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National Leaders Examine Sex and Responsibility in New Book

...allis, President and CEO of Sojourners, Rev. Samuel Rodriquez, President, National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference, Fred Riley, Commissioner, lds Family Services, Rev. Sterling Lands, Senior Pastor, Greater Calvary Baptist Church in Austin, TX, and Rev. Debra Haffner, Co-Founder and Executive Di...

Proactive care saves lives of seniors, study finds

...specially those with multiple conditions and medications," said Cherie P. Brunker, M.D., co-principal investigator and Geriatrics Chief, Intermountain lds Hospital and assistant professor of geriatric medicine, University of Utah Center on Aging. "Computer tools and a specially trained care manager can m...

Session highlights of the 1st World Congress on Interventional Therapies for Type 2 Diabetes

...lished in the New England Journal of Medicine, by Dr. Ted Adams, adjunct associate professor and program director of the Health & Fitness Institute at lds Hospital, at the University of Utah School of Medicine in Salt Lake City, showed a 90 percent reduction of diabetes-specific mortality after gastric b...

Friday's Kids Respite Holds Fundraising Event to Help Children with Special Needs

...ep courses through ACE Prep Test -- Disneyland tickets -- Various packages for spa and salon services -- Vacations to Hawaii and St. Thomas -- lds Travel Study Gift Certificates -- Children's Birthday Parties packages -- Various "Date Night" packages including dinner and theatre tickets ...

IPC The Hospitalist Company Announces Board of Director Member Changes

...y Smith has informed the board that he will tender his resignation effective with the next board meeting as he has been asked by the leadership of the lds Church to serve full-time as a mission president requiring him to leave all for-profit and non-profit boards. Dr. Singer commented, "Barry has been ...

News briefs from the November issue of Chest

...tion. After reviewing 20 years of medical literature regarding the relationship between SES and lung function in children and adults, researchers from lds Hospital and the University of Utah in Salt Lake City found a significant negative correlation between the two, even after adjusting for smoking statu...

Genetics may Play Role in Heart Health

...ctor of cardiovascular and genetic epidemiology at lds Hospital. Today, Horne and John A. Carlquist, co-director of lds Hospital cardiovascular research, will take phoned...pulation Database. Patients in the cath lab at lds and McKay-Dee hospitals are being asked for blood ...

Immune-Boosting Therapies Of No Use In Preventing Miscarriage

... cells on the fetus. To prevent this from happening, doctors usually try to increase the immunity of pregnant women. T. Flint Porter, M.D., of the lds Hospital in Salt Lake City and colleagues reviewed some recent cases and found that this does not prevent miscarriage in women who have miscarried pre...
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