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Lack of natural germ-killers linked to infections in eczema patients

...are created in mucous membranes and tissues lining the gut and the bronchial system. Dr. Jon Hanifin of Oregon Health Sciences University, a member of the National Eczema Association's scientific advisory committee, said the researchers may...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2002/10/11/tec_357966.shtml
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...the risk of cavities. Now evidence indicates that fluoridation also may be good for bones. Researchers at Oregon Health Sciences University, comparing 2,563 women who had no exposure to fluoridated water for the past 20 years to 3,218 women...

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Marijuana may yield medicines, panel says

...marijuana as a medicine," said panel co-chairman John A. Benson, an emeritus professor of medicine at Oregon Health Sciences University. How might cannabinoid drugs be used? "Analgesia (pain relief) may be the biggest market for commercial...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/04/01/ent_257843.shtml
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Health capsules: Brain drain?

...was less than 1 percent a year, said Dr. Jeffrey Kaye, director of the Aging and Alzheimer's Center at Oregon Health Sciences University in Portland. "This study implies that brain health continues well into the extremes of our current age...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/03/18/ent_256489.shtml
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New guidelines revive warnings on salt

...still evolving. In an article published last week in the journal Science, David McCarron, a professor at Oregon Health Sciences University, wrote that "limitation of (salt) in food has historically been the dietary mantra of those who set nutritional...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/08/20/ent_236490.shtml
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Study finds dementia in most 100-year-olds

...dementia," Blansjaar said. Dr. Jeffrey Kaye, a neurologist who directs the Oregon Brain Aging Study at the Oregon Health Sciences University and the Portland Veterans Affairs Medical Center, agreed that few people can live to 100 without serious...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/06/04/ent_230143.shtml
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Study finds modest advantage of drug for leg clots

...Rochester and published in Thursday's issue of the New England Journal of Medicine. Dr. John M. Porter of Oregon Health Sciences University said in an editorial that because of the bleeding risk and lack of clear advantages, clot dissolvers should...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1998/04/16/ent_226166.shtml
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Chilling the body speeds recovery from brain injury, study says

...role in the inflammatory response. Dr. Randall Chesnut, an associate professor of neurosurgery at the Oregon Health Sciences University, said the evidence strongly suggests that chilling the body makes a difference. "Recovering better early...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1997/02/20/tec_204316.shtml
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Internet addiction center opens in US

...2012, which determines which mental illnesses get covered by insurance. Pies and Dr. Jerald Block, of Oregon Health Sciences University in Portland, said there is not enough research yet to justify that. "Among psychiatrists there is general...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2009/09/13/liv_547720.shtml
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Study involving mice suggests mother's diet may influence babies' life span

...during prenatal life has a very powerful impact on longevity," said Kent Thornburg, a fetal physiologist at Oregon Health Sciences University who did not contribute to the new study. However, other researchers said they remain unconvinced. Rachel...

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