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Stem cells help some men with erectile dysfunction after prostate surgery

In clinical trials, eight out of 15 men suffering from erectile dysfunction had sex six months after one-time treatment Men unable to have an erection after prostate surgery enjoyed normal intercourse thanks to stem cell therapy, scientists...Show More Summary

LaVar Ball gets Crying Jordan, meme treatment after UCLA loss

When you’re as loud and vocal as LaVar Ball is, you have to be prepared for the ridicule when you’re associated with failure. So it’s no surprise that Ball, the father of UCLA point guard Lonzo, was the target of some memes after the...Show More Summary

Living With Cancer: Small bowel cancer

Small bowel cancer: An Overview Small bowel cancer is an uncommon type of cancer that occurs in the small intestine. Treatment options depend on the type of small bowel cancer and its stage. Here's what you should know. Talking with your doctor about multiple myeloma After a diagnosis of multiple myeloma, you may be filled […]

Young inventor who wowed Obama faces health crisis

7 hours agoNews : USAToday: News

Joey Hudy began experiencing symptoms of mental illness while working in China; now his family is struggling to pay for inpatient treatment...        

Baha’is Imprisoned in Iran for Religious Beliefs Singled Out for Cruel Treatment

A member of Iran’s perseacuted Baha’i faith has expressed serious concerns about two imprisoned ailing family members who are being denied early release despite being legally eligible. The Intelligence Ministry is refusing to send Jamaloddin Khanjani, an elderly former Baha’i community leader who has spent more than nine years in prison, to the hospital for […]

Immunotherapy Drug Becomes First Therapy Approved by FDA for Rare Skin Cancer

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration yesterday granted accelerated approval to the checkpoint inhibitor Bavencio (avelumab) for the treatment of patients with metastatic Merkel cell carcinoma. Dr. Paul Nghiem, a senior investigatorShow More Summary

Immunotherapy drug becomes first therapy approved by FDA for rare skin cancer

(Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center) The US Food and Drug Administration yesterday granted accelerated approval to the checkpoint inhibitor Bavencio (avelumab) for the treatment of patients with metastatic Merkel cell carcinoma (MCC), including those who have not received prior chemotherapy. Show More Summary

Young Inventor Now Facing Schizophrenia Diagnosis

A science phenom known for impressing President Obama with his marshmallow air cannon at the 2012 White House Science Fair faces crushing debt after being diagnosed with a mental illness. Joey Hudy, now 20, is undergoing treatment for schizophrenia at a live-in facility in Tennessee that costs his family $25,...

An intriguing new gene candidate in the search for Alzheimer disease therapies

(Brigham and Women's Hospital) Tau pathology is one of the defining features of Alzheimer disease (AD), which is the most common form of dementia in older age. While symptomatic treatments exist, there are currently no preventive therapies for AD. Show More Summary

30 years ago, the FDA approved the first AIDS treatment

AZT was the first drug approved to treat AIDS. Video provided by Newsy        

The Re-Emergence of Henry Green

Long a closely kept secret (a writer’s writer, or maybe a writer’s writer’s writer), Henry Green is getting the treatment by NYRB Classics and coming back into the mainstream. It’s about time. They’ve done these 5, with more on the way. For an introduction and some ideas where to get started, I recommend Dan Green’s Continue Reading

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 gets the beauty treatment with official launch trailer

Samsung shows off the Galaxy Tab S3 with a new trailer timed for the official launch of the company's newest Android tablet.

Ciarán Foy To Direct Broad Green’s Horror Offering ‘Eli’

Ciarán Foy (Sinister 2) has been set to direct Broad Green Pictures' psychological horror film Eli about a young boy who undergoes treatment for a rare disease in a secluded clinic which turns into a haunted prison with no way out based on rewrite David Chirchirillo's 2015 Black List script. Show More Summary

Land-based microbes may be invading and harming coral reefs

A new study suggests that coral reefs—already under existential threat from global warming—may be undergoing further damage from invading bacteria and fungi coming from land-based sources, such as outfall from sewage treatment plants and coastal inlets. Show More Summary

The mathematics of how sperm swim

14 hours agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

A better understanding how a sperm swims its way toward an egg could help inform new treatments for male infertility. Researchers from the University of York have now come up with a mathematical formula to model how large numbers of moving sperm interact with fluid they're swimming through. Show More Summary

Scottish government to fund three cycles of IVF

Minister says money has been ‘put aside’ for the programme, which follows National Infertility Group recommendations The Scottish government is to fund three cycles of NHS IVF treatment for eligible couples trying to start a family – more than the number available in some parts of England and Wales. Show More Summary

How Can You Measure How Much Pain a Baby Feels?

The FDA is issuing a new warning on anesthesia for infants, and it poses a difficult question for doctors. What's more dangerous: pain or pain treatment? The post How Can You Measure How Much Pain a Baby Feels? appeared first on WIR...

Top 10 Spring Fragrances 2017

16 hours agoBeauty / Perfume : Now Smell This

1946: French writer Colette went to Switzerland, where she would undergo treatment for severe and painful arthritis. She was delighted to find that the sparrows around her lodgings in Geneva were tame. They flew into her room from the balcony, slept under her bed, ate from her hands. Show More Summary

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