Nearly 2 billion people worldwide are living with Fatty Liver Disease, which occurs when lipid droplets – the sites where fat is stored in cells – accumulate in the organ.
Less than one percent of adolescents addicted to opiates receive medications to help them quit, new research shows. The Journal of Adolescent Health says that’s compared to 12 percent of adults that receive medication.
Medical students and their supporters filled McNamara Alumni Center on Friday, March 17, 2017, to celebrate Match Day.
For students studying global health at the University of Minnesota, there’s a new partnership that’s poised to teach real-world lessons while expanding their education boundaries – literally.
Eating disorders can take many forms. There is evidence to show that people with one form may transition to another over time. How and why this happens has not been closely examined, until now.
Daylight saving time is fast approaching- a day many of us dread because it often means losing an hour of sleep.
“When we think about viruses, we think disease,” says Masato Yamamoto, M.D., Ph.D., a professor in the Department of Surgery and member of the Masonic Cancer Center, University of Minnesota.
Colon and colorectal cancers are among the most commonly diagnosed cancers in both men and women in the United States. A
“We kind of have a choice of where we go to medical school, but with residency, it’s just up in the air. I make my list, the programs make their lists, it’s put into this magical box, and the result comes out.” On Friday, March 17, Victoria Black Horse will be alongside her classmates as she learns just where she will be spending her residency.
For Medical School student, Tim Kummer, March 17, 2017, will be the culmination of a non-traditional journey. "Match Day has kind of always been this off in the distance thing that didn’t ever actually seem real. Now that it is actually getting close, I feel general anxiety. All I want is for time to pass, so I know where I will be matched and can take the next step."