https://news.illinois.edu/view/6367/801336
7.16.2019 Perinatal depression screenings may not detect women having suicidal thoughts, study finds

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — A new study of 736 low-income pregnant women in Illinois found that more...

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https://grainger.illinois.edu/news/features/jumpARCHES_increase
7.16.2019 Jump ARCHES Partnership Expands Beyond Medical Simulation & Education to Include Social and Behavioral Determinants of Health; Endowment Now Exceeds $100 Million

A longstanding partnership between OSF HealthCare and the University of Illinois at Urbana-...

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https://aces.illinois.edu/news/food-insecurity-linked-higher-health-care-expenditures-study-shows
7.12.2019 Food insecurity linked to higher health care expenditures, study shows

URBANA, Ill. – Food insecurity is emerging as a serious health care issue in the United...

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https://beckman.illinois.edu/news/2019/06/mri_system_project-2019
6.27.2019 Illinois Units, Foundation Fund Purchase of Animal MRI at Beckman Institute
http://www.kch.illinois.edu/content/kchs-khan-gets-nih-grant-study-lutein-supplementation-and-ms
6.25.2019 KCH's Khan gets NIH grant to study lutein supplementation and MS

Kinesiology and Community Health assistant professor Naiman Khan has received a National...

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https://www.cnn.com/2019/06/21/health/young-people-horn-skulls-trnd/index.html
6.24.2019 A report says young people are growing horns on their skulls. Critics don't buy it
CNN – Mariana Kersh, a professor of mechanical science and engineering, was quoted in a... (read more)
http://www.kch.illinois.edu/content/anti-aging-pill-might-blunt-effects-exercise-according-kchs-konopka-0
6.20.2019 Anti-Aging Pill Might Blunt Effects of Exercise, according to KCH's Konopka

Kinesiology and Community Health assistant professor Adam Konopka's recently published study...

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https://beckman.illinois.edu/news/2019/6/nih_award_rhodes_sweedler_saif
6.20.2019 Beckman Researchers to Receive $400K to Explore How Exercise May Aid Cognition
https://news.illinois.edu/view/6367/797662
6.13.2019 Study: Irritable bowel syndrome may be underdiagnosed in athletes

For some athletes, intense workouts can send them running to the bathroom rather than the finish...

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