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Contributing Authors

Larry Becker; James Ponder; Nancy Yuen; Heather Reifsnyder; Briana Pastorino; Douglas Hackleman; Lynn McDowell, JD

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Highland Springs Medical Plaza renamed to Loma Linda University Health - Beaumont-Banning, Business incubator lands first research grant, eating nuts reduced weight gain, students challenge others to join national bone marrow registry

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Inside this issue:

-- Loma Linda University Health announces enhanced health care services to Banning, Beaumont: Highland Springs Medical Plaza renamed Loma Linda University Health – Beaumont-Banning

-- Business incubator at Loma Linda University Health lands first research grant: $150,000 grant will target a protein that protects cells infected with human papillomavirus

-- Eating nuts can reduce weight gain, study says

-- Clinical laboratory science students step up; challenge others to join national bone marrow registry

-- Expecting couple pays baby shower forward

-- School of Public Health study reports eating walnuts improves seniors’ nutrition in unexpected ways

-- Loma Linda University researchers awarded $1.4 million NIH grant to study tobacco control in Asia

-- Calcium or other components of dairy may protect against colorectal cancers, study says

-- Guild to host 18th annual Dishes for Wishes culinary fundraiser

-- Loma Linda Guild hosts annual Fall into Reading

-- Inland Empire 66ers raise over $4,100 for Children’s Hospital

-- Tory Silvestrin: running life’s marathon at a sprint

-- New Double Helix sculpture is gift from former patient: Gift inspired by patient who was successfully treated for prostate cancer at Loma Linda University Health

-- Rebel with a Cause: Originator of corporate wellness identifies strategies for maximum-impact giving

Volume

30

Issue

8

Publication Date

10-2017

Publisher

Loma Linda University Health

City

Loma Linda

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TODAY - October 2017

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