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Monthly Archives: September 2014

Medical News Today: New estrogen-related breast cancer mechanism detected

Estrogen prepares cells to divide and even resist drugs for estrogen-positive breast cancers, according to new research investigating the role of the unfolded-protein response.
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Medical News Today: We drink more alcohol on days of increased physical activity

A new study from Northwestern University finds that on the days we engage in higher levels of physical activity – Thursdays to Sundays – we also consume more alcohol.
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Medical News Today: Airway muscle-on-a-chip ‘simulates asthma in humans’

Researchers have created what they describe as an ‘airway muscular chip’ – a model that mimics muscle contraction in the human airway, offering a tool to test new drugs for asthma.
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Medical News Today: Metformin use linked to risk of low thyroid hormone levels

A new study links a common drug used for treatment of type 2 diabetes to a risk of low levels of thyroid hormone levels, potentially putting patients at cardiovascular risk.
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Medical News Today: Researchers shed light on how breast implants may cause rare lymphoma

Although uncommon, researchers have found that some women who have breast implants develop a rare form of non-Hodgkin lymphoma. A new study provides clues as to why this is.
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Medical News Today: Breastfeeding linked to lower risk of aggressive subtypes of breast cancer

African-American women who have children but do not breastfeed have a higher risk for estrogen receptor and triple-negative breast cancer, a new study suggests.
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Medical News Today: Schizophrenia ‘made up of eight specific genetic disorders’

Schizophrenia is not an individual condition but is made up of eight genetically distinct disorders, according to a new study by researchers at Washington University in St. Louis.
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Medical News Today: Failed fertility in women who want children linked to worse mental health

Women who do not come to terms with their unsuccessful fertility treatment have worse long-term mental health than women who are able to let go of wanting to have children.
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Medical News Today: Even small weight gains can raise blood pressure

New research highlights that even gaining a few pounds – easily done by some while on vacation – can lead to an increase in blood pressure in otherwise healthy adults.
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Medical News Today: Hourly 5-minute walks ‘reverse arterial damage caused by sitting’

Prolonged periods of sitting can reduce the function of arteries in the legs. A new study finds that this reduced function can be avoided by taking short walking breaks.
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