Fredy Reyes

Fredy Reyes

Dallas Rhinoplasty Symposium Celebrates 30th Anniversary - Yahoo! News

Baylor College of Medicine - Dallas Rhinoplasty Symposium Celebrates 30th Anniversary - Yahoo! News Dallas Rhinoplasty Symposium Celebrates 30th Anniversary - Yahoo! News Dallas plastic surgeons, Dr. Rod J. Rohrich and Dr. Jack P. Gunter, co-chair Dallas Rhinoplasty Symposium as it celebrates its 30th year as a landmark ...

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FoodBev.com | News | Eating rice is good for your health, says new research

In a study published online in the peer-reviewed journal Food and Nutrition Sciences, lead author Theresa Nicklas of Baylor College of Medicine analysed the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey datasets from 2005-2010 and evaluated the association of rice consumption with ...

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150 breast cancer survivors celebrate triumph over disease at luncheon - CultureMap Houston

Baylor College of Medicine - Dr. Polly Niravath, director of the Lester and Sue Smith Breast Cancer Clinic, added, "You are all inspirations to us who have the privilege of taking care of you. " The survivors are from the Smith Clinic and Lyndon B. Johnson Hospital. Harris Health System and its partner institutions ...

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Key cells in touch sensation identified: Skin cells use new molecule to send touch information to th...

Baylor College of Medicine - The other authors of the paper are: Srdjan Maksimovic (Columbia), Masashi Nakatani (Columbia and Keio University, Japan), Yoshichika Baba (Columbia), Aislyn Nelson (Columbia and Baylor College of Medicine), Kara Marshall (Columbia), Scott Wellnitz (Baylor), Pervez Firozi (Baylor)...

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Catholic Health Initiatives, St. Luke's, Baylor College of Medicine partner on new hospital - Housto...

Baylor College of Medicine - "This is a relationship unique in academic medicine," Dr. Paul Klotman, BCM president and CEO, said in a statement. "Medical schools usually receive support through academic affiliation agreements with their hospital affiliates. This is completely different in that we are part owners. We ...

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Report: Surprising Decline in Obesity Rates Among Low-Income Children - Atlanta Black Star

Baylor College of Medicine - Tom Baranowski, professor of pediatrics at Baylor College of Medicine, said obesity has as much to do with genes as it does with behavior. “It could be that we are hitting some sort of a biological limit,” he said to the Times, in which “all those who are genetically predisposed to being ...

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US tycoon plans mission to Mars - Americas - Al Jazeera English

Baylor College of Medicine - " Jonathan Clark, a physician at the Center for Space Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine, said zero-gravity and increased radiation in space are the major medical issues. Clark also admitted that there can be several complications, including the death of one or both ...

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Genes define the interaction of social amoeba and bacteria | e! Science News

Baylor College of Medicine - Others who took part in this work include Shaulsky, Balaji Santhanam, Edward Roshan Miranda, Anup Parikh Chris Dinh, Rui Chen and Blaz Zupan, all of BCM; and Kavina Juneja of Rice University and Gregor Rot of the University of Ljubljana in Slovenia. Zupan is also of the University of Ljubljana...

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Is millionaire space tourist planning trip to Mars? | Fox News

Baylor College of Medicine - So will Taber MacCallum and Jane Poynter, CEO and president, respectively, of Paragon Space Development Corp., which has expertise in life-support systems; and space-medicine expert Jonathan Clark of the Baylor College of Medicine. The speakers' backgrounds and the lofty goals ...

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Biologic May Tame Severe Asthma

Overall, the monthly injections cut asthma exacerbations a relative 36% compared with placebo (0.68 versus 0.43 per year), Nicola Hanania, MD, of Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, showed in combined analysis of the LUTE and VERSE trials. But that effect missed statistical ...

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