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06/04/2018
Most women with smaller breast cancer tumors can safely skip chemo, study finds - PBS NewsHour


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Most women with smaller breast cancer tumors can safely skip chemo, study finds
PBS NewsHour
New findings show women with early stage breast cancer can avoid chemotherapy. Researchers now say most women with smaller tumors can safely skip the treatment and avoid side effects like fatigue and nausea. Amna Nawaz learns more from Dr. Larry ...

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06/21/2018
Territory technique helping to fight viral bee species - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Territory technique helping to fight viral bee species
NEWS.com.au
HELIUM and pheromones aren't your typical tools for fighting a swarm of bees, but that's how it's done in the Top End. WILL ZWAR. NT NewsJune 22, 20183:19am. Drone trapping is technique used to attract bees for identifying0:12. Drone trapping is ...
The birds and the bees: Droppings used to track down biosecurity threat9news.com.au

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06/21/2018
Woman suffers six puncture wounds after being bitten on the bicep by a fox in her bedroom - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.au

Woman suffers six puncture wounds after being bitten on the bicep by a fox in her bedroom
NEWS.com.au
A WOMAN has revealed how she suffered six puncture wounds and spent two days in hospital after being bitten on the bicep by a fox — who snuck in to her bed. John Lucas and James Mills. The SunJune 21, 20186:54pm. A woman in the UK says she was ...
Woman mauled in bed by fox in Clapham flat: I'm traumatised and feared I would contract rabiesEvening Standard
London fox attack: Woman savaged by animal as she SLEEPS in bedExpress.co.uk
Woman Tells Of Horror Fox Attack After Waking 'Covered In Blood'HuffPost UK
Mirror.co.uk -Metro -Herald NG (press release) -Irish Post
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06/21/2018
Sitting and diabetes in older adults: Does timing matter? - SFGate

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Sitting and diabetes in older adults: Does timing matter?
SFGate
(The Conversation is an independent and nonprofit source of news, analysis and commentary from academic experts.) John Bellettiere, University of California San Diego; Andrea LaCroix, University of California San Diego, and Matthew Mclaughlin, ...
Standing up could lower your risk of diabetesBrinkwire (press release)
Standing up could lower your risk of diabetes: Study finds sitting for long periods is dangerous even if you offset ...Daily Mail

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06/21/2018
NIH kills alcohol trial, starts hunt for other suspect studies - Science Magazine

Science Magazine

NIH kills alcohol trial, starts hunt for other suspect studies
Science Magazine
The U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, Maryland, last week killed a huge clinical trial probing the potential benefits of moderate drinking after an investigation found that senior officials at the agency's alcohol institute secretly ...
JACK HOUGHTON, Exclusive, The Daily TelegraphDaily Telegraph
US government withdraws US$100m funding for alcohol trial over credibility concernsjust-drinks.com

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06/21/2018
People living with type 2 diabetes are unaware of risk of heart disease - The Cairns Post

The Cairns Post

People living with type 2 diabetes are unaware of risk of heart disease
The Cairns Post
MOST Far North Queenslanders diagnosed with type 2 diabetes are unaware they are at risk from heart disease. Diabetes Australia has released findings from a nationwide survey of people living with type 2 diabetes, that found a majority of those ...
Antipsychotics May Increase Risk for Diabetes, Heart Disease in Young PeoplePsych Congress Network

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06/21/2018
Ancient Treponema Genomes Suggest Path for Refining Syphilis, Yaws Origins - GenomeWeb

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Ancient Treponema Genomes Suggest Path for Refining Syphilis, Yaws Origins
GenomeWeb
NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – A new genomic analysis of ancient Treponema pallidum samples suggests that genetic analyses can be used to distinguish between the sub-species causing syphilis and yaws — conditions that often mar human skeletal ...
First Ancient Syphilis Genomes Reveal New History Of The DiseaseDiscover Magazine (blog)
First ancient syphilis genomes decodedEurekAlert (press release)
Whose disease? Genomes help to resolve the mystery of the poxCosmos
Laboratory Equipment -National Geographic -PLOS Research News
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06/21/2018
There's even more evidence that coffee is good for your heart — and 4 cups a day might be the ideal amount - Business Insider

Business Insider

There's even more evidence that coffee is good for your heart — and 4 cups a day might be the ideal amount
Business Insider
For years scientists have traced a link between coffee drinking and heart health, but they weren't sure exactly why coffee is associated with so many health benefits. A group of German researchers thinks they've found a possible answer, and it has to ...
Caffeine could protect the heart by helping it make energy, mouse study findsABC News
Here's how drinking coffee could protect your heartScience News
Caffeine from four cups of coffee protects the heart with the help of mitochondriaMedical Xpress
Daily Mail -Inverse
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06/21/2018
Scientists discover the molecular trigger of necroptosis - News-Medical.net

News-Medical.net

Scientists discover the molecular trigger of necroptosis
News-Medical.net
Researchers in Australia have uncovered a trigger for an immune-related cell death pathway called necroptosis. It is hoped that the discovery may provide new targets for the treatment of a range of disorders, including immune disorders and several ...
Human immune 'trigger' map paves way for better treatmentsScience Daily

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06/21/2018
Many With Severe Allergies Don't Carry an EpiPen: Study - HealthDay

HealthDay

Many With Severe Allergies Don't Carry an EpiPen: Study
HealthDay
THURSDAY, June 21, 2018 (HealthDay News) -- Issues with cost or lack of training mean that more than half of U.S. adults at risk of a severe allergic reaction didn't use a lifesaving EpiPen or other epinephrine auto-injector during a recent attack ...
Many With Severe Allergies Don't Carry an EpiPenWebMD
Most adults with allergies do not use prescribed epinephrine even in emergency situationsNews-Medical.net
Most Adults Don't Use Their Epinephrine Auto-Injectors During ReactionsMonthly Prescribing Reference
Science Daily
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