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Teaching Our Children to Understand and Confront Hate Still Remains Our Greatest Hope and Protection for Them
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Alzheimer???s Didn???t Cause Memory Loss For These Superaging 90-Year Olds, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine Study

The defective proteins that are widely thought to kill brain neurons and cause, or at least indicate, Alzheimer's disease do not always have that calamitous result, scientists reported on Monday, raising more doubts about conventional approaches to ...
 BioSpace2 weeks ago Some people with Alzheimer's seem to resist memory loss  Business Insider2 weeks ago Their brains had the telltale signs of Alzheimer's. So why did they still have nimble minds?  StatNews.com2 weeks ago

67% of NFL players return to high-level of play after cervical spine surgery: 6 highlights

Chicago-based Northwestern Feinberg School of Medicine researchers found most NFL players who have surgery for a herniated disc in the cervical spine make it back on the field at normal function. The study involved 53 NFL players who had surgery ...
 Becker's Spine Review1 month ago Back surgery: Many NFL players return to play and perform at a high level  UPI1 month ago Back Surgery Doesn't Knock All NFL Players Out of the Game: Study  Health Finder1 month ago

Gun Violence and Firearm Safety in Medical School Curricula: Missed Opportunities to Improve Patient Health

In medical school, students learn to understand patients as a whole, stepping back from their medical conditions to see the bigger picture. We are taught that the goal in taking a medical history is to understand the factors putting the patient's ...
 Journal of the American Medical Association3 days ago Exploring New Endpoints for Patients With Heart Failure With Preserved Ejection Fraction [Development of Therapeutics for Heart Failure]  Circulation: Heart Failure2 weeks ago Health literacy can be a life-or-death matter  Georgia Health News1 month ago Expert Addresses Common Misconceptions About Medical Marijuana Use in Patients With Cancer  CURE Magazine1 month ago
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A med school lesson in peanut butter sandwiches could one day save your life

Anywhere between tens of thousands and hundreds of thousands of Americans, depending on whom you ask, die of medical errors each year. Now, universities are looking to address that factby teaching clinicians and administrators to see medical ...
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ALLAKOS : Expands License Agreement with The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Allakos, Inc. today announced the expansion of a license agreement with The Johns Hopkins University relating to the intellectual property of Siglec-8, a potential therapeutic target for a variety of diseases related to inflammation and fibrosis, ...
 4 Traders4 days ago Allakos Expands License Agreement with The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine  TMC Net4 days ago

Study finds arthritis drug significantly effective in treating Crohn's disease

Researchers at University of California San Diego School of Medicine have shown that ustekinumab, a human antibody used to treat arthritis, significantly induces response and remission in patients with moderate to severe Crohn's disease. Results of ...
 EurekAlert!2 weeks ago

Rebuttal From Dr Wuderink

Conflict of interest statement: Dr. Wunderink has personally received consultation fees from Bayer Professor of Medicine, Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, 676North St. Clair Street, Arkes 14-015, Chicago, IL USA 60611 ...
 CHEST1 day ago

Policy, Economics Show Med Students the Big Picture

Second-year medical student Jeffrey Roberson says listening to a panel of parents whose children have asthma talk about how the cost and convenience of treatment dictated their choices was an eye-opener for him. The student says that was of the most ...
 US News & World Report2 weeks ago

Scientists Use 3-D Printing To Develop Customized Biodegradable Stents

(Credit: Diagnostic and Interventional Cardiology) Most people have heard about personalized medicine. But how about personalized medical devices? Northwestern Engineering's Guillermo Ameer and Cheng Sun have teamed up to use 3-D printing to ...
 Medical Design Technology1 month ago 3-D printing customized vascular stents  EurekAlert!1 month ago
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