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Plasmonic, Microchip-Based Test Could Improve Diabetes Diagnosis
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Plasmonic, Microchip-Based Test Could Improve Diabetes Diagnosis

By Researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine have created a new microchip that uses nanotechnology to diagnose type-1 diabetes. With the new test, not only do we anticipate being able to diagnose diabetes more efficiently and more ... Medical Design Online, 1 week ago

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Obesity before pregnancy linked to preterm births

The findings from the Stanford University School of Medicine provide important clues as to what triggers extremely preterm births, specifically those that occur prior to 28 weeks of pregnancy. The study found no link between maternal obesity and premature ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Obesity Prior to Pregnancy Linked to Preterm Births  Med India1 month ago
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Fluorescence-based biosensor can diagnose Type 1 diabetes at low cost

Researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine (Stanford, CA) have developed a fluorescence- and microchip-based biosensor device for diagnosing Type 1 diabetes that could improve patient care worldwide and help researchers better ...
 OptoIQ6 days ago Stanford researchers invent nanotech microchip to diagnose type-1 diabetes  Financial Content5 days ago Google's Next Project: Discover What The Perfectly Healthy Person Looks Like  Red Orbit2 days ago New Nano-Chip Makes it Easy to Spot the Difference In Diabetes  European Medical Device Technology1 week ago
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Study examines postoperative pneumonia prevention program in surgical ward

PUBLIC RELEASE DATE: 23-Jul-2014 Bottom Line: Author: Hadiza S. Kazaure, M.D., of the Stanford University School of Medicine, California, and colleagues. Background: Pneumonia is a common infection that accounts for about 15 percent of all ...
 EurekAlert!5 days ago
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Love is an effective painkiller, researchers say

A recent study published by researchers from Stanford University School of Medicine suggests that intense feelings of either love or infatuation provides extremely effective pain relief that is comparable to drugs such as morphine or cocaine. Reward ...
 Examiner.com1 week ago Dartmouth Researchers Study Technology to Restore Memory Function  Health Canal1 week ago Male Infertility Linked to Mortality: Study  Med India2 months ago Study Shows Way to Predict Dangerously Low Overnight Blood Sugar Levels in Diabetics  Med India2 months ago
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Physical Exercise: How Much Do You Really Need?

A study that will be published next month from the Stanford University School of Medicine concludes that physical activity beats diet when it comes to fighting obesity. Some argue, in fact that physical exercise is the best medicine available. The ...
 The Guardian Express2 weeks ago Why America Is Obese: Were Not Exercising Enough, Study Says  Philadelphia Magazine2 weeks ago The Surprising Truth About What's Really Making America Fat  Care22 weeks ago It's Lack of Exercise—Not Calories—That Make Us Fat, Study Says  Time2 weeks ago
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Study Lack of exercise not overeating likely to blame for obesity epidemic

Researchers from Stanford University School of Medicine report a strong correlation between the rise in obesity and a striking drop in the amount of time Americans spend exercising when not at
 Big News Network2 weeks ago Study: Obesity Surge Fueled by Sedentary Lifestyle  VOA News2 weeks ago Lack of exercise to blame for rising obesity, study says  FOXNews.com2 weeks ago
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Lack Of Exercise, Not Diet, Linked To Weight Gain, Stanford University School of Medicine Research Shows

7/8/2014 6:14:34 AM Lack Of Exercise, Not Diet, Linked To Rise In Obesity, Stanford Research Shows An examination of national health survey results suggests that inactivity, rather than higher calorie intake, could be driving the surge in ...
 BioSpace2 weeks ago Obesity is due to lack of exercise, not bad diet, claim Stanford scientists  Examiner.com2 weeks ago Insufficient exercise, not diet, is the cause of soaring obesity, say scientists  Examiner.com2 weeks ago Obesity linked to not enough exercise  Examiner.com2 weeks ago

Ludwig Elects Oncologist Philip A. Pizzo MD to Board of Directors

, New York, NY - Former dean of the Stanford University School of Medicine and pediatric cancer care pioneer, Philip A. Pizzo, MD, joins the Board of Directors of
 Big News Network2 weeks ago MyChart Use Skyrocketing Among Cancer Patients  Infrosoft2 weeks ago

Dual oncogene inhibition can prevent resistance [Medical Sciences]

, Yulin Li , and Dean W. Felsher 1 Division of Oncology, Departments of Medicine, Pathology, and Molecular Imaging, Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, CA 94305 Edited by Stephen R. Hann, ...
 PNAS3 hours ago
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