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Kidney Toxins and Kidney Injury Biomarker Detected in Children
Investigators have detected elevated levels of KIM-1 as well as arsenic and chromium in urine from children in a north-central region of Mexico.
Big Iron Move In at Brigham and Women’s Hospital’s Brigham Building for the Future
State-of-the-art imaging devices, including big magnets for MRI systems, transported and installed at new building, set to open in early October.
Changes Uncovered in the Gut Bacteria of Patients with Multiple Sclerosis
Study finds alterations in the gut microbiomes of treated and untreated MS patients.
Improvements Needed in End-of-Life Care for Patients with Organ Failure
Study of veterans finds need for improvement in quality of end-of-life care for all patients, especially those dying of organ failure.
For Women, Healthy Diets May Help with Mobility when Aging
New study finds healthier diets may be associated with preventing or delaying a decline in physical function in women as they age