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Study shows nerve regeneration therapy provides resistance to the development of dangerous heart rhythms following a heart attack PORTLAND, Ore., Feb.
Pregnant women who are obese or eating a diet high in fatty foods could unwittingly be harming their unborn child, according to new research published by the journal Molecular Metabolism.
Just as getting drunk can impact a person’s ability (and willingness) to sing, consuming too much alcohol can have a similar effect on some types of birds, researchers from the Oregon Health and Science University (OHSU) have discovered in a new study.
Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU), in conjunction with the CampusBird interactive map platform from concept3D, has instituted a new online map that university officials describe as
SIMPLYWATERPROOF.COM to donate 20% of their online sales to the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute. Portland, OR (PRWEB) November 25, 2014 Simply Waterproof
Shriners Hospitals for Children® and UK HealthCare sign agreement to build new hospital on University of Kentucky Campus Lexington, Kentucky (PRWEB) October
A free community conversation sponsored ?by the Center for Public Advocacy, Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation PORTLAND, Ore., Oct.
Expansion of Collaboration Enables Identification of Optimal Patient Profiles and Combination Strategies for APTO-253 SAN DIEGO, CA AND TORONTO, ON; PORTLAND, OR AND WHITE PLAINS, NY,
David Mepham, partner at Hodgkinson Street Mepham, LLC, engages students in small group discussions about medical and legal issues they are likely to encounter in residency. Portland,
New research appearing in Thursday’s edition of the journal Nature details the successful sequencing and annotation of the gibbon genome, meaning that scientists have now mapped the DNA of all of the world’s ape species.
- Withering but not falling off, as a blossom that persists on a twig after flowering.