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Researchers Exploring Childhood Roots for Many ‘Diseases of Aging’
November 9, 2011 – 11:40 pm | No Comments
Researchers Exploring Childhood Roots for Many ‘Diseases of Aging’

Researchers Exploring Childhood Roots for Many ‘Diseases of Aging’ Cup those perfect little feet in the palm of your hand, and it’s nearly impossible to imagine that the seeds of future adult diseases – asthma, heart disease, diabetes and more – might have already been sown. But it’s true. And the closer researchers look into [...]

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When Doctor Becomes Patient, There’s Much to Learn
November 9, 2011 – 7:25 pm | No Comments
When Doctor Becomes Patient, There’s Much to Learn

When Doctor Becomes Patient, There’s Much to Learn November 09, 2011 Colleen Fogarty, M.D., jokes that the process of being diagnosed with breast cancer in 2009 was a little too much like a trip to Jiffy Lube, in an essay in which she urges her colleagues to refocus on patient-centered care. Published this week in the [...]

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Experts Offer Guidelines for Challenging Blood Clots
November 4, 2011 – 9:06 pm | No Comments
Experts Offer Guidelines for Challenging Blood Clots

Experts Offer Guidelines for Challenging Blood Clots … New guidelines set for treating clots URMC doctor R. James White, M.D., Ph.D., helps establish new guidelines for treating pulmonary hypertension and venous thromboembolism. … ### URMC pulmonologist R. James White, M.D., Ph.D., was among a panel of experts that helped the American Heart Association develop guidelines for [...]

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Wilmot Scientist Appointed to Prestigious Leadership Positions
November 3, 2011 – 8:25 pm | No Comments
Wilmot Scientist Appointed to Prestigious Leadership Positions

Wilmot Scientist Appointed to Prestigious Leadership Positions Jacqueline P. Williams, Ph.D., recognized by national and international organizations Jacqueline P. Williams, Ph.D., a University of Rochester faculty member and internationally recognized expert in radiation biology, has been named to leadership positions at three of the leading radiation oncology and research organizations in the world. The American [...]

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Scientists Explore Whether What Heals the Head Can Also Heal the Heart
November 2, 2011 – 11:28 pm | No Comments
Scientists Explore Whether What Heals the Head Can Also Heal the Heart

Scientists Explore Whether What Heals the Head Can Also Heal the Heart A diverse group of scientists – experts in cardiology, neurology, immunology, microbiology and chemistry – are teaming up to study drugs that show promise in the treatment of dementia for the treatment of an equally debilitating disease – heart failure. In this case, [...]

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Program Launched to Examine Disease Origins in Womb, Infancy, Childhood
November 2, 2011 – 11:27 pm | No Comments
Program Launched to Examine Disease Origins in Womb, Infancy, Childhood

Program Launched to Examine Disease Origins in Womb, Infancy, Childhood The beginning of life is an incredibly delicate period. Not only do those first few days of life play an important role in the development of a human being, but gestation, infancy and childhood play an integral role in lifelong health. Most adult diseases have [...]

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‘Muffin Test’ Predicts Heart Disease in Healthy, Young People
November 1, 2011 – 9:11 pm | No Comments
‘Muffin Test’ Predicts Heart Disease in Healthy, Young People

‘Muffin Test’ Predicts Heart Disease in Healthy, Young People New research presented at the Canadian Cardiovascular Congress in Vancouver reiterates the old adage that “you can’t judge a book by its cover.” As it turns out, investigators found that almost half of the seemingly healthy-looking study volunteers – trim 18- to 35-year-olds with normal blood pressure [...]

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Heart Disease Hides in Seemingly Healthy Youngsters
November 1, 2011 – 8:37 pm | No Comments
Heart Disease Hides in Seemingly Healthy Youngsters

Heart Disease Hides in Seemingly Healthy Youngsters … … Heart Disease Hides in Seemingly Healthy Youngsters New research presented at the Canadian Cardiovascular Congress in Vancouver reiterates the old adage that “you can’t judge a book by its cover.” As it turns out, investigators found that almost half of the seemingly healthy-looking study volunteers — [...]

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Hair Loss and More: When Stress Takes its Toll
October 25, 2011 – 11:08 pm | No Comments
Hair Loss and More: When Stress Takes its Toll

Hair Loss and More: When Stress Takes its Toll Last week, the celebrity gossip mill was atwitter with supermodel Tyra Banks’ juicy confession: The stress of writing her first fiction novel recently took a toll on her tresses. The model-turned-media-mogul claimed that she “got a little alopecia (hair loss)” while juggling her many professional pressures. [...]

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Growing Brainy Babies: Are IQ Destinies Cast in the Womb?
October 18, 2011 – 10:57 pm | No Comments
Growing Brainy Babies: Are IQ Destinies Cast in the Womb?

Growing Brainy Babies: Are IQ Destinies Cast in the Womb? Could babies be fated to become geniuses before they’re even born? And if so, can we predict their intellectual potential early on? It’s an interesting question. Pushing back the frontiers of research into babies’ budding brains, a recent study in the journalNeurology points out that, at least for [...]

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