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  2. Closure of coal plant in China led to improvements in children's health
  3. Unnecessary lung surgeries halved by preoperative PET
  4. Study reveals less invasive technique for vulvar cancer
  5. Patients with vitamin D deficiency at greater risk for more severe heart disease
  6. Link discovered between clusters of 'broken hearts' and massive natural disasters
  7. Strong association between Mediterranean diet and lower risk of diabetes
  8. Seasonal fluctuations in cholesterol levels
  9. Gender differences in how the heart responds to exercise: findings challenge a long-h
  10. Cardiovascular disease, related deaths drop after Michigan implements public smoking
  11. Hospital readmission for asthma increased by air pollution from traffic
  12. What can investigators really tell from gunshot residue?
  13. Is it safe to pee in the pool?
  14. New research explores the impact of stress reduction on migraine attacks
  15. Levels of potentially harmful substances in grilled meats could be reduced by beer ma
  16. In the UK paracetamol poisoning treatment guidelines are costing NHS millions
  17. Researchers report new septic shock biomarker test
  18. Discovery offers hope for new treatments for retinal blindness
  19. Electroacupuncture at Conception and Governor vessels and hUCB-MSCs for cerebral isch
  20. Evaluating therapies for Menkes disease using PET scanning
  21. Learning deficits and aggressive behavior caused by lack of coronin 1 protein
  22. Kif15: The acrobatic motor protein that could pave the way for new cancer therapies
  23. Eye movement when reading could be an early indicator of Alzheimer's disease
  24. Expert warns of lung disease 'time bomb' in UK
  25. MRI tracking of genes to offer insights into memory and learning
  26. Mass participation experiment reveals how to create the perfect dream
  27. Gout isn't always easy to prove: Study finds CT scans help catch cases traditional te
  28. Repeat sternotomy for aortic valve replacement safe option for octogenarian patients
  29. Biologics do not increase cancer risk for rheumatoid arthritis patients
  30. Scientists gain new insight into brain inflammation during neurodegenerative disease
  31. Research shows gastric surgery halves risk of heart attack in obese people
  32. Where do you start when developing a new medicine? Novel scientific collaboration to
  33. MRI helps diagnose prostate cancer more accurately
  34. Being overweight may benefit older people
  35. Significant polio milestone: 11 countries officially polio-free
  36. Diabetes: Good self-management helps to reduce mortality
  37. NICE rejects life-extending bowel cancer drug two weeks after Scottish approval
  38. Fertility experts in pioneering 'mediterranean diet' IVF study
  39. Smartphone app helps support recovery after treatment for alcoholism
  40. BMJ investigation finds public health funds being raided to fill holes in local autho
  41. NHS data on patient experience is often ignored
  42. Where do you start when developing a new medicine? Novel scientific collaboration to
  43. MRI helps diagnose prostate cancer more accurately
  44. Being overweight may benefit older people
  45. Significant polio milestone: 11 countries officially polio-free
  46. Diabetes: Good self-management helps to reduce mortality
  47. NICE rejects life-extending bowel cancer drug two weeks after Scottish approval
  48. Fertility experts in pioneering 'mediterranean diet' IVF study
  49. Smartphone app helps support recovery after treatment for alcoholism
  50. BMJ investigation finds public health funds being raided to fill holes in local autho
  51. NHS data on patient experience is often ignored
  52. Certain genetic variants may put bladder cancer patients at increased risk of cancer
  53. Recreational drug users who switch from ecstasy to mephedrone don't understand the da
  54. New generation of antibiotics may lie with small peptides
  55. Exercise in youth makes for stronger, bigger bones through life
  56. Elsevier's Maturitas publishes position statement on the management of postmenopausal
  57. Researchers take mathematical route to fighting viruses
  58. Elderly women may benefit from higher amounts of protein
  59. New enhanced microbial killing discovered in neutrophils
  60. Protein called YAP gives blood vessels strength and shape
  61. Weill Cornell scientists find gene implicated in progression and relapse of deadly br
  62. Much of bone comprises shock-absorbing 'goo' that stops it shattering
  63. Thousands of young people at risk of 'slipping through the net' due to adults' lack o
  64. What keeps tumor cells in place
  65. Non-invasive gene expression profile test shown to identify sentinel lymph node negat
  66. New FDA-approved treatment gives hope to Psoriatic Arthritis patients
  67. FDA approves Xolair® (omalizumab) for people with Chronic Idiopathic Urticaria (C
  68. Patients susceptible to leukemia treatment aftermaths identified
  69. New study shows smoking tobacco doubles risk of recurrent tuberculosis
  70. Shorter sleepers are over-eaters
  71. Cancer Research UK launches trial to fight cancer caused by a common virus
  72. Classifying gum disease genetically could help earlier diagnosis and treatment
  73. Strategies for teaching common core to teens with autism show promise
  74. New discoveries place lack of energy at the basis of Parkinson's Disease
  75. Sometimes less is more for hungry dogs
  76. Leukaemia caused by chromosome catastrophe
  77. Pitt-led study shows lifestyle interventions can prevent major depression in adults w
  78. Study published on the relationship between imaging and OVA1® in assessing risk o
  79. FDA approves first implantable hearing device for adults with a certain kind of heari
  80. Engineers design 'living materials'
  81. Switching an antibiotic on and off with light
  82. Quality of life good 10 years after esophagectomy and gastric pull-up
  83. Impaired new learning identified in patients with Parkinson disease
  84. Vitamin D supplements 'do not reduce depression'
  85. Evaluating and monitoring participants' reactions to learning of higher Alzheimer's d
  86. Improved understanding of antibodies that may cut risk of HIV infection
  87. Study identifies gene fusion as likely cause of rare type of thyroid cancer
  88. Chronic lymphocytic leukemia: Editorial published by North Shore-LIJ Cancer Institute
  89. Social groups alleviate depression
  90. New DNA test offers miscarriage clues
  91. Language development aided by social feedback loop
  92. Allergy-cancer connection discovered
  93. Novel feedback mechanism discovered that provides a mechanistic link between chronic
  94. Potential new therapeutic target identified for controlling high blood sugar
  95. Study questions speed in giving antidepressants to grieving parents
  96. Early PET negative patients with stage I/II Hodgkin lymphoma show Increased risk of e
  97. Health, education and globalization of world's economy
  98. New model proposed for clinical trials
  99. Diabetes researchers track cells' ability to regenerate
  100. New app turns any smartphone into a portable medical diagnostic device
  101. Managing menopausal symptoms: internists must play a larger role
  102. Differences seen in HPV positive, negative in squamous cell head, neck cancer
  103. Alarming spread of drug-resistant TB threatens global health
  104. Human sniff range exceeds 1 trillion odors
  105. Who's afraid of math? Study finds some genetic factors
  106. New approach makes cancer cells explode
  107. UC Davis faculty drive efforts to improve CT safety
  108. New study shows endochoice fuse system detects significantly more pre-cancerous polyp
  109. Regular physical activity reduces breast cancer risk irrespective of age
  110. Miscarriage risk increases for women who respond poorly to IVF ovarian stimulation
  111. Inflammation mobilizes tumor cells
  112. 3D-printed implants restore baby's breathing
  113. U.S. women unfamiliar with most stroke warning signs
  114. Program taught in American Sign Language helps deaf achieve healthier weight
  115. NICE recommends Giotrif (afatinib) for first line treatment of EGFR mutation positive
  116. Low protein intake in infancy reduces childhood obesity risk
  117. More advanced math and reading in kindergarten benefits school performance
  118. Will health care reform require new population health management strategies?
  119. A sharper view into the brain
  120. New approach promises to transform care for patients with long term conditions
  121. 101 liver cancer drug candidates pave the way to personalized medicine
  122. Researchers show stem cells from muscle can repair nerve damage after injury
  123. European research project aims at early diagnosis of memory disorders
  124. Some lots of Simply Lite brand dark chocolate recalled
  125. Smartphone app reduces stress for anxious people
  126. Teen gang membership can harm adult years
  127. Statins slow the progression of advanced multiple sclerosis in clinical trial
  128. Tamiflu® reduces risk of death by 25% in adults hospitalised with H1N1 pandemic i
  129. Immunology researchers uncover pathways that direct immune system to turn 'on' or 'of
  130. First guidelines for patients with pulmonary hypertension in sickle cell disease
  131. Risk of psychiatric diagnoses, medication use increases after critical illness
  132. Using age to distinguish normal from abnormal blood test results appears to safely ex
  133. Health gap between adult survivors of childhood cancer and siblings widens with age
  134. New understanding of why chromosome errors are high in women's eggs
  135. Vigorous exercise tied to reduce flu risk
  136. Link between saturated fat and heart disease comes into question
  137. Study finds risk of death among ICU patients with severe sepsis has decreased
  138. Class, ancestry and medication are factors in cardiac risk for lupus patients
  139. Older age at onset of type 1 diabetes associated with lower brain connectivity later
  140. FDA approves Eliquis® (apixaban) to reduce the risk of blood clots following hip
  141. New nanoparticle that only attacks cervical cancer cells
  142. Abbott issues recall of certain blood glucose monitoring systems
  143. Supplements not associated with reduced risk of cardiovascular disease in elderly
  144. Prenatal growth could play key role in South Asians' predisposition to non-communicab
  145. Gene variants protect against relapse after treatment for Hepatitis C
  146. Colon cancer rates falling steeply among older Americans
  147. New gene-scanning approach finds link to heart attack risk 'hiding in plain sight'
  148. Vitamin supplements may prevent drug-induced hearing loss, UF researchers say
  149. Europe is falling behind America in the fight against colorectal cancer due to low sc
  150. Promising new research on reducing pressure ulcers
  151. A versatile mouse that can teach us about many diseases and drugs
  152. Cancer therapy may be too targeted: Genetic landscape of rare cancer acts as a guide
  153. Information overload acts 'to dim the lights' on what we see
  154. Cryoablation and nanoparticle-encapsulated anticancer drug combined to destroy cancer
  155. Mood, sleep and quality of life improved by mindfulness-based meditation in teenagers
  156. Targeting molecular interaction of Marburg virus and host protein may arrest this let
  157. Happiness is viral, thanks to social media
  158. Study finds heart scans only useful in prescribing statins under certain conditions
  159. How the brain stores memories by time
  160. For some women response to emotional stress may be linked to heart artery dysfunction
  161. How the flu bug bit Google
  162. American Muslims' attitudes toward organ donation
  163. A novel protein identified in fruit flies may explain how biological clocks regulate
  164. Pets in pain: countering the caregiver placebo effect
  165. Confidence is an important buffer to the stress of old age
  166. Virulent tooth decay in toddlers can be caused by combination of bacterium and fungus
  167. Negative experiences of transgender patients in emergency department settings
  168. The impact of trauma center closures
  169. Comparable outcomes for outpatient, inpatient orthopaedic surgeries
  170. The 5-second rule is not an urban myth, say researchers
  171. New study suggests contagious yawning is not linked to empathy
  172. Some common NSAIDs have added benefit of fighting bacterial infection
  173. In healthy mouths good fungi keep bad ones in check
  174. Boosting self-esteem prevents health problems for seniors
  175. Human brains 'hard-wired' to link what we see with what we do
  176. Tuberculosis - EPFL creates a foundation to launch an antibiotic
  177. Brain links weakened by nicotine withdrawal may explain smokers' relapse
  178. Education and culture affect children's understanding of the human body
  179. Non-invasive blood sugar testing is one step closer
  180. Standardized evaluation consent forms for living liver donors needed
  181. Targeting bacterial cell division to fight antibiotic resistance
  182. Performing cardio- and resistance training during the same session: Does the order ma
  183. Could grapefruit be good for your kidneys?
  184. Brain links weakened by nicotine withdrawal may explain smokers' relapse
  185. Tuberculosis - EPFL creates a foundation to launch an antibiotic
  186. Human brains 'hard-wired' to link what we see with what we do
  187. Boosting self-esteem prevents health problems for seniors
  188. Education and culture affect children's understanding of the human body
  189. Non-invasive blood sugar testing is one step closer
  190. Could grapefruit be good for your kidneys?
  191. Performing cardio- and resistance training during the same session: Does the order ma
  192. Targeting bacterial cell division to fight antibiotic resistance
  193. Standardized evaluation consent forms for living liver donors needed
  194. Scientists unlock key to designing potential heart attack drug without the side effec
  195. UC Davis researchers one step closer to ovarian cancer marker
  196. 3D printing helps repair motorbike crash victim's face
  197. Gut bacteria essential for immune cell development
  198. New IMI project to incorporate real life data into drug development
  199. 30,000 people with mental health problems in the UK lose social care as funding cut b
  200. Heart risks of glucose-lowering drugs being overlooked in clinical trials
  201. Anavex encouraged by scientific data confirming sigma-1 receptor agonist extends surv
  202. Experts urge Chancellor to "crack down on cheap drink" in next week's budget
  203. UK seeing significant rise in older people living and being diagnosed with HIV
  204. MarcoPolo Pharmaceuticals announces a positive Phase II-III study in patients with co
  205. Nicotine patches do not appear to help pregnant smokers to quit
  206. First device to prevent migraine headaches wins FDA approval
  207. Even light drinking in early pregnancy raises risk of small or preterm baby
  208. Trophos announces top-line results in pivotal trial of olesoxime in spinal muscular a
  209. Targeted treatment of back pain leads to 50% drop in work absence
  210. Technology is healthcare's biggest driver of change but executives fear impact on R&D
  211. Photic memory for executive brain responses
  212. Biological effects of the popular artificial sweetener sucralose
  213. New prognostic test for breast cancer could improve patient treatment
  214. MarcoPolo Pharmaceuticals announces a positive Phase II-III study in patients with co
  215. Nicotine patches do not appear to help pregnant smokers to quit
  216. First device to prevent migraine headaches wins FDA approval
  217. Even light drinking in early pregnancy raises risk of small or preterm baby
  218. Trophos announces top-line results in pivotal trial of olesoxime in spinal muscular a
  219. Targeted treatment of back pain leads to 50% drop in work absence
  220. Technology is healthcare's biggest driver of change but executives fear impact on R&D
  221. Photic memory for executive brain responses
  222. Biological effects of the popular artificial sweetener sucralose
  223. New prognostic test for breast cancer could improve patient treatment
  224. Binge drinking, excessive marijuana use in youth: brief intervention from family doct
  225. Randomized clinical trial identifies women most likely to benefit from vaginal mesh s
  226. Smartphones to diagnose diseases in real time
  227. New clue may explain link between traffic pollution and heart risks
  228. Bill C-17 gives drug recall power to Health Canada, but more needs to be done
  229. When the doctor is on holiday: Who cares for the patient?
  230. Early pregnancy alcohol linked to heightened premature and small baby risk
  231. Women for Positive Action launch new educational tool on 'HIV and young women'
  232. Glucosamine fails to prevent deterioration of knee cartilage, decrease pain
  233. Not so revolutionary hypertension treatment
  234. Targeted therapy with erlotinib may prolong survival of patients with cervical cancer
  235. Half of pregnant women are passive smokers, due to their partners
  236. New blood test predicts Alzheimer's, dementia
  237. Serious diarrheal infection in kids linked to antibiotics
  238. Adverse events in nursing facilities outpace hospitals
  239. Device to prevent cancer patient hair loss being tested at UCLA
  240. New indication for Xolair approved by the European Commission for treatment in chroni
  241. Silicon implant and treadmill rehabilitation show promise in treating spinal cord inj
  242. Mutations in leukaemia gene linked to new childhood growth disorder
  243. World first op gives new hope to heart failure patients - mitral heart valve replacem
  244. Similarity breeds proximity in memory, NYU researchers find
  245. Ultra sensitive detection of radio waves with lasers
  246. How does meeting on Facebook affect meeting face to face?
  247. South Pacific island's earliest inhabitants relied primarily on foraging, not horticu
  248. Ludwig researchers show that infecting just 1 tumor with a virus could boost the syst
  249. Livestock can produce food that is better for the people and the planet
  250. Genetic cause found for premature ovarian failure