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Dramatic Decline in Deaths and Hospitalization due to heart disease, strokes in US
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Take Heart — Americans Cardiac Health Is Improving

this week. Researchers at the Yale School of Medicine in New Haven, Conn. collected the medical data of nearly 34 million Medicaid-covered patients between 1999 and 2011 and found that Big News Network, 6 days ago
Patient-Centered Medical Home: the future of healthcare delivery? Postgraduate Medical Journal, 1 week ago

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Fertility specialist Patrizio wins 2014 RESOLVE Hope Award for Advocacy

Dr. Pasquale Patrizio, professor of obstetrics, gynecology & reproductive sciences at the Yale School of Medicine and director of the Yale Fertility Program, has been awarded the 2014 RESOLVE Hope Award for Advocacy. Patrizio is sharing this award ...
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Data on Neurons Described by Researchers at Yale University School of Medicine (The effect of inflammatory cell-derived MCP-1 loss on neuronal...

Data on Neurons Described by Researchers at Yale University School of Medicine (The effect of inflammatory cell-derived MCP-1 loss on neuronal survival during chronic neuroinflammation) By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Health & Medicine ...
 4 Traders1 week ago Scientists Stop Alzheimer's In Mice With STEP Inhibitor  Bioresearch Online2 weeks ago Experimental drug compound found to reverse effects of Alzheimer's in mice  Gizmag2 weeks ago Alzheimer's drug reverses damage  Sky News Australia3 weeks ago
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Study, Weight Loss Without Dieting Possible

Researchers at Yale University School of Medicine say that preventing weight gain could be as simple as calming the activity of a nuclear receptor in a tiny area of the brain. Blocking the effects of the nuclear receptor PPARGamma in a small ...
 Live Trading News2 weeks ago You can lose weight without dieting  IAfrica.com3 weeks ago Keep the neurons calm ... and lose weight weeks ago The brainy approach to diet-less weight loss  Malay Mail3 weeks ago

Neuronal 'Sweet Spot' Provides Clues to Curbing ...

A new study by Yale School of Medicine researchers reveals that preventing weight gain, obesity, and ultimately diabetes could be as simple as keeping a nuclear receptor from being activated in a small part of the brain. Published in the Aug. 1 ...
 MedIndia2 weeks ago Clues To Curbing Obesity Found In Brain's "Sweet Spot," Yale University School Of Medicine Study  BioSpace3 weeks ago Clues to Curbing Obesity Found in Neuronal Sweet Spot  ALN3 weeks ago Neuronal 'sweet spot' offers clues to obesity, diabetes  Medical News Today3 weeks ago
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Battle Against Alzheimer's: New Candidate for an Effective Drug

There is no effective treatment for Alzheimer's which affects over 5 million people.Reuters Researchers at Yale School of Medicine have developed a compound that improves cognitive functions in Alzheimer's disease with a single dose. In mice, ...
 International Business Times UK3 weeks ago
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Clinical trials of 'alternative medicines are damaging and a waste of money'

Professor David Gorski of Wayne State University and Steven Novella from Yale School of Medicine launched a scathing attack on alternative medicines Condemned scientists who carry out experiments into 'quack treatments' Branded reiki as 'faith ...
 Capital Bay6 days ago Experts denounce clinical trials of unscientific, 'alternative' medicines  EurekAlert!1 week ago Clinical trials of unscientific, 'alternative' medicines denounced by experts  Medical News Today5 days ago Experts Call for an End to Clinical Trials of Unscientific, 'Alternative' Medicines  MedIndia6 days ago
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The humanities strengthen the study of science (essay)

Would you like to see the brain collection? my guide asked, as we finished our tour of the Yale School of Medicine. What scientist could resist? I was expecting an impersonal chamber crammed with specimens and devices. Perhaps a brightly lit, ...
 Inside Higher Ed1 week ago In search for Alzheimer's drug, a major STEP forward  Fierce Biotech Research2 weeks ago Small molecule inhibitor reverses cognitive deficits of Alzheimer's in mice  Fierce Biotech Research2 weeks ago In search for Alzheimers drug  Big News Network2 weeks ago
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Researchers reveal weakness in defenses of deadly brain tumor

By Bill Hathaway - Glioblastoma is a complex, deadly, and hard-to-treat brain cancer, but Yale School of Medicine researchers may have found the tumor's Achilles heel. The researchers report in the Aug. 12 issue of the journal Science Signaling ...
 Health Canal2 weeks ago

Heart attacks kill younger women faster than men: Study

Aakriti Gupta, an Indian-origin researcher at the Yale School of Medicine, has found that women have longer hospital stays and are more likely than men to die in the hospital after a heart attack."Younger women are a vulnerable yet understudied group with ...
 Prokerala1 month ago Obese Women Miss Cues Tied to Food and Rewards  Epoch Times3 weeks ago
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