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Article ID: 696361

3-D Printing Offers Quick, Cost-Effective Solution to Help Train Aspiring Nurses

University of Alabama Huntsville

UAH SMAP Center student interns have created a variety of cost-effective 3-D printed task trainers to be used by students in UAH’s College of Nursing.

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Article ID: 696364

Fetal T cells are first responders to infection in adults

Cornell University

Cornell University researchers have discovered there is a division of labor among immune cells that fight invading pathogens in the body.

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Article ID: 696325

Helping Pediatric Cancer Survivors Better Understand Late Effects from Treatment

Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey

Cardiac late effects will be the focus of an upcoming ‘Survivors Family Education Night’ hosted by Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey. Supported by a grant from the National Children’s Cancer Society, the event targets pediatric cancer survivors.

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Article ID: 696205

Alcohol Problems Predict Increased Sex without Condoms among Black Gay Men

Research Society on Alcoholism

Gay and bisexual men are disproportionately affected by HIV/AIDS illness and death in the U.S., accounting for 70 percent of new HIV infections. Furthermore, among men who have sex with men (MSM), black MSM are disproportionately at risk of HIV infection. Alcohol consumption may play a role in HIV transmission because it can lead individuals to have sex without using a condom. This study examined the links between condom use and drinking, before and during sex, and alcohol-use problems.

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Article ID: 696357

First in-Patient Adult Epilepsy Monitoring Unit Opens in Delaware

Christiana Care Health System

To increase access to advanced neurological care, Christiana Care Health System has opened the first Epilepsy Monitoring Unit (EMU) in the First State.

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Article ID: 696353

Life-Saving Stroke Educational Program Goes Global

Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania

In an effort to improve stroke recognition and reduce life-threatening pre-hospital delays worldwide, researchers at Penn Medicine created a universal stroke awareness program, Stroke 112.

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Article ID: 696293

Deep Brain Stimulation showing promise for patients with mild Alzheimer’s disease over age 65

University Health Network (UHN)

An age group analysis of data from the ADvance trial has shown that participants over the age of 65 continue to derive the most benefit from Deep Brain Stimulation of the fornix (DBS-f), as observed in the data from the phase 2 findings (12 – 24 months) of the Phase II trial.

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Researchers Use Gene Silencing to Alleviate Common Ataxia

Michigan Medicine - University of Michigan

In what researchers are calling a game changer for future ataxia treatments, a new study showed the ability to turn down the disease progression of the most common dominantly inherited ataxia, Spinocerebellar ataxia type 3 (SCA3), also known as Machado-Joseph disease. A single gene mutation causes this neurodegenerative disease, making it an ideal target for researchers.

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Article ID: 696342

Lyme Disease Cases Among Children Are on the Rise in Western Pennsylvania

Health Sciences at the University of Pittsburgh

Doctors found that cases of Lyme disease in children have increased exponentially in western Pennsylvania.

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20-Jun-2018 9:00 AM EDT
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