PCOS increases the risk of cardiovascular complications during childbirth

This article was originally published PracticalCardiology.com. A new study shows that women with PCOS are more likely to develop cardiovascular complications during hospital birth than their counterparts without the common endocrine disorder. Led by investigators at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, the results of the study, which drew on data from a national inpatient … Read more

Postdoctoral researcher at UMass Chan University has received two fellowship awards in support of brain research

Violetta Doran-Lafort, Ph.D., will use spatial transcription technology to map senescent cells in the brain for the first time. Violetta Doran-Lafort, MD, a postdoctoral researcher in the lab of Dorothy B. Shaffer, associate professor of neurobiology, has been awarded two fellowships totaling $375,000 to support her research into how cells in the brain affect aging. … Read more

Students of the University of Auckland William Beaumont School of Medicine return from a study trip to Auschwitz

Nineteen next-generation doctors from the William Beaumont School of Medicine at the University of Auckland spent last week in Poland to better understand the Holocaust – and gain a deeper appreciation for human kindness. The week consisted of two days in Krakow with the rest of the time spent in Auschwitz, home to the former … Read more

Dog Show 101: What’s in the Westminster Kennel Club | Health, medicine and fitness

By Jennifer Peltz – The Associated Press TARIETOWN, New York (AP) – Thousands of dogs began competing Monday for the prize for best in show at the famous Westminster Kennel Club dog show. To the casual viewer, the annual show of dapper handlers who lead polite dogs around the ring may seem like a somewhat … Read more

A Champion of Contrasts and Corporate Advisor Celebration After Decades of Service to MUSC | catch

Longtime Consultant, Diversity Pioneer and Champion Sabra C. Slaughter, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Research and former Director of Health Disparities Research Center, College of Medicine At MUSC, he will retire on June 27. As a tireless leader in the areas of diversity and minority health improvement across South Carolina, Slaughter has worked at multiple levels … Read more

Elon University / Performing Arts Graduates / Dance Sciences

Dance Science Graduates Anthony Amatucci 16 BFA in Dance and Bachelor of Dance Science Performance Credits: Clancyworks Dance Company, The Dance Cure, The Kearns Dance Project, Terranova Dance Company. Dance teacher at Jo Ann Warren’s studio in Worcester, Massachusetts Dr. Leah Palmer Aycock 13 BFA in Dance and Bachelor of Dance Science He holds a … Read more

Mom and Daughter at the 75th Annual Tony Awards

Tar Heel – “Vivien Yearwood has had a feeling” since her 3-year-old daughter Valencia was that dancing might take her place – although medical school eventually topped the list of priorities. “I kind of thought she had a chance even back then.” said Vivian, a resident of Tar Hill. “But even though she went to … Read more

BluePearl Specialty and Emergency Pet Hospital Partners with the National Association of Black Veterinarians to Improve Diversity in Veterinary Medicine

This partnership helps NABV achieve its goal of promoting diversity in the field by providing a way for blacks to engage with veterinary professionals in professional, social, academic and cultural settings. Tampa, Florida.And the June 19, 2022 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ – BluePearl Specialty Hospital and Emergency Hospital for Petsa leading provider of advanced veterinary care with over … Read more