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CRI Scientists Increase Our Understanding of the Genetic Basis of Neuropsychiatric Disorders

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A study by scientists at the Children’s Medical Center Research Institute at UT Southwestern (CRI) is providing insight into the genetic basis of neuropsychiatric disorders. In this research, the first mouse model of a mutation in the ARID1B gene was created and then used to show that growth hormone treatments reverse some manifestations of the mutation.

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Hamon Center Researcher to Lead International ‘Dream Team’ on Regenerative Heart Medicine

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Regeneration specialists at UT Southwestern Medical Center will join a “dream team” of international researchers seeking ways to regenerate damaged heart muscle in heart failure patients.

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Physcians, Doctors, Medicine, health reform, Health, Health Care, Research, data, Statistics, Census, Census Data, Medical Schools

Physician Census Identifies 953,695 Actively Licensed Physicians in U.S.

Every two years, the Federation of State Medical Boards (FSMB) releases a census of all actively licensed physicians in the United States.

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Weight Gain, Weight Loss, Heart Conditions, Heart Health, Ut Southwestern

Even Small Weight Gain Is Bad for the Heart

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Modest weight gains – even among those who aren’t overweight – can cause dangerous changes to the heart, but small amounts of weight loss can improve the condition, new research from UT Southwestern Medical Center cardiologists shows.

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Research, Calories, Circadian Rhythms, O’Donnell Brain Institute, Ut Southwestern

Study: Eating at ‘Wrong Time’ Affects Body Weight, Circadian Rhythms

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A new high-precision feeding system for lab mice reinforces the idea that the time of day food is eaten is more critical to weight loss than the amount of calories ingested.

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Overweight, Breathing, Preteens, Respiratory System, Ut Southwestern

Do Breathing Issues Hamper Exercise in Overweight Preteens?

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Do overweight children have more breathing limitations, intolerance for exercise, and breathlessness when exercising than normal weight children, leading to possible misdiagnosis for conditions such as asthma?

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Ut Southwestern, Pharmaceuticals, Biochemistry

Researchers Report Chemical Reaction with Potential to Speed Drug Development

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Chemists have long sought to develop new reactions for the direct conversion of simple hydrocarbon building blocks into valuable materials such as pharmaceuticals in a way that dependably creates the same chemical bonds and orientations. UT Southwestern researchers have hit upon a novel way to do that.

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FSMB Releases Recommendations on Improving Information-Sharing and Reporting

The Federation of State Medical Boards (FSMB) released a comprehensive summary and recommendations today from a summit meeting it hosted earlier this year to discuss how diverse organizations compile and share information about health care practitioners – including unprofessional conduct and disciplinary issues – and how such information could be better utilized to protect the public.

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Kidney Cancer, Cancer, Ut Southwestern

Combo Immunotherapy May Herald New Standard of Care for Kidney Cancer

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Combination therapy with two immunotherapy drugs produces an unprecedented doubling of response rates from 20 percent to 40 percent, a new study shows.

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Ut Southwestern, Autism, Early Diagnosis, Peter O’Donnell Jr. Brain Institute

Possible Early Diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder

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Measuring a set of proteins in the blood may enable earlier diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder (ASD), according to a study from the Peter O’Donnell Jr. Brain Institute at UT Southwestern Medical Center.







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