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How to prepare for coronavirus in MI. Step 1: Breathe
College of Osteopathic Medicine infectious disease expert Peter Gulick talks about the coronavirus
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The fat around your arteries may actually keep them healthy
Stephanie Watts, professor of MSU Pharmacology & Toxicology in the College of Osteopathic Medicine, investigates how perivascular adipose tissue helps arteries “stress relax”.
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Loss of bladder control in children could be due to stress
College of Osteopathic Medicine assistant professor Nathan Tykocki receives $1.2 million NIH grant to investigate further.
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Ellie Small: Honoring a teacher and mentor
Ellie Small is a second-year medical student in the College of Osteopathic Medicine and president of Detroit Street Care. Richard Bryce, an assistant professor and physician in the…
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MSU named an Age-Friendly University
Michigan State University has achieved a major international mark of distinction, acceptance into the Age-Friendly University, or AFU, network. This designation is reserved for…
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Scientists scrutinize new coronavirus genome for answers
As of today (January 23), 18 people have died from a newly identified coronavirus, and more than 630 have been infected. According to Peter Gulick, an infectious disease specialist…
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