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Female faculty faced bias at UCLA medical school center, probe finds

Women faculty at UCLA's Alzheimer's disease research center faced "a climate of conflict, tension, hostility and mistrust" for about a decade and were treated in an "unprofessional, demeaning manner," an investigation at the campus medical school has found.

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar undergoes coronary bypass surgery

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar was admitted to Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center this week with cardiovascular disease, and he underwent quadruple coronary bypass surgery on April 16. The operation was performed by Dr. Richard Shemin, UCLA’s chief of cardiac surgery.

All-Time Scoring Leader Abdul-Jabbar Has Heart Surgery

NBA Hall of Fame center Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, the league's all-time leading scorer, is recovering from quadruple coronary bypass surgery, Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center said on Friday.

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar recovering after quadruple bypass surgery

LOS ANGELES — Kareem Abdul-Jabbar underwent quadruple coronary bypass surgery this week at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, the world-renowned hospital associated with the school where the now 68-year-old played college hoops before...Show More Summary

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Undergoes Coronary Bypass Surgery

NBA legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar underwent quadruple coronary bypass surgery this week, Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center announced Friday. He is expected to make a full recovery. Abdul-Jabbar, a six-time NBA champion and six-time NBAShow More Summary

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar undergoes quadruple coronary bypass surgery

NBA Hall of Fame center Kareem Abdul-Jabbar underwent quadruple coronary bypass surgery Thursday at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, the hospital said Friday.

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar -- Quadruple Bypass at Alma Mater

11 hours agoPop Culture / Celebrity : TMZ.com

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar underwent emergency heart surgery -- a quadruple coronary bypass at UCLA Medical Center... and it sounds like he came through with flying colors. The hospital says the hoops Hall of Famer was admitted earlier this week, and had…

Discussion of Utility, Fairness, and Risk with Medical Ethicist Nir Eyal

Nir Eyal is Associate Professor of Global Health and Social Medicine in the Center for Bioethics at Harvard Medical School and at the Department of Global Health and Population at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. He isShow More Summary

Study Shows 2 Drugs Reduce Teacher-Rated Anxiety, in Addition to ADHD, Aggression

A new study led by researchers at the Nisonger Center at Ohio State's Wexner Medical Center has published online today in the Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology (JCAP) and shows the addition of risperidone to parent training and a stimulant also improves teachers' assessments of anxiety and social avoidance. Show More Summary

Columbia University refuses to fire controversial ‘Dr. Oz

20 hours agoNews : The Raw Story

A day after a group of doctors demanded the removal of Mehmet Oz, best known as the host of the controversial “The Dr. Oz Show,” from his faculty position at Columbia University Medical Center, the university defended its association with the celebrity doctor. Responding to the group of physicians,...

Group Of Physicians Call On Columbia University To Fire Dr. Oz, Medical Center Stands By The TV Doctor

Dr. Mehmet Oz comes under fire once again as a group of 10 doctors are asking Columbia University to fire the TV doctor. The physicians calling for Oz’s firing say he lacks integrity and promotes quack treatments. Most Americans know Dr. Show More Summary

9/11 terrorist attacks: Also a legacy of chronic ill health for emergency personnel

The September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City in 2001 have left a legacy of chronic ill health among emergency medical services workers who came to the rescue of the victims, reveals research published...Show More Summary

Leftover Prescriptions? Drop Them Off at Loyola During Take-Back Day

Loyola University Health System will partner with the Cook County Sheriff's Department to hold a medication take-back day. The event will take place on Thursday, May 7, from 9 am to 3 pm at the Loyola Outpatient Center lobby located at 2160 S. First Ave. in Maywood.

New Website Provides Info for Parents of Young Athletes

The American Medical Society for Sports Medicine (AMSSM) is introducing a new patient–focused website, SportsMedToday.com as a resource center for parents, medical professionals and youth organizations interested in prevention and treatment of sports-related injuries. Show More Summary

For 9/11 First Responders, Health Problems Linger

yesterdayHealth : Healthland

Emergency medical services workers who arrived at the World Trade Center site were twice as likely to show signs of depression than those who didn't

Candy Crush Bender Causes Man to Rupture Tendon in Thumb

“His tendon was getting inflamed and worn down and he didn’t feel pain,” Dr. Andrew Doan of the Naval Medical Center San Diego and one of the authors of the study, told ABC News.

First Round of Tests Completed on Groundbreaking Study to Understand How Puberty Affects the Singing Voice

The first round of tests have been completed for members of the Cincinnati Boychoir who are part of a joint study with Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center to look at the changing voices of male singers.

University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center Performs First-Ever Prostate Cancer Treatment with New Device

Radiation oncology doctors at University Hospitals Geauga Medical Center perform the first-ever prostate cancer treatment with the newly approved SpaceOAR, which is an injectable gel that creates a space between the prostate and the rectum to move the rectum away from radiation used in treatment.

How Oxytocin Makes a Mom: Hormone Teaches Maternal Brain to Respond to Offspring's Needs

Neuroscientists at NYU Langone Medical Center have discovered how the powerful brain hormone oxytocin acts on individual brain cells to prompt specific social behaviors - findings that could lead to a better understanding of how oxytocin and other hormones could be used to treat behavioral problems resulting from disease or trauma to the brain.

A FedEx delay and a frantic search to save a limb

What do bone, tendon, and cartilage have to do with Federal Express? A lot, as Erica Becker, a surgical operations coordinator from Aurora Sinai Medical Center in Milwaukee, will tell you. Her story is about a transplant tissue shipment gone awry and FedEx’s last-minute recovery that saved someone’s knee. Show More Summary

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