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3 Questions: Michael Yaffe on treating Covid-19 patients with acute respiratory distress
Researchers reveal substantial disparities in COVID-19 hospitalization and death rates among New York City boroughs
Optimizing complex decision-making 23 April
New Ambulatory COVID-19 Testing Site Opens at Bowdoin Street Health Center
BU Engineers Are Taking on Coronavirus Pandemic
New Ambulatory COVID-19 Testing Site Opens at Beth Israel Deaconess HealthCare – Chelsea
Optimizing complex decision-making
Scene at MIT: Donations of personal protective equipment ready for local hospitals
A stopgap measure to treat respiratory distress
Thank you for your patients
Virtual Bariatric Endoscopic Training Tool Being Developed To Improve Patient Safety
Platinum-based Agents are Not Superior to Standard Chemotherapy for Patients with Breast Cancer
Study highlights potential need to standardize quality measurement for cardiovascular care
Breast cancer survivor decides to ‘go flat’ following double mastectomy
New study debunks notion that salt consumption contributes to weight loss
Study: Critical Care Improvements May Differ Depending on Hospital’s Patient Population
High doses of vitamin D for critically ill patients yield minimal benefit
BIDMC neurologist Louis R. Caplan, MD, receives American Heart Association mentorship award
BIDMC joins local universities, teaching hospitals and industry partners
Using AI to Find a Less-Invasive Alternative to Liver Biopsy
Do obesity and smoking impact healing after wrist fracture surgery?
BIDMC and Harvard University launch Climate and Human Health Fellowship
Predicting vulnerability to Alzheimer’s disease and delirium
Tom Delbanco, MD, MACP, to receive national award from American College of Physicians
Retrospective study suggests emergency department physicians are improving both outcomes
Study: First Evidence of Immune Response Targeting Brain Cells in Autism
Sol Schulman, MD, PhD, Receives 2019 NIH Director’s Early Independence Award
Mark Andermann, PhD, Receives 2019 NIH Director’s Pioneer Award
Study: Obesity Associated with Abnormal Bowel Habits – Not Diet
Choices of Heart: Healthy Foods More Important than Type of Diet to Reduce Heart Disease Risk
Study: Non-invasive Electrical Stimulation Alters Blood Flow in Brain Tumors
One to Two Servings of Caffeinated Beverages Not Associated with Higher Risk of Migraine Headaches
Tod Woolf, PhD, Named Executive Director of Technology Ventures Office
More Harm Than Good: Researchers Find Widespread Aspirin Use Despite Few Benefits, High Risks
Ingredient in Grapes May Protect Against Musculoskeletal Atrophy in Partial Gravity
Study Finds Key Metabolic Changes in Patients with Chemotherapy-Associated Cardiotoxicity
Study Finds Subclinical Cardiovascular Disease Associated with Higher Fall Risk
Researchers Develop New Screening Tool to Help Clinicians Prevent New HIV Infections
Preoperative Management of Inflammation May Stave Off Cancer Recurrences
Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Breaks Ground on New Inpatient Building
Representing Australian EM on world stage
Research reveals how Internet may be changing brain
Walking speed points to future clinical outcomes for older patients with blood cancers
Reading Clinician Visit Notes Can Improve Patients’ Adherence to Medications