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... team of scientists just won a battle in the war against ... is akin to the bacterial "Battle of Gettysburg" that turns the ... at least gained some critical intelligence, not by designing a new ... E. coli in this case and rendering ...
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(Date:3/29/2015)... The Claudia Cohen Research Foundation and ... that Dr. Beth Y. Karlan has been selected as ... Prize for Outstanding Gynecologic Researcher. The $50,000 prize is ... Annual Meeting on Women's Cancer in Chicago. , Dr. ... at the Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute and Director ...
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... By Maryann Mott HealthDay Reporter , FRIDAY, ... of sweet-tasting antifreeze on driveways and garage floors are hard ... ethylene glycol -- the toxic ingredient found in antifreeze -- ... will kill a Labrador retriever if the antidote isn,t given ...
... M.D., Ph.D., a groundbreaking researcher and the first woman ... awarded the 2010 Vanderbilt Prize in Biomedical Science. ... in 2006, honors nationally known women scientists who have ... contributed significantly to the mentorship of other women in ...
... , FRIDAY, Oct. 29 (HealthDay News) -- Lack ... children with the drug-resistant staph bacteria called MRSA (methicillin-resistant ... staff need to do a better job of educating ... said the researchers at the Johns Hopkins Children Center ...
... , THURSDAY, Oct. 28 (HealthDay News) -- Less than 63 percent ... primary-care physician in the past year, compared with more than 85 ... shows. Lack of health insurance and not needing to go ... found the online poll of 1,027 respondents conducted by the American ...
... (October 28, 2010)To help unravel the mysteries of human ... University of Miami (UM) developmental psychologists and computer scientists ... San Diego) are studying infant-mother interactions and working to ... learning social skills. The first phase of the ...
... Oct. 28 (HealthDay News) -- The H1N1 flu pandemic was ... with a serious bacterial infection called empyema, a new study ... the lungs, frequently requires a chest tube or surgery to ... as a complication of pneumonia. Researchers studied data on ...
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