• New Study Finds Possible Links To Obstructive Sleep Apnea Risk In Middle-Aged Women

    6 monthes ago - By The Huffington Post

    In a new study published in Menopause, researchers have found that the hot flashes and night sweats faced by upward of 80
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  • Dinosaur extinction metal can be used to kill cancer cells

    Dinosaur extinction metal can be used to kill cancer cells

    6 monthes ago - By News Medical

    Cancer cells can be targeted and destroyed with the metal from the asteroid that caused the extinction of the dinosaurs, according to new research by an international collaboration between the University of Warwick and Sun Yat-Sen University in China.
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  • New treatment approach for autoimmune disorder

    6 monthes ago - By ScienceDaily

    Researchers have been able to improve their understanding of the key mechanism involved in the pathogenesis of a serious autoimmune disease. For the first time, researchers were able to demonstrate a close link between the activation of programmed cell death, complement system activation, and organ damage in patients with systemic inflammation of blood vessels caused by 'ANCA antibodies'.
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  • New system for treating colorectal cancer can lead to complete cure

    6 monthes ago - By ScienceDaily

    Researchers have developed a new, three-step system that uses nuclear medicine to target and eliminate colorectal cancer. In this study with a mouse model, researchers achieved a 100-percent cure rate - without any treatment-related toxic effects.
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  • Absentee Dads affect how women interpret interest from men

    6 monthes ago - By ScienceDaily

    New research finds that women who were reminded of a time that their dad was absent from their lives - or who actually experienced poor quality fathering while growing up - perceived greater mating intent in the described behaviors of a hypothetical male dating partner and when talking with a man. These women also 'saw' more sexual arousal when viewing images of men's faces.
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  • Aspirin especially protective against GI cancers

    6 monthes ago - By Healio

    Long-term aspirin use significantly reduced the incidence of many cancers, but was especially protective against gastrointestinal cancers, according to new research presented at UEG Week.
    “The findings demonstrate that the long-term use of aspirin can reduce the risk of developing many major cancers,” Kelvin Tsoi, PhD, research associate professor of the Stanley Ho Big Data Decision Analytics Research Centre, and associate professor of the School of Public Health and Primary Care at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, said in a press release. “What should be noted is the
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  • Which gives you cancer sooner: Cigarettes or deli meats? New research reveals they're both Class 1-A carcinogens

    Which gives you cancer sooner: Cigarettes or deli meats? New research reveals they're both Class 1-A carcinogens

    6 monthes ago - By Natural News

    Could eating processed foods, such as breakfast and deli meats, be detrimental to your health? Well, according to the World Health Organization , the answer is yes. Research has shown that eating lunch meat, bacon, or sausage on a daily basis equates to smoking a pack of cigarettes each day and has a similar...
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  • SCIENTIFIC PROOF: Flu vaccine found to be completely ineffective because of how it is made, new study finds

    SCIENTIFIC PROOF: Flu vaccine found to be completely ineffective because of how it is made, new study finds

    6 monthes ago - By Natural News

    A groundbreaking new study published by researchers from The Scripps Research Institute in Florida has determined that the way influenza vaccines have been made practically since their inception is fundamentally flawed, and that the end result renders flu jabs largely ineffective. It has to do with the way that vaccine developers use...
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  • University of Birmingham researchers receive £1.5 million to find new treatments for bowel cancer

    6 monthes ago - By News Medical

    Charity Cancer Research UK has awarded the University of Birmingham £1.5 million to fund a five-year research program aimed at finding new treatments for bowel cancer.
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