Browsing Archive July, 2015
Better Cancer Treatments Coming

Better Cancer Treatments Coming

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New tool uses ‘drug spillover’ to match cancer patients with treatments

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Attention Kroger Shoppers!

Attention Kroger Shoppers!

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Are you a Kroger Shopper? If so, the supermarket chain, is recalling four of its seasonings after a positive test for salmonella was discovered. Kroger is recalling its store ...

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Kidney Disease Strikes More Black Men

Kidney Disease Strikes More Black Men

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Focal segmental glomerulosclerosis (FSGS) is a common cause of kidney disease in adults in the United States. In this disease, patients have high amounts of protein in the urine. ...

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PTSD: Black Men Under Siege

PTSD: Black Men Under Siege

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  The latest images in the news of African American Men being gunned down, choked out, beaten, and suffering life altering injuries at the hands of the police has ...

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Stroke Sends Joe Jackson to ICU

Stroke Sends Joe Jackson to ICU

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As news of the death of Bobbi Kristina, daughter of deceased music icon, Whitney Houston, another family musical dynasty is dealing with a health crisis. Joe Jackson, the ...

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Exercise Can Reverse Bone Loss

Exercise Can Reverse Bone Loss

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It's well known that muscle and bone begin to deteriorate and even shrink as we age. But a new study may have a link to a real remedy. If healthy, middle-aged men do certain types ...

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Blame DNA for Your Sweet Tooth

Blame DNA for Your Sweet Tooth

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A single set of genes determines a person's sensitivity to sweetness, and access to sugar in childhood has little or no effect on sensitivity, according to a new study. The ...

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New Test Detects Traces of Superbugs

New Test Detects Traces of Superbugs

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Researchers at McMaster University in Canada have developed a new DNA-based method of testing for pathogens they claim is thousands of times more powerful than similar tests ...

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