Overall well-being of a population on a county level is associated with lower healthcare spending for each Medicare fee-for-service beneficiary, says JAMA Network Open study led by Carley Riley, MD.
A new study in Science Translational Medicine could have significant implications for a growing field of study called circadian medicine—timing the administration of drugs or other therapies to coincide with the body’s internal clock.
Researchers report in Nature Communications that blocking an RNA-silencing protein in the livers of mice keeps the animals from getting fat and diabetic conditions.
Learn more about the business of science and our expanded Innovation Ventures teams in the Summer 2018 issue of Research Horizons.
Our 2017 Research Annual Report reflects another year of outstanding scientific achievement by our faculty and the Cincinnati Children’s Research Foundation.
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