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Dementia Decreases As Education Increases

Nov 22, 2016 AM EST The risk of dementia is shown to be declining and education is found as the reason why.

Learn Surgery Through A New Surgical Training App And Video Game

Oct 10, 2016 AM EDT Level EX uses video games and medicine in a new surgical app.

UW Medical School Modifies Policy to Welcome Illegal Immigrants

Oct 01, 2014 AM EDT University of Washington School of Medicine has followed suit with other American higher educational institutions in granting admissions to illegal immigrants.

WSU to Establish New Medical School despite UW Doubts

Sep 13, 2014 AM EDT Washington State University Board of Regents approved to establish a new medical school in Spokane to fill the state's demand for more doctors.

Pennsylvania Medical Receives Full Accreditation from Two Higher Education Governing Bodies

Jul 16, 2014 AM EDT The Commonwealth Medical College, one of the country's newest schools in Pennsylvania, has received full accreditation by the Liaison Committee for Medical Education (LCME) and the Middle States ...

Sydney Kimmel Foundation Donates $110 million to Thomas Jefferson Medical College

Jun 18, 2014 AM EDT The Sydney Kimmel Foundation has presented a gift of $110 million to the Thomas Jefferson University, making it the single largest in the school's history. The donation will go towards the Jefferson ...

Utah Apologises For Sperm Swap; Investigators Unsure If It Was A Deliberate Action

Apr 25, 2014 AM EDT University of Utah (U.) has apologised to a Texas family for a possible sperm donor mix up.

Increased Coffee Consumption Lowers Type 2 Diabetes Risk by 11 Percent, Study

Apr 25, 2014 AM EDT Increasing coffee consumption by one and a half cups daily reduces the occurrence of type 2 diabetes by 11 percent, according to a Harvard University study.

Adelaide Medical Students Use iPads And Cheat On ‘Human Reproductive Health’ Exam

Nov 19, 2013 AM EST Board of Examiners at Adelaide University has initiated an investigation into cheating allegations by fifth-year medical students on the human reproduction health assessments.

Binge Drinking Slows Healing Process in Broken Bones, Study

Oct 07, 2013 AM EDT Binge drinking slows healing in the cellular and molecular levels, disrupting the formation of new bones following a fracture, according to a new study conducted by Loyola University Medical Center ...

Gun Ownership Linked To Firearm Homicide, Boston Study

Sep 13, 2013 AM EDT Increased gun ownership leads to more gun-related homicides, according to a new study conducted by the researchers at the Boston University School of Public Health.

Mediterranean Diet Offsets Dementia, Study

Sep 04, 2013 AM EDT Mediterranean diet is healthy for the mind, according to a new study conducted by researchers from the University of Exeter's Medical School.

Brain Protein Deficiency Causes Age-Related Memory Loss, Study

Aug 29, 2013 AM EDT Age-related memory loss and Alzheimer's disease are two separate medical conditions. The diseases arise from two different parts of the brain's hippocampus, the region of the brain related to memory, ...

Ohio Medical Board Suspends Licence of Former OSU Director Over Allegations of Downloading Child Pornography (UPDATE)

Aug 21, 2013 AM EDT he State Medical Board of Ohio has suspended Dr. Christopher E. Pelloski's license to practice medicine in the State of Ohio after he was arrested and charged for downloading child pornography.

Police Investigates U of M Medical Student’s Death as a Homicide

Jul 27, 2013 AM EDT Ann Arbor Police are now investigating the death of a fourth-year medical student at the University of Michigan (U of M) as a homicide.

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