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Novel approach to ultrasound raises possibility of new medical applications

2 hours ago   |   ScienceDaily

A new ultrasound technique provides a non-invasive way of assessing bone structure on the microscale. Researchers hope to fine-tune the technique for use in assessing...
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First patient enrolls in Alofisel registry

5 hours ago   |   Healio

Takeda Pharmaceuticals announced that it has enrolled the first patient in its registry established to gather data on patients with Crohn's disease with complex fistulas...
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The STEC O121 outbreak caused by ground bison is over

7 hours ago   |   Food Safety

The E. coli outbreak caused by ground Bison is over. The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention called the outbreak over on Sept.13, 2019. It ended after reports of...
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French child dies 8 years after E. coli infection

7 hours ago   |   Food Safety

A French child who developed severe complications after being infected by E. coli in 2011 has died. Nolan Moittie was two years old when he was one of a number of people...
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The Story of Harvey Washington Wiley is coming out in paperback

The Story of Harvey Washington Wiley is coming out in paperback

7 hours ago   |   Food Safety

Don't wait - Add ‘The Poison Squad' by Deborah Blum to your reading list BOOK REVIEW “Regulation is bad for business.” It's an all-too-common refrain, but not exclusively a...
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No more tears: immunization without needles

12 hours ago   |   News Medical

A new study published in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology reports a novel skin vaccine patch which could help effective and safe immunization by disrupting the...
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Former Brexit MP DAVID DAVIS reveals the low-carb diet that helped transform his health 

Former Brexit MP DAVID DAVIS reveals the low-carb diet that helped transform his health 

16 hours ago   |   Daily Mail

DAVID DAVIS:A year ago, after I resigned from my Cabinet job as Brexit Secretary, I had a routine medical. The doctor frowned, I had non-alcoholic fatty liver disease .
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Play-Doh Is Rolling Out 5 New Types Of ‘Doh' Including Slime

19 hours ago   |   Scary Mommy

Brace yourselves: there is a new slime in town Play-Doh's non-toxic, non-staining, reusable modeling compound has been a childhood staple for almost 70 years. For whatever...
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‘Queer Eye' Star Jonathan Van Ness Won The Emmy's Red Carpet

‘Queer Eye' Star Jonathan Van Ness Won The Emmy's Red Carpet

20 hours ago   |   Scary Mommy   |   2 articles

No one can slay a red carpet like Jonathan Van Ness Gone are the days when gender defines red carpet fashion, or fashion in general. Case in point, Queer Eye 's grooming expert...
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Get The Best Sleep Of Your Life With These Good Night Helpers

Get The Best Sleep Of Your Life With These Good Night Helpers

20 hours ago   |   Scary Mommy

Hey Mama, we could ask you when you last had a decent night's sleep, but we already know the answer - about 3 months before your first baby was born, areweright?! Whether...
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Toxic air pollution particles are found in pregnant women's PLACENTAS for...

Toxic air pollution particles are found in pregnant women's PLACENTAS for the first time

Researchers led by Hasselt University in Belgium scanned flesh from the placentas of 28 women who lived in areas with varying levels of pollution and found they all had black... Read more ...

Making Major Decisions While Being Hungry is a Bad Idea

Making Major Decisions While Being Hungry is a Bad Idea

You might want to avoid making any important decisions about the future while being hungry. Read more ...

Cancer cells become 'cannibals' and eat other tumor cells to beat...

Cancer cells become 'cannibals' and eat other tumor cells to beat chemotherapy, study finds 

New research from Tulane University found that some breast cancer cells become 'cannibals' and, instead of multiplying, engulf neighboring cells to stock up on energy in order... Read more ...

Positive Experiences With Teachers or Neighbors can Save Long-term Health of...

Positive Experiences With Teachers or Neighbors can Save Long-term Health of Kids Who Face Trauma

Adverse childhood experience can lead to poor health later in life. Positive experiences could work as an anecdote to counter and overcome trauma. Read more ...

15-Year-Old Phenom Brighton Zeuner on the Bright Future of Women's Skateboarding

15-Year-Old Phenom Brighton Zeuner on the Bright Future of Women's Skateboarding

At just 15, Brighton Zeuner might just be the new face of women's skateboarding. She started competing at the X Games at age 11. She won her first gold medal there the day... Read more ...

Needle-free patch could 'protect against flu as effectively as a traditional...

Needle-free patch could 'protect against flu as effectively as a traditional vaccine'

Scientists from the University of Rochester gave the patch (pictured, alongside a traditional vaccine) to mice for between 18 and 36 hours. The animals 'initiated a robust... Read more ...

Gut Bacteria may Influence Your Blood Sugar Levels: Here's How

Gut Bacteria may Influence Your Blood Sugar Levels: Here's How

Bacteria living in your gut may negatively influence your blood sugar levels, reveals a new study. Read more ...

New Imaging Technology Could Revolutionize the Future of Cancer Surgery

New Imaging Technology Could Revolutionize the Future of Cancer Surgery

New imaging technology uses the way light from lasers communicates with cancerous and healthy tissues to distinguish between them in real-time. Read more ...

Mother begs people to donate blood as her two-year-old is only being kept...

Mother begs people to donate blood as her two-year-old is only being kept alive by transfusions

Steph Davidson's daughter Adeline relies on blood transfusions while she waits for a bone marrow transplant. Adeline, from Scotland, has low levels of platelets and red and... Read more ...

Have scientists found a cure for the common cold? Researchers identify vital...

Have scientists found a cure for the common cold? Researchers identify vital protein virus needs

Researchers have identified a vital protein in cells which the cold virus needs in order to reproduce. By stopping humans producing this protein, they can stop the cells from... Read more ...