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  • Nov 30, 2015

    Sugar Free Drinks Can Still Damage Teeth

    It is common knowledge that sugar-filled sodas, sports drinks, and juices are bad news when it comes to maintaining healthy teeth. Now, a study done by researchers at Melbourne University’s Oral Health Cooperative Research Center shows their sugar-free counterparts aren’t great for your teeth either.

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  • Nov 24, 2015

    Beware the Burn of the Bird

    Deep frying a turkey this Thanksgiving? Make sure you avoid these hazards to avoid calling the fire department.

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  • Nov 23, 2015

    Eye on Diabetes

    November is National Diabetic Eye Disease Awareness Month: Get the Facts, Pass Them On.

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  • Why Online Doctor Ratings are Good Medicine

    A new study in the December issue of Academic Medicine bolsters research linking good patient satisfaction scores with good patient outcomes. It sheds light on another, unspoken benefit by showing how openly sharing patient satisfaction metrics created a culture of empathy, communication, trust and shared decision making between patients and providers at a health system in Utah: University of Utah Health Care (UUHC).

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  • Possible New Mechanism for Aspirin’s Role in Cancer Prevention

    A new study from Huntsman Cancer Institute suggests a second look when it comes to prescribing a daily dose of aspirin.

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  • Advances in Precision Medicine and Translational Research: PPH and CCTS Pilot Award Symposium

    On December 2, 2015, lead investigators of interdisciplinary teams will present their research toward advancing customized healthcare. Each team is recipient of a seed grant from University of Utah’s Center for Clinical and Translational Science (CCTS) and Program in Personalized Health pilot program designed to combine talent, resources, and perspectives from across disciplines in order to spur translational research related to personalized health.

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