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2014/09/18 10:27
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Raise your hand if you've sworn off sugar, cut out alcohol, and committed to a punishing gym ritual—yet those last five pounds are sticking around like an unwanted guest. A new study in Science...
2014/09/18 10:27
2014/09/18 10:27
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2014/09/17 22:09
2014/09/17 22:09
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By Eleanor McDermid, Senior medwireNews Reporter The monoclonal antibody ramucirumab, when added to second-line docetaxel, significantly improves the overall survival of patients with stage IV...
2014/09/17 18:42
2014/09/17 18:42
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Testosterone is a key male sex hormone involved in maintaining sex drive, sperm production and bone health. Since testosterone levels tend to naturally decline as men age, lower levels of the hormone...
2014/09/16 15:52
2014/09/16 15:52
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Kathleen Doheny HealthDay Reporter Exercise also lowers the odds of developing obesity and diabetes, which boost the risk of heart failure, he said. Even after adjusting for those risk factors in the...
2014/09/15 15:11
2014/09/15 15:11
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... TODAY) -- New research shows that schizophrenia is not a single disease, but a group of eight distinct disorders, each caused by changes in clusters of genes that lead to different sets of...
2014/09/13 03:37
2014/09/13 03:37
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Pictured: UCLA’s Dr. Antoni Ribas (right) with Tom Stutz, whose health improved dramatically after treatment with the newly approved immunotherapy drug Keytruda. Danielle Klebanow Photography Last...
2014/09/11 04:49
2014/09/11 04:49
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People who work night shifts, or constantly changing shifts are more likely to develop type-2 diabetes compared to non-shift workers, suggests a new analysis. The risk was highest for men and people...
2014/09/09 04:49
2014/09/09 04:49
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In a French survey of travellers to countries where diarrhoeal illnesses are common, the people who used hand sanitizer were half as likely to have their trips spoilt. “Use of hand sanitizer is...
2014/09/07 20:00
2014/09/07 20:00
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The FDA approved a new drug Thursday that could change the way melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer, is treated. The drug, Keytruda, was considered a breakthrough and approved after it was...
2014/09/05 14:47
2014/09/05 14:47
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The FDA approved a new drug Thursday that could change the way melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer, is treated. New Skin Cancer Diagnosis Technology is Instant and Pain-Free A new technology...
2014/09/04 11:08
2014/09/04 11:08
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UCLA researchers were part of a team that has discovered the interplay of several genetic factors that may be involved in the development of early-onset ulcerative colitis, a severe type of...
2014/09/03 02:37
2014/09/03 02:37
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Gerhard Fuchs, M.D., F.A.C.S., an internationally known urologic surgeon, researcher and educator who advanced innovative technology to minimize the pain of eliminating kidney stones, has been...
2014/09/02 20:39
2014/09/02 20:39
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In a French survey of travellers to countries where diarrheal illnesses are common, the people who used hand-sanitizer while abroad were half as likely to have their trips spoiled by a bout with...
2014/08/29 15:48
2014/08/29 15:48
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Aug. 29, 2014 -- To drink or not to drink? It's a question not easily answered, at least when it comes to our health. Although we’ve heard for years that moderate drinking is good for our hearts,...
2014/08/28 09:38
2014/08/28 09:38
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For those suffering from pulmonary hypertension, a serious lung disease that narrows the small blood vessels in the lungs, here's some good news. A new study demonstrates that protein in "good"...
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2014/08/25 13:44
2014/08/25 13:44
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The elegant, silver-haired woman poked her head tentatively into my classroom as students were setting up their mats and chairs for a "gentle yoga" class. "Is it OK if I just watch?" she asked, then...
2014/08/21 12:08
2014/08/21 12:08
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Providing futile treatment in the intensive care unit sets off a chain reaction that causes other ill patients needing medical attention to wait for critical care beds, according to a study by...
2014/09/18 10:27
2014/09/18 10:27
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