“While it wasn’t completely surprising, the fact that the proportion of men seeking definitive treatment declined the most suggested that more men are choosing to delay treatment after diagnosis,” says study author
Dr. Mary-Claire King was recently on the Indiana University campus to receive the Hermann J. Muller award, and to give this year’s Muller Lecture on genetics and genomics. While she was there, she joined host Aaron Cain in the WFIU studios.
The organizations will work together on the annual Global Burden of Disease study -- "embarking on an unprecedented and unparalleled journey to improve health systems and, in turn, the health and well-being of people throughout the world,” said
Of households with guns in Washington, almost two-thirds keep the firearms lying around, possibly loaded, instead of locking them in a secure place — a problem University of Washington researchers say is helping drive the state’s suicide epidemi