New treatments to delay ovarian agingMarijuana use may lead to stroke and disabilityHow kidneys use energy to keep human body alive

Research at KU Medical Center could pave the way for new treatments to delay ovarian aging

Research at KU Medical Center published in the journal Reproduction could pave the way for new treatments to delay ovarian aging  read more >>

Marijuana use may lead to stroke and disability

Research by scientists at the University of Kansas Medical Center and the University of Missouri-Kansas City indicates there could be a link between marijuana use and an increased chance of having a stroke  read more >>

Kidney Institute research focuses on paracellular transport of salt

Researchers at the KU Kidney Institute have discovered that paracellular transport is a key to how efficiently the kidneys use energy to keep the human body alive  read more >>

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