Public health officials from China and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention visited Temple’s Center for Asian Health to learn about the center’s initiative to reduce sodium in food from Philadelphia’s Chinese takeout eateries.
September 22, 2014
A study led by Robert Whitaker, professor of public health and pediatrics at Temple University, examines the relationship between childhood adversity, mindfulness and health.
September 15, 2014
A new study by a team of Temple University School of Medicine researchers has identified a promising target for the treatment of heart failure.
September 10, 2014
The April 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill has had a broader impact on coral communities in the Gulf of Mexico than originally predicted, according to a team of researchers that includes Temple marine biologist Erik Cordes.
Rock unearthed from a mountain belt in northeastern South Africa has shown the earliest known evidence of plate tectonics, pre-dating their previous known existence by 240 million years.
According to a new study headed by Gil Yosipovitch, director of the Temple Itch Center, asking patients if a suspicious skin lesion is painful or itchy may help doctors decide whether the spot is likely to be cancerous.
Two new investigational drugs in the treatment of idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, a debilitating and deadly lung condition, are being offered to patients at Temple Lung Center.
Temple’s College of Science and Technology will be the new home of an Energy Frontier Research Center focusing on the design of new layered materials that will have potential use in energy applications.
A team of researchers at Temple University School of Medicine has designed a way to permanently remove HIV-1 genes from human cells.
Temple University Hospital is participating in a nationwide, phase II clinical trial testing the possibility that ibuprofen can reverse the effects of emphysema.
The American Cancer Society has awarded a $1.7 million grant to researchers from Fox Chase Cancer Center to investigate factors that may contribute to the racial disparities seen among those diagnosed with head and neck cancers.
While at a state park off of the Gulf Coast of Florida to study the development of the shoreline, Assistant Professor of Earth and Environmental Science Ilya Buynevich used georadar to assist in locating and protecting the nest of an endangered green sea turtle.
Thanks to an $11.5 million grant, scientists in Temple University's School of Medicine will focus on key molecular mechanisms in heart failure, which could lead to the development of new heart therapies.