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Well, Friends... I lasted 14 days on the vegan challenge. Going into this challenge, I really didn't think it was going to be very difficult for me--I'm not a huge meat person, and certainly I could go five weeks without dairy or eggs,...Show More Summary
Sponsored by World Vision and Hosted by Powered by Mom ADD A FEW WORDS HERE Are you looking for the perfect gift for someone on your Christmas list? The 2016 World Vision Gift Catalog contains more than 250 poverty-fighting gifts, ranging...Show More Summary
The 21st Century Cures Act, a bill that sailed through Congress with overwhelming support from both parties, stands in contrast to the looming fight over the Affordable Care Act.
(The Francis Crick Institute) Breast cancer cells break away and spread to other parts of the body relatively late on in breast tumor development, an international team of scientists has shown. The research, jointly led by Dr. Peter Van Loo at the Francis Crick Institute, could help refine cancer therapy and is published in the journal Genome Biology.
Living in a community designed for health can increase your physical, mental, and emotional wellbeing.
(University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center) A researcher from UH Seidman Cancer Center will discuss his upcoming immunotherapy clinical trial for triple-negative breast cancer at 2016 San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium. Joseph Baar,...Show More Summary
In a time before any human had traveled in space, Glenn and his colleagues staked their lives on something that seemed impossible.
The town works to reopen for business, while its residents deal with their trauma.
Today I'll point out a couple of recent papers that are illustrative of present research into muscle stem cells and the changes that take place in these cell populations with age. Note the interest in finding ways to modulate those changes, slow them down, or somewhat reverse them. Show More Summary
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Mixed martial arts star Ronda Rousey is challenging conventional notions about what it means to be feminine. In two new video ads for Pantene, the 29-year-old sends a high-impact message about the relationship between strength and beauty. Show More Summary
Nearly 19,000 children received hospital treatment for self-harm in 2015 – a 14% increase since 2012 Nearly 19,000 children and young people were treated in hospital in England and Wales after self-harming in the last year, a figure that has risen steeply in recent years, according to a leading children’s charity. Show More Summary
EPA announced yesterday a proposed rule to ban trichloroethylene as a spot-cleaning agent in dry cleaning operations and as an aerosol spray degreaser. The agency is again moving swiftly to use its authority under a chemical safety ...
Congressional Republicans have voted repeatedly to repeal the ACA, but now that they actually have a shot at doing that, journalists and commentators are focusing on how hard it will be to preserve the provisions voters like and politicians vow to keep – let alone the gains in insurance coverage and financial stability.
This week’s snapshot of just one work-related fatality in the US. This one occurred on Wednesday, November 30 in Belding, MI.
Parties, seasonal foods, and breaking from your usual healthy eating routines could leave your gut in a rut. I have some “fixes” to help make your belly happier along with festive food ideas to eat balanced and enjoy memorable moments of the season. Show More Summary
Cheyann Shaw, 23, will never stop fighting.
(Refiles this December 7 story to correct name of Albert Einstein College of Medicine in paragraph 2.)
Investigators reveal that Apol1, a protein implicated in kidney disease, is produced mainly by the liver.