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PLoS Medicine Series on The Food Industry

PLoS Medicine has begin a series over the next few weeks that will examine the activities and influence of the […]

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By R Kennedy | Food . Health Industry . News
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New genetic data for the most common subtype of migraine

Researchers studied genetic data of more than 11 000 people and found altogether six genes that predispose to migraine without […]

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By R Kennedy | Genetics . Headache . Migraine . News
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CME Outfitters Design Team Wins 2012 American Inhouse Design Award

CME Outfitters Design Team Awarded the 2012 American Inhouse Design Award for the Exceptional Design of the 4th Annual Chair […]

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By R Kennedy | Award . News
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Water With Meals May Encourage Wiser Choices

Researchers from the University of Oregon has found that young children consumed more vegetables when served with water instead of […]

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By R Kennedy | Food . News
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Psychiatrists Paid Less But More Satisfied

According to a 2012 Medscape Physician’s Compensation Report, Psychiatrists earn slightly less than many other specialists, but they are among […]

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Global health should shift to preventing risky behaviors in adolescence

As childhood and adolescent deaths from infectious diseases have declined worldwide, policymakers are shifting attention to preventing deaths from noncommunicable […]

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By R Kennedy | Adolescents . News . Uncategorized
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Transdermal Patch for Parkinson’s

US Food and Drug Administration has approved a rotigotine transdermal system for the treatment of Parkinson’s disease (PD) and restless […]

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By R Kennedy | News . Parkinson's Disease . Treatment
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Menopause and Memory Problems

The difficulties that many women describe as memory problems when menopause approaches are real, according to a study published today […]

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By R Kennedy | Cognition . Memory . News . Uncategorized
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