The list—curated by TIME’s health reporters and editors—recognizes 50 people who changed the state of health care in America this year, and bear watching for what they do next.
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The list, now in its 15th year, recognizes the activism, innovation and achievement of the world’s most influential individuals.
In JAMA op-ed, BUSM Dean Karen Antman, MD, comments on national survey of med students
The research infrastructure BUSM researchers have created that has resulted in numerous publications, new research grants and training opportunities.
Data from the Framingham Heart Study shows brain aging and increased risk for stroke and dementia.
According to U.S. News & World Report, BUSM ranked 30th for best research medical school and 34th for best in primary care.
The findings are the first step to developing a similar protocol using human stem cells that will allow the modeling of thyroid disease to better understand its causes and the development of therapies.
In hopes to inspire greater awareness among healthcare providers, researchers studied the associations between food insecurity and adverse childhood developmental-behavioral outcomes in infants and toddlers, preschoolers, school age and adolescent children.
Sanford Auerbach, MD, stresses that it is now time for physicians to consider the association between these sleep conditions and cognitive impairment in the elderly.
Data Suggests Modest Physical Activity Linked to Improved Markers of Insulin Sensitivity, Inflammation
Data from the Framingham Heart Study suggests that insulin resistance may be modulated with modest levels of physical activity.