Monthly Archives: April 2011

MSF on World Malaria Day: Improving treatment for severe malaria


MSF on World Malaria Day: Improving treatment for severe malaria.

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Short sleep duration and the risk for obesity in older people


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Breakthroughs in Genetic Life Extension – David Ewing Duncan


Could future advances in nanomedicine bring a breakthrough in genetic life extension? In 2008, pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline announced that it would acquire all outstanding shares of Sirtris Pharmaceuticals for $720 million in order to cash in on the life-extending promise … Continue reading

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Is Evidence-Based Medicine a Barrier to Cost-Effective Care?


August 29, 2007 presentation by Alan Garber for the Stanford School of Medicine Medcast lecture series. Alan Garber, MD, PhD, professor of medicine and the d… via YouTube – Is Evidence-Based Medicine a Barrier to Cost-Effective Care?.

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8 Surprising Facts About Parenting, Genes and What Really Makes Us Who We Are


I teamed up with the well-known developmental psychologist David S. Moore to list eight facts about genes, twin studies and the heritability statistic that may come as a surprise to many people, even biologists! via Scott Barry Kaufman, Ph.D.: 8 … Continue reading

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