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Article ID: 693384

​How to Help Coaches Identify and Report Suspected Child Abuse

Ohio State University

A program designed to help coaches learn to identify and report suspected child abuse and neglect among their players has measurable impact 10 months later, a new study shows.

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In Huntington's Disease, Heart Problems Reflect Broader Effects of Abnormal Protein

Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

Researchers investigating a key signaling protein in Huntington’s disease describe deleterious effects on heart function, going beyond the disease’s devastating neurological impact. By adjusting protein levels affecting an important biological pathway, the researchers improved heart function in mice, shedding light on the biology of this fatal disease.

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Article ID: 693296

Research Explains Link Between Exercise and Appetite Loss

Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Ever wonder why intense exercise temporarily curbs your appetite? In research described in today’s issue of PLOS Biology, Albert Einstein College of Medicine researchers reveal that the answer is all in your head—more specifically, your arcuate nucleus.

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Girls with Type 2 Diabetes Have a High Rate of Irregular Periods

Endocrine Society

Girls diagnosed with type 2 diabetes have a high frequency of menstrual irregularities, according to a new study published in the Endocrine Society’s Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism.

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Skin-to-Skin to Breastfeeding: Jacobs Medical Center Receives Baby Friendly Designation

University of California San Diego Health

From holding your baby for the first time to bonding through breastfeeding, UC San Diego Health is committed to providing the highest quality of care and support for the best start to parenthood and life. Recently, Jacobs Medical Center in La Jolla was recognized with the prestigious Baby-Friendly Designation for the services offered to our tiniest patients and their moms.

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UT Physicians Offer No-Cost Online Screenings for Varicose Veins

University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston

Finding out if varicose veins warrant medical attention can be done in the comfort of your home, thanks to a service provided by UT Physicians, the clinical practice of McGovern Medical School at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth).

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Article ID: 693376

A Game Changer: Protein Clustering Powered by Supercomputers

Department of Energy, Office of Science

New algorithm lets biologists harness massively parallel supercomputers to make sense of a protein “data deluge.”

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Wizard of Oz Iconic Crystal Ball Visits Cornell Library

Cornell University

The crystal ball from the movie “The Wizard of Oz” – one of Hollywood’s most iconic objects – is coming to Cornell University Library this spring.

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Loyola Medicine Surgeon Performs Rare Surgery to Repair Traumatic Shoulder Injury

Loyola University Health System

A car accident left college student James Brod with a severe shoulder injury that normally would require a joint replacement surgery. Loyola Medicine orthopaedic surgeon Dane Salazar, MD, performed an alternative procedure that is done on a handful of patients at academic medical centers.

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