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Medical school degree aimed at preparing students to help rural and underserved communities

The College of Medicine will help increase the availability of medical care in small towns and rural areas through its new degree course. Credit: Lantern File Photo The College of Medicine partners with Bon Secours Mercy Health to help increase the availability of medical care in small towns and rural areas. Dr. Daniel Clinchot, associate …

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Kessler and BrainQ Join National Trial of Breakthrough Device to Improve Recovery After Stroke

Kessler and BrainQ Join National Trial of Breakthrough Device to Improve Recovery After Stroke

Researchers from the Kessler Foundation and the Kessler Institute for Rehabilitation (collectively “Kessler”) are enrolling participants in a nationwide trial of a breakthrough device to improve recovery after stroke. Kessler sites in West Orange and Saddle Brook, NJ, are among 20 sites across the United States participating in the EMAGINE Stroke Recovery trial, which combines …

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Brain-powered wheelchair shows promise in the real world |  Dell School of Medicine

Brain-powered wheelchair shows promise in the real world | Dell School of Medicine

AUSTIN, Texas — In one of the first studies of its kind, several people with motor disabilities were able to use a wheelchair that translates their thoughts into motion. The study conducted by researchers at the University of Texas at Austin and published today in the journal iScience is an important step forward for brain-machine …

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Decades of efforts to reduce the risk of stillbirth in the United States have been offset by newly identified risks

Decades of efforts to reduce the risk of stillbirth in the United States have been offset by newly identified risks

According to a study led by Rutgers, a decades-long effort to reduce the stillbirth rate in the United States has stalled, as has progress in closing a persistent gap between excessive stillbirths suffered by black women compared to women. white. “Over the past 40 years, we have reduced some risk factors for stillbirth, such as …

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