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2014/12/16 09:08
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Scientists at Indiana University and colleagues at Stanford and the University of Texas have demonstrated a technique for "editing" the genome in sperm-producing adult stem cells, a result with...
2014/12/16 09:08
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2014/12/15 11:21
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Genentech Research and Early Development chief Richard Scheller will retire at the end of the year. Genentech's top R&D researcher, Richard Scheller, will retire at the end of the year and be...
2014/12/14 19:31
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By Alan MozesHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Fructose -- a kind of sugar found in a wide variety of foods and beverages -- may encourage overeating, new research suggests. Fructose may be...
2014/12/10 12:18
2014/12/10 12:18
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Pink makes Kaye Paterson see red. The official color of breast cancer, pink is deployed on ribbons, bracelets and even NFL uniforms to steer attention -- and research money -- to the disease. For...
2014/12/08 16:31
2014/12/08 16:31
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US/Global Policymakers Urged to Accelerate Cancer Research, Biomedical Discovery [IN] HEA MTC [SU] SVY NPT TO HEALTH, MEDICAL, AND NATIONAL EDITORS: US/Global Policymakers Urged to Accelerate...
2014/12/07 18:08
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Emerging treatment approaches may reduce the burden of anemia associated with blood disorders by enhancing production of healthy red blood cells, according to data presented today at the 56th American...
2014/12/04 09:17
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PARIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Les difficultés imposées par les styles de vie modernes (lumière artificielle, travail en horaires décalés et décalage horaire, entre autres) témoignent de la robustesse et de...
2014/12/04 09:17
2014/12/04 09:17
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PARIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The challenges posed by modern lifestyles – artificial light, shift work and jet lag among others – are testimony to the robustness and plasticity of circadian regulation, and...
2014/12/02 22:00
2014/12/02 22:00
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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention nearly three dozen U.S. hospitals are now designated as Ebola treatment centers and, as expected, Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in...
2014/12/02 19:01
2014/12/02 19:01
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Until now, The Nebraska Medical Center was one of only three hospitals considered as being prepared to handle Ebola patients. Now the number of hospitals is up to 35. Federal Health Officials at the...
2014/11/30 16:42
2014/11/30 16:42
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... bugs” could inspire a horror movie. The beetle-like insects typically crawl out of walls at night, attracted by carbon dioxide exhaled by sleeping humans. They bite their victims on the...
2014/11/27 11:51
2014/11/27 11:51
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While it is well known that plaque buildup in the arteries can increase the risk of heart disease, new research discovers the condition can also compromise mental acuity. In a study of nearly 2,000...
2014/11/25 05:21
2014/11/25 05:21
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DALLAS (CBS 11 NEWS) – The 19 different prescription medications Kathleen Storm takes are her daily reminder of a day she wishes she could forget. After 25 years of what she said was an abusive...
2014/11/23 20:52
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Marie McCullough, Inquirer Staff Writer Posted: Sunday, November 23, 2014, 2:50 AM "A lot of drugs that have targeted HDL have come up short," said lead author Anand Rohatgi, a preventive...
2014/11/22 14:25
2014/11/22 14:25
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What's your temperature? That's the question of the hour. The Ebola virus has made taking your temperature part of everyday conversation. People in West Africa are doing it. People returning from the...
2014/11/21 18:58
2014/11/21 18:58
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A top Georgia Southern University administrator has been named the interim president of Georgia Southwestern State University in Americus. University System of Georgia Chancellor Hank Huckaby named...
2014/11/21 16:52
2014/11/21 16:52
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Charles Patterson named interim GSW presidentPosted: Friday, November 21, 2014 11:06 AM ESTUpdated: Friday, November 21, 2014 11:44 AM EST AMERICUS, GA (WALB) - University System of Georgia...
2014/11/21 15:44
2014/11/21 15:44
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A new study from Johns Hopkins takes a big step toward answering this and other questions about immunity, shedding light on how the body recognizes enemies on the molecular level -- and how that...
2014/11/21 14:44
2014/11/21 14:44
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V. ALTOUNIANGut microbes appear to influence the development of the blood-brain barrier in mice, before and soon after they’re born, according to a study published in Science Translational Medicine...
2014/11/19 18:44
2014/11/19 18:44
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WIKIMEDIA, GLEIBERGLike the human gastrointestinal tract, the mouse gut is home to beneficial bacteria that help boost the host immune system and ward off pathogens, among other things. Wipe out this...
2014/12/16 09:08
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