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The University of Chicago Medicine is launching a free heart and vascular disease screening program to identify individuals at risk -- and intervene early when treatment is most effective.
A new study reveals how the brain processes color and motion, providing a new understanding of attention.
The enterovirus outbreak, statins to treat cancer, brain machine interfaces and more in this week’s rundown of recent research publications of note from University of Chicago scientists and physicians.
A new study by UChicago's Debra Stulberg highlights conflicts at Catholic hospitals over common reproductive procedures.
Scientists at the University of Chicago Medicine Eating Disorders Clinic seeks adolescents with symptoms of anorexia nervosa and their families to participate in a new study that tests the effectiveness of family-based treatment through video conferencing technology.
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