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Breast cancer treatments vary widely in cost and complications

1 hour agoNews : The Raw Story

Women with early-stage breast cancer may have fewer treatment complications and lower costs when they don’t get a mastectomy followed by reconstructive surgery, a U.S. study suggests. In recent years, reconstruction following a mastectomy has become more widely available, contributing to a sharp...

'Racist, sexist tweets & disgusting lies': Elizabeth Warren rips Donald Trump's tirade against Alicia Machado

Donald Trump is not having a good week. Coming off of what some political observers called a losing performance in the his first one-on-one debate with Hillary Clinton, Trump spent several days defending his treatment of women. The woman at the center of it all is former Miss Universe winner, Alicia Machado. Show More Summary

Medical News Today: How Does Prostate Cancer Affect Sex?

Men having treatment for prostate cancer can have problems with sex. Learn about what causes these problems and what treatments are available.

Community health workers’ knowledge and practice in relation to pre-eclampsia in Ogun State, Nigeria: an essential bridge to maternal survival

Pre-eclampsia is a leading cause of maternal and fetal morbidity and mortality worldwide. Early detection and treatment have been instrumental in reducing case fatality in high-income countries. To achieve thi...

Analysis: As Hillary Attacks on Treatment of Women, Countering with Clintons' History is Fair Game

First things first: Calling a woman "Miss Piggy" while pressuring her to lose weight is mean-spirited -- even if her weight gain constituted a...

The Alicia Machado moment sets off a surge in voter registration searches in Latinos areas

Candidates of Color Thanks, Donnie, for spending your entire week shining a continued spotlight on your abhorrent treatment of former Latina Miss Universe turned telenovela star, Alicia Machado. The Upshot writes: Google trends dataShow More Summary

PETA Applauds Montreal. Translation: Dogs Are Going to Die

Nothing indicates the horror of Montreal's pit bull ban more than this: PETA's mealy-mouthed congratulation. In 2012, when a shelter announced its regretful decision to start killing pets, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals sent them a congratulatory basket of vegan cookies. Show More Summary

Catatonic schizophrenia: Symptoms, causes, and treatments

Catatonic schizophrenia refers to a certain complex of symptoms that a schizophrenic patient may develop. This may be manifested in hardly moving or failing to follow directions. Alternatively, a patient may also experience something...Show More Summary

5 Reasons Why Every Caregiver Should Participate in a Clinical Trial

The only way to find a cure, or effective treatment, for Alzheimer's is through participation in clinical trials. By Bob DeMarcoAlzheimer's Reading RoomRight now, only a small fraction of Alzheimer's patients and caregivers are participating...Show More Summary

Heart disease in patients with both coronary artery disease and type 2 diabetes prevented by effective treatment: Study

Heart disease in patients who have both coronary artery disease (CAD) and type 2 diabetes can be prevented by effective treatment. A common condition in type 2 diabetes, heart failure has been found to be more serious in diabetics, compared...Show More Summary

Arkansas lawmaker who pushed law protecting right to video police is arrested for videoing an arrest

2 hours agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Officer Jeff Thompson of the Little Rock Police Department arrested Arkansas state Representative John Walker for recording their treatment of a black man who had been put in handcuffs during a traffic stop. (more…)

CDC focuses on improving safety during dialysis

The CDC will focus their attention on reducing the risk of blood infections during dialysis treatment. Dialysis is used in kidney failure patients when their kidneys are unable to filter the blood. Annually, nearly 37,000 patients develop...Show More Summary

Scientists Identify Protein Involved in Restoring Effectiveness of Common Treatment for Breast Cancer

Breast cancer is the most frequently diagnosed cancer among women, with estrogen-receptor-positive (ER+) being the most common type. Drugs used to treat this cancer, such as tamoxifen and Faslodex, block the hormone estrogen receptor that ER+ cancer cells need to grow. Show More Summary

Kybella Double Chin TV Ad: Are the BEFORE & AFTER Photos REALLY Unretouched as Claimed?

Perhpas you've seen the recent TV ad ("Ancestors") for Allergan's Kybella, a new drug approved for the treatment of double chins (read "Pfizer May Own Your Penis, But Allergan, Maker of Botox & Kybella, Owns Your Face"). The ad claims that double chins may be inherited. Show More Summary

Why Are Kids So Anxious These Days?

New research shows that more and more adolescents are at risk of mental illness. The solution may not be more treatment but changing children’s environments to be less stressful.

Teen Accused Of Stealing 65 Cent Milk Faces Larceny Charges In Virginia

The teen is speaking out against what he says is unfair treatment. [ more › ]

NYU Researchers Conduct Study with Innovative, Electronic, and Mobile Self-Care Tools to Help Early Identification and Treatment of Lymphedema

The development of TOLF was motivated by the request from breast cancer survivors in our prior research where nurse-patient-in-person delivery model was used and guided by the Model of Self-Care for Lymphedema Symptom Management based on our prior research. Show More Summary

Gentle sensors for diagnosing brain disorders

Flexible, low-cost sensor technology leading to safer and improved diagnoses and treatment of brain disorders has been developed by Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) scientists.

Confusion on End-of-Life Forms Can Cause Elderly Patients to Receive More Emergency Care Than They May Have Wanted

While the goal of filling out end-of-life forms is to let providers know patients' preferences regarding life-sustaining treatments, the information they contain is often ambiguous, a new University at Buffalo study has found.

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