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William S. Middleton Proves a Compelling Subject for Dan Albert's Latest Book

William S. Middleton Proves a Compelling Subject for Dan Albert

Madison, Wisconsin - The name “William S. Middleton” lives on prominently as the name of Madison’s Veterans Administration Hospital and certainly in the memories of generations of UW-Madison medical students. He spent 63 years at UW...
11/19/2014 | William S. Middleton Proves a Compelling Subject for Dan Albert's Latest Book

Donata Oertel Named Chair of Neuroscience

Donata Oertel Named Chair of Neuroscience

Madison, Wisconsin - Donata Oertel, a nationally renowned researcher in the neurobiology of hearing, has been named the founding chair of the neuroscience department at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. Oertel joi...
11/18/2014 | Donata Oertel Named Chair of Neuroscience

New UW Study Shows Possible Link Between Asthma and Cardiovascular Disease

New UW Study Shows Possible Link Between Asthma and Cardiovascular Disease

Madison, Wisconsin - Asthma that requires daily medication is associated with a significantly higher risk of heart attack or stroke, according to a new study from the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health (SMPH). The study...
11/17/2014 | New UW Study Shows Possible Link Between Asthma and Cardiovascular Disease

UW Researchers Win $2.8 Million Grant to Improve Prostate Cancer Tests

UW Researchers Win $2.8 Million Grant to Improve Prostate Cancer Tests

Madison, Wisconsin - A group of University of Wisconsin Carbone Cancer Center researchers has won a $2.8 million federal grant to develop a better method for determining which prostate cancers are likely to metastasize and spread.   &n...
11/17/2014 | UW Researchers Win $2.8 Million Grant to Improve Prostate Cancer Tests

You and Your Mat: The Benefits of Yoga

You and Your Mat: The Benefits of Yoga

Madison, Wisconsin – What are valid reasons for starting a yoga practice? It's a trick question, because any reason is valid, and are as varied as the practitioners. Karla Bock started taking yoga eight years ago because she thought i...
11/17/2014 | You and Your Mat: The Benefits of Yoga

Research Identifies Anhedonia as a Reason Smokers Struggle to Quit

Research Identifies Anhedonia as a Reason Smokers Struggle to Quit

University of Wisconsin-Madison researchers have identified a key reason smokers struggle so much to break their addiction. After quitting, many smokers suffer from anhedonia, a pervasive inability to experience pleasure during life activities t...
11/12/2014 | Research Identifies Anhedonia as a Reason Smokers Struggle to Quit

 

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