Arora, MD, FACC, chairman of cardiology and professor of medicine, the Chicago Medical School, and his team found that adults who get less than six hours of sleep a night are at significantly greater risk of stroke, heart attack and congestive heart failure.
What does CMS stand for?
CMS stands for Chicago Medical School
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- Chicago Manual of Style (reference manual)
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- Chief of the Maritime Staff (Canadian Forces)
- Children's Medical Services
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- Church Management Software
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LEBOVITZ is clinical associate professor in the department of psychiatry at the Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science/the Chicago Medical School, and faculty and training and supervising analyst at the Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis.
Caption(s): Above: Herb Landsman, left, HomeGoods; Leon Dreimann of Salton; Jeffrey Siegel of Lifetime Brands; and Marc Navarre of All-Clad / Right: Phil Brandl, left, IHA; Susan Loiacano of the University of Chicago; and IHA consultant Dennis Reaves / Below: Phil Brandl, left, IHA; Jim Madara, University of Chicago Medical School; and Carole Segal of Crate & Barrel presenting a check for $1 million / Vince Naccarato, left, Wilton Industries, and Jim Madara, University of Chicago Medical School
Establishing a lab-grown line of beta cells could overcome this shortage, says Ji-Won Yoon of Chicago Medical School in North Chicago, Ill.
Council member Janet Rowley, a professor of medicine, molecular genetics, cell biology, and human genetics at the University of Chicago Medical School, says she had concerns that staff members weren't adequately conveying the dissenting views in their published reports.
He is a clinical associate professor in the department of family medicine and preventive medicine at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science, Chicago Medical School, and runs his medical practice in Rolling Meadows, Ill.