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Mayo studies squeaky hips, joint problems of superobese, shoulder relief for young and arthritic
Mayo Clinic orthopedic surgeons will contribute more than 100 presentations on their latest findings for improving orthopedic clinical care and scientific research at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons in Las Vegas, Feb. 25-March 1. (2009-02-27)

GW receives up to $14.6 million to develop method to characterize security threats
A team led by a George Washington University researcher will receive up to $14.6 million over five years from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to develop an approach to rapidly identify the root of biological and chemical threats. (2014-01-28)

Both distress and fatigue impact resident physician errors, Mayo study finds
Mayo Clinic researchers report that distress and fatigue among medical residents are independent contributors to self-perceived medical errors. (2009-09-22)

Imaging experts perform cardiac scans by remote control
UCLA radiologists and Siemens Medical Solutions have developed remote-control software that enables an off-site imaging expert to operate a magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) machine via the Internet. Reported in the November issue of Radiology, the study found that the quality of the remote scans were superior to onsite scans by a less experienced technologist, suggesting options for helping facilities or regions with limited medical staff and expertise. (2006-10-24)

Mayo Clinic: Robotic surgery proves successful, less invasive way to treat HPV-related oral cancer
Robotic surgery conducted through patients' mouths provides excellent results in removing squamous cell carcinoma at the back of the throat, especially in patients with HPV, a Mayo Clinic study published in the March issue of Mayo Clinic Proceedings found. (2012-03-01)

Good news: Video games without violence or sex!
September means back to school for millions of youngsters, though the beginning of the new year may put very little dent in the time many kids spend playing toxic video games. But the launch of two new video games in safe, multi-player environments may ease the transition from crashing and burning to alegebra and geometry. (2005-09-05)

Growing pains: T. Rex was teenage giant
Most teenagers have growing pains, but none probably compared to those of Tyrannosaurus rex as it ascended to adulthood more than 65 million years ago, according to a Florida State University researcher. (2004-08-11)

Privacy flaws in security and doorbell cameras discovered by Florida Tech Student
Ring, Nest, SimpliSafe and eight other manufacturers of internet-connected doorbell and security cameras have been alerted to ''systemic design flaws'' discovered by Florida Tech computer science student Blake Janes that allow a shared account that appears to have been removed to actually remain in place with continued access to the video feed. (2020-05-26)

Mayo Clinic-led researchers confirm gene variants associated with the most common adult leukemia
A national team of researchers led by Mayo Clinic has found that patients with chronic lymphocytic leukemia are more likely to have similar DNA changes or variants in up to six genes, compared to people who do not have the cancer. (2009-04-19)

Mayo Clinic researchers formulate treatment combination lethal to pancreatic cancer cells
A combination of two targeted therapies packs a powerful punch to kill pancreatic cancer cells in the laboratory, Mayo Clinic cancer researchers report. With further testing of these drugs that are from classes of pharmaceuticals already used in patients, the Mayo research may lead to new treatment opportunities for patients with pancreatic cancer, which is extremely difficult to treat. (2009-04-19)

JitterBugs could turn your keyboard against you, warn UPenn engineers
Engineers from the University of Pennsylvania warn against an entirely new threat to computer security: bugs implanted in peripheral devices, such as keyboards or mice. This new class of devices could covertly transmit data across an existing network connection without the user's knowledge. They are named (2006-08-07)

Targeted therapy decreases progression rate in thyroid cancer
The drug pazopanib may help revolutionize the care of patients with metastatic, rapidly progressive differentiated thyroid cancers, say researchers at Mayo Clinic who are publishing findings of a phase II clinical trial in the Lancet Oncology. (2010-09-17)

Internet weight loss program effective among adults at risk for diabetes
In a 12-month study of an Internet weight loss program, overweight adults at risk for type 2 diabetes lost enough weight to reduce their chances of getting the disease. Those who received regular e-mail counseling from a therapist experienced the greatest success. The study, led by Deborah F. Tate of the Brown Medical School, is in the April 9, 2003 issue of Journal of the American Medical Association. (2003-04-08)

Can exercising your brain prevent memory loss?
Participating in certain mental activities, like reading magazines or crafting in middle age or later in life, may delay or prevent memory loss, according to a study released today that will be presented at the American Academy of Neurology's 61st Annual Meeting in Seattle, April 25 - May 2, 2009. (2009-02-17)

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