UM School of Medicine Research Shows that Current Rehabilitation Practices May Not Be Sufficient for Hip Fracture Recovery in Older Adults.Learn More about Multicomponent Home-Based Treatments Improve Mobility in Older Adults After Hip Fracture, New Research Shows
New finding from the University of Maryland School of Medicine notes sharp rise in obesity rates in preschoolers from low-income households regardless of ability to access nutritious foodsLearn More about Food Insecurity in Early Childhood Linked to Poor Health But Not Obesity
New Leaders Will Provide Added Support for Students in Education, Admissions, and Wellness InitiativesLearn More about UM School of Medicine Announces New Assistant Deans to Expand Student Education Programs and Implement New Curriculum
Baltimore City Youth Spend the Summer at UMSOM Learning About Health and ScienceLEARN MORE about Mini-Med School for Kids Program Celebrates Graduation
American Heart Association issues new science advisory co-authored by cardiologist at the University of Maryland School of MedicineLEARN MORE about Doctors Should Consider Prescribing Purified Omega-3 Capsules to Reduce Heart Risks in Those with Moderately High Triglyceride Levels
Increased Global Travel Gives Rise to U.S.-Based Malaria Cases and Need for Better Access to Intravenous TreatmentLEARN MORE about UM School of Medicine Researcher Warns of Need for Malaria Drug to Treat Severe Cases in U.S.
A Single Vaccine Could Help Protect Against Malaria, Dengue and Yellow FeverLearn More about UM School of Medicine Researchers Begin Phase 1 Clinical Trial of Vaccine Against Mosquito-Borne Diseases
Institute for Genome Sciences Scientists at UM School of Medicine Shed Light on How Certain Vaginal Microbiome Can Help Protect Against Sexually Transmitted InfectionsLearn More about Researchers Identify How Vaginal Microbiome Can Elicit Resistance or Susceptibility to Chlamydia
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