the nature of historical transformation
Postone, SB'63, AM'67,
studies the large-scale historical patterns of the 20th
century-and the philosophers who tried to explain them.
an effort to improve current stroke rehabilitation strategies,
researchers at the University's Brain Research Imaging Center
(BRIC) are seeking answers from that other type of stroke-the
men move into middle age, they spend less time in deep sleep.
This decline may be linked to the decrease in the body's production
of the human growth hormone (HGH) and may contribute to the
aging process, including wear-and-tear of the cardiovascular
system and the tendency toward middle-age spread: love handles,
double chins, and potbellies.
September 21, in a determined effort to attack a phalanx of common
and debilitating diseases through its genetic underbelly, an army
of mice, patient samples, and geneticists invaded the newly constructed
Martin Boyer Laboratories.
exposure to low levels of nicotine, as little as that in a single
cigarette, can cause lasting changes in the brain's 'reward' areas,
report two University of Chicago Medical Center researchers in
the October 2000 issue of the journal Neuron.
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