By University of Melbourne
In a world-first study, researchers have found garlic does not significantly reduce vaginal candida (thrush).
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By Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
Atrial fibrillation, long considered the most common condition leading to an irregular heartbeat, is a growing and serious global health problem, according to the first study ever to estimate the condition’s worldwide prevalence, death rates and
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By Mayo Clinic
A researcher believes that cells grown in the International Space Station (ISS) could help patients recover from a stroke, and that it may even be possible to generate human tissues and organs in space. He just needs a chance to demonstrate the possibilit
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By Public Library of Science
Many children with intellectual disability or lower functioning autism spectrum disorders, particularly those in low and middle income countries, do not receive psychosocial treatment interventions for their condition. If non-specialists were able to deli
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By Institute of Cancer Research
Swivelling patients around on a computer-controlled, rotating table could deliver high doses of radiotherapy to tumors more quickly than current methods, while sparing vulnerable organs such as the heart, brain, eyes and bowel. Sophisticated computer mode
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By National Association for Healthcare Quality
Satisfaction expressed by day-surgery patients can be enhanced by improving the quality of information they receive and also help assure successful post-operative recovery without the need for outpatient follow-up, according to research.
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By University of Michigan Health System
Adults nationwide are concerned about the use of e-cigarettes by children and teens, with 44 percent indicating worries that the devices will encourage kids to use tobacco products.
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By The JAMA Network Journals
Among 7,000 older women who wore an accelerometer to measure their movement, about two-thirds of their waking time was spent in sedentary behavior, most of which occurred in periods of less than 30 minutes, according to a study.
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By University of Chicago Medical Center
People with intermittent explosive disorder — a psychiatric illness characterized by impulsivity, hostility and recurrent aggressive outbursts — have elevated levels of two markers of systemic inflammation in their blood, signs of infl
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By Wiley
Radiation therapy used to treat uterine cancer may increase a patient's risk of developing bladder cancer. That is the conclusion of a recent study published. The findings indicate the importance of monitoring patients for potential signs of bladder cance
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By Queen Mary, University of London
Researchers have shown, for the first time, that the specialized role stem cells go on to perform is controlled by primary cilia -- tiny hair-like structures protruding from a cell.
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By North Shore-Long Island Jewish (LIJ) Health System
Investigators have discovered, for the first time, a direct evidence of a genetic overlap between schizophrenia and general cognitive ability.
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By Inderscience
People with disabilities represent a talented and creative section of the workforce in most areas of employment. A study suggests that as the so-called "green economy" grows, so education and training opportunities should be tailored to people w
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By Missouri University of Science and Technology
Young adults who are heavy users of the Internet may also exhibit signs of addiction, say researchers in a new study that compares Internet usage with measures of addiction.
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By American Society for Cell Biology
To determine whether fidgetin prevents nerve regrowth in adult brain, researchers used a novel nanoparticle technology to block enzyme in injured nerves of adult rats. Blocking fidgetin restarted nerve growth in animal model.
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By Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
While dietary supplements can help some people meet their nutrition needs, eating a wide variety of nutrient-rich foods is the best way for most people to obtain the nutrients they need to be healthy and reduce their risk of chronic disease, according to
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By Health Behavior News Service
The poor and minorities tend to suffer from poor sleep and chronic disease more often, but sleep does not appear to be a root cause of disease disparity, finds a new study.
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By Aalto University
Researchers have developed a method of selection of new surface treatment processes for orthopaedic and dental implants to reduce the risk of infection.
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By Arizona State University
In a new study, the first global gene expression profiling and phenotypic characterization of a fungal pathogen during spaceflight is revealed.
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By University of Colorado Cancer Center
A study shows that ALK and ROS1 gene rearrangements known to drive subsets of lung cancer are also present in some colorectal cancers. These results imply that drugs used to target ALK and ROS1 in lung cancer may also have applications in this subset of c
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