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We May One Day Be Able To Detect Cancer With A Simple Blood Test
An experimental blood test was able to predict early-stage cancer in more than half of patients with the disease.
Older Cancer Patients and Their Caregivers Differ in Assessment of Physical...
Differences in assessment of physical abilities between patients and caregivers were associated with greater caregiver burden.
Women are attracted to men who eat a lot of vegetables
Researchers at Macquarie University in Australia strengthened the link between scent and attraction and showed that a man's diet can make him smell more or less desirable to women.
Nearly 4 Million Worldwide Die Each Year from Asthma, COPD
In poorer countries these respiratory illnesses too often go undiagnosed and untreated, report finds Related MedlinePlus Pages: Asthma , COPD , International Health
Can a Blood Test Detect a Range of Cancers Earlier?
Researchers move 'a step forward,' assessing DNA fragments for colon, breast, ovarian and lung tumors Related MedlinePlus Pages: Cancer , Laboratory Tests
New, Rapid and Inexpensive Test for Zika Virus Detection
New method of Zika virus detection developed using viral proteins attached to gold nanoparticles.
Walnuts Make You Less Hungry And More Full
Walnuts activate a part of the brain known as the right insula and increase the activity, which helps in decreasing the hunger and cravings of an individual.
Walnuts reduce cravings and promote feeling of fullness
Researchers from the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston found that eating walnuts boosts brain activity in the region associated with control, suggesting people...
Multicolor MRIs Developed Improve Disease Detection
MRI capabilities have been elevated with the new imaging method. The MRI is now available in multicolors, which aids in detecting multiple diseases at once.
Junk food increases risk of cancer in women
Women who eat junk food such as burgers or pizza are increasing their risk of cancer even if they're not overweight, new research by the University of Arizona has warned.