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Spring 2014
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THE BEAT
Let the Sunshine In
Let the Sunshine In
Bradley’s new building will make kids more comfortable.
By Kris Cambra
Bradley’s new building will make kids more comfortable.
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Crime Scene Science
Crime Scene Science
New report cracks the case on forensic evidence.
By Rachel Blatt ’09
Although the CBS program “CSI” and its two spinoffs would suggest...
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Dance Lessons
Dance Lessons
Med student uses dance to embody the message.
By Rachel Blatt ’09
For Almaz Dessie, a second-year medical student who plans to enter primary ...
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Bullseye Protein
Bullseye Protein
Discovery could lead to new autism treatments.
By Mark Hollmer
A team led by Justin Fallon, a professor of neuroscience, has found something ...
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And Coverage for all.
And Coverage for all.
The hidden cost of co-pays.
By Kris Cambra
When Amal Trivedi was a first-year medical student at UCLA...
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Happy Landings
Happy Landings
Small flying mammals are real acrobats.
Researchers have discovered that bats do much more than simply take flight ...
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It’s Not Over When It’s Over
It’s Not Over When It’s Over
The after-effects of cancer treatment in children.
By Kris Cambra
The after-effects of cancer treatment in children.
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Live from London
Live from London
Students present at international conference.
By Rachel Blatt ’09
Students present at international conference.
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Ms. Goddard Goes to Washington
Ms. Goddard Goes to Washington
Student advocates for affordable health care for herself and her patients.
By Brian Mastroianni
Student advocates for affordable health care for herself and her patient ...
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Who Wants to Live Forever?
Who Wants to Live Forever?
Scientists halt aging – in fruit flies.
Professor of Biology Stephen Helfand and Assistant Professor of Biology Nicola ...
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The Wild
The Wild
Imported wildlife poses risks to ecology, humans.
By Richard Lewis
Imported wildlife poses risks to ecology, humans.
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You're Glowing!
You're Glowing!
More pregnant women getting CT scans.
The screening of pregnant women with CT (computed tomography) scans is increasing, ...
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