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Why Stanford Children's Health is America's Leading Training Ground for Child Neurologists
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Exercise is the best medicine - training the doctors of the fu...

Nottingham University Medical School has launched a pioneering new resource which it is hoped will help train doctors all over the world in the importance of exercise in clinical treatment and disease prevention. The new module has been developed ... Health Canal, 8 hours ago

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Better Cystic Fibrosis Test Invented

Researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine have developed a fast, inexpensive and highly accurate test to screen newborns for cystic fibrosis. The new method detects virtually all mutations in the CF gene, preventing missed diagnoses ...
 Bioscience Technology Online4 days ago Cutting Edge DNA Technology Could Boost Cystic Fibrosis Screening For Newborns  Washington Post2 days ago Stanford develops more accurate test for cystic fibrosis  MyInforms1 day ago Fast, Accurate Cystic Fibrosis Test Developed At Stanford University 2/2/2016  ClinicSpace4 days ago

Properly working sleep gene can reduce heart failure risk

Researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine have identified a gene involved in the control of sleep that, when working properly, appears to reduce the risk of heart failure and improve treatment outcome, says a study."We have noticed some ...
 Prokerala2 months ago

Glowing Tumors That Could Improve Cancer Surgery Are Getting Closer To Reality, Stanford University School of Medicine Study

When a patient is diagnosed with a solid tumor cancer, one of the first options for treatment is often surgical removal of the tumor. But the biggest challenge for surgery as a treatment for cancer is determining, at a cellular level, the border ...
 BioSpace2 weeks ago
Tech Times

Wearable device detects, analyzes real-time changes in chemical composition of sweat

Stanford School of Medicine (via noodls) / What's more personal than sweat? 'Sweat is hugely amenable to wearable applications and a rich source of information, so our first step in developing wearable biosensing technologies was to think about ...
 Noodls12 hours ago Stanford-Berkeley device detects, analyzes changes in composition of sweat  EurekAlert!1 week ago The Science Behind Your Sweat week ago Forget Fitbit And Apple Watch: These Wearables Tell You About Your Health On A Molecular Level  Tech Times1 week ago
Medical News Today

Individuals' medical histories predicted by their noncoding genomes

Stanford School of Medicine (via noodls) / Importance of regulatory regions The reers focused their analyses on a relatively small proportion of each person's genome - the sequences of regulatory regions that have been faithfully conserved among ...
 Noodls1 day ago Medical school opens a new office to help faculty with grant applications  Noodls2 weeks ago

New Study Explores Impact of Sit-Stand Equipment on Chronic Low Back Pain

furthers its commitment to medical research and workplace wellness with participation in new Stanford University study Low back pain is one of the most common causes of job-related disabilities, influencing employee productivity and ultimately ...
 PressReleasePoint2 weeks ago
Huffington Post

How Meditation Benefits CEOs

Associate Director, Stanford University Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education Creatas via Mindfulness is quickly following yoga in becoming a billion-dollar industry. It's no surprise, then, that the popularity of meditation ...
 Huffington Post1 day ago

Herbert L. Abrams, a founder of doctors anti-nuclear group that won 1985 Nobel Peace Prize, dies at 95

By , Herbert L. Abrams, a pioneering physician, student of presidential disability and co-founder of a medical group that received the Nobel Peace Prize for its work to eliminate the possibility of nuclear war, died Jan.20 at his home in Palo ...
 Washington Post6 days ago Dr. Herbert L. Abrams, Who Worked Against Nuclear War, Dies at 95  MyInforms1 week ago Herbert Abrams, pioneering radiologist and anti-nuclear activist at Stanford, dies at 95  Stanford Report1 week ago
Times Higher Education Supplement

Priced out: housing cost headaches for universities and staff

Laura (not her real name) is a lecturer at the University of Oxford. Her salary is more than 60 per cent higher than the UK average, and she describes her academic position as a dream job. But she fears that she may have no choice but to leave. ...
 Times Higher Education Supplement1 week ago The $100 million gifts that fueled a record year for universities  Crains ChicagoBusiness1 week ago U.S. Universities Raised a Record $40.3 Billion Last Year  Bloomberg1 week ago Nanochemistry and Nanomedicine for Nanoparticle-based Diagnostics and Therapy  Chemical Reviews2 weeks ago
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