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2015/05/27 19:43
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By Dennis ThompsonHealthDay Reporter (HealthDay News) -- Hospice care may help a surviving spouse better cope with depression following the death of a loved one, a new study reports. Survivors are...
2015/05/27 19:43
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2015/05/27 10:39
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Taking steps to bridge this divide, engineers at Cornell and clinicians at Weill Cornell Medical College have created a comprehensive mouse model of exactly how colorectal tumors behave in real life -...
2015/05/26 16:51
2015/05/26 16:51
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Damage was estimated at $555,000 from a fire Sunday in Kahakuloa that almost entirely destroyed a vacant house, a fire official said. The fire was reported at 5:38 p.m. at the home near Mile Marker 8...
2015/05/26 14:43
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A major way that the war about women working has been fought has been about its impact on children. An argument is made and the feeling persists that children are better off if their mothers are at...
2015/05/21 19:18
2015/05/21 19:18
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Imagine a future in which babies are born not from women, but from machines that replicate the uterus and sustain a growing fetus for nine months. The idea that an external, artificial womb could do...
2015/05/21 09:08
2015/05/21 09:08
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Image: Corbis Wavebreak Media LTD When drug-company representatives visit Richard Friedman, a professor of clinical psychiatry and director of the psychopharmacology clinic of the Weill Cornell...
2015/05/20 16:08
2015/05/20 16:08
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A Dolomite droplet generation system is helping researchers at Weill Cornell Medical College in New York, USA, to encapsulate human and mouse B cells for the cloning of antibody genes. Associate...
2015/05/19 09:08
2015/05/19 09:08
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An international team led by Weill Cornell Medical College investigators has illuminated the precise molecular steps that enable pancreatic cancer to spread to the liver -- the event that makes the...
2015/05/19 06:43
2015/05/19 06:43
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There is so much focus these days on children’s academic achievement and concern about whether they are reaching expectations that have been set for school performance. Parents also worry about...
2015/05/18 19:24
2015/05/18 19:24
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By Camille Bains, The Canadian Press VANCOUVER - Imagine being able to see three times better than 20/20 vision without wearing glasses or contacts – even at age 100 or more – with the help of bionic...
2015/05/14 15:47
2015/05/14 15:47
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Most of you probably think you know your penis quite well enough, but there are six super facts about the old chap that we bet you've never heard - and they're pretty special. It SMILES when you're...
2015/05/12 06:43
2015/05/12 06:43
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This title may suggest the beginning of a joke about mothers-in-law, about whom many have been made. Searching Google for an example, a particularly telling one popped up. A son tells his mother he...
2015/05/09 21:38
2015/05/09 21:38
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New therapies that clinical data show can eliminate blood cancers such as leukemia and lymphoma in 40% to 90% of patients may have to be genetically modified to include a switch that shields healthy...
2015/05/08 13:03
2015/05/08 13:03
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Updated: Fri, May 08 2015, 08:02 AM NEW YORK (CBS) -- Home births without a midwife or doctor present -- which have been linked to increased risk of infant death and disease -- have jumped 79 percent...
2015/05/07 15:29
2015/05/07 15:29
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NEW YORK (Reuters) - New therapies that clinical data show can eliminate blood cancers such as leukemia and lymphoma in 40 percent to 90 percent of patients may have to be genetically modified to...
2015/05/04 15:44
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The impact of technology on children is a source of much controversy these days, often the explanation for aspects of children’s behavior that people are concerned about. One author expressed...
2015/05/04 14:56
2015/05/04 14:56
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NEW YORK: A U.S. government test program with doctors and hospitals slowed healthcare spending in Medicare coverage for the elderly and disabled by hundreds of millions of dollars in 2012 and 2013 but...
2015/05/04 14:52
2015/05/04 14:52
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Kathleen Doheny HealthDay Reporter For the study, the researchers turned to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention database on birth certificates. They defined unsupervised home births...
2015/05/04 00:19
2015/05/04 00:19
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Measles is back. After declaring it eliminated in 2000, the United States is now dealing with an uptick in cases. The latest outbreak began in California’s Disneyland theme park last December and, by...
2015/05/01 15:55
2015/05/01 15:55
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A new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reveals that a small outbreak of pneumonic plague in Colorado last year was caused by a dog infected with the disease. The organization...
2015/05/27 19:43
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