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January 09, 2011 Featured News

The concept once seemed futuristic: medical decision-making hinged on an individual’s genetic makeup rather than population statistics. But today, the hope of personalized medicine is being pursued at labs around the world, most drastically shaping the field of oncology.

January 08, 2011 Faculty in the Media

The shooting of Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords has sparked an intense debate over whether incendiary political talk is a real danger or merely vivid political rhetoric.

January 06, 2011 Faculty in the Media

The World Health Organization will start vaccinating Haitians against cholera in April. Peter Hotez, M.D., Ph.D., Distinguished Research Professor, Walter G.

December 26, 2010 Faculty in the Media

Amir Afkhami, M.D., Ph.D., assistant professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences in the School of Medicine and Health Sciences and assistant professor of Global Health in the School of Public Health and Health Services, authored an article on faith healing in Iraq.

December 24, 2010 Faculty in the Media

The U.S. Institute of Medicine has increased the recommended levels of vitamin D that people need in order to stay healthy.

December 22, 2010 Faculty in the Media

Giant African rats spotted hundreds of TB-positive sputum samples that a standard microscope test missed on first pass, researchers report in the December American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. Peter Hotez, M.D., Ph.D., Distinguished Research Professor, Walter G.

December 19, 2010 Featured News

For thousands of years, philosophers have gappled with the ideas of determinism and free will. Does human nature abide by the laws of physics — that actions are no more than reactions?

December 19, 2010 Faculty in the Media

A new analysis shows the presence of a probable carcinogen in the tap water of 31 cities across the country, raising questions about possible risks posed to consumers and how they can reduce their exposure.