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Early HIV Treatment Might Save Livelihoods as Well as Lives

July 26th, 2012 in 2012, Newsmakers, School of Public Health, Scientific American, Sydney Rosen 0 comments

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Sydney Rosen, School of Public Health

People can work more when their ailments are treated. And HIV is no exception…

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Medicaid Decision Could Further Fragment Health Care

July 3rd, 2012 in 2012, Kevin Outterson, Newsmakers, School of Law, Scientific American 0 comments

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Kevin Outterson, School of Law

If I had to sum up everything that is wrong with the US health care system in one-word sound bites, I would start with “fragmentation.”…

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Salt Boosts BP, But Via Adrenalin

January 12th, 2012 in 2012, Haralambos Gavras, Irene Gavras, Newsmakers, School of Medicine, Scientific American 0 comments

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Irene Gavras, Haralambos Gavras, School of Medicine

People with high blood pressure are often told to watch the salt…

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