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Monthly Archives: October 2014

Medical News Today: Child’s later-life intelligence ‘not influenced by parenting’

Contrary to some previous studies, new research from Florida State University finds that parental behavior is not a significant contributor to a child’s later-life intelligence.
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Medical News Today: Pancreatic cancer blood test: scientists discover more potential markers

A new study finds the blood of pancreatic cancer patients contains high levels of small RNA molecules – adding further hope that diagnosis via a simple blood test may be possible.
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Medical News Today: Walnut-enriched diet slows Alzheimer’s progression in mice

A new study found a walnut-enriched diet fed to mice with Alzheimer’s improved their learning skills, memory, anxiety and motor coordination.
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Medical News Today: Could sun exposure help prevent obesity, diabetes?

Exposure to ultraviolet radiation slowed weight gain and diabetes in mice fed a high-fat diet, a new study finds. Researchers say this is down to a compound called nitric oxide.
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Medical News Today: How Nigeria prevented an Ebola epidemic

WHO have declared Nigeria free of Ebola virus transmission and describe the country’s successful prevention of an unimaginable epidemic as a spectacular story worth telling.
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Medical News Today: Vitamin D deficiency linked to poor brain function, death after cardiac arrest

Researchers find that patients who are vitamin D deficient may be more likely to have poor brain function or die following cardiac arrest than those with normal vitamin D levels.
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Medical News Today: Personalized ovarian cancer vaccines set for human trials

Researchers have found a way to identify protein mutations in cancer cells. The method is being used to create personalized vaccines for ovarian cancer.
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Medical News Today: MERS virus cell entry mechanism is possible drug target

A new study reveals how the deadly Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus – MERS-CoV – enters host cells, opening potential new avenues for treatment.
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Medical News Today: Could honeysuckle tea be used to combat flu viruses?

Researchers have found that a molecule within honeysuckle – a plant that has been used for a century in traditional Chinese medicine – directly targets influenza A viruses.
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Medical News Today: Type 1 diabetes breakthrough as stem cells make billions of human insulin cells

Scientists have successfully used human embryonic stem cells to make billions of pancreatic cells that produced insulin in response to glucose and eliminated diabetes in a mouse.
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