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New blood test could spare cancer patients from unnecessary chemotherapy

5 minutes ago   |   News Medical

Cancer patients could be spared unnecessary chemotherapy - and its side effects - by a new blood test that is in clinical trials at more than 40 hospitals in Australia and New...
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Cancer Bell Ringing Angers Some Who Can Only Watch

2 hours ago   |   Medicine Net   |   2 articles

Title: Cancer Bell Ringing Angers Some Who Can Only Watch Category: Health News Created: 10/16/2018 12:00:00 AM Last Editorial Review: 10/16/2018 12:00:00 AM
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New automated model identifies dense breast tissue in mammograms

2 hours ago   |   News Medical

Researchers from MIT and Massachusetts General Hospital have developed an automated model that assesses dense breast tissue in mammograms - which is an independent risk factor...
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Confirmed AGAIN: Sodium nitrite preservative in processed meat causes breast cancer

Confirmed AGAIN: Sodium nitrite preservative in processed meat causes breast cancer

4 hours ago   |   Natural News   |   3 articles

The jury is in and the verdict is final: Processed meats like bacon, salami and sausage all increase breast cancer risk. A metanalysis of all 15 previously conducted studies on...
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Compound found in brown algae and sea cucumber found to inhibit formation of skin cancer and promote cancer cell death

Compound found in brown algae and sea cucumber found to inhibit formation of skin cancer and promote cancer cell death

4 hours ago   |   Natural News

Aside from being used in Asian cuisine, scientists have discovered that brown algae and sea cucumber contain fucoidan that can inhibit cancer cell growth and tyrosinase in in...
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Cancer for Christmas: All those tech gadgets raise your risk of cancer, according to health officials

Cancer for Christmas: All those tech gadgets raise your risk of cancer, according to health officials

4 hours ago   |   Natural News

Getting the latest phone or smart toy this holiday season may not be all that good of a gift for you or your children, experts believe. In a discussion held about the risk of...
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New sensor helps prevent skin cancer by changing color when you've had too much sun, fits on a thumbnail

New sensor helps prevent skin cancer by changing color when you've had too much sun, fits on a thumbnail

4 hours ago   |   Natural News

Heliophiles are in for a treat. UV Sense, a recently launched sensor, can alert users when they've had too much exposure. UV Sense is a battery-free device that can fit on a...
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Study of Nigerian breast cancer patients reveals prevalence of aggressive molecular features

4 hours ago   |   News Medical   |   3 articles

A study comparing DNA and RNA data from Nigerian breast cancer patients to patients in a United States database found that certain aggressive molecular features were far more...
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Bigger Family, Lower Cancer Risk?

7 hours ago   |   Web MD

Researchers who analyzed data from 178 countries found that people from larger families were less likely to get cancer than those from smaller families.
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How healthy will YOUR country be in 2040?

How healthy will YOUR country be in 2040?

8 hours ago   |   Daily Mail

Researchers from Washington University have predicted the average lifespans of countries around the world and predict more people will die of non-contagious diseases like cancer.
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Weight Gain After Bariatric Surgery: New Insights

Weight Gain After Bariatric Surgery: New Insights

New study reveals the best way to calculate weight regain after bariatric surgery to identify more specifically the patients at risk for recurrence or new onset of health problems. Read more ...

Population Aging and Decrease may Have Socioeconomic and Environmental...

Population Aging and Decrease may Have Socioeconomic and Environmental Benefits: Study

Continued population growth is a global threat. Short-term economic concerns, while valid, cannot be prioritized over the long-term health of our environment and our societies. Read more ...

The spikenard, a staple in traditional Chinese medicine, is an effective...

The spikenard, a staple in traditional Chinese medicine, is an effective treatment for cardiovascular disease

With cardiovascular disease among the leading causes of death worldwide, a lot of time is spent on research to find possible ways to cure or prevent fatalities from the... Read more ...

More than 120 kids in 22 states diagnosed or suspected to have mysterious virus 

More than 120 kids in 22 states diagnosed or suspected to have mysterious virus 

The Centers for Disease Control Prevention confirmed on Tuesday that 62 children in 22 states have been diagnosed with acute flaccid myelitis and 127 in total are under... Read more ...

Feds and Pharma Spar Over Drug Costs in TV Ads

Feds and Pharma Spar Over Drug Costs in TV Ads

The Trump administration first mentioned requiring drug prices in ads in May, as part of the government's American Patients First plan to lower drug costs. In August, it began... Read more ...

Fathers who smoke raise the risk of their GRANDCHILDREN developing ADHD...

Fathers who smoke raise the risk of their GRANDCHILDREN developing ADHD, study suggests

A new study from Florida State University has found that fathers who smoke are more likely to have children and grandchildren with attention deficit disorders and hyperactivity. Read more ...

Half of parents think the flu shot causes the flu, study reveals  

Half of parents think the flu shot causes the flu, study reveals  

The study by Orlando Health comes after figures showed fewer kids were vaccinated last year - something US Surgeon General Jerome Adams blamed for the record-high death toll... Read more ...

Bariatric surgery can reduce heart attacks, strokes and death in obese people

Bariatric surgery can reduce heart attacks, strokes and death in obese people

Two new studies from Kaiser Permanente and the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health found those who undergo surgery are 40 percent less likely to have a... Read more ...

Brazil's next big grain? Researchers propose pearl millet as an alternative...

Brazil's next big grain? Researchers propose pearl millet as an alternative to rice and maize

Brazilian researchers found that pearl millet has higher protein and fiber than rice, and isolated bacterial strains from the fermented bran may have probiotic potential. Read more ...

Kids Are Less Violent In Countries That Ban Spanking

Kids Are Less Violent In Countries That Ban Spanking

Youth living in countries with bans on corporal punishment were 31 percent less violent In a new study, researchers found banning spanking and other forms of corporal... Read more ...