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Monthly Archives: June 2014

Medical News Today: Could our hormones influence whether we vote?

People with low levels of cortisol – the ‘stress hormone’ – in the afternoon may be less likely to vote in US national elections, according to new research.
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Medical News Today: How herpes and other dormant viruses ‘reactivate’ explained in new study

Scientists are mystified by the mechanism that ‘reactivates’ dormant viruses such as herpes. Now, a new study suggests interactions with other infections may be responsible.
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Medical News Today: Almost 20% of fully vaccinated children with persistent cough ‘have whooping cough’

A study from the University of Oxford in the UK finds that 18% of fully vaccinated children who present to their doctor with persistent cough have whooping cough.
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Medical News Today: Musical training ‘improves executive brain function’

People with musical training show higher executive brain function than those without musical training, according to a new study by researchers from Boston Children’s Hospital.
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Medical News Today: New tool for assessing financial risk of cancer patients and survivors

New financial risk tool developed by researchers at University of Chicago is an attempt to encourage physicians to address the financial strain placed on their patients.
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Medical News Today: Cholesterol-busting compound may halt breast cancer

In tests on human cells and lab mice, a compound developed to fight cholesterol was able to not only halt breast cancer progression but also kill cancer cells.
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Medical News Today: Forgetful T cells ‘a cause of increased infection risk in newborns’

Researchers from Cornell University find that the immune system of infants is stronger and faster than that of adults but has a short memory, making infants prone to infection.
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Medical News Today: CDC reports teen cigarette smoking at ‘lowest level since survey began’

The National Youth Risk Behavior Survey reports decline in cigarette smoking among high school students, but concerns over risky sexual behavior and adolescent obesity remain.
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Medical News Today: Statin use linked to less exercise in older men

Study of thousands of older men finds statin use is linked to lower physical activity and questions if the drug’s muscle pain, fatigue and weakness side effects may be the cause.
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Medical News Today: A young boy’s journey to SDR for cerebral palsy

Tree of Hope, a UK children’s charity, and MNT helped raise funds for a boy with cerebral palsy to receive a life-changing surgery. Now, we learn how this surgery has helped him.
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