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A "concussion pill" under development in Miami using cannabis is showing progress for treatment of traumatic brain injuries. [Read More]
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Scientists have figured out a way to genetically reprogram human immune cells without using viruses to insert DNA. [Read More]
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Researchers are developing a way for users to kick an addiction to betel quid -- a cheap stimulant that can lead to oral disease and... [Read More]
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Researchers have found a modified form of botulinum toxin -- used to treat facial fine lines and wrinkles -- relieved pain without adverse side effects... [Read More]
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"Good cholesterol" may not be a good indicator an older woman has a lower risk of developing cardiovascular disease, according to a study. [Read More]
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Researchers found military personnel who suffered head trauma, and reported memory and mood issues, had brain scans similar to retired football players with CTE. [Read More]
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The risk of a woman having a heart attack while pregnant, giving birth or up to two months after delivery has risen 25 percent over... [Read More]
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Combining segments of bone engineered from stem cells, scientists have developed a technique for personalized bone grafts for patients with disease of injury. [Read More]
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Researchers in Australia have developed the first blood test for detection of melanoma in its early stages, which may allow earlier treatment of the disease. [Read More]
Allergic reactions to a component of the immune system may also help protect skin against cancer, according to a study. [Read More]
Researchers have discovered new risk genes for hay fever in the largest genetic study on this type of allergy. [Read More]
A larger presence of a lung-healing protein called amphiregulin may be the reason why men recover from the flu more quickly than women. [Read More]
A therapy for an inherited form of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis extends survival and reverses signs of neuromuscular damage in mice and rats, a new study... [Read More]
Death rates from liver cancer increased 43 percent for American adults from 2000 to 2016, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. [Read More]
Researchers have developed a magnetic wire as a quick and effective way to detect cancer early, according to a study of pigs. [Read More]
Weight loss surgery may decrease a person's risk of developing hormone-related cancers, increase the chance of colon cancer, according to study in England. [Read More]
Opioid abuse, as well as increases in HIV, hepatitis C and other infections, can be reduced with routinely screening and treatment when seeking other services. [Read More]
Researchers found a possible treatment for heart damage cause by Parkinson's, after finding that an imaging method could reveal and allow for treatment evaluation. [Read More]
A beach in northern Florida reopened after two people were bitten in separate apparent shark bite incidents. [Read More]
An Oregon woman was found 200 feet down a cliff near Big Sur, Calif., since being missing on Jily 6, authorities said. [Read More]
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