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2015/07/03 10:44
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HantavirusIMAGE, NIAIDHantavirus, the dangerous pathogen that can cause hemorrhagic fever and even death in some patients, has a unique mode of entering and infecting cells: it uses cholesterol in the...
2015/07/03 10:44
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2015/07/02 16:56
2015/07/02 16:56
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... Health) - People with type 1 diabetes must control their blood sugar with insulin, but getting it automatically from an implanted pump may also help to stave off death from heart disease,...
2015/06/27 07:55
2015/06/27 07:55
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By creating the highest resolution image of the Ebola virus to date, researchers from The Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla, CA, have identified a viral protein that helps the virus escape attack...
2015/06/27 07:08
2015/06/27 07:08
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In the first half of 2015, Rettsyndrome.org Invests $1M in Translational Research adding to the Neuro-Habilitation Program and the new Read-Through Program for Rett Syndrome Rettsyndrome.org...
2015/06/26 17:53
2015/06/26 17:53
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YONKERS, N.Y. -- Dr. Jonathan A. Swartz, of Yonkers, has been appointed chief medical officer of the William F. Ryan Community Health Network, also known as the Ryan Network. The network is a family...
2015/06/24 10:49
2015/06/24 10:49
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Is it easier to walk into the dentist’s office than the corner office? Not all American workers are walking the walk or talking the talk when it comes to asking their boss for a raise. Although 89%...
2015/06/23 00:08
2015/06/23 00:08
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As many begin to spend long summer days outside, it's crucial to have the right information about skin protection and the dangers of sun exposure. Today, Montefiore dermatologist Dr. Holly Kanavy...
2015/06/21 12:27
2015/06/21 12:27
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You’re prepared for the morning sickness, weight gain and insomnia, but you may not have planned for one side effect of pregnancy— snoring. Studies show that between 25 and 30 percent of women snore...
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2015/06/20 08:28
2015/06/20 08:28
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The reflection of a stockbroker in a glass panel shows him reacting as he observes the latest share prices during a trading session at the Karachi Stock Exchange May 24, 2011. NEW YORK If you have...
2015/06/19 14:33
2015/06/19 14:33
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Scientists want to treat aging like a disease—and they already have drugs for it - Quartz age is just a numberScientists want to treat aging like a disease—and they already have drugs for it Certain...
2015/06/19 11:08
2015/06/19 11:08
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Many patients with chronic migraine (CM) receive suboptimal medical treatment even when they seek medical care. Reporting at the annual scientific meeting of the American Headache Society, researchers...
2015/06/16 09:09
2015/06/16 09:09
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A research team's discovery of new information about how plants synthesize carotenoids, precursors for vitamin A that are essential for plant development and survival, and human health, could help...
2015/06/11 17:01
2015/06/11 17:01
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Failure, success and changes: university life proves a source of anxiety for many By Jessica Steeley | Published 36 minutes ago Homework, work, classes, relationships — college students have a lot...
2015/06/11 09:55
2015/06/11 09:55
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Cervical cancer, or cancer of the cervix, is cancer of the entrance to the uterus (womb). The cervix is the narrow part of the lower uterus, often referred to as the neck of the womb. Cervical cancer...
2015/06/10 15:45
2015/06/10 15:45
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In their 2012 book "The Longevity Project," which looked at research over the course of 80 years, authors Howard S. Friedman and Leslie R. Martin identified an association between being conscientious...
2015/06/09 17:52
2015/06/09 17:52
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More than 60 million people in the United States have the Toxoplasma gondii parasite, but most never experience any symptoms. But in people with a weakened immune system, T. gondii can cause an...
2015/06/08 16:39
2015/06/08 16:39
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Courtesy photo Santa Monica plastic surgeon Michael Zarrabi, M.D. has launched a nonprofit “Chapter 2” to help those who cannot afford corrective procedures. Survivors of domestic abuse who have...
2015/07/03 10:44
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