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2015/07/01 09:08
2015/07/01 09:08
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Mice that have a genetic version of mitochondrial disease can easily be mistaken for much older animals by the time they are nine months old: they have thinning grey hair, osteoporosis, poor hearing,...
2015/07/01 09:08
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2015/06/28 00:44
2015/06/28 00:44
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Consumer fears over genetically modified foods have prompted restaurants and foodmakers to tout their new non-GMO products. But many wonder about all the fuss. Most Americans have likely eaten GMO...
2015/06/26 07:08
2015/06/26 07:08
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As a tumor grows, its cancerous cells ramp up an energy-harvesting process to support its hasty development. This process, called autophagy, is normally used by a cell to recycle damaged organelles...
2015/06/24 18:44
2015/06/24 18:44
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Philanthropist Conrad Prebys gave the Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute $100 million on Wednesday to speed the development of drugs and therapies, the latest in a series of huge gifts that...
2015/06/19 07:09
2015/06/19 07:09
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What if you found out that pieces of your front door were occasionally flying off the door frame to carry out chores around the house? That's the kind of surprise scientists at the Salk Institute...
2015/06/16 00:44
2015/06/16 00:44
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Autism symptoms can be reduced in an animal model with low glycemic index diets, similar to those diabetics follow to control blood sugar levels, according to a new study. The study by Salk Institute...
2015/06/15 14:34
2015/06/15 14:34
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INDEPENDENT MEDIAPaying for food with credit or debit cards encourages you to splurge on fattening treats such as doughnuts, ice cream and crisps. Photo: Simphiwe Mbokazi London - A recent study...
2015/06/14 22:43
2015/06/14 22:43
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Oxford University Press; 559 pages; $34.95 Nobody could recall a medical press conference quite like this one. On April 12, 1955, families huddled around radios, as if listening to the World Series...
2015/06/11 12:21
2015/06/11 12:21
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How buying food with your credit cards can make you fat. Preposterous? No, experts say it's just one of the bizarre reasons you might be piling on the pounds A recent study found that people living...
2015/06/10 16:21
2015/06/10 16:21
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Low GI diet CAN ease symptoms of autism: Vegetables and whole grains could offer clue to cause of the disorder, experts reveal Groups of mice were bred to be predisposed to show autistic...
2015/07/01 09:08
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