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Health - Mar 14, 2018
Health
Ever notice how a cut inside the mouth heals much faster than a cut to the skin? Gum tissue repairs itself roughly twice as fast as skin and with reduced scar formation. One reason might be because of the characteristics of gingival mesenchymal stem cells, or GMSCs, which can give rise to a variety of cell types.
Health - Mar 13, 2018
Health

Just as strep throat can run rampant in elementary schools, strangles, the "strep throat" of horses, caused by a different Streptococcus bacterium, Streptococcus equi sp equi , is highly contagious.

Health - Mar 6, 2018

In the United States, depression affects 16 million people annually, and according to the World Health Organization it's the leading cause of disability across the globe.

Health - Mar 5, 2018
Health

In cities across the United States, about 15 percent of land is considered vacant or abandoned. These areas can foster criminal activity, and urban residents, especially those in low-income neighborhoods, often view vacant land as a threat to their health and safety.

Business - Mar 1, 2018

The University of Pennsylvania Board of Trustees approved a record $237 million financial aid budget, an increase of 5.25 percent and the largest financial aid budget in Penn's history, along with a 3.8 percent tuition increase, the lowest in 9 years.

Law - Feb 28, 2018
Law

The University of Pennsylvania Law School has received a $3 million gift from Robert Toll L'66 and Jane Toll GSE'66 to create and launch the new Toll Public Service Corps, while expanding the Toll

Environment - Mar 8, 2018
Environment

Smallholder farmers who cultivate perhaps only a few hectares of land dominate the agricultural landscape in places like China, India, and sub-Saharan Africa.

Health - Mar 5, 2018
Health

Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania have developed a gene therapy that successfully treats a form of macular degeneration in a canine model.

Event - Mar 2, 2018

At a time when journalism is being battered over claims of "fake news," the growing disregard and politicization of facts, data, research, and science also threatens the fundamental principles of colleges and universities.

Health - Feb 28, 2018

Andrew Hoffman has been named the next Gilbert S. Kahn Dean of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania , effective Aug. 1. The announcement was made today by Penn President Amy Gutmann and Provost Wendell Pritchett.

Life Sciences - Feb 26, 2018
Life Sciences

A University of Pennsylvania paleontologist has described a 5.5 million-year-old fossil species of turtle from eastern Tennessee.




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