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Brain injury recovery improved with longer rehabilitation

Researchers with the San Diego School of Medicine at the University of California report that intense, longer rehabilitation can provide greater results. The senior study author says that the results have "implications for medical practice and medical insurance."

Johns Hopkins partnership hopes to improve disease diagnosis

Johns Hopkins Medicine and the Applied Physics Laboratory at Johns Hopkin's University announced today a partnership that will work to revolutionize how diseases are diagnosed and treated through system engineering practices and rigorous data analysis.

Childbirth injuries: Women not getting needed treatment

The director of gynecology at the University of Michigan operates the university's Healthy Healing After Delivery Program. This program is believed to be the first program that specifically treats post-partum ailments. The director said, "It's amazing how little we actually about what's normal recovery."

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