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Scott Kelly Returns to Earth, but Science for NASA's Journey to Mars Continues

2016-02-23 | NASA researchers collect one-year mission and twins study post-flight data.

The Intensivist Group Leaders Facilitating Research at the 45th Critical Care Congress

2016-02-20 | The Intensivist Group celebrates 15 year anniversary at Orlando conference

Will the Zika Virus Open the Door to Studies on Stealth Adapted Viruses?

2016-02-13 | Potential prevention of microcephaly in infants of Zika virus infected mothers using KELEA activated water to enhance the alternative cellular energy (ACE) pathway.

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2016-02-12 | Doctors of Excellence looks for the common components that patients recognize in Top Medical Professionals. Medical Professionals can register here to become a part of the largest healthcare paltform :

So What Really Happened to Chipotle?

2016-01-19 | Learn about the recent Chipotle food poisoning outbreak and what to do if you've been affected.

Precision Immunization: NASA Studies Immune Response to Flu Vaccine in Space and on Earth

2015-12-24 | NASA Human Research Program Twins Study investigator Emmanuel Mignot, M.D., Ph.D, known for discovering the cause of narcolepsy is related to the immune system, is studying twin astronauts Scott and Mark Kelly.

Journal of the National Cancer Institute Publishes Summary of Hepatitis B Foundation's Liver Cancer Workshop

2015-12-23 | Leaders in liver cancer outline ways to improve early detection of hepatocellular carcinoma.

Aerobiology Laboratory Associates, Inc. Offers Duodenoscope Testing Due to Transmission of Multidrug-Resistant Pathogenic Bacteria

2015-12-17 | The design of ERCP Duodenoscopes may impede effective cleaning and lead to the transmission of infectious agents.

Baruch S. Blumberg Institute Hosts 15th Annual Regional Biotech Conference

2015-12-03 | Record crowd gathered at PA Biotech Center to discuss cost and process of drug development. Offers Free Skateboard Lessons Nationwide (January 2-9th)

2015-11-12 | On Jan. 2-9, 2016, Go Skate School will offer free skateboard lessons nationwide at nearly all public skateparks.

Hook the Cure Powered by IOTEC Reels in Over $470,000 for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

2015-11-10 | The tenth annual fundraiser returned to Puerto Vallarta surpassing last year's results by $150,000

Baruch S. Blumberg Institute Announces W. Thomas London Distinguished Professorship

2015-10-10 | Dr. W. Thomas London helped discover the hepatitis B virus 50 years ago with Dr. Baruch S. Blumberg and is honored by the Hepatitis B Foundation's research institute for his transformational contributions

Kutol Offers S.A.F.E. Advice: How School Custodians Can Reduce School Absenteeism, Promote Hand Washing

2015-10-06 | KUTOL PRODUCTS COMPANY, manufacturers of commercial hand soap products, provides advice on how schools can use custodial services to promote better hand hygiene habits and help decrease sick days.

Chicago's Everywhere Wireless Internet Company to Raise $50,000 for Greater Illinois Chapter of Alzheimer's Association

2015-10-05 | Everywhere Wireless seeks Chicagoans' assistance to extend its network throughout Chicago while raising funds for the Alzheimer's Association; Beginning on October 1st and ending on December 31st!

Flu Shot in Space May Help Us Understand Changes in Astronauts' Immune Systems

2015-09-28 | The Immunome Changes in Space investigation will look at how an astronaut's immune system changes in response to acute and prolonged exposure to microgravity and other spaceflight stressors.

10 to 1: Bugs Win in NASA Study

2015-09-22 | One-Year Mission Video Miniseries Highlights Microbes

Research Finds That Fatal DUI Drivers Are Not Social Drinkers

2015-09-22 | DUI drivers in fatal automobile accidents were about 2 1/2 times the legal limit for Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) with an average BAC of 0.19%.

Steven P. LaRosa, MD, has been Named a Top Doctor in Infectious Disease

2015-09-03 | Dr. LaRosa has written and published more than 30 peer-reviewed papers in medical literature

Aerobiology Laboratory Supports Legionella Testing Clients Following New Legislation

2015-08-26 | NYC Mayor Enacts Bill to Reduce Legionnaires' Outbreaks

Boosting Your Body for Lift Off: NASA's One-Year Mission Investigates the Metabolism

2015-08-25 | Biomarker Studies Improve Body Chemistry, Heart and Immune System