Children with Disabilities Benefit from Classroom Inclusion

The secret to boosting the language skills of preschoolers with disabilities may be to put them in classrooms with typically developing peers, a new study finds.

– Ohio State University|28-Jul-2014 9:00 AM EDT

Developmental Music Therapy Class for Babies Creates Good Vibes

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A new Vanderbilt developmental music therapy class for babies ages 6 months to 24 months is serving as a valuable tool to help infants like Duke reach their full potential.

– Vanderbilt University Medical Center|28-Jul-2014 9:00 AM EDT

Put Lean Bison Meat on Your Family's Menu

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Incorporate more lean protein into your diet by opening the pages of "Bison: My Way!" cookbook. Discover creativity and nutritional know-how as Kristin Olson shows how to enhance the true American food. The cookbook contains 25 recipes featuring bison as the main protein in entrees, salads, soups and stews for beginner to expert cooks. Recipes for Olson's famous berry sauces are also sprinkled throughout the pages.

– South Dakota State University|28-Jul-2014 8:30 AM EDT

The Guardian of Genome and Targeted Therapies in Non Diabetic, HER2 Positive Breast Cancer Patients: Adding New Dowels to a Dated Puzzle

Research in breast cancer has lately allowed to characterize molecular features that have increasingly become the targets for novel therapeutic interventions. Trastuzumab has revolutionized the treatment of patients with HER2 positive breast cancer. At the same time, we have gained knowledge on the importance of glucose metabolism in several tumours, including breast cancer

– Sbarro Health Research Organization (SHRO)|28-Jul-2014 8:00 AM EDT

It Takes More Than Practice to Excel, CWRU’s New Psychologist Reports

Case Western Reserve University’s new assistant professor of psychology Brooke N. Macnamara, PhD, and colleagues have overturned a 20-year-old theory that people who excel in their fields are those who practiced the most.

– Case Western Reserve University|28-Jul-2014 8:00 AM EDT

Major Advances in Alzheimer’s, Colon Cancer, Multiple Myeloma, and Sleep Apnea Testing, and in Maternal-Fetal Health Research to Be Highlighted at 2014 AACC Annual Meeting

The groundbreaking scientific studies featured at the 2014 AACC Annual Meeting & Clinical Lab Expo will include research on a blood test for Alzheimer’s that uses biochip technology, a new test to diagnose colon cancer early, a more accurate method for determining multiple myeloma prognosis, a less stressful test for sleep apnea, and the development of a bank of biospecimens from pregnant women that could prove crucial for women’s health research.

– American Association for Clinical Chemistry (AACC)|28-Jul-2014 8:00 AM EDT

CWRU Film Researcher Edits New BuñUel Memoir, with Entries on Famed Surrealist Filmmaker Father Luis BuñUel

An unedited family memoir by film director Juan Luis Buñuel, eldest son of famed Spanish surrealist filmmaker Luis Buñuel, spent 10 years in Linda Ehrlich’s closet. With Juan Luis’ permission, Ehrlich, an associate professor of modern languages and film studies at Case Western Reserve University, edited the manuscript, recently published as Good Films, Cheap Wine, Few Friends: A Memoir (Shika Press, 2014).

– Case Western Reserve University|28-Jul-2014 7:00 AM EDT

Drug May Aid Multiple Myeloma Patients Who Suffer from Low Platelet Counts

A University of Utah School of Medicine-led study has identified a previously unknown but crucial component in the process to make platelets, a discovery that could help spare multiple myeloma patients from a dangerous side effect of the primary drug (bortezomib) used to treat their cancer.

– University of Utah Health Sciences|27-Jul-2014 6:00 PM EDT
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