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Prostate cancer screening not necessary for some older patients
Men with a limited life expectancy due to advanced age and existing medical conditions may not benefit from annual prostate cancer screening, according to researchers at Washington University School of Medicine.
Older Americans receive benefits from volunteering as tutors
A new study from Washington University in St. Louis and Johns Hopkins University, in partnership with Experience Corps, has showed that people over 55 years old that volunteer as tutors experience many physical and mental health benefits.
Grad student's kidney gives life to stranger
After hearing a radio program about kidney donation, Washington University School of Medicine graduate student Chuck Rickert decided to anonymously donate one of his kidneys to a complete stranger.
NIH conference focuses on women's health
March 4-6 at Washington University, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) is asking researchers and concerned citizens what they think are the most important issues regarding women's health. The NIH hopes to find guidance for funding of future women's health research.
New method of auditory training for people with hearing loss
Principles of cognitive psychology and second language learning were incorporated into a new computer-based auditory training program for people with hearing loss. The WUSM program is designed to help those patients better understand spoken words.
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