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Article ID: 20670

News Tips from The Schepens Eye Research Institute

Schepens Eye Research Institute

News tips from The Schepens features 1- novel way to promote corneal transplant survival, 2- prisms that help stroke victims, and 3- a new text on retinal diseases.

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21-Sep-2000 12:00 AM EDT
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Article ID: 20667

Purdue Center Lead Research In Dietary Supplements

Purdue University

Purdue University will become home to a national center for the study of dietary supplements. The National Institute of Health will invest $7M over five years in the Botanical Center for Age-Related Diseases.

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Article ID: 20666

Botanicals in Dietary Supplements

University of Alabama at Birmingham

Plants components will be studied for possible health benefits by UAB scientists through collaboration with a new federal Center for Dietary Supplements Research on Botanicals being announced at 12 noon, Sept. 20, by the National Institutes of Health.

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Article ID: 20664

Faculty Scholarship Focus by Academic Medicine

Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC)

The evolving definition of scholarship and its assessment at U.S. medical schools are the focus of the September issue of AAMC's Academic Medicine.

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Article ID: 20660

American Thoracic Society News Tips for September

American Thoracic Society (ATS)

1-urban living constitutes the biggest risk for asthma in children; 2-Tuberculosis has become the most common infection in HIV patients; 3-Prenatal steroids increase surfactant production in very premature infants with respiratory distress.

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Article ID: 20508

Concussion Prevents Children's Brains from Full Potential

University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), Health Sciences

For parents worried about the consequences of concussion in their children, a new UCLA study suggests that mild traumatic brain injury may impair a child's brain's ability to develop to its fullest potential.

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Article ID: 20511

Offspring of Premature Heart Attack Victims: Disease Signs

Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center

The offspring of adults who have had premature heart attacks show signs of blood vessel disease at young ages, even when they don't have other traditional risk factors for heart disease, report researchers in NEJM (9-21-00).

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Article ID: 20654

ACR Dismiss Canadian Screening Study

American College of Radiology (ACR)

A Canadian study published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute concludes that adding mammography for breast cancer screening to physical examinations does not reduce deaths. This study is badly flawed.

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Article ID: 20646

Physician Assistant Educational Programs Increase Enrollment

American Academy of Physician Assistants (AAPA)

The number of physician assistant educational programs and enrollment inceased in 1999, while the demographics of the students and characteristics of the programs have remained about the same as in the previous year.

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Article ID: 20634

Depression Puts Men at Risk

University of Redlands

Half as many men as women seek psychotherapy. Half as many men as women are diagnosed with depression. Yet men commit suicide up to eight times more often than women.

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