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2015/03/05 06:08
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Taking omega-3 fatty acids appeared to lower inflammation and guard against further declines in heart function among recent heart attack survivors already receiving optimal standard care, according to...
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2015/03/05 03:24
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A trio of experimental antiretroviral drugs and research toward a cure for HIV were among the more than 1,000 presentations at the recent Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections in...
2015/03/03 16:50
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Many women face a higher risk of breast cancer due to the presence of BRCA gene mutations. A BRCA1 or BRCA2 mutation carrier has approximately a 50 percent risk of developing breast cancer before the...
2015/02/27 15:30
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At Martin O'Riordan's cardiology practice in the Philadelphia area, it happens weekly. A 45- or 50-year-old patient mentions that her father had a heart attack at the same age. Worried that the same...
2015/02/27 10:08
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A new Viewpoint article in The Journal of the American Medical Association questions whether the notion of the community hospital as a sanctuary from violence may have become too quaint. The fatal...
2015/02/26 15:22
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Could talking to a premature baby help its brain develop? Sound of mother's voice and heartbeat boost development, study finds Researchers at Harvard University played recordings to 20 premature...
2015/02/25 20:21
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NEW YORK - Scientists for the first time have mapped out the molecular "switches" that can turn on or silence individual genes in the DNA in more than 100 types of human cells, an accomplishment that...
2015/02/22 23:52
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But for people who have never had one of these cardiovascular "events," the thinking on aspirin is less clear, despite two recent large-scale studies. The reason for caution is the very reason that...
2015/02/21 14:46
2015/02/21 14:46
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When I tell you that I was absolutely joyous for most of my nine-day Christmas vacation, don't think for a moment that my high spirits had anything to do with getting a break from teaching seventh...
2015/02/20 00:59
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Marie McCullough, Inquirer Staff Writer Posted: Thursday, February 19, 2015, 6:47 PM In the second study, University of Michigan researchers used a statewide hospital group database and found that...
2015/02/19 04:26
2015/02/19 04:26
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Scientists unveil map of 'epigenome' The epigenome can turn genes in DNA on or off.(Source: cosmin4000 /iStockphoto) Book of life For the first time, scientists have mapped out the molecular...
2015/02/18 22:19
2015/02/18 22:19
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NEW YORK (Reuters) - Scientists for the first time have mapped out the molecular "switches" that can turn on or silence individual genes in the DNA in more than 100 types of human cells, an...
2015/02/18 20:47
2015/02/18 20:47
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Microscopic stealth drones could be used to treat heart disease and stroke in the future. They seek out and repair areas of artery damage. Each tiny particle, made from a plastic-like material, is...
2015/02/18 15:46
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By Steven ReinbergHealthDay Reporter MONDAY, Feb. 16, 2015 (HealthDay News) -- Menopause-related hot flashes and night sweats aren't a short-term problem. More than half of women experience these...
2015/02/12 21:10
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Commissioner Roger Goodell and Patriots owner Robert Kraft have had a close relationship. (Getty Images) The NFL recently announced the hiring of its first-ever chief health and medical adviser, Dr....
2015/02/05 12:04
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LOWELL -- The fatal shooting of a 44-year-old doctor at Brigham & Women's Hospital in Boston two weeks ago was just the latest example of violence in the workplace, and it has Middlesex District...
2015/03/05 06:08
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