At Milan Men’s Week, the War Lives On

MILAN — Every Sunday morning here a time-warped market springs up in via Armorari and along a triangle of neighboring streets just steps from the great cathedral, the Duomo. On folding tables and the steps of the old post office vendors sell curious ephemera, principally postcards, coins and stamps. The Mercatino Filatelico e Numismatico was…

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Gracie Terzian, Jeffrey Emanuel

Grace Benedict Paine Terzian and Jeffrey Howard Emanuel were married Jan. 11 at UVA Inn at Darden in Charlottesville, Va. William N. Marshall Sr., the chief deputy sheriff in Charlottesville, officiated with George C. Paine II, an uncle of the bride, leading the ceremony. Ms. Terzian, 28, who goes by Gracie, is a singer, songwriter,…

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Researchers discover novel potential target for drug addiction treatment

MINNEAPOLIS, MN- January 15, 2020 – New University of Minnesota Medical School research discovers a novel potential target for treating drug addiction through “the hidden stars of the brain.” Dopamine is one of the major reward molecules of the brain and contributes to learning, memory and motivated behaviors. Disruption of dopamine is associated with addiction-related…

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BU and Thai researchers find strengths and gaps in Thailand diabetes care

As Thailand transitions to a high-middle-income country, noncommunicable chronic diseases such as diabetes are on the rise. A new study by researchers from Boston University School of Public Health (BUSPH) and Chulalongkorn and Mahidol Universities in Bangkok identifies the strengths and weaknesses of diabetes care in Thailand’s universal health system. Published in the journal…

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