Detecting cancer much earlier with use of tiny optical tweezers
Researchers show how optical tweezers, which use beams of light to grip and manipulate tiny objects, including cells, can be miniaturized, opening the door to creating devices...
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People Should Be Allowed To Grieve Without Fear Of Job Loss
The phone call came as I wiggled out of my coat and placed my coffee on my desk. I had just dashed in the door of the Health Room to start my shift as an assistant school nurse...
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This Guy Claims a Vegan Diet Cured His Colorectal Cancer-But Did It Really?
Photograph courtesy of Mucasamoo Foundation Rob Mooberry took a break from standard treatment and went vegan. Then his cancer shrunk by 80% Rob Mooberry was given just a few...
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Study prompts new ideas on cancers' origins
Cancer therapies often target cells that grow and divide rapidly, such as stem cells, but in studying how stomach cancers occur, researchers found that even when the stomach...
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ADT plus salvage RT lowers PCa metastases, raises survival
Badar M. Mian, MD “Journal Article of the Month” is a new Urology Times section in which Badar M. Mian, MD , offers perspective on noteworthy research in the peer-reviewed...
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New Ideas About The Origin Of Cancer
Mature cells play a key role in initiating cancer, a finding that could upend the way scientists think about the origin of the disease.
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How Much Do You Really Know About Vaccine Safety?
By Dr. Mercola The video above features a lecture by Del Bigtree, 1 an Emmy award-winning producer of "The Doctors" talk show for six years, and one of the producers of the...
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Biosimilars for Cancer Drugs Move Ahead
Cancer patients may have more choice with their medications in the near future, as the FDA approved the first biosimilar to Herceptin for treating breast cancer and metastatic...
1 day ago - Modern Medicine
Link between Gene Variation and Survival Rates of Breast Cancer
A variation in a specific gene lowers the survival rate of patients diagnosed with early-onset breast cancer and also increases the risk of disease progression.
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Steve Smith: The man of many centuries
Steve Smith did not cure cancer or reverse climate change at the WACA Ground on Saturday, but it can only be a matter of time. The Australian captain has become such a weapon...
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Social Security Disability Q&A: How to apply, how long you'll wait, and more
There are more than 42,000 people in Ohio, and 1.1 million nationwide, waiting for a Social Security disability hearing. Questions and answers on the process are here.
Adam Driver Is Jacked as Hell In 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi,' and Here's How...
Photograph by David M. Benett / Getty Images and Lucasfilm Ltd. Inspired by the premiere of 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi,' here's a workout to give you giant arms like Kylo...
Hilarious Weight-Loss Quotes to Instantly Feel Better About Your Diet
Anyone who's ever tried to lose weight feels for you. It doesn't matter if it's five pounds or 50. While we can agree that eating healthy and exercising feels great most of the...
Take-away Meals, a Risk Factor for Heart Disease and Diabetes in Children
Regular consumption of take-away meals increases risk of heart disease and diabetes in children.
Your memory is best when thinking about your children
Binghampton University in New York has found that human memory is better when we are thinking about raising our children, new research suggests
World Health Org Announces CBD Has No Health Risks
Today the World Health Organization issued a report stating that the medical use of CBD is safe and poses no health risks. Here are a few highlights from the report: It's not...
8 Fun Facts That Will Make You Adore Olympic Athlete Ryan Stassel
A post shared by ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Ryan Stassel on Nov 21, 2017 at 9:08pm PST Winter is coming, and along with it, the 2018 Olympic Games in PyeongChang, South Korea. That gives us the...
Zika babies in Brazil struggle to sit, see, hear or talk
The CDC has tracked the progress of 19 babies with Zika-related microcephaly since birth and reports that as they approach their second birthdays, most face significant...
Italian family are unable to feel pain
Researchers from the University College London found the family's inability to feel pain lets certain relatives tolerate dangerously high temperatures and eat copious amounts...
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