Author | Judith Groch

Articles

M.D. Researchers Often Hit an NIH Funding Wall

June 13, 2007

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The odds of getting an NIH grant are a lot better for Ph.D.s and M.D.s who also hold a Ph.D. than for physicians who have a medical degree alone, one study showed.

Aging Americans Crank Up Nation's Arthritis Financial Burden

April 27, 2007

SAN FRANCISCO -- The aging population has escalated the national price tag for arthritis and other rheumatic conditions by nearly 25% in seven years, investigators here reported.

Shredded Lettuce Prime Suspect in E. coli Outbreak

December 14, 2006

ROCKVILLE, Md. -- Discarding green onions as a red herring, the FDA and the CDC have focused on shredded lettuce as the probable source of an outbreak of E. coli infections traced to Taco Bell restaurants in the northeast.

Shredded Lettuce Is Suspect in E. coli Outbreak

December 14, 2006

ROCKVILLE, Md. -- Discarding green onions as a red herring, the FDA and the CDC have focused on shredded lettuce as the probable source of an outbreak of E. coli infections traced to Taco Bell restaurants in the northeast.