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



Increased cell death and reduced growth promoting factors linked to the early pathology of preeclampsia, restricted fetal growth, and stillbirth, according to research published in the American Journal of Pathology


Ethics and technology hold the key to the success of synthetic biology


Delegation to present on the optimization of pharmacovigilance workflows for improved compliance



Research And Journals“Our Chairs Are Killing Us,” Say Researchers15-Sep-2015

Both sedentary behavior and lack of physical activity linked with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) in large study of Middle-Aged Koreans, reports the Journal of Hepatology



Targeted education meets demands of healthcare industry’s compliance regulations



Programs in the U.S. and Taiwan result in reduced lifetime cardiovascular risk, according to new reports published in the American Journal of Medicine


Elsevier congratulates its medical authors and editors for the industry recognition and for consistently producing high-quality medical content


Children are more likely to eat fruits and vegetables when given at least 25 minutes for lunch, according to a new study the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics


More than 80,000 geological maps added to Geofacets, Elsevier’s geoscience solution platform for natural resource exploration geoscientists


Two studies open the door to a new approach to breast and ovarian cancer prevention


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