Health & Medicine

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Federal Research Center Will Help Develop Medicines

January 22, 2011

Garret FitzGerald of the School of Medicine says a new federal drug-development agency “could be a really good idea.”

Article Source: New York Times

Audio: Emerging Treatments in Depression

January 21, 2011

John O’Reardon of the School of Arts and Sciences discusses new methods for treating depression and seasonal affective disorder.

Article Source: WHYY Radio (Philadelphia)

FDA Weighs Alzheimer’s Test for Living Patients

January 20, 2011

Steven Arnold of the School of Medicine suggests that a new test for Alzheimer’s will be more helpful in the future.

Article Source: WHYY Radio (Philadelphia)

Nurse Reaches Out to Youth on HIV/AIDS

January 11, 2011

Loretta Sweet Jemmott of the School of Nursing is featured for her work developing programs that help prevent teenage pregnancy and transmission of HIV/AIDS.

Article Source: Philadelphia Tribune

Study: Antidepressants May Relieve Hot Flashes

January 18, 2011

Ellen Freeman of the School of Medicine is featured for her research on antidepressants and menopause.

Article Source: Time

Bill Would Make Coloradans Organ Donors by Default

January 19, 2011

Arthur Caplan of the School of Medicine shares his views on a proposal to make organ donation a default decision.

Article Source: Associated Press

Skin Creams May Not Protect Against All UV Light

January 18, 2011

Bruce Brod of the School of Medicine says there is “a lot of variability” in sunscreen products.

Article Source: Reuters Health

Study: Antidepressants May Relieve Hot Flashes

January 18, 2011

Ellen Freeman of the School of Medicine is featured for her research on antidepressants and menopause.

Article Source: Time

Bill Would Make Coloradans Organ Donors by Default

January 19, 2011

Arthur Caplan of the School of Medicine shares his views on a proposal to make organ donation a default decision.

Article Source: Associated Press

Skin Creams May Not Protect Against All UV Light

January 18, 2011

Bruce Brod of the School of Medicine says there is “a lot of variability” in sunscreen products.

Article Source: Reuters Health