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Study: foreign-trained physicians vital to poor, under-served patients
A significant minority of community health centers need foreign-trained physicians on staff to provide care to poor and medically under-served people, according to a new University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill study. (1999-09-30)

Study shows Smart Start boosting school readiness
A detailed new six-county study of Smart Start -- the state's program designed to ensure that all North Carolina children arrive at school healthy and ready to learn -- has found the program helps boost children's thinking and language skills when compared with those of children not connected with the effort. (1999-09-20)

Lower Mortality Found At California Academic Medical Centers For Complex Surgical Procedure, According To UCSF Study
Academic medical centers in California have responded to the pressures of managed care with greater effectiveness than other hospitals according to results presented today (October 28) at the 1998 Clinical Congress of the American College of Surgeons. (1998-10-28)

Wake Forest University School Of Medicine Receives $1.9 Million To Continue Work With Adult Day Centers Nationwide
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. -- In an effort to improve quality of services, increase the use of adult day centers, and assist in the development of start-up ventures, The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation has awarded the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine at Wake Forest University School of Medicine a $1.9 million grant to launch a national technical assistance program to help move the field of adult day services forward. (1998-10-26)

Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Launches Innovative Therapeutics Development Centers
The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation has just selected seven top cystic fibrosis care centers to be part of an innovative Therapeutics Development Center network. Through this model clinical research center network, CF researchers will more quickly translate discoveries in the laboratory about CF into new therapies. (1998-03-16)

Survey Finds Acute Stroke Teams Gaining Prevalence
There may be a lower cost solution to fighting stroke that doesn't involve new equipment or new therapies. Researchers say the formation of an acute stroke team (AST), comprised of stroke-savvy health professionals, can streamline stroke care in major medical centers. (1998-02-06)

Study: Early Day Care Enhances Language, Thinking Development
Good early child care helps rather than hinders infants' and toddlers' thinking and language development up to age 3 and boosts connections with their mothers, a major new study shows (1997-04-04)

Endocrine Surgery Safer, Less Costly At Busier Centers
Parathyroid gland surgery is more successful and less expensive at academic medical centers with specialized endocrine facilities and experienced surgeons than at hospitals where fewer of the operations are done, a Johns Hopkins study suggests (1996-12-05)

NHLBI Cord Blood Transplantation Study Begins
The first multicenter study of umbilical cord blood transplants from unrelated, newborn donors was announced by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute of the National Institutes of Health (1996-10-07)

Sun Safety Low Priority At Day-Care Centers.
University of Illinois at Chicago researchers found sun protection wasn't a high priority at most of the 16 day-care centers where they made observations. At most centers, no children had sunscreen put on them. Among children observed, 95 percent didn't wear hats and 26 percent were allowed outside without shirts on. (1996-07-19)

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