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NIH to fund a cache of brain tissue and online data in place of live-animal experimentation.
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Children whose mothers smoked during pregnancy carry molecular evidence in their blood at least until they're 5 years old.
Public health experts say California and other states should require doctors to check a prescription drug data base before giving new patients a prescription for opioids and other controlled substances.
Michael Sos, product manager for interactive media keynoted at the recent Kain Automotive workshop and touched on multiple social media platforms with the primary focus for the dealers was around how Facebook can be utilized today to sell more cars.
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A University of Maryland physician was among those rushing to treat Ebola patients in West Africa. Here’s what we can learn from his experience.
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Neither red tape nor Taliban has deterred Noor Rakhshani from working on a vaccine problem in her Pakistani homeland.
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As research spurred by the Ebola crisis continues to reveal that healthcare workers frequently contaminate themselves doffing personal protective equipment, there’s increasing interest in scaling back contact precautions and treating more patients with standard measures and rigorous hand hygiene.
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