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Serum MicroRNA Profiles Change as Myeloma Progresses, According to a Report in The Journal of Molecular Diagnostics

Knowing the warning signs and responding with the right treatment can save lives, according to a new report published in Wilderness & Environmental Medicine

Ability to identify and stratify low vs high risk patients early in pregnancy would significantly impact prenatal care and allocation of healthcare resources, according to a new study in the American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology

Challenge encourages development of novel and innovative ideas for publishing research in the field of surgery; deadline for proposals October 31, 2015

New study published in the Biological Conservation wins Elsevier’s Atlas award for September 2015

Laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy is a viable and safe solution for obese pediatric pws patients, reports new study in Surgery for Obesity and Related Diseases

The dairy industry is increasing food production in a sustainable manner while meeting consumers’ expectations for improved health and well-being of dairy animals, say experts in Journal of Dairy Science®

Recommendation against regular PSA screening may delay diagnosis of progressive prostate cancer, say investigators in The Journal of Urology®

Research shows donepezil prevents bone loss in mice

U.S. guidelines more reliable, according to new study in The American Journal of Cardiology

A virulent strain of bovine viral diarrhea affected over 5,000 cattle in Germany

Offering low fat foods could help prevent obesity, say researchers