Our study has shown the negative impact that playing computer games and using mobile phones can have on the joints of young children, raising concerns about the health impact of modern technology later in life," said Yusuf Yazici, a rheumatology professor at the NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases in New York.
What does HJD stand for?
HJD stands for Hospital for Joint Diseases
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- Hollings Judicial Center Annex (Charleston, SC)
- Hawaii Job Corps Center (Waimanalo, HI)
- Honolulu Japanese Chamber of Commerce (Honolulu, HI)
- Histiocytosis with Joint Contractures and Sensorineural Deafness
- Houston Jewish Community Foundation (Texas)
- Hebrew and Jewish Cultural Studies
- Humanistic Jewish Congregation of San Diego (California; est. 1985)
- Harvard Jolly Clees Toppe (architects)
- Handigodu Joint Disease
- Heliocentric Julian Day/Date (astronomy)
- Hunter-Jumper-Dressage (Easton, CT)
- Himalayan Journal of Development and Democracy
- Hamilton-Jacobi Equation (physics)
- Harga Jual Eceran (Indonesia)
- Hitotsubashi Journal of Economics (Japan)
- Hungarian Journal of English and American Studies
- Hong Jing Environment Company (industrial waste recycling)
- Hartford Jobs Funnel (Hartford, CT)
- Hautes Juridictions Francophones (French: Francophone High Courts)
- Henry Jackson Foundation (Rockville, MD)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The New York University Hospital for Joint Diseases is proud to present this issue of the HJD Bulletin featuring papers written by the Orthopaedic chief residents from the Class of 2010.
Registration using Patient/Secure/ is now available for inpatient registration at the medical centers three hospitals a Tisch Hospital, the Hospital for Joint Diseases and the Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine.
Bulletin of the Hospital for Joint Diseases Orthopaedic Institute, Vol.
The drug offers patients another option, says Yusuf Yazici, a rheumatologist at the New York University Hospital for Joint Diseases.
Fisher and his associates at the New York University Medical Center Hospital for Joint Diseases examined markers of disease progression in patients who quit smoking, compared with those who continued to smoke.
She was a dedicated social worker and held positions at Boston Dispensary (NEMC), Staten Island Hospital, Hospital for Joint Diseases, NYC, and Peter Bent Brigham Hospital.
William Jaffe, clinical professor and vice chairman of Orthopedics at NYU Hospital for Joint Diseases and an expert in total hip replacement who has helped in their design; and Ruth Solomon, dance medicine research coordinator, Division of Sports Medicine, Harvard Medical Center.