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Florida marks record of 10 years without major hurricane
PrisonPlanet - 5 Hours ago
The state of Florida is marking a big milestone with the official end of the 2015 hurricane season — 10 years without a major hurricane making landfall in the state. The hurricane-free streak is a new
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(100) Message of urgency from Pacific leaders ahead of COP21 EnvironmentGuru.com
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Molecular Mechanisms Associated with Particulate and Soluble Heteroglycan Mediated
Journal of Cellular Biochemistry - 11/22/2015
ABSTRACT Immune responses are outcomes of complex molecular machinery which occur inside the cells. Unravelling the cellular mechanisms induced by immune stimulating molecules such as glycans and determining
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Evodiamine Suppresses ABCG2 Mediated Drug Resistance by Inhibiting p50/NF-?B Pathway
Journal of Cellular Biochemistry - 11/22/2015
Abstract Evodiamine (Evo), extracted from the Chinese herbal medicine Evodia rutaecarpa, has cytotoxic effects on different types of human cancer cells. However, its effects on drug resistance and their
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Dr. Bazger Acts As An NFP Medical Consultant In Creighton Model FertilityCare Systerm
Review Seeker - 11/22/2015
(November 21, 2015) Birmingham, Michigan (PRWEB) November 21, 2015 Natural family planning and fertility are special interests of Dr. Bazgers. She is an NFP Medical Consultant in CREIGHTON MODEL FertilityCare
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Exercise can reduce heart failure risk
Iran Daily - 11/22/2015
Starting to exercise later in life can still reduce your risk of heart failure, and even modest increases in activity could provide some protection, researchers said. "Our findings suggest that when
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Vale cuts iron ore forecast, as dam burst adds to low margin cutbacks
TeleTrader.com - 5 Hours ago
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3M completes sale of Faab Fabricaunto business TeleTrader.com
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Free HIV test kit launched
Blacknet - 11/22/2015
09 am 0 views Tweet Edited by Agency Reporter Public Health England (PHE) launches first nationally available HIV kit for testing those at higher-risk as new figures show 18,100 people
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Genetic risk measure can compute form 1, 2 diabetes
HealthMediciNet.com - 11/22/2015
“The occurrence of form l diabetes (T1D), one of a many prevalent ongoing diseases in children, has increasing worldwide,” write Valma Harjutsalo, Ph.D., of a Diabetes Prevention Unit, Helsinki, Finland,
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Abington Hospital Achieves National Accreditation from the MBSAQIP
Noodls - 11/24/2015
Abington Memorial Hospital (via noodls) / ABINGTON, PA (November 20, 2015) - Abington Hospital - Jefferson Health is pleased to announce its bariatric surgical center has achieved a Comprehensive Center
Abington Hospital Achieves Accreditation from the Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery Pharmacy Choice
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Aptose Voluntarily Suspends Clinical Dosing of APTO-253 to Review Drug Manufacturing
Pharmacy Choice - 11/22/2015
(GlobeNewswire) - Aptose Biosciences Inc. (NASDAQ:APTO) (TSX:APS) (Aptose or the Company), a clinical-stage company developing new therapeutics and molecular diagnostics that target the underlying mechanisms
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Mason researchers patent new breast cancer treatment
Big News Network - 11/22/2015
George Mason University researchers have patented a new breast cancer treatment that uses a common malaria drug to stop cancer in its beginning stages. Chloroquine, a drug commonly
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The Duck Syndrome : Social media's impact on mental health
Tech Vibes - 11/22/2015
The Duck Syndrome: when a duck swims across the pond, all we see is a poised bird sliding across the water. What we don't see is how hard he is peddling to move across. Most people care about their
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Compared to monotherapy combination of pills for advanced skin cancer extends survival
HealthMediciNet.com - 11/23/2015
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Combination of pills for advanced skin cancer extends survival compared with previous Medical News Today
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NJ cancer patients need legislative defense against sky-high dental cancer … – NJ.com
NewsListOnline - 11/22/2015
When the treatment I desired was shipped by an IV within my doctor’s office, I’d have compensated a set copay – for example, about $35 per month. But simply since the medication I want is given in your
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3-D printing aids in understanding food enjoyment
NewsR.in - 11/22/2015
Tasting food relies on food volatiles moving from the back of the mouth to the nasal cavity, but researchers have wondered why airflow doesn't carry them in the other direction, into the lungs. Now a
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Combination of pills for advanced skin cancer extends survival compared with previous
European Cancer Organisation - 11/22/2015
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Human brains evolved to be more responsive to environmental influences
NewsR.in - 11/22/2015
Chimpanzees are our closest living relatives, but what is it about the human brain that makes us so different? Researchers at the George Washington University may have unearthed another piece of the puzzle.
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UNIVERSAL HEALTH SERVICES : Rocklin mental health facility raises concerns
4 Traders - 11/22/2015
Nov. 21--A company that operates mental health centers across the nation said it has found an ideal spot in northwest Rocklin to build a 100-bed hospital for those who need short-term treatment in a secured
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Mental health patients given hospital beds hundreds of miles away from home
NewsGrio - 11/22/2015
Keep your hands off our Lottery fund, cash-strapped charities tell George Osborne Police probe TV star John Leslie over 'sex attack' following complaint from woman 38 minutes ago 1 Mentally
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Teens On ADHD Medications Bullied More, Researchers Say
Science World Report - 11/22/2015
Text Size - + Kathleen Lees k.lees@scienceworldreport.com Teenagers who take medication for attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) may be more likely to be bullied, according to a recent
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Murdered Holistic Doctors Had Discovered Autism/Cancer-Causing Enzyme Intentionally
Before It's News - 11/22/2015
So apparently the holistic doctors who were all being killed in FL had found out via their research that the nagalase enzyme protein is INTENTIONALLY being added to the population via immunizations. Nagalase
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Patients shun flu jab
Healthcare Today - 11/22/2015
12th November 2015 Doctors express alarm at drop in number of people having the flu jab. Click on available sources in right hand menu to see the original article. Share this page
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Key Trends in Chinese Medical Device Regulation
Medical Device & Diagnostic Industry - 11/22/2015
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Frozen Embryos Must Be Destroyed: Divorce Case Highlights Ethics And Legalities
Inquisitr - 11/22/2015
When Mimi Lee and her ex-husband Stephen Findley created five frozen embryos with the assistance of a California fertility clinic in 2010, they didn’t do so with the intention of divorcing. The couple
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Smokeless Tobacco Users Exposed To More Nicotine, Cancer-Causing Chemical
Medical Daily - 11/22/2015
Compared to cigarette smokers, users of smokeless tobacco are exposed to equal or higher levels of nicotine and NNK, a cancer-causing chemical in tobacco products, according to a study from the U.S. government.
Smokeless Tobacco Users Exposed To More Nicotine Medical Daily
Smokeless tobacco users unprotected to some-more nicotine, cancer-causing chemical HealthMediciNet.com
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