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... Ill. May 14, 2013 Head protection plays ... any athlete participating in helmeted sports. In a ... Translational Genomics Research Institute (TGen), and Easton-Bell Sports through ... on a study designed to advance athlete concussion detection ...
... Chicago,s Center for Clinical and Translational Science has selected ... The $30,000 per year pilot grants, designed to ... been given by the center since 2006. "The ... opportunity for UIC investigators to develop their ideas and ...
... artery disease who undergo treatment at the University of Maryland ... found in their genes. As part of a new personalized ... help doctors determine which medication a patient should take after ... could lead to serious and potentially fatal heart ...
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... research finds melanotan-1 a new drug combined with sunlight helps ... MT-1 is a synthetic agent that is similar to the ... previous research, investigators showed MT-1 can induce tanning in human ... without the use of sunlight. Researchers conducted three different clinical ...
... when the fluid that flows in and out of the ... A new study shows pressure-lowering eye drops may delay ... nearly 50 percent of blacks, who are at higher risk ... the leading cause of blindness in the black community, and ...
... began distributing a new vaccine to children. Researchers found ... invasive pneumococcal disease (pneumonia or meningitis) decreased among both ... occurred among whites and 8,780 fewer cases occurred among ... years, 1998 and 1999. Before the introduction of the ...
... with spinal or chest wall deformities face many serious health ... kids a new lease on life. Prior to the experimental ... spine, and the child would eventually end up with a ... say specialists. ,The titanium rib is an expandable prosthesis ...
... sophisticated new scientific technique to look for all the ways ... body.It turns out the medication, which is known to keep ... to treat obesity, also keeps prostate cancer cells in check. ... by targeting the activity of fatty acid synthase, an enzyme ...
... recent study done on rats has shed light on how ... cell in a rat can make its whiskers twitch, a ... movement. Eventually this could help scientists develop devices paralyzed people ... say they thought that because the part of the brain ...
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