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2014/07/21 22:38
2014/07/21 22:38
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A glass or two of booze is good for your heart, according to long-standing medical advice that drinkers are often fond of citing. But, according to a new study, this cherished invitation to say...
2014/07/21 22:38
2014/07/21 22:38
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2014/07/18 19:20
2014/07/18 19:20
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Colleagues Hail AIDS Pioneer Killed in Downed Malaysian Plane "His contribution to HIV research and treatment, and his determination to ensure access to those treatments for people in Africa and Asia...
2014/07/18 14:52
2014/07/18 14:52
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The welfare of animals at London zoo is being put at risk by drunken visitors at its Friday night parties, including one incident in which a man poured beer over a tiger before being thrown out by...
2014/07/17 11:33
2014/07/17 11:33
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... appetitMeet the 10 parasites that are most likely to be in your food Helena Helmby is a senior lecturer at London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. You probably don't have to worry about...
2014/07/16 14:52
2014/07/16 14:52
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LONDON (AP) — The number of people living with HIV worldwide has remained virtually unchanged in the past two years and AIDS-related deaths are at their lowest since peaking almost a decade ago,...
2014/07/15 12:13
2014/07/15 12:13
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ACCRA, Ghana — The deadliest outbreak of Ebola virus is raging in West Africa, and experimental drugs have shown promise in animal tests. So why aren't they being rushed into emergency use? Until...
2014/07/14 15:55
2014/07/14 15:55
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A new analysis appears to refuel the debate about the nutritional value of organic versus conventional foods, by finding that organic crops and crop-based foods contain up to 69% more of certain...
2014/07/14 08:08
2014/07/14 08:08
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Drinking less can help to improve the health of your heart, experts have said. A reduction in alcohol consumption could improve the cardiovascular health of even light-to-moderate drinkers, research...
2014/07/14 03:27
2014/07/14 03:27
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LONDON (AP) — The most advanced vaccine for dengue only offers modest protection but could still help millions of people avoid the devastating effects of the disease known as “breakbone fever,”...
2014/07/11 18:38
2014/07/11 18:38
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LONDON - The most advanced vaccine for dengue only offers modest protection but could still help millions of people avoid the devastating effects of the disease known as "breakbone fever," according...
2014/07/11 10:30
2014/07/11 10:30
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London — Tuberculosis control programmes are among the oldest public health campaigns (dating back 125 years) but are not nearly as successful as they should be. Despite effective drugs having been...
2014/07/11 06:07
2014/07/11 06:07
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The deadliest outbreak of Ebola virus is raging in West Africa, and experimental drugs have shown promise in animal tests. So why aren’t they being rushed into emergency use? Until the medicines are...
2014/07/11 05:26
2014/07/11 05:26
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ATLANTA (AP) — A government scientist cleaning out an old storage room at a research center near Washington made a startling discovery last week – decades-old vials of smallpox packed away and...
2014/07/10 23:21
2014/07/10 23:21
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Moderate drinking IS bad for your health: Just two glasses of wine a day can cause problems As few as 12 units a week still has negative effect on health say scientists Drinking less reduces the...
2014/07/10 14:09
2014/07/10 14:09
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There is an increased risk of severe perineal tearing during childbirth in women who had such a tear in a previous delivery, suggests a new study published today (9 July) in BJOG: An International...
2014/07/10 04:17
2014/07/10 04:17
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Climate Change May Bring More Kidney Stones CHOP-Led Research Finds Link between Hotter Days, Kidney Stones in U.S. Adults and Children Available for logged-in reporters onlyCitationsEnvironmental...
2014/07/09 15:34
2014/07/09 15:34
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... -- "I saw these seats before the tournament began but it's not a good way to deal with it. It's a kind of segregation," explains Dr. Guilherme Cotta, a bariatric (weight-loss) surgeon in Rio de...
2014/07/09 01:28
2014/07/09 01:28
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... -- The Aedes Aegypti mosquito is just two to three millimeters long but its impact is devastating. Of the thousands of mosquito species, this one bears primary responsibility for one of the...
2014/07/08 13:34
2014/07/08 13:34
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Experts at University College London say consumption of added sugar in treats like sweets, cakes, chocolate and fizzy drinks should be cut to around four teaspoons a day. Picture: Uew Hermann,...
2014/07/07 20:39
2014/07/07 20:39
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The Secret History Behind The Science Of Stress The modern idea of stress began on a rooftop in Canada, with a handful of rats freezing in the winter wind.This was 1936 and by that point the owner of...
2014/07/21 22:38
2014/07/21 22:38
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