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2014/09/15 21:42
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Researchers from MIT and several European universities have shown that the human version of a gene called Foxp2 makes it easier to transform new experiences into routine procedures. When they...
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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...
2014/09/04 16:30
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TUESDAY, Sept. 2, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- When it comes to excess pounds and blood pressure, all fat may not be created equal, a new study finds. The research found that belly fat -- the proverbial...
2014/09/03 15:59
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To the editor I read with interest the Aug. 28 commentary on the op-ed page by Alan Skipper, executive director of the North Carolina Neurological Society. Skipper did an excellent job of educating...
2014/09/03 12:08
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The discovery of a new regulatory component in an infectious bacterium could aid efforts to explain its ability to survive in the human body, report microbiologists at The University of Texas Health...
2014/09/02 17:05
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Findings from the PARADIGM-HF trial, published simultaneously in the New England Journal of Medicine, 'are extraordinarily powerful and compelling; they are destined to change the management of...
2014/09/01 02:42
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Findings from the PARADIGM-HF trial, published simultaneously in the New England Journal of Medicine, "are extraordinarily powerful and compelling; they are destined to change the management of...
2014/08/31 06:59
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A new study reports one of the biggest potential advances against heart failure in more than a decade — a first-of-a-kind, experimental drug that lowered the chances of death or hospitalization by...
2014/08/30 13:08
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An investigational new heart failure drug could be poised to change the face of cardiology based on Hot Line results presented today at ESC Congress 2014. Findings from the PARADIGM-HF trial,...
2014/08/26 03:17
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In contrast, Hayflick demonstrated that normal human fibroblasts cells divide about 70 times in 3% oxygen—which is the same as human internal conditions—before stopping replicating. Refuting the idea...
2014/08/25 13:44
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WIKIMEDIA, NATIONAL INSTITUTE ON AGINGAs toddlers’ brains develop, they trim back the excess synapses among neurons, a process that continues through adolescence. Previous studies have suggested that...
2014/08/22 21:20
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In a refreshingly practical 2013 paper in the Journal of Psychiatric Practice, researchers Chad Rethorst and Madhukar Trivedi of the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center review the...
2014/08/21 20:04
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Relief for 75 Percent of Seniors with Chronic Conditions May Come from New NIH Research More chronic conditions means more health care services, negative outcomes, unnecessary hospitalizations,...
2014/08/19 22:39
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Nisen will move over from pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline, where he was the vice president of science and innovation. He was formerly a professor of neuro-oncology at the University of Texas...
2014/08/19 04:31
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By Amy NortonHealthDay Reporter MONDAY, May 19, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- Removal of vaginal mesh -- a device implanted to help support a woman's pelvic organs -- won't necessarily improve side...
2014/08/15 20:31
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Findings provide framework for new drug development efforts One of the human body’s first responses to a viral infection is to make and release signaling proteins called interferons, which amplify...
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