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Older people are nearly twice as likely as their younger counterparts to have their memory and cognitive processes impaired by environmental distractions (such as irrelevant speech or written words presented along with target stimuli).
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The hallucinogen found in â€œmagic mushroomsâ€ could be used to treat a variety of psychiatric disorders, including depression, anxiety and addiction, according to researchers working on a new study.
AUSTIN, Texas, March 8, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- (Nasdaq: VRML) -Vermillion, a molecular diagnostics company, today announced the presentation of positive preliminary data from its collaboration with Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine to identify biomarkers that improve on the specificity of CA125 for the identification of malignant ovarian tumors.
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CHICAGO, Aug. 12 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The American Medical Association (AMA) Foundation awarded Physicians of Tomorrow Scholarships to twenty rising fourth-year medical students.
If bad bacteria lurk in your system, chances are they will bump into the immune systemâ€™s protective cells whose job is gobbling germs.
In the wake of Johns Hopkinsâ€™ success in virtually eliminating intensive-care unit bloodstream infections via a simple five-step checklist, the safety scientist who developed and popularized the tool warns medical colleagues that they are no panacea.
Researchers from the Kennedy Krieger Institute and Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine have collaborated to uncover important new insights into the neurological basis of autism.
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