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2014/10/27 19:44
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STIG NYGAARD, FLICKRA University of Pennsylvania-based team has documented when genes are expressed across 12 organs in mice throughout the day. The results were published today (October 27) in PNAS....
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2014/10/27 14:33
2014/10/27 14:33
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As Texas health workers prepare two new biocontainment units to help treat any future Ebola patients the state might have, they're are using one piece of training equipment from a neighboring state...
2014/10/27 11:39
2014/10/27 11:39
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A study out of Britain offers a new way to measure chances of developing breast cancer: skirt size. Results published in BMJ Open suggest an increase of one skirt size every 10 years between age 25...
2014/10/25 14:38
2014/10/25 14:38
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A hormone seen as a popular target to develop weight-loss drugs works by directly targeting the brain and triggering previously unknown activity in the nervous system, researchers have found. The...
2014/10/25 13:03
2014/10/25 13:03
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After numerous cases of medical professionals contracting Ebola from the patients they were treating, one hospitals has come up with an innovative way to teaching their staff how not to contract the...
2014/10/24 23:27
2014/10/24 23:27
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But, that is exactly what health workers at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center are doing. Elizabeth Thomas, a nurse at the hospital, told ABC news about the process. Random...
2014/10/24 23:19
2014/10/24 23:19
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... Kellie Brown The Tabasco factory on Avery Island Road in New Iberia is shipping orders of their hot sauce to a hospital in Texas, where they are using the product to train workers on how to handle...
2014/10/24 14:21
2014/10/24 14:21
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New York Ebola doctor's fiancee and TWO friends quarantined amid fears he gave them deadly virus: Potential victims in isolation - and there could be more after medic spent SEVEN days riding the...
2014/10/23 19:01
2014/10/23 19:01
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The following is an unedited news release from Parkland Memorial Hospital in Dallas. She was only 36 when she felt something in her breast. "It was hard and slightly painful, like a bruise," recalled...
2014/10/22 09:17
2014/10/22 09:17
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UNC Scientists Discover Hidden Subpopulation of Melanoma Cells The research, led by Andrew C. Dudley, PhD, has implications for developing cancer drugs that target blood vessels that feed...
2014/10/22 06:05
2014/10/22 06:05
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Nurse Nina Pham in her hospital bed at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas on October 16. She has since been moved to Maryland for further treatment. Photo: Texas Health Resources Dallas:...
2014/10/21 18:39
2014/10/21 18:39
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At the state agency responsible for protecting Texans from pollution, a cadre of scientists is now marshaling its arguments to fight tougher federal standards on ozone levels — even as the...
2014/10/21 16:48
2014/10/21 16:48
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Gov. Rick Perry will visit the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas Tuesday to make an announcement regarding Ebola preparedness and response in Texas. On Monday, the Centers for...
2014/10/21 08:41
2014/10/21 08:41
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A brain pathway underlying the browning of fat cells may guard against obesity, a new study from the Yale School of Medicine has found. The study, published Oct. 9 in Cell and led by professor of...
2014/10/21 07:55
2014/10/21 07:55
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Fennel is highly prized for its licorice-like flavor and the myriad of health benefits it provides, and has been used in natural remedies since ancient times. Originally cultivated in the...
2014/10/18 23:43
2014/10/18 23:43
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If you want to have the longest, healthiest life possible, you should never have lit that first cigarette. Never stepped foot inside a fast-food restaurant or driven somewhere you could have walked....
2014/10/17 21:46
2014/10/17 21:46
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By Randy DotingaHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Physically active people are less likely to show signs of depression, a new study finds. And exercise can help improve mood in people who...
2014/10/17 04:27
2014/10/17 04:27
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Men and pre-menopausal women may process fat differently, leaving men at a greater risk for excess fat-related illnesses such as heart disease and obesity, a new study suggests. “It had been really...
2014/10/15 22:25
2014/10/15 22:25
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The CDC rush-ordered 80 Caregiver thermometers this week to five airports around the U.S., according to the manufacturer. In the battle stop Ebola's spread, health officials worldwide have been...
2014/10/15 07:48
2014/10/15 07:48
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If you did, take heart. There's still plenty you can do to add years to your life. “Most things I would say are common-sense things, things you were taught in first grade,” says Dr. David Johnson,...
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