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Anti-epilepsy medicine taken by pregnant women does not harm the ...
Science Daily
Previous studies have shown that anti-epilepsy medicine may lead to congenital malformations in the fetus and that the use of anti-epilepsy medicine during ...
Mother's anti-epilepsy medicine may not be harmful to fetus: Study ...UPI.com

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Stanford Medical Center Report

Stanford Medicine magazine looks at what arts, humanities bring to ...
Stanford Medical Center Report
When the arts and humanities play a role in medicine, patients, researchers and doctors can benefit. The winter issue of Stanford Medicine magazine features ...

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WIRED

The Brilliant Drone That'll Deliver Medicine—Then Rot Away
WIRED
When most people hear the word “drone” they either think of uncrewed military aircraft or those multi-rotor mini-copters that could one day deliver packages to your doorstep. But what if the package is the plane? That's the idea behind the Aerial ...



Online Athens

Lisa K. Nolan named dean of UGA College of Veterinary Medicine
Online Athens
Dr. Lisa K. Nolan, a veteran educator, administrator and scholar of diseases that affect animal and human health, has been named dean of the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine. Nolan is professor and Dr. Stephen G. Juelsgaard Dean of ...

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Benefits to having a family physician, promoting family medicine week
UpperMichigansSource.com
During Family Medicine Week in Michigan, all residents are encouraged to have a relationship with a family physician or build one to maintain the health and ...

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CU collaboration produces health 'game-changer'
CU Anschutz Today (press release)
“In the purple zone he's stressing his anaerobic system, and in the red he's going to burn muscle mass if he stays up there too long,” says Nicholas Edwards, MS, director of Exercise-Medicine Integration in the Department of Family Medicine, CU School ...

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Forbes

MD Anderson Benches IBM Watson In Setback For Artificial Intelligence In Medicine
Forbes
It was one of those amazing “we're living in the future” moments. In an October 2013 press release, IBM declared that MD Anderson, the cancer center that is part of the University of Texas, “is using the IBM Watson cognitive computing system for its ...
UT System Administration Special Review of Procurement Procedures Related to ... - University of Texas SystemUniversity of Texas System

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wlfi.com

House passes bill allowing marijuana derived medicine
wlfi.com
Indiana's legislature has long resisted efforts to allow the use of medicine derived from marijuana, but that appears to have changed this year. Supporters say the bill's approval marks a significant shift after years of medical marijuana-related bills ...

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The Rockefeller University Newswire

Jeffrey V. Ravetch receives 2017 Ross Prize in Molecular Medicine
The Rockefeller University Newswire
Jeffrey V. Ravetch, Theresa and Eugene M. Lang Professor and head of the Leonard Wagner Laboratory of Molecular Genetics and Immunology, has won the 2017 Ross Prize in Molecular Medicine. The award, given by The Feinstein Institute for Medical ...

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