Approaching polio eradication: Endgame hiccups
It has now been 30 years since the official worldwide launch of the Global Polio Eradication Initiative, or GPEI, in 1988. At the time of the launch of the GPEI, estimates of...
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Making the Case for Regulated Marijuana
Guest columnist Robert Mabee has a right to his own opinions , he does not have a right to his own facts. Fact 1: Regulated statewide marijuana markets have provided an...
1 hour ago - Modern Medicine
Diabetes medicine reduces liver fat in nonalcoholic fatty liver disease
In people with type 2 diabetes, nonalcoholic fatty liver disease is common and can progress to a severe liver disease known as nonalcoholic steatohepatitis. Now a study has...
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Tuna Deviled Eggs
These Tuna Stuffed Deviled Eggs are perfect to pack for lunch or serve as an appetizer! Tuna Deviled Eggs I combined two favorites, deviled eggs and tuna salad and made these...
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Treating metastatic breast cancer with immunotherapy
Breast cancer, in the stage with distant metastases, is an incurable disease with a 5 years survival rate of about 5-10%. Immunotherapy has recently improved survival in...
1 hour ago - News Medical - 2 articles
Evaluation of gap filling skills and reading mistakes of cochlear implanted and normally hearing students
This study aimed to (1) evaluate the gap filling skills and reading mistakes of students with cochlear implants, and to (2) compare their results with those of their...
2 hours ago - International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology
Deal of the Day: 30 percent off award-winning Skyn firming eye gel masks
For $2.50 a pack you can get rid of puffiness, dark circles and premature wrinkling in just 10 minutes.
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This Amazon hack lets you sample beauty products and snacks for $2 each
As if we needed another reason to get Amazon Prime!
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Why So Many Moms Feel So Lonely
“I hate seeing people tag each other in best friend posts,” says one woman in the Scary Mommy Confessional. “I have absolutely no one that I could remotely call my friend, let...
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A big breakfast could aid weight loss, glucose control
Starting the day with a big breakfast, followed by a medium lunch and a small dinner, may benefit people with obesity and type 2 diabetes, new study finds.
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The headlines of Master Doctor
This Is The Question All Moms Need To Ask Themselves
If I could go back and talk to my new mom self, I would have so much I'd want to say. I would tell her not to worry so much. I would remind her to trust her heart and...
Poor oral health may increase your risk of diabetes, study warns
Researchers at City of Hope National Medical Center found oral health may indicate a person's diabetes risk. They suggest dental exams may help diagnose people with the condition.
These 3 Changes Helped Me Naturally Grow My Butt in Just a Few Months
I used to think that wanting to grow your booty was vain, useless, and quite frankly, a little bit silly. But when I started working with my trainer last year, we talked a lot...
Infections linked to Natural Grocers coconut; recall underway
Six illnesses have been reported in connection with Natural Grocers brand organic Coconut Smiles, which are now under recall after the company and the FDA confirmed Salmonella...
Huge surge in people getting high on BUG SPRAY
Health officials in Mississippi, Tennessee and Indiana have reported an increasing number of overdoses from people getting high off heavy-duty bug sprays such as Raid in the...
Men with low sperm counts are at increased risk of illnesses
Men who have low sperm counts are at a 20 percent greater risk of developing illnesses like diabetes and heart disease, according to an Italian study linking infertility to...
Major study uncovers 9 new genes responsible for osteoarthritis
Researchers at the University of Sheffield and the Wellcome Sanger have identified nine genes that are expressed differently in people with osteoarthritis and healthy ones...
Women with larger waists more likely to have children with autism
A Northwestern University study found a clear link between obesity in young women and autism in their children, despite previous studies finding no link. Previous studies used...
Diverse Clinical Trials Lead to Better Cancer Drugs
Diverse clinical trials help will help researchers create treatments that benefit all Americans.
Mediterranean diet helps prevent cancer, nutrition science study finds
Everyone may have heard, at some point, a friendly suggestion to “eat your vegetables.” It turns out, that is actually sound advice, when it is part of the Mediterranean Diet...