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Holiday spices

Holiday spices that may actually make you healthier
As we head into the holidays, a nutrition expert shows you which spices work well this time of year - and may benefit your body.
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ATROPHY TREATMENT

Dr. James Cray

ADHD drug may help  prevent "wasting away"
New research suggests a drug commonly used for attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder may help prevent skeletal muscular atrophy, a condition that affects millions of chronically ill people.

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HIGH-RISK PREGNANCIES

Scott A. Sullivan

High-tech help for high-risk pregnancies
MUSC experts on high-risk pregnancy are making the most of a telemedicine program that has quadrupled in cost while cutting costs.
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NANOTECHNOLOGY

nanotechnology

Drug delivery research for transplants wins big
Award-winning entrepreneurial team merges bioengineering with medicine to find a way to decrease rejection of transplanted organs and lower the debilitating side effects of transplant medications.
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In the News

1. Cover Story: Big Data and the Analytics Imperative
(HealthLeaders magazine featuring Dr. Patrick Cawley)

2. Drug Combo Found to Help Lupus Patients

3. Lowcountry mom on marijuana mission

 


Of the big three things that I need to make sure we invest in, analytics is definitely one, in addition to case management and population health.

Dr. Patrick Cawley -
Executive Director/CEO - MUSC Medical Center

 

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