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Article ID: 11270

Highlights for Stroke Awareness Month in May

Cedars-Sinai

Delaying seeking medical help after experiencing slurred speech or other signs of stroke is the biggest mistake patients can make, says a Cedars-Sinai neurologist. A stroke's impact depends on its size, area of the brain affected, and how quickly treatment is initiated.

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Conference on Spirituality, Healing and Health

University of Arizona

"Spirituality, Healing, and Health: A Transformative Vision" is an international conference April 11-13 at the Holiday Inn City Center in downtown Tucson sponsored by The University of Arizona that will focus on healing as a transformative experience of one's interior life that leads to a state of spiritual well being and health.

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Article ID: 11265

New Pediatric Emergency Facility Provides State-of-the-Art "TLC"

Cedars-Sinai

Cedars-Sinai is taking much of the trauma out of a trip to the ER. A major renovation effort and a progressive approach to pediatric emergency care has resulted in special services, surroundings for the nearly 9,000 children treated in the emergency dept. each year.

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Stakes Higher for 1999 Entrepreneurial Competition

Purdue University

The 12th Annual Burton D. Morgan Entrepreneurial Competition at Purdue University will pit student entrepreneurs against each other for a $20,000 first prize and the chance to get their business off the ground.

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Article ID: 11261

Molecular Clock, Fossil Record of Mammalian Evolution

University of Chicago

A research team led by a University of Chicago paleontologist has developed a mathematical model that could resolve the conflict between the molecular clock and fossil record methods of charting mammalian evolution.

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La Nina Cycle Puts New Twist on Tornado Season

Purdue University

Last year's El Nino brought a variety of weather-related woes, but this year's La Nina may stir up double trouble during the tornado season for Indiana, Arkansas and Mississippi and the western parts of Kentucky and Tennessee.

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Laparoscopic Procedure Shortens Hospital Stay for Kidney Donors

University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus

A University of Colorado Health Sciences Center transplant team was the first in Colorado to use a new laparoscopic technique to remove a kidney from a living donor.

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One of Five Children Will Try Inhalants

Washington University in St. Louis

Approximately one out of every five American children will experiment with inhalants before they complete eighth grade, said Matthew Howard, author of two recently published studies on inhalant abuse among children.

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Credibility Important in Choosing Employee Wellness Materials

Mayo Clinic

Credibility of the source is the most important factor when organizations select and distribute wellness materials to their employees, a survey conducted by Mayo Clinic HealthQuest reveals.

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Traditional American Family Is on the Decline

University at Buffalo

The obvious decline of the traditional family, a trend marked by increasing rates of divorce and cohabitation, illustrates the paradoxical nature of Americans' hot and cold attitude toward marriage and family, says a University at Buffalo sociologist.

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