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Contributing Authors

James Ponder; Kelly J. Phipps; Midori Yoshimura; Patricia Thio; Wil Alexander, PhD; Janna M. Vassantachart; Heather Reifsnyder; Doug Hackleman; Larry Kidder; Jennifer Frehn; Brian Weed

Keywords

LLUMC ranked No. 1, Top Doctors, LLU among top conferring degrees minorities, Adventist Health Study-2; LLUMC treatment for early-stage breast cancer

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Inside this issue:

-- Loma Linda University Medical Center ranked No. 1 among Inland Empire hospitals
-- Twenty-seven LLUMC physicians included among U.S. News & World Report's Top Doctors
-- LLU advancement administrator receives Milton Trailblazer Award
-- Loma Linda University named among top 15 institutions for conferring degrees to minority students
-- Loma Linda University pharmacy residency program: a course of growth
-- Don Roth, General Conference representative, passes away
-- Innerweave: The Wholeness Story
-- Public health professor elected to nonprofit board of directors
-- Nutrition professor elected executive leader of California Dietetics Association
-- Loma Linda University welcomes new USDA food guidelines
-- Spring MEND: School of Dentistry faculty, students, and others reach out during their spring break
-- Drayson Center celebrates 16 years of service to students, faculty, staff, and the community
-- Physician assistant students ushered into clinical work with jacketing ceremony
-- Cooked green vegetables, dried fruit, legumes, and brown rice associated with decrease risk of colon polyps
-- Adventist Health Study-2 awarded $5.5 million from National Institutes of Health
-- Research shows elderly falls are less likely with 30-second sitting pause
-- School of Public Health collaborates with Ghana NGOs to implement public health projects
-- New nursing anesthesia program to start in September 2011
-- LLU researchers discover links between nicotine patch and hum use by pregnant women, and the development of cardiovascular disease in their offspring
-- Dialectical behavior therapy symposium promote effective intervention for suicidal or self-injuring patients
-- LLUMC study uncovers effective new treatment for early-stage breast cancer

Disciplines

Other Medicine and Health Sciences

Volume

24

Issue

9

Publication Date

8-26-2011

Publisher

Loma Linda University

City

Loma Linda

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TODAY - August 26, 2011

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