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2014/09/21 04:18
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This story has been updated WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. -- White Plains Hospital and Montefiore Medical Center were approved for a partnership by the Public Health and Health Planning Council on...
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2014/09/17 17:39
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There's no such thing as a free lunch, or at least a free artificially sweetened one, a new study suggests. Saccharin and other artificial sweeteners may raise blood sugar levels—a condition the sugar...
2014/09/16 08:48
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Diasporian News of Tuesday, 16 September 2014 Source: Francis Boanoh, The Christian Journal Professor Merkatz outdoored as Dompeahene of Adukrom, Akuapem Bronx New York - In a most spectacular...
2014/09/16 01:14
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The hypothesis is so absurd it seems as though it popped right off the pages of a science-fiction novel. Some scientists in Palo Alto are offering a $1 million prize to anyone who can end aging....
2014/09/12 09:29
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Should All Ashkenazi Women Get Tested for BRCA Gene Mutations?New Study Says Yes — Experts Are Divided No family history of cancer? Get tested anyway suggests a recently-published study, but medical...
2014/09/11 13:17
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Investigators From Montefiore and Einstein to Present Data at 2014 Astro Meeting Presentations Outline Strategies for Improving Personalized Cancer Care and Evaluating Timing for Radiotherapy Planning...
2014/09/10 21:17
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Genomic Analysis Reveals That a High-Risk Leukemia Subtype Becomes More Common with Age Stage set to determine if drugs called tyrosine kinase inhibitors will extend the lives of patients with the...
2014/09/10 08:29
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ISLAMABAD: A new study has found that postmenopausal women who consume potassium-rich foods like banana face lesser risk of stroke and death. Senior author Sylvia Wassertheil-Smoller, Ph.D., from...
2014/09/10 00:45
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Charles Munger, vice chairman of Berkshire Hathaway, pledged $110 million to the University of Michigan for student housing. Irwin Jacobs, co-founder of Qualcomm, pledged $133 million to Cornell NYC...
2014/09/09 20:31
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Authors say single-payer reform could save $150 billion annually on hospital overhead A study of hospital administrative costs in eight nations published today in the September issue of Health...
2014/09/09 17:42
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... study is the first full DNA sequence dataset available for Ashkenazi Jewish genomes," says Pe'er, who is also a co-chair of the Health Analytics Center at Columbia's Institute for Data Sciences...
2014/09/09 10:30
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A new pilot study suggests that signs of autism symptoms can be erased if babies begin therapy even before they can toddle. Researchers have long taken the �earlier the better� approach to treatment,...
2014/09/04 00:19
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Years ago, many scientists assumed that a woman’s heart worked pretty much the same as a man’s. But as more women entered the male-dominated field of cardiology, many such assumptions vanished,...
2014/09/02 18:42
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Fragile X syndrome is caused by a defect in a gene on the X chromosome called fragile X mental retardation 1 (FMR1). Around 1 in 230 women and 1 in 360 men carry a so-called premutation, in which a...
2014/09/02 13:44
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WIKIMEDIA, PLOS BIOLOGYAn experimental Ebola serum that was given to some patients during the ongoing Ebola outbreak in West Africa “exceeds the efficacy of any other therapeutics described so far,”...
2014/09/02 13:10
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Grandmothers, marketers and researchers alike have long touted breakfast as a must-have meal, praising its ability to rev up metabolism, stave off hunger, help calorie watchers keep their weight in...
2014/09/02 06:41
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A new Yale-led study may show that humans, worms and flies are, on a fundamental level, not so different. The researchers performed a comprehensive analysis of the transcriptome — or product of...
2014/08/29 07:08
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Antibody therapy could fight second-most deadly strain of virus Researchers from Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University and other institutions have developed a potential antibody...
2014/08/28 12:29
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Hopes were high recently when a consignment of the experimental drug ZMAPP arrived in Ebola-stricken Liberia to treat doctors suffering from the deadly virus, which has so far sickened more than 2,600...
2014/08/27 18:44
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... really striking about these papers is that they find ways in which we can map similarities in genomic function between key model organisms that are often used in lab research,” said geneticist...
2014/09/21 04:18
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