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Developing a statistical model to fill in the blanks on death certificates presented in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine


Studies increasing, but gaps remain in diagnosis and treatment methods, according to a new study in the journal CHEST®


These findings emphasize the need for early detection and intervention


Landmark 3-year study indicates that systematically screening all admissions to an acute medical unit for alcohol-related issues is achievable and effective, reports the Journal of Hepatology



Research And JournalsCooler cows have healthier calvesJul 25, 2017

Calves born to cows experiencing heat stress during early pregnancy experience related effects that continue throughout their lives, according to a new study from the Journal of Dairy Science®


Report published in Microchemical Journal wins Elsevier’s Atlas award


Education on nutritional value and correcting misconceptions should be a focus of the dairy industry, according to a new study from the Journal of Dairy Science®


Anti-inflammatory drug Celecoxib can promote stem cell survival and wound healing in mice




Researchers highlight the need for women to enter pregnancy at a healthy weight to promote healthy behavioral and emotional development in their children, particularly boys, in a new study published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine


Study shows kefir is a good way for cancer survivors to enjoy a fortifying post-exercise dairy drink without stomach upset, reports the Journal of Dairy Science®


Food, antibiotics, and gender are just some of the factors that can throw off the balance between the gut and liver, according to a new report in The American Journal of Pathology


New research published in the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology takes a deep dive into the economics and medical impact of preeclampsia and urges action to mitigate the situation


Distractions, particularly technology-based, affected mothers during infant feeding regardless of WIC status, according to a new study published in the Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior