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16 min ago | PhysOrg Weblog
Acute kidney injury, a condition that is common but often asymptomatic, may be more deadly than a heart attack, according to a study appearing in an upcoming issue of the Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology .
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4 hrs ago | TechCrunch
The Internet did something strange last week. When a researcher named Skye Grey posted a detailed analysis of textual biases in the writing of shadowing Bitcoin creator Satoshi Nakamoto and a researcher named Nick Szabo at George Washington University , the interest was muted but optimistic.
8 hrs ago | Kansas City InfoZine
By Gavin Stern - Dick Cheney woke up in his Jeep with a bump on his head from where it had hit the steering wheel.
9 hrs ago | Newswise
Two new studies by researchers at the George Washington University School of Public Health and Health Services examine how well hospitals and other health care facilities are doing when it comes to a call to reform the nursing profession.
More than a half century after the Cuban Missile Crisis, the defining foreign policy episode of the administration of President John F. Kennedy, three preeminent international scholars of the events discuss the crisis from the perspectives of Moscow, Havana and Washington DC.
As technology gets smarter, the routes you take will too. For example, sidewalks may become more porous and absorbent in certain regions to help prevent flooding, and some pathways will even embrace green tech.
Opponents of the health care law took their latest legal challenge to a federal courtroom in the District of Columbia on Tuesday in a case that many critics of the law view as their last and best chance to gut it before key provisions kick in Jan. 1. Though some legal scholars view the case as a long shot, it could have significant consequences if ... (more)
A couple of years ago, one of Dr. Louis Hutchinson III's daughters came down the stairs armed with something that every parent should be familiar with: a Christmas list of "what she needed" as gifts that year.
A majority of young Americans say student debt is a major issue facing the nation, a new poll finds, and many blame colleges for the problem.
The acute care system, which includes urgent care and retail clinics, emergency departments, hospitals, and doctors' offices, reflects the best and worst in American medicine.
A new DNA analyst has been hired to work at the Union County Prosecutor's Office Forensics Laboratory in Westfield under a shared-services agreement reached between freeholders in Middlesex and Union counties.
Jean M. MacFarland, 87, formerly of Tenants Harbor, died Sunday, Nov. 17, 2013, at a Fairfax, Va.
University of Kansas researchers have authored a study showing that when asset caps are lifted - a key provision of the Affordable Care Act - for adults with disabilities, their health outcomes and quality of life improve.
When Washington Redskins owner Jack Kent Cooke died in 1997, D.C. native Yasmine Arrington was preschool age, and neither Cooke nor Miss Arrington could have suspected that his legacy and her destiny would intersect.
Three Hudson Valley dental hygienists, who boarded a train in Poughkeepsie early Sunday morning said it wasn't long before they were in for a harrowing ride.