Allison Hoff had nearly exhausted her five minutes at an internet café when the e-mail arrived.
Today, more than 500 first- and second-year medical and health science students, faculty, and staff from SMHS scooped, measured, and bagged meals made of rice, dehydrated vegetables, soybeans, and 21 vitamins and minerals. In partnership with the DC Chapter of Kids Against Hunger, they assembled...
When Brian Blades, M.D., was appointed chair of Surgery in 1946, there was no way he could have imagined what his department would look like today.
According to the American Academy of Dermatology, roughly 50 million men and as many as 30 million women in the United States experience some form of hereditary hair loss.
The world is growing smaller as the cost of mobile technology plummets and more high-powered smartphones reach the hands of eager new customers.
The question had puzzled doctors for more than 100 years: How did nitroglycerin — the same explosive compound Alfred Nobel famously tamed in his invention of dynamite — work as a therapeutic? They knew it flushed blood into the heart, alleviating painful conditions like angina, but how?