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  • Sep 30, 2014

    When Alcohol Turns Deadly

    From homecoming to tailgates, fall brings classic alcohol-filled fun events, But while enjoying a drink or two may start out as harmless fun, what happens when one alcoholic drink turns into five, six¿or death?

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  • Sep 30, 2014

    Recognize the Subtle Signs of Ovarian Cancer

    Bloating, fatigue and back pain seem like everyday annoyances, not signs of cancer. Here, learn the subtle signs of ovarian cancer.

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  • Sep 29, 2014

    Checklist: Senior Symptoms

    You have been tired, your thinking and memory seem slow, and you fell while walking to the bathroom. This is aging, right? Not necessarily. Download this checklist and discuss the results with your doctor.

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  • White House Highlights New Neuroscience Initiative for Supporting Goals of Obama's BRAIN Initiative

    U of U Health Sciences earmarks $10 million to study the brain

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  • Benzodiazepine sedatives linked to higher rates of mortality compared to propofol

    A University of Utah study shows for the first time that continuous infusion benzodiazepines ¿ a class of sedatives that includes lorazepam and midazolam, once considered the standard of care in the ICU ¿ are linked to an increased likelihood of death among patients who receive mechanical ventilation, when compared to the sedative propofol.

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  • University Joins Network to Study Rare Liver Diseases in Children

    $1.6 million grant sets up one of 13 centers in North America

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