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New study provides a better understanding of Merkel cell carcinoma

5 monthes ago   |   By News Medical

Merkel cell carcinoma is a rare and aggressive type of skin cancer. Also called neuroendocrine carcinoma of the skin, it is much less common than most other types of skin cancer. But, it's one of the most dangerous types since it's more likely to spread to the other parts of the body.
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Why you need iron and where to get it: These 10 foods fight fatigue and boost your immune system

Why you need iron and where to get it: These 10 foods fight fatigue and boost your immune system

5 monthes ago   |   By Natural News

Iron is one of the essential nutrients that the body needs in large amounts every day. Both animal-based and plant-derived foods can provide enough iron to strengthen a person's immunity to diseases and raise energy levels. The body converts iron into hemoglobin, the protein used by red blood cells to carry oxygen to every corner of the body...
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Prevent cancerous tumors naturally with time-restricted eating

Prevent cancerous tumors naturally with time-restricted eating

5 monthes ago   |   By Natural News

Cutting back on calories may help prevent breast cancer. To achieve the best anti-cancer effect, researchers recommend a time-restricted diet in which women only eat at certain times of the day. Studies like the one from the University of Miami link obesity to some types of cancer. In particular, obese post-menopausal women are vulnerable to breast cancer. To...
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New insight into the immune system may help doctors to better fight cancer

5 monthes ago   |   By News Medical

Your immune system's natural killer cells recognize and attack two major kinds of danger - cells infected by viruses and cells affected by cancer.
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Shocking new study says coronavirus infections double every 2.4 days

Shocking new study says coronavirus infections double every 2.4 days

If you're wondering just how quickly the Wuhan coronavirus is actually spreading these days, look no further than a new study published in the journal medRxiv that estimates... Read more ...

RIPPLE EFFECT: Huge disruptions in pharmaceutical supplies reported in INDIA...

RIPPLE EFFECT: Huge disruptions in pharmaceutical supplies reported in INDIA after Wuhan coronavirus disrupts production in China

As we've been reporting now for several weeks, the spreading Wuhan coronavirus is much worse than the Chinese government has said. There are thousands more infections... Read more ...

Mediterranean diet promotes gut bacteria linked to 'healthy aging' in older...

Mediterranean diet promotes gut bacteria linked to 'healthy aging' in older people: Study

Diets high in vegetables, fruits, whole grains, beans, legumes and olive oil may impact gut bacteria by increasing bacteria diversity and curbing the advance of physical... Read more ...

Poop-eating lab mice affect probiotic research outcomes, says study

Poop-eating lab mice affect probiotic research outcomes, says study

Researchers have studied a key difference between the microbiome of lab mice and humans caused by rodents' tendency to eat their own faeces, which they say could have... Read more ...

Coronavirus conspiracy: Communist China could weaponize supply lines...

Coronavirus conspiracy: Communist China could weaponize supply lines, creating "global chokehold"

Now that it has been revealed that the United States has an almost total dependency on China for pharmaceuticals, experts are warning that the communist country can basically... Read more ...

New research reveals a way to stop Ebola virus from replicating

New research reveals a way to stop Ebola virus from replicating

The Ebola virus disease is a rare but highly contagious disease caused by Zaire ebolavirus, or simply the Ebola virus. Due to the high fatality rate associated with EVD, the... Read more ...

Investigating the anti-tumor effect of elemene on pancreatic cancer cell lines

Investigating the anti-tumor effect of elemene on pancreatic cancer cell lines

In this study, researchers from The First Hospital of China Medical University evaluated the anti-tumor effect and mechanism of action of elemene on pancreatic carcinoma in... Read more ...

"Ultra-processed" foods and beverages increase risk of disease and early...

"Ultra-processed" foods and beverages increase risk of disease and early death; eating more whole foods is key to improving overall health

What do chips, cookies and pizza have in common? Researchers consider all of them to be ultra-processed foods. And according to two studies published in the British Medical... Read more ...

Mars may have developed habitable conditions as early as 4.2 billion years ago

Mars may have developed habitable conditions as early as 4.2 billion years ago

A new study claims that Mars could have been habitable anywhere between 4.2 to 3.5 billion years ago. The authors of this study have adjusted their timeline of when they... Read more ...

The US Women's Soccer Team Could Make History With Another Olympic Gold in Tokyo

The US Women's Soccer Team Could Make History With Another Olympic Gold in Tokyo

When the US women's soccer team takes the field at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo , they'll be in a unique position, arriving to the Games as both the gold-medal favorites and a... Read more ...