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Brain size may signal risk of developing an eating disorder

By Jackie Brinkman | University Communications


Author Jackie Brinkman | Publish Date August 26, 2013
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Students and faculty give medical care to homeless families

Two girls receive immunizations from CU students Katie Derington and Ania Sablik Two girls smile on the patient's chair after receiving immunizations at the Back to School Healthy Kids Fair. Among the 25 CU students and faculty volunteering at the fair are Katie Derington (left, pharmacy) and Ania Sablik (nursing).

Author Chris Casey | Publish Date August 22, 2013
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25 years of transplant surgery for Igal Kam, MD

Jon ZeschinSeventeen years after he had a liver transplant, Jon Zeschin got sick.


Author Vicki Hildner | Publish Date August 04, 2013
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Excellent affordable dental care at CU School of Dental Medicine

At 81, Fred Glaser takes his health very seriously. He’s fit, he eats well and he knows how important his oral health is.


Author Danielle Zieg | Publish Date July 21, 2013
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Matlock and colleagues review geographic variation in cardiovascular procedure

Daniel Matlock, MD, MPH, assistant professor, School of Medicine, and colleagues published a study in The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) that reviews the rate of major cardiovascular procedures for nearly six-million patients covered by Medicare. The study compared how often procedures are performed on patients in the capitated Medicare Advantage program and those in the Medicare fee-for-service system. They found that some patients, depending on where they are in the country, were more likely to get certain procedures regardless of the payment structure.


Author Danielle Zieg | Publish Date July 18, 2013
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