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Pregnant woman
Predicting preterm birth can be difficult, especially for women who have not given birth. It has long been known that the best predictor of preterm…
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Human breast cancer cells with two different tracers (red and blue) to investigate the interaction of tumor cells.
Researchers at Baylor College of Medicine, the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard and other institutions have applied powerful proteogenomics…
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The Cullen Building
Baylor Scott & White Health, the largest not-for-profit health system in the state of Texas, today announced two separate academic affiliations:…
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Baylor College of Medicine and Hess Corp. give away free Hess Toy Truck STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) kits for teachers to use in their classrooms. Image from 2017 give away.
Baylor College of Medicine and Hess Corp. are giving away 1,000 free Hess Toy Truck STEM (science, technology, engineering, mathematics) kits for…
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Hotez Bottazzi lab
Biological E. Limited, Dynavax Technologies Corporation and Baylor College of Medicine announced that BE has initiated a Phase I/II clinical trial of…
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Nicaragua landscape
For more than 20 years, an epidemic of chronic kidney disease (CKD) of unknown origin has severely affected specific coastal communities along South…
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Deciding to improve your health through physical fitness is a great resolution, but it’s important to ensure that you are doing so in a safe way. A…
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We’ve all heard that you should warm-up before a workout, but according to sports medicine experts at Baylor College of Medicine, oftentimes…
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Cornucopia
It may seem like there is not much to be thankful for this year due to COVID-19, but that does not mean you have to throw out all your Thanksgiving…
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Classroom
Baylor College of Medicine today released a curriculum for teachers that specifically focuses on the COVID-19 pandemic. The curriculum, which…
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Expanding Access
Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, commonly known as EDS, is a group of genetic disorders that impacts the connective tissue and often results in joint…
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Findings may promote adult heart tissue regeneration
A hormone that helps regulate bone mass also is produced by the heart and could be a treatment for people with a dangerous heart rhythm disorder,…
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drawing of a liver
A new tool aims to determine the risk for long-term poor outcomes in patients with cirrhosis of the liver with more ease and accuracy than current…
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Knees and hips
Recent data published by Baylor College of Medicine show that despite improvements in surgical pathways and overall health profiles among patients…
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Michael E. DeBakey Veterans Affairs Medical Center
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) announced today it has launched a new strategic partnership with Duke University and Baylor College of…
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Clock with cup
Baylor College of Medicine doctors studying the effects of dawn-to-sunset fasting have found more evidence that when you eat could play a role in…
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