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SYSTEM RESEARCH : Reports from Oregon Health and Science Unive...

By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Pain & Central Nervous System Week -- Investigators publish new report on Nervous System Research . According to news reporting from Portland, Oregon , by NewsRx journalists, research stated, "Simplicity is ... 4 Traders, 4 days ago
Antibiotics Myths Still Common Among Parents US News & World Report, 2 weeks ago
Tech Times

Magnetic Pulses Might Provide Long-Lasting Tinnitus Relief: No, It Will Not Suck Your Brain Out

A new study conducted by researchers from the Oregon Health & Science University and the Veterans Affairs Portland Medical Center suggests that a transcranial magnetic stimulation system typically used for depression treatment could also help ...
 Tech Times2 weeks ago Magnetic Pulses to Brain May Ease Ringing in the Ears  MedicineNet.com1 week ago CBS Health: Magnetic pulses to the brain may ease ringing in ears  CBS News1 week ago Magnetic pulses may ease ringing in the ears  Yahoo! India2 weeks ago
Med India

How cocaine, amphetamines play havoc with brain's normal functioning

porter in the brain. The discovery of Vollum Institute at Oregon Health and Science University paves the way for developing treatments that could blunt the effects of cocaine and amphetamines in patients who are addicted. The dopamine transporter serves as a ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Role of Cocaine and Amphetamines Play Havoc With Brain's Normal Functioning  Med India2 months ago

Breast cancer survivors who experience pain during intercourse may benefit from lidocaine

( Oregon Health & Science University ) Scientists at Oregon Health & Science University report that breast cancer survivors who experience pain during sexual intercourse, a common side effect of breast cancer treatment, may achieve comfort when ...
 Infrosoft6 days ago Lidocaine benefits breast cancer survivors who experience pain during intercourse  NigerianHerald.com6 days ago Menopause: Lidocaine Compress May Ease Coital Pain (CME/CE)  MedPage Today5 days ago
Bioscience Technology Online

Magnetic Pulses To The Brain Deliver Long-Lasting Relief For Tinnitus Patients, Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) Study

Depression treatment tool holds tremendous promise for patients with debilitating condition PORTLAND, Ore. - In the largest U.S. clinical trial of its kind funded by the Veterans Affairs (VA) Rehabilitation Research and Development Service, ...
 BioSpace2 days ago Magnetic pulses to brain provide tinnitus patients long-lasting relief: VA, OHSU study  PharmaBiz2 weeks ago Transcranial magnetic stimulation holds promise for tinnitus patients  News-Medical.Net2 weeks ago Magnetic Pulses to the Brain Could Silence Tinnitus  Medical Design Technology2 weeks ago

Can You Hear Me? Hearing Loss Results From Taking Some Antibiotics For Bacterial Infections

Sometimes, the more you try to help, the worse you make it. Researchers at Oregon Health and Science University have found that patients with bacterial infections are at a greater risk of deafness when theyre treated with higher doses of ...
 Medical Daily3 days ago Inflammation Could Up Risk of Hearing Loss With Antibiotic  Physician's Briefing3 days ago Antibiotics increase risk of hearing loss in patients with deadly bacterial infections  EurekAlert!4 days ago Certain antibiotics linked to increased risk of hearing loss in preemies  Examiner.com3 days ago

Oregon State Faculty to Receive $4.6 Million in Grants for Early Childhood Learning Research

Reers in Oregon State University's College of Public Health and Human Sciences have been awarded $4.6 million in federal grants to study how to better prepare at-risk children for school. Oregon State reer Dr. Shannon Lipscomb will receive $1.5 ...
 Noodls2 weeks ago Gift establishes professorship in humanitarian engineering at Oregon State  Noodls1 week ago

Bacon-flavored seaweed could be coming soon to a menu near you

A dulse, lettuce and tomato sandwich (iStock) A marine scientist at Oregon State University has patented a strain of edible seaweed he says is packed withminerals, vitamins and antioxidants. Oh, and when fried, it tastes like bacon. Yes, you ...
 UnitedHealthcare2 weeks ago Researchers patent bacon-tasting seaweed  IFI Online1 week ago Guilt Free Superfood That Tastes Like Bacon, Oregon State University Reveals 7/20/2015  ClinicSpace2 weeks ago Seaweed That Tastes Like Bacon Is the Next True Superfood  Mens Journal2 weeks ago

WesternU to welcome more than 1,100 new students

Western University of Health Sciences will welcome more than 1,100 new students to the beginning of their health professions careers at Convocation and white coat ceremonies in Lebanon, Oregon and Pomona, California. WesternU will hold its ...
 Noodls5 days ago
Fast Company

Yes, This Super Healthy Seaweed Really Does Taste Like Bacon (We Tried It)

Could it be the next kale? The quest to engineer the mother of all superfoods that scientists describe as "like God's vegetable." It sounds like the holy grail of vegetables. Packed with iron, calcium, magnesium, and protein, a type of seaweed ...
 Fast Company1 week ago Scientists find seaweed that tastes like bacon  Yahoo! 7 Finance2 weeks ago Scientists discover bacon alternate  CNBC2 weeks ago Seabacon: Good For The Sea, Good For You  Care21 week ago
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