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Avoiding Sedative's Dangerous Side Effects

Avoiding Sedative's Dangerous Side Effects
Sedation is commonly used in the intensive care unit (ICU) to make patients that require mechanical ventilation more comfortable, and less anxious. What many don't realize is that sedation can have ...

Contact: Julie Kiefer
jkiefer@neuro.utah.edu
801-597-4258
University of Utah Health Sciences

Teens Less Likely to Get Pregnant if They Get Free Birth Control

Teens Less Likely to Get Pregnant if They Get Free Birth Control
Washington University researchers are reporting that education, access and cost seem to be keys to preventing unplanned pregnancies. They report that teen-aged women who received contraception at no ...

Contact: Diane Duke Williams
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Washington University School of Medicine

After Watching Disturbing Video, CPAP Usage Soars (2 of 2)

After Watching Disturbing Video, CPAP Usage Soars (2 of 2)
Hoping to get patients to wear CPAP masks more consistently while they sleep, Mark Aloia, Ph.D., of National Jewish Health in Denver took a novel and emotional approach. Aloia videotaped patients ...

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A Conversation with Dr. Alla Karpova

A Conversation with Dr. Alla Karpova
Editor Karen Carniol interviews Dr. Alla Karpova on her latest Cell paper.

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Cell Press

Peter Piot: The Ebola Epidemic, Past and Present

Peter Piot: The Ebola Epidemic, Past and Present
Professor Peter Piot, Director of the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, explains how he co-discovered the Ebola virus in 1976, and gives his views on the current Ebola epidemic and what ...

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London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine

Schizophrenia Not a Single Disease but Multiple Genetically Distinct Disorders

Schizophrenia Not a Single Disease but Multiple Genetically Distinct Disorders
New research shows that schizophrenia isn't a single disease but a group of eight genetically distinct disorders, each with its own set of symptoms. The finding could be a first step toward improved ...

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Washington University School of Medicine

Vocalizations of the Giant South American River Turtle

Vocalizations of the Giant South American River Turtle
These are vocalizations made between adults and hatchlings (individual sounds repeated for the listener's benefit).

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Wildlife Conservation Society

Growing GI Cells for Personalized Therapies

Growing GI Cells for Personalized Therapies
Washington University scientists have developed a method to grow human intestinal epithelial cells from tiny biopsies that are collected from patients during routine screening procedures like ...

Contact: Jim Dryden
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Washington University School of Medicine

Feathers More Widespread among Dinosaurs (7 of 7)

Feathers More Widespread among Dinosaurs (7 of 7)
Marshall Bradshaw explains how fossils unearthed in Siberia suggest that feathers may have been more widespread among dinosaurs than scientists have thought. This audio relates to a paper that ...

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American Association for the Advancement of Science

Targeting Aging Pathways to Prevent Multiple Chronic Diseases

Targeting Aging Pathways to Prevent Multiple Chronic Diseases
Some researchers are proposing that changing how medical care is delivered could help prevent multiple chronic diseases and extend healthy lifespan. The idea, they argue, would be to target the ...

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Washington University School of Medicine

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