And companies are getting to work. But Dr. André Carpentier, an endocrinologist at the University of Sherbrooke in Quebec and lead ...
... at the University of California, Los Angeles, who treated the two patients. Both patients, who were legally blind, said in interviews that they had gains in eyesight that were meaningful for them. ...
... but plans to now get such a treatment would be premature," said stem cell expert Paul Knoepfler of the University of California, Davis, who had no role in the research. Last summer, each patient was injected ...
... Mark Williams is the author of "Mindfulness: An Eight-week Plan For Finding Peace in a Frantic World." He's also professor of clinical psychology at the University of Oxford in England. He joins us from ...
... age 65. “Bone density testing has been oversold,” said Steven Cummings, the study’s principal investigator and an emeritus professor of medical epidemiology and biostatistics at the University ...
J. Levine, Texas A&M UniversityNew research to help injured dogs walk again could lead to treatments for human spinal cord injuries. An experimental drug being tested on dachshunds and other dogs ...
... at age 65. “Bone density testing has been oversold,” said Steven Cummings, the study’s principal investigator and an emeritus professor of medical epidemiology and biostatistics at the University ...
... that it could allow us to move on to more precise guidelines," said Dr. Heidi Nelson, a researcher at the Oregon Health & Science University who is an expert on the topic. At issues are bone mineral ...
... don’t know they’re at risk until they break a bone, said Jeffrey Curtis, a rheumatologist at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, who was lead author of that study. “Doctors don’t think about it,” ...
... given, said Dr. Raul de Velasco, the clinical ethics program director at the University of Miami. "The mental disability should not be the reason why you should not receive a kidney," said de Velasco. ...
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