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2015/03/27 00:04
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BOSTON. (Ivanhoe Newswire) -- Every year in the U.S., nearly two-point-two million platelet units from donors are transfused to treat patients undergoing chemotherapy or surgery. But increasing...
2015/03/27 00:04
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2015/03/23 17:05
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Yes, the league is closer to returning to Los Angeles than it has been at any point over the past 20 years. Yes, that means there's a better chance than not that some team will be playing in the...
2015/03/23 16:43
2015/03/23 16:43
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By Steven ReinbergHealthDay Reporter MONDAY, March 23, 2015 (HealthDay News) -- Vitamin D supplements may slow or prevent low-grade prostate cancer from progressing, a small new study...
2015/03/21 13:27
2015/03/21 13:27
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A report released Thursday by The New England Journal of Medicine revealed that a Boston man broke his penis during sex, Medical Daily reported. In 2014, a 42-year-old Boston man was rushed to...
2015/03/19 07:55
2015/03/19 07:55
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While most clinicians at a trauma center showed unconscious race and social class biases in a web survey, these did not influence their clinical decision making when quizzed about, for example,...
2015/03/18 08:53
2015/03/18 08:53
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DENVER (AP) - Jarome Iginla draws the blackout curtains and keeps his room at a cool temperature. He silences his cellphone and sometimes reads a relaxing book to drift off. Although he's an 18-year...
2015/03/17 10:28
2015/03/17 10:28
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A new drug has been seen in initial tests to drastically reduce cholesterol levels and halve the risk of heart attacks and stroke compared to standard treatment. The drug called evolocumab drives the...
2015/03/16 22:56
2015/03/16 22:56
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... Health) - New hepatitis C drugs that shorten treatment times are largely cost-effective despite their hefty U.S. price tags, according to two new analyses. The widespread use of a...
2015/03/16 19:35
2015/03/16 19:35
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Tuesday, March 17, 2015ADVERTISEMENTSonic waves, first used by submarines in World War II, might one day help those with Alzheimer's disease preserve or regain their ability to remember and navigate,...
2015/03/16 07:57
2015/03/16 07:57
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Vitamin D, in combination with calcium, is said to be good for your bones. You should consume modest amounts in your diet, if possible (and for most people that is quite possible), or in the form of...
2015/03/16 07:57
2015/03/16 07:57
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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...
2015/03/14 13:45
2015/03/14 13:45
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That's gotta hurt. A jarring image published in the New England Journal of Medicine on Thursday shows a penile 'fracture' that occurred after a man jammed his erect penis into his lover's...
2015/03/09 06:30
2015/03/09 06:30
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... think he slowly lost his mind,' says sister of man who gunned down star Boston surgeon who operated on his mom Dr. Michael Davidson was shot twice by Stephen Pasceri at Brigham and Women's...
2015/03/05 16:45
2015/03/05 16:45
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Patients in the study taking 4 grams of prescription-only omega-3 fatty acid capsules daily for six months after a heart attack were significantly more likely to show improvements in heart function...
2015/03/05 03:24
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
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...
2015/03/27 00:04
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