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Monthly Archives: May 2013

Promising New Therapy For Lung Cancer

A novel therapy for the most common form of lung cancer shows promise and seems to yield largely manageable side effects, according to new research that will be presented at the 49th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology…
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Norovirus Dies Rapidly On Copper Surfaces

New research presented at a conference last week suggests that norovirus, the highly infectious winter vomiting bug, dies rapidly on surfaces made from copper and copper alloys. The finding, when corroborated by further studies, will likely add the sickness virus to a growing list of germs that copper is effective against…
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Sugary Drinks Increase Risk Of Kidney Stones

According to new research conducted at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, sugar-sweetened drinks are linked to an increased risk of developing kidney stones. Twenty percent of men and 10 percent of women in the U.S. suffer from kidney stones at least once in their lives. Patients with kidney stones are often encouraged to drink more fluids as a means of preventing the condition from recurring…
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H7N9 Bird Flu Virus May Be Human Transmissible

The novel H7N9 bird flu virus may be human transmissible through direct contact as well as through airborne exposure, according to a new study. Scientists came up with this conclusion after discovering that the virus, which has already killed 36 people in China, can spread between ferrets…
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Blood Thinners Cause 7 Percent Of Medication Errors

New research published in the Annals of Pharmacotherapy has revealed that blood thinners account for around 7 percent of medication errors in hospitalized patients. Blood thinners reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke by preventing the development of blood clots in the arteries and veins…
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Major IVF Breakthrough – Time-Lapse Imaging

A new IVF advance that significantly increases the chances of having a baby through artificial reproduction could bring hope to infertile couples across the country, according to an article published in Reproductive BioMedicine Online…
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Brain Stimulation Can Boost Math Skills

Administering high-frequency electrical noise to the brain can actually boost math skills up to six months later, according to a small study at the University of Oxford…
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Prescription Painkillers Linked To Erectile Dysfunction In Men

Regularly taking prescription painkillers, commonly called opioids, is linked to a greater risk of erectile dysfunction (ED) in men, according to a new study published in Spine. Over 11,000 men suffering from back pain were involved in the research…
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Type 1 Diabetes Vaccine In Twenty Years May Be Possible

Diabetes UK have announced the biggest research program in the charity’s history to try and develop a new vaccine for Type 1 diabetes within the next two decades, an accomplishment which could transform and improve the lives of the millions of people at high risk of developing the condition…
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Air Pollution Linked To Insulin Resistance, Diabetes In Children

Growing areas where air pollution is prominent increase the risk of insulin resistance (the predecessor to diabetes) in children. The finding was published in the journal Diabetologia, of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD), and was led by a group of researchers from Germany…
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