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Engineers have developed a new way to help injured hearts regenerate using cells derived from human stem cells. [Read More]
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Men and women who receive a false-positive breast or prostate cancer screening are likely to obtain future recommended cancer screenings, a new study says. [Read More]
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Workers' difficulty sleeping was linked to rude behavior by others on the job, including verbal abuse, according to a survey of U.S. Forest Service... [Read More]
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Heart patients who walked briskly were hospitalized less often, according to a study in Europe. [Read More]
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Artificial sweeteners could be linked to diabetes and obesity, according to a study of rats and cell cultures. [Read More]
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International chemical weapons inspectors retrieved samples Saturday from a Syrian town two weeks after the suspected attack. [Read More]
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International chemical weapons inspectors retrieved samples Saturday from a Syrian town two weeks after the suspected attack. [Read More]
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GSMA is delaying implementation of cellphone technology in wake of Justice Department's probe of alleged coordination between the group, AT&T and Verizon. [Read More]
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GSMA is delaying implementation of cellphone technology in wake of Justice Department's probe of alleged coordination between the group, AT&T and Verizon. [Read More]
International chemical weapons inspectors are headed to a Syrian town, two weeks after the suspected attack, Russia's foreign ministry said Saturday. [Read More]
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Hamas announced Saturday one of its members, a Palestinian engineer, was assassinated at the entrance to a mosque in the capital of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur. [Read More]
People deficient in vitamin D might have a greater risk of developing diabetes, according to a study. [Read More]
Injections of the drug Belimumab, marketed as Benlysta, benefited patients with a form of lupus in a Phase 3 clinical trial, researchers reported this week. [Read More]
Scientists at a private research institute have identified a protein in blood vessels that potentially can be activated by drugs to treat heart disease. [Read More]
People with dementia are being prescribed unnecessary or inappropriate medications that are causing harm, including side effects and higher medical costs. [Read More]
The World Health Organization is recommending that a vaccine against dengue should only be used on people who have previously been infected with the disease. [Read More]
An experimental compound slows the overall mobility of sperm without affecting hormones, leading to a potential male contraceptive pill without side effects. [Read More]
Prescription opioid dosage volume declined 12 percent in 2017, the largest annual drop in more than 25 years of measurement, according to a report. [Read More]
This fall's flu vaccine will be 20 percent effective for the dominant circulating strain of influenza A, the same as shots given the past two... [Read More]
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