Emory University | Woodruff Health Sciences Center
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Flu is Coming

Infectious disease experts have had plenty to worry about in the past several decades, including HIV/AIDS, SARS, Ebola, and Zika. But one disease scares them above all others -- influenza. That's right, the flu. Story

Go Fish

What can we learn from regenerating fish hearts? A lot, it turns out.

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Crash Into Me

Driver behavior--from speeding to distraction--causes most auto accidents. What can be done to reduce the risk? Story

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Taming the 'Hunger Nerve'

A preliminary study of a promising new treatment for weight loss. Story

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Reducing Harm from Alarms

A stay in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU) is no picnic when you're recovering from major surgery, severe trauma, or serious illness. Patients endure their share of discomfort -- IVs, needle sticks, staples or sutures, bandages, chest tubes, cannulas, catheters, bright lights, and noise. Story

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