April 30, 2001: To prevent obesity in young children, health professionals may need to focus more on parenting skills and less on growth charts.
April 28, 2001: Black prime time television contains 60 percent more food and beverage commercials, more images of candy and soda, and more obese characters than general prime time.
April 25, 2001: Ann Jillian, an award-winning actress, singer, motivational speaker, and breast cancer survivor, will be the keynote speaker for the for the University of Chicago Hospitals' 12th annual Cancer Survivors Day celebration on June 3, 2001.
April 16, 2001: The University of Chicago has received a $13.2 million grant from the National Center for Research Resources of the National Institutes of Health to fund its General Clinical Research Center (GCRC) for the next five years.
April 1, 2001: This conference will review the role of SV40 in the pathogenesis of human mesothelioma, bone tumors, and brain tumors and evaluate current treatment options.