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College of Medicine gets new ophthalmology chair

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After a year and a half as interim chairman, Dr. Sonal S

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College of Medicine gets new ophthalmology chair

New research sheds light on how popular probiotic benefits the gut

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( University of Maryland School of Medicine ) One of the most well-known gut bacteria is Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG, which may help in a range of illnesses, including intestinal problems and respiratory infections. But a key question has remained unanswered: How does Lactobacillus rhamnosus GG actually help? Now, researchers have come up with an explanation

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Adherence to blood thinner best with pharmacist management, Stanford researcher says

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Patients are more likely to take a new type of blood thinner correctly and without missing doses when they are managed by pharmacists, rather than only by doctors or nurses, according to a study co-authored by a researcher at the Stanford University School of Medicine.

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New WHO statement on public reporting of clinical trial results announced

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( PLOS ) The WHO have announced a new statement on the public disclosure of clinical trial results which updates and expands a previous statement that noted the 'the registration of all interventional trials is a scientific, ethical, and moral responsibility.' The new statement includes timelines by which researchers are expected to report clinical trials results. In this week's PLOS Medicine …

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Penn Medicine pain management study reveals patient confusion about opioid addiction

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( University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine ) Emergency department patients have misperceptions about opioid dependence and want more information about their pain management options, according to a new study from researchers at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. The study, published online in the Annals of Emergency Medicine, found that patients seen in the …

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Emergency Medicine Physicians and Welsh, Carson, Anderson & Stowe Announce Formation of US Acute Care Solutions

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NEW YORK & CANTON, Ohio–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Emergency Medicine Physicians (“EMP”), one of the nation’s largest emergency medicine providers, and Welsh, Carson, Anderson & Stowe (“WCAS”), a leading healthcare investment firm, today announced the establishment of US Acute Care Solutions (“USACS”). USACS will be majority-owned by physicians and is focused on building a national leader in emergency …

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Modernizing Medicine to Showcase Third Generation Cloud, Mobile, Data EHR Technology at HIMSS15

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Modernizing Medicine, Inc., the creator of the Electronic Medical Assistant® , a cloud-based, specialty-specific electronic health record system, will showcase its new

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One type of airway cell can regenerate another lung cell type

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( University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine ) There's a new way that lung tissue can regenerate after injury, showing that lung tissue has more dexterity in repairing tissue than once thought. These aren't classic stem cells regenerating the lung, but are mature lung cells that awaken in response to injury.

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New bike trails at Medicine Park

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Mountain bikers hit the trails of Medicine Park Saturday all a part of their big mountain bike festival.

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Human Stem Cells Shape a New Approach to Autism Research (Op-Ed)

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Alysson Muotri is an associate professor in the Department of Pediatrics and Cellular & Molecular Medicine at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine and Rady Children's Hospital San Diego. Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a devastating human condition, a lifelong developmental disability that is confounding both in life — where it seems to appear suddenly and without warning …

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