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Generations of people are now receiving news and information in 140 characters or less, thanks to the popularity of social media. So how do you get important health information out to teens when what currently exists is considered boring to them? Easy – just ask them.

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Every August, new Drexel University College of Medicine students participate in the White Coat Ceremony, marking their entrance in medical school. This tradition is celebrated across the country and is an important first step for these future physicians as they receive the traditional symbol of clinical care and service — the white coat.

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Drexel University College of Medicine's Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences and Professional Studies will host a day-long conference aimed at helping graduate students learn about various career options available to them outside of academia.

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Alzheimer's disease (AD) and vascular dementia (VaD) are the most common forms of dementia. Traditionally, these illnesses have been treated as separate clinical syndromes. But new research led by Drexel University College of Medicine suggests that AD and VaD have much more in common than current diagnostic guidelines currently allow. The study is set for publication in the September edition of the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease.

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Clostridium difficile (C. difficile) is a bacterial infection that occurs during or after antibiotic use and can make people very sick. In fact, C. diff, which causes symptoms ranging from diarrhea to colon inflammation, kills thousands of Americans every year and is becoming more common, harder to treat and much more expensive. Now, new research from Drexel University College of Medicine details the results of a study investigating an experimental vaccine that proved to be successful in preventing the infection. The study is set for publication in the October 2014 edition of Infection and Immunity.

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