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International Business Times
Walking evolved in ancient fish long before animals ever made it onto land earlier than previously thought. For the new study, published in the journal C
International Business Times / Posted 15 days ago
earlier than previously thought. For the new study, published in the journal Cell, Jeremy Dasena and his colleagues from New York University School of Medicine investigated the neural development of a type of fish known as the little skate. These... Read more
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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
Cardiologist to speak on heart health in Stratfordby a complementary lunch. To reserve a seat, call 203-375-5894, ext. 168. Poll
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 16 days ago
by a complementary lunch. To reserve a seat, call 203-375-5894, ext. 168. Pollack received his medical degree from New York University School of Medicine. He completed his internal medicine residency at New York Presbyterian Hospital and a... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Cardiologist to speak on heart health in Stratfordby a complementary lunch. To reserve a seat, call 203-375-5894, ext. 168. Poll
Connecticut Post / Posted 16 days ago
by a complementary lunch. To reserve a seat, call 203-375-5894, ext. 168. Pollack received his medical degree from New York University School of Medicine. He completed his internal medicine residency at New York Presbyterian Hospital and a... Read more
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Darien News-Review
Cardiologist to speak on heart health in Stratfordby a complementary lunch. To reserve a seat, call 203-375-5894, ext. 168. Poll
Darien News-Review / Posted 16 days ago
by a complementary lunch. To reserve a seat, call 203-375-5894, ext. 168. Pollack received his medical degree from New York University School of Medicine. He completed his internal medicine residency at New York Presbyterian Hospital and a... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Cardiologist to speak on heart health in Stratfordby a complementary lunch. To reserve a seat, call 203-375-5894, ext. 168. Poll
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 16 days ago
by a complementary lunch. To reserve a seat, call 203-375-5894, ext. 168. Pollack received his medical degree from New York University School of Medicine. He completed his internal medicine residency at New York Presbyterian Hospital and a... Read more
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asianage
Vaping cause DNA mutationnew study, scientists warned that nicotine in e-cigarettes could convert into D
asianage / Posted 24 days ago
new study, scientists warned that nicotine in e-cigarettes could convert into DNA-damaging chemicals. Researchers from the New York University School of Medicine found that vaping is dangerous and hence should not be promoted as safe, despite being... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Vaping could cause DNA mutation, researchers claimnew study, scientists warned that nicotine in e-cigarettes could convert into D
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 24 days ago
new study, scientists warned that nicotine in e-cigarettes could convert into DNA-damaging chemicals. Researchers from the New York University School of Medicine found that vaping is dangerous and hence should not be promoted as safe, despite being... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
What can e-cigs do to your body?the heart, lungs and bladder. Their DNA repair systems, which protect against
Liverpool Echo / Posted 24 days ago
the heart, lungs and bladder. Their DNA repair systems, which protect against cancer, were also damaged, according to the New York University School of Medicine research. The researchers said they believed e-cigarette smoke was carcinogenic, with... Read more
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Oxford Mail
New cancer warning over e-cigarettes - are they actually safe?which protect against cancer, were also impaired in the animals' cells. The US
Oxford Mail / Posted 24 days ago
which protect against cancer, were also impaired in the animals' cells. The US team led by Dr Moon-shong Tang, from New York University School of Medicine, warned that 'vapers' may be increasing their risk of life-threatening... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Smoke from e-cigarettes 'may cause DNA damage and cancer'which protect against cancer, were also impaired in the animals' cells. The US
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 25 days ago
which protect against cancer, were also impaired in the animals' cells. The US team led by Dr Moon-shong Tang, from New York University School of Medicine, warn that "vapers" may be increasing their risk of life-threatening... Read more
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asianage
Vaping too causes cancer, says studyAccording to a new study, vapers have higher risk of cancer and heart disease,
asianage / Posted 25 days ago
According to a new study, vapers have higher risk of cancer and heart disease, when compared to non-smokers. The New York University School of Medicine team, led by Dr Moon-shong Tang, pointed out e-cigs were rapidly gaining popularity, especially... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Vaping causes cancer, says studyAccording to a new study, vapers have higher risk of cancer and heart disease,
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 25 days ago
According to a new study, vapers have higher risk of cancer and heart disease, when compared to non-smokers. The New York University School of Medicine team, led by Dr Moon-shong Tang, pointed out e-cigs were rapidly gaining popularity, especially... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
E-cigarettes may lead to cancer and heart disease, study findsnicotine and contain no tobacco — may not be as safe as previously assumed. Th
Bangor Daily News / Posted 25 days ago
nicotine and contain no tobacco — may not be as safe as previously assumed. The study, conducted by researchers from the New York University School of Medicine, exposed mice to e-cigarette smoke (ECS) for 12 weeks at a dose and duration... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Smoke from e-cigarettes ‘may cause DNA damage and cancer’which protect against cancer, were also impaired in the animals’ cells. The US
EveningTimes Online / Posted 25 days ago
which protect against cancer, were also impaired in the animals’ cells. The US team led by Dr Moon-shong Tang, from New York University School of Medicine, warn that “vapers” may be increasing their risk of life-threatening... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Smoke from e-cigarettes ‘may cause DNA damage and cancer’which protect against cancer, were also impaired in the animals’ cells. The US
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 25 days ago
which protect against cancer, were also impaired in the animals’ cells. The US team led by Dr Moon-shong Tang, from New York University School of Medicine, warn that “vapers” may be increasing their risk of life-threatening... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Smoke from e-cigarettes ‘may cause DNA damage and cancer’which protect against cancer, were also impaired in the animals’ cells. The US
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 25 days ago
which protect against cancer, were also impaired in the animals’ cells. The US team led by Dr Moon-shong Tang, from New York University School of Medicine, warn that “vapers” may be increasing their risk of life-threatening... Read more
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North Wales Pioneer
Smoke from e-cigarettes ‘may cause DNA damage and cancer’which protect against cancer, were also impaired in the animals’ cells. The US
North Wales Pioneer / Posted 25 days ago
which protect against cancer, were also impaired in the animals’ cells. The US team led by Dr Moon-shong Tang, from New York University School of Medicine, warn that “vapers” may be increasing their risk of life-threatening... Read more
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The North Wales Chronicle
Smoke from e-cigarettes ‘may cause DNA damage and cancer’which protect against cancer, were also impaired in the animals’ cells. The US
The North Wales Chronicle / Posted 25 days ago
which protect against cancer, were also impaired in the animals’ cells. The US team led by Dr Moon-shong Tang, from New York University School of Medicine, warn that “vapers” may be increasing their risk of life-threatening... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Smoke from e-cigarettes ‘may cause DNA damage and cancer’which protect against cancer, were also impaired in the animals’ cells. The US
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 25 days ago
which protect against cancer, were also impaired in the animals’ cells. The US team led by Dr Moon-shong Tang, from New York University School of Medicine, warn that “vapers” may be increasing their risk of life-threatening... Read more
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