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FOX News
Female smokers face the biggest risk for brain bleeds, study findsresults from bleeding into the area between the brain’s surface and the underly
Female smokers face the biggest risk for brain bleeds, study finds
FOX News / Posted 20 hours ago
results from bleeding into the area between the brain’s surface and the underlying tissue, and, according to the U.S. National Library of Medicine, can result in seizures, coma, and ultimately death. More on this... Overall, researchers... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
Book chronicles life of daughter who battled cancerviral hepatitis, refraining from drinking excess quantities of alcohol and rece
Book chronicles life of daughter who battled cancer
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 2 days ago
viral hepatitis, refraining from drinking excess quantities of alcohol and receiving liver-cancer screenings. Source: U.S. National Library of Medicine WELLSVILLE Even though she had been diagnosed in October 1995 at age 4 with cancer, Chelsea... Read more
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Daily Journal
Father and disabled son become triathletes, provethe release of neurotransmitters" and mutations in the gene have been linked to
Father and disabled son become triathletes, prove
Daily Journal / Posted 3 days ago
the release of neurotransmitters" and mutations in the gene have been linked to severe forms of epilepsy, according to the National Library of Medicine. Blake has been beset by challenges essentially his whole life. Doctors warned his parents... Read more
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The Forward
Will Barack Obama Join ‘Jewiest’ Country Club in Washington?by members of D.C.’s German-Jewish community in 1913, the then-Town and Country
Will Barack Obama Join ‘Jewiest’ Country Club in Washington?
The Forward / Posted 3 days ago
by members of D.C.’s German-Jewish community in 1913, the then-Town and Country Club moved to the site of the current National Library of Medicine in Bethesda, Maryland, after its membership grew too large for the District. Named the Woodmont... Read more
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Rutland Herald
TB risk is slightis proper medical screening, which to enter the U.S., the refugees receive. In
TB risk is slight
Rutland Herald / Posted 5 days ago
is proper medical screening, which to enter the U.S., the refugees receive. In 2013 a study was published by the U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institute of Health, entitled, �Tuberculosis transmission between foreign- and... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
No safety net for workers with black lung diseasepneumoconiosis killed 25,000 people, according to UK medical journal The Lancet
No safety net for workers with black lung disease
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 7 days ago
pneumoconiosis killed 25,000 people, according to UK medical journal The Lancet. Source: University of Kentucky, US National Library of Medicine and The Lancet Mr Worsley said in circumstance where someone had been diagnosed with CWP, they... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Leading doctor defends radiologists amid damning black lung reportpneumoconiosis killed 25,000 people, according to UK medical journal The Lancet
Leading doctor defends radiologists amid damning black lung report
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 12 days ago
pneumoconiosis killed 25,000 people, according to UK medical journal The Lancet. Source: University of Kentucky, US National Library of Medicine and The Lancet But Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists president Dr Greg... Read more
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Junkee
Some Melbourne Cafe Is Serving A "Blue Algae Latte", Proving That Melbourne Can Fuck Right Offthat the various therapeutic claims made by a company marketing the algae were
Some Melbourne Cafe Is Serving A "Blue Algae Latte", Proving That Melbourne Can Fuck Right Off
Junkee / Posted 13 days ago
that the various therapeutic claims made by a company marketing the algae were baseless. Even after decades of use, the US National Library of Medicine has found insufficient evidence for any of the claims blue algae peddlers make about their... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Nearly 20 more suspected cases of black lung identified in Queenslandpneumoconiosis killed 25,000 people, according to UK medical journal The Lancet
Nearly 20 more suspected cases of black lung identified in Queensland
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 13 days ago
pneumoconiosis killed 25,000 people, according to UK medical journal The Lancet. Source: University of Kentucky, US National Library of Medicine and The Lancet Dr Lynham also announced a three-pronged plan to prevent new cases; identify... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Upcoming review into black lung critical of Australian doctorspneumoconiosis killed 25,000 people, according to UK medical journal The Lancet
Upcoming review into black lung critical of Australian doctors
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 19 days ago
pneumoconiosis killed 25,000 people, according to UK medical journal The Lancet. Source: University of Kentucky, US National Library of Medicine and The Lancet Queensland Resources Council chief executive Michael Roche said everyone... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
Health insurer accuses dialysis provider of deceptive scheme to inflate billscan no longer supports the body's needs. The most common causes are diabetes an
Health insurer accuses dialysis provider of deceptive scheme to inflate bills
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 20 days ago
can no longer supports the body's needs. The most common causes are diabetes and high blood pressure, according to the U.S. National Library of Medicine. Dialysis helps to perform the kidney's functions by removing salt, water and waste products so... Read more
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FOX News
Will donkey milk be the next big nutrition trend?12 Best and Worst Foods for Psoriasis There is some research on its benefits
Will donkey milk be the next big nutrition trend?
FOX News / Posted 20 days ago
12 Best and Worst Foods for Psoriasis There is some research on its benefits I actually found a handful of studies in the National Library of Medicine archive related to donkey milk. One, published this year in the journal Current Pharmaceutical... Read more
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Craig Daily Press
Thinking About Health: A ‘breakthrough’ drug may not be greatown. One place to start is the DailyMed website, https://dailymed.nlm.nih.gov/
Thinking About Health: A ‘breakthrough’ drug may not be great
Craig Daily Press / Posted 24 days ago
own. One place to start is the DailyMed website, https://dailymed.nlm.nih.gov/dailymed/ offered as a free service of the National Library of Medicine, part of the National Institutes of Health. The website contains drug labeling information for... Read more
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Gawker
Rumor: Doctor Prescribes Donald Trump "Cheap Speed"abilities to regulate the amount of serotonin. Phentermine on its own, however
Rumor: Doctor Prescribes Donald Trump "Cheap Speed"
Gawker / Posted 24 days ago
abilities to regulate the amount of serotonin. Phentermine on its own, however, is still prescribed. And while the U.S. National Library of Medicine notes that most people take phentermine for a month or so at a time, since the drug is... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Another Queensland miner diagnosed with black lung diseasepneumoconiosis killed 25,000 people, according to UK medical journal The Lancet
Another Queensland miner diagnosed with black lung disease
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 24 days ago
pneumoconiosis killed 25,000 people, according to UK medical journal The Lancet. Source: University of Kentucky, US National Library of Medicine and The Lancet The latest patient is a 39-year-old man who worked at Bowen Basin mines in... Read more
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WWLP Springfield
Nancy Dell: Maximize brown fat to control your weightbrown fat. Cold temperature, under 64 degrees, for 2 hours a day may do the sam
Nancy Dell: Maximize brown fat to control your weight
WWLP Springfield / Posted 25 days ago
brown fat. Cold temperature, under 64 degrees, for 2 hours a day may do the same but it may also increase hunger. The National Library of Medicine has over 10 thousand studies on brown fat and researchers are working on pills to help stimulate... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Ninth Queensland coal miner diagnosed with black lung diseasepneumoconiosis killed 25,000 people, according to UK medical journal The Lancet
Ninth Queensland coal miner diagnosed with black lung disease
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 26 days ago
pneumoconiosis killed 25,000 people, according to UK medical journal The Lancet. Source: University of Kentucky, US National Library of Medicine and The Lancet The 62-year-old underground coal miner works in the Bowen Basin in central... Read more
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PhysOrg
Rice University lab runs crowd-sourced competition to create 'big data' diagnostic toolsof all kinds. It was developed by Rice graduate student Chenyue Wendy Hu, under
Rice University lab runs crowd-sourced competition to create 'big data' diagnostic tools
PhysOrg / Posted 26 days ago
of all kinds. It was developed by Rice graduate student Chenyue Wendy Hu, undergraduate alumnus Alex Bisberg and Qutub. National Library of Medicine postdoctoral fellow David Noren and research scientist Byron Long, also of the Qutub Lab, are... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Eighth Queensland coal miner diagnosed with black lung diseasepneumoconiosis killed 25,000 people, according to UK medical journal The Lancet
Eighth Queensland coal miner diagnosed with black lung disease
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 26 days ago
pneumoconiosis killed 25,000 people, according to UK medical journal The Lancet. Source: University of Kentucky, US National Library of Medicine and The Lancet The 55-year-old man has worked at a number of Bowen Basin mines in central... Read more
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Madame Noire The Atlanta Post
How To Tolerate Lactose Intoleranceturn, leaving you recoiling in pain or sitting on the toilet looking for a resp
How To Tolerate Lactose Intolerance
Madame Noire The Atlanta Post / Posted 27 days ago
turn, leaving you recoiling in pain or sitting on the toilet looking for a respite, you’re not alone. According to the U.S. National Library of Medicine, 65 percent of the human population “has a reduced ability to digest lactose after infancy,” and... Read more
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WSOC-TV Charlotte
MOMS program helps pregnant women get off drugs, alcoholsyndrome. These substances can pass through a woman's placenta, making a baby d
MOMS program helps pregnant women get off drugs, alcohol
WSOC-TV Charlotte / Posted 30 days ago
syndrome. These substances can pass through a woman's placenta, making a baby dependent on the drugs, according to the U.S. National Library of Medicine. Problems can include birth defects, developmental issues and sudden infant death... Read more
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Great Bend Tribune
Tender touch, cuddles help babies make it through drug withdrawalAmong proven helps are swaddling, rocking and turning down lights and sounds, n
Tender touch, cuddles help babies make it through drug withdrawal
Great Bend Tribune / Posted 1 months ago
Among proven helps are swaddling, rocking and turning down lights and sounds, notes Medline, which is produced by the National Library of Medicine. Calming a cranky, stressed baby isn't the only reason to cuddle. In an article in the journal... Read more
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Daily Chronicle
Is hypnosis/hypnotherapy a good way to treat tinnitus?mental imagery, Clinical trials using Ericksonian hypnosis in tinnitus therapy
Is hypnosis/hypnotherapy a good way to treat tinnitus?
Daily Chronicle / Posted 1 months ago
mental imagery, Clinical trials using Ericksonian hypnosis in tinnitus therapy have proven “promising’ according to the US National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health.� During a 2007 study, patients were taught to modulate sound... Read more

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