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  1. A search for genes that change their levels of expression in response to starvation has uncovered potential clues to the mechanism behind the health benefits of omega fatty acids. MGH researchers...
  2. Sparkle and Shine ❖ Culminating a two-year, $140 million renovation, the New York Palace ( www.newyorkpalace.com ) completed two 5,000-square-foot triplex suites (from $25,000 per night) in September...
  3. MGH researchers have discovered a type of mutation known as copy-number variants – deletions, duplications, or rearrangements of human genomic DNA – in affected members of 10 families with early-...
  4. Colorado’s peak skiing experience this winter can be found at Beaver Creek ( www.beavercreek.com ), where a new $50,000 five-night trip for four comes with a slew of powder-themed perks. Available...
  5. To the list of reasons for frequenting Las Vegas—gaming, fine dining, golf—members of Dream Racing’s Ferrari club ( www.dreamracing.com ) can add track time in an F430 GT racecar at the Las Vegas...
  6. Reisa Sperling, MD, is using neuroimaging to ask whether anti-amyloid antibody treatment can reverse Alzheimer’s disease pathology before memory loss sets in. “We are going beyond looking for...
  7. BOSTON – For the first time, Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) researchers have isolated egg-producing stem cells from the ovaries of reproductive age women and shown these cells can produce what...
  8. Watching Wyatt Joyner wiggle and bounce in his mom’s lap, it is difficult to imagine that the 9-month-old – now nearly the size of his 2-year-old sister – was once in the Newborn Intensive Care Unit...
  9. MGH researchers have identified what may be a major factor behind the increased risk of two adverse outcomes in IVF pregnancies – extremely high estrogen levels at the time of embryo transfer. They...
  10. A drug approved for the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis may also turn out to be the first targeted therapy for one of the most common forms of kidney disease, a condition that almost inevitably...

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