Health & Medicine

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The Cost of Lost Shut-Eye

September 30, 2010

Siobhan Banks of the School of Medicine discusses the effects of sleep deprivation.

Article Source: Men’s Health

Scientist as Subject

October 1, 2010

James Hoxie, Robert Doms and Carl June of the School of Medicine are cited for their AIDS research.

Article Source: The Scientist

New Worries About Canine Flu: Should You Vaccinate Your Dog?

September 29, 2010

Michael Moyer of the School of Veterinary Medicine provides insight on canine flu vaccination.

Article Source: San Francisco Chronicle

Study: Computerized Order Entry System Has Unintended Consequences

September 27, 2010

Brian Strom and other researchers at the School of Medicine are cited for their study involving a computerized physician order-entry system.

Article Source: Wall Street Journal

Accident Led to Cancer Treatment for 'Philadelphia Chromosome'

September 29, 2010

Peter Nowell of the School of Medicine is featured discussing his co-discovery of the Philadelphia chromosome.

Article Source: Philadelphia Inquirer

The Hunt for the Next Drug Test

September 21, 2010

The School of Veterinary Medicine’s New Bolton Center is cited for research on equine toxicology testing.

Article Source: ESPN

Braces for Young Kids Might Not Always Be Best

September 27, 2010

Antonino Secchi of the School of Dental Medicine discusses age-appropriateness for certain orthodontics procedures.

How a West Philadelphia Family Overcame Child Obesity

September 27, 2010

Shiriki Kumanyika of the School of Medicine says “high-calorie foods and beverages are heavily advertised, and healthier options are harder to find in many African-American and low-income communities.”

Article Source: Philadelphia Inquirer

Experimental Heart-Valve Surgery Bringing Hope to Many

September 23, 2010

Howard Herrmann and Joseph Bavaria of the School of Medicine lead a study involving state-of-the-art heart valves.

Article Source: Philadelphia Inquirer

Moving Forward: Thanks for Your Gratitude

September 17, 2010

Martin Seligman of the School of Arts and Sciences is cited as father of the positive psychology movement.

Article Source: Jerusalem Post