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COCA Accreditation Visit a Success
ATHENS, Ohio, Nov. 25 -- The Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine issued the following news release:
The Ohio University Heritage College of Osteopathic Medicine emerged from its seven-year accreditation review with high marks, having met 95 of the 96 standards. The remaining standard should be met when Ohio University's ongoing RFP process to provide on-site security for the Dublin campus is complete, which is expected to happen before the final accreditation report is filed at th . . .
Ending Violence and Discrimination Against Women: A Call to Action
NEW YORK, Nov. 25 -- The United Nations Population Fund issued the following news:
"Today, there is no country in the world, not one, where women and girls live free from violence," said UNFPA Executive Director Dr. Babatunde Osotimehin, in a statement marking the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women.
The day, commemorated annually on 25 November, calls for global action on preventing and ending violence against women and girls - one of the most pervasive human . . .
Knee Health and Running
HOUSTON, Nov. 25 -- Baylor College of Medicine issued the following news release:
Any runner will tell you at one time or another someone has warned them, "You'll wear out your knees!" However, a new study led by Dr. Grace Hsiao-Wei Lo, assistant professor of medicine at Baylor College of Medicine found that running as a habitual exercise at any stage in life does not increase a person's risk of developing knee osteoarthritis and may even help protect a person from developing the painful dise . . .
Masking HIV Target Cells Prevents Viral Transmission in Animal Model
ATLANTA, Nov. 25 -- Emory University Woodruff Health Sciences Center issued the following news release:
Cloaking immune cells with antibodies that block T cell trafficking to the gut can substantially reduce the risk of viral transmission in a non-human primate model of HIV infection, scientists report.
The findings suggest that drugs that are already in clinical trials for inflammatory bowel diseases might be effective in the treatment or prevention of HIV infection.
The results were p . . .
OSU to Study Diseases Affecting Common Nursery Plants
CORVALLIS, Ore., Nov. 25 -- Oregon State University issued the following news release:
Oregon State University plans to use a $3 million grant to study two groups of bacteria that result in millions of dollars in losses annually to the nation's nursery industry.
Researchers will study Agrobacterium tumefaciens and Rhodococcus fascians, which deform hundreds of common landscape plants, including hostas, Shasta daisies, petunias and pansies.
These bacterial pathogens are of particular con . . .