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[5/22/2014] NIST chip produces and detects specialized gas for biomedical ana...

[5/21/2014] Canada funds 65 innovative health projects to help save every wom...

[5/21/2014] University of Maryland School of Medicine research finds drugs th...

[5/19/2014] Making better medicines with a handful of chemical building block...

[5/15/2014] National Institutes of Health funding to help expand data storage...

[5/15/2014] Single episode of binge drinking can adversely affect health acco...

[5/13/2014] Cancer stem cells under the microscope at Albert Einstein College...

[5/8/2014] Emerging trends in worker health and safety

[5/8/2014] GaitTrack app makes cellphone a medical monitor for heart and lun...

[5/5/2014] Virtual patients, medical records and sleep queries may help redu...

[5/5/2014] Animal hoarding, a lesser-known problem for public health and wel...

[4/30/2014] Regenerative medicine approach improves muscle strength, function...

[4/29/2014] Researchers unveil wearable computational jewelry to monitor heal...

[4/29/2014] Scripps Florida scientists reveal molecular secrets behind resver...

[4/29/2014] Genealogy and biogeography meet personalized medicine

[4/28/2014] Fluorescent-based tool reveals how medical nanoparticles biodegra...

[4/23/2014] Rural microbes could boost city dwellers' health

[4/23/2014] UH biomedical engineer works to make blood transfusions safer

[4/22/2014] Researchers identify a mechanism linking bariatric surgery to hea...

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