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College Degrees and Majors that Promise Quick Salary Growth in Ten Years

Nov 25, 2016 AM EST A new report shows the college degrees and majors that have the fastest salary progression in ten years' time.

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.

If You Think E-Cigarettes Are Harmless: Check Out Latest Academic Research [VIDEO]

Nov 19, 2016 PM EST E-cigaretts, according to recent researches can be as damaging as traditional cigarettes. The most immediate part of the body at stake with e-cigarette vaping is the oral cavity.

MIT's Latest Slow-Breaking 'Pill': Medical Breakthrough For Malaria And Other Diseases

Nov 19, 2016 AM EST The latest breakthrough from MIT can treat Malaria and other diseases without adverse effects. The pill has been supported by healthcare foundations all over the world.

Tuberculosis And Its Impact On Medicine, Research, And Fashion Trends

Nov 08, 2016 AM EST Tuberculosis was one of the deadliest diseases that ravaged the world in the 19th century. This also springboarded various research as well as fashion trends

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.

Columbia University Unveils New Medical And Graduate Education Building

Jul 29, 2016 AM EDT Columbia University’s new Medical building opens this August 16.

University Of Virginia Researchers: 'Bad Guy' Cells Can Be The Key To Preventing The Deadly C. Difficile Infection

Jul 12, 2016 PM EDT Scientists at University of Virginia have identified cells that plays a vital role in protecting people from the fatal C. difficile bacterial infections.

MIT Biologists Discover A Possible Answer To Why Lithium Helps Bipolar Patients!

Jul 11, 2016 AM EDT Since the 1970's, doctors in the United States have recommended lithium for those suffering from bipolar disorder. Although the drug has a commendable success rate, scientists are still trying to ...

Lifelong Soy Consumption Protects Women’s Heart Better, Study

Jul 30, 2014 AM EDT Diet rich in soy, if adopted early in life, helps protect women's hearts better, according to a Wake Forest School of Medicine study.

Anti-Inflammatory Drug Effective against Some Parkinson’s Disease Symptoms, Study

Jul 28, 2014 AM EDT An anti-inflammatory drug can be used to treat some of the symptoms of Parkinson's disease, according to a new study by the Emory University School of Medicine.

Stanford Develops Inexpensive, Portable Test to Detect Type-1 Diabetes

Jul 14, 2014 AM EDT Researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine have developed a chip-based test for diagnosing type-1 diabetes outside hospital settings.

2013 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine to Be Shared By 2 Americans and a German

Oct 07, 2013 AM EDT The 2013 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine will been conferred on a trio of American scientists - Randy W. Schekman, professor of molecular and cell biology at the University of California, ...

Obesity Doubles a Person’s Chances of Suffering from Migraines, Study

Sep 17, 2013 AM EDT Obesity causes frequent migraines, according to a new study conducted by researchers at the John Hopkins University School of Medicine. The findings appear in the online edition of Neurology.

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.

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