Webinar announcement: Gastrointestinal complications in patients with scleroderma.
The widely used no-calorie sweetener, aspartame, has been deemed safe for consumption at current levels by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), which conducted one of the most comprehensive risk assessments ever undertaken.
Findings from a new global study suggest that estimates of gender-based violence (GBV) prevalence based on health systems data or on police reports may underestimate the actual total prevalence by 11- to 128-fold.
A first-of-its-kind clinical trial studying two forms of stem cell treatments for children with cerebral palsy (CP) has begun at The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) Medical School.
ASU’s College of Health Solutions Launches New Degrees Aimed at Preparing the Next Generation of Health Workers
Arizona State University’s College of Health Solutions announced several new health degree programs aimed at providing students interested in medicine or health care with a well-rounded foundation. These new degrees complement a broad set of undergraduate and graduate degree offerings from ASU related to health promotion, health care delivery and health management of people and [...]
Combat-Related Injuries Leave Their Mark: Researchers Find Brain Imaging Differences in Veterans with TBI, Years Later
A recent study used diffusion tensor imaging, a type of highly sensitive magnetic resonance image (MRI), to examine the way water moves throughout the brain’s white matter.
Charles Dickens’ classic novella “A Christmas Carol” was written 170 years ago. Kansas State University’s Naomi Wood and Dan Hoyt look at why the story about the penny-pinching, Christmas-hating Ebenezer Scrooge remains so popular today.
A drug now used to treat a type of lymphoma has shown surprising benefit in preclinical studies of inflammatory breast cancer