Monday Nov 25
Postmenopausal estrogen decline largely unrelated to changes in cognition, mood
A new study led by a Stanford University School of Medicine researcher shows that decreased estrogen levels after menopause are largely unrelated to changes in cognitive ability and mood.
Scientists Halt Deadly Organ Tissue Scarring in its Tracks
UC San Francisco scientists report that they were able to arrest, and even reverse, tissue scarring of the liver, kidneys and lungs in mice.
Right Data and Right Approach Enable Hospitals to 'Make Quality Stick'
Hospital quality improvement efforts are all too often inconsistent and unsustainable because they lack adequate patient data and the right approach, leaders from the American College of Surgeons told hospital executives from around the country yesterday as part of a panel discussion at U.S. News & World Report's Hospital of Tomorrow conference.