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  • Virginia doctor believes he found cure for sepsis - KING5.com March 24, 2017
    KING5.comVirginia doctor believes he found cure for sepsisKING5.comNORFOLK, Va. (WVEC) -- A critical-care physician at Eastern Virginia Medical School (EVMS) believes he found a simple, inexpensive cure for sepsis. Sepsis is a condition that leads to multiple organ failure. It is estimated that nearly 8 million people ...Possible Cure For Sepsis Discovered5newsonline.comDoctor Turns Up Possible […]
  • OK Foods recalling chicken over possible metal contamination - WTSP.com March 24, 2017
    WTSP.comOK Foods recalling chicken over possible metal contaminationWTSP.comOK Foods Inc. has issued a recall of more than 900,000 pounds of its breaded chicken products over concerns they may have been contaminated with metal and other materials. The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety Inspection Service (FSIS) said ...RECALL ALERT: Over 933k pounds of breaded chicken recalled […]
  • Hepatitis A cases spike in metro Detroit - Detroit Free Press March 24, 2017
    Detroit Free PressHepatitis A cases spike in metro DetroitDetroit Free PressState health officials are warning Metro Detroiters to take precautions like washing their hands and getting vaccinated after a spike in hepatitis A cases has been found in Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties. Since August, two people have died and ...Detroit: Hepatitis A cases up eight-fold […]
  • Nail salon charges overweight customers more for pedicures - WLS-TV March 24, 2017
    WLS-TVNail salon charges overweight customers more for pedicuresWLS-TVA sign hanging outside a nail salon in Memphis is causing big outrage on social media. (WPVI). WPVI. Friday, March 24, 2017 11:12AM. MEMPHIS, Tenn. --. A sign hanging outside a nail salon in Memphis is causing big outrage on social media. Customer ...Alleged nail salon sign aimed at […]
  • CancerLocator Tool Aims to Non-Invasively Diagnose Cancer, Pinpoint Tissue of Origin - GenomeWeb March 24, 2017
    Daily MailCancerLocator Tool Aims to Non-Invasively Diagnose Cancer, Pinpoint Tissue of OriginGenomeWebNEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Researchers have developed an approach to glean whether blood samples contain tumor DNA and in which tissue that tumor, if present, is located. The approach, called CancerLocator, detects circulating cell-free DNA and uses ...Computer program developed to diagnose and locate cancer […]
  • The disease killing white Americans goes way deeper than opioids - Washington Post March 24, 2017
    Washington PostThe disease killing white Americans goes way deeper than opioidsWashington PostIn rich countries, death rates are supposed to decline. But in the past decade and a half, middle-aged white Americans have actually been dying faster. Princeton economists Anne Case and Angus Deaton first pointed out this disturbing trend in a 2015 ...'Deaths of despair' […]
  • Why has Jackson, Miss., been labeled 'the fattest city' in the US? - Christian Science Monitor March 23, 2017
    Christian Science MonitorWhy has Jackson, Miss., been labeled 'the fattest city' in the US?Christian Science MonitorThe top 20 cities on the list are all in the southern United States, with Seattle-Tacoma-Bellevue coming in at the bottom. Monitor's Best: Top 5. What we know about Trump team Russia links – and why that matters · Tim […]
  • Scientists Can Reverse DNA Aging in Mice - TIME March 23, 2017
    TIMEScientists Can Reverse DNA Aging in MiceTIMEResearchers have found a way to protect a mouse's DNA from the damage that comes with aging, and they're ready to test it in people. Dr. David Sinclair, from Harvard Medical School, and his colleagues reveal their new findings in the latest issue of ...This scientific breakthrough could reverse […]
  • 'Bad luck' mutations increase cancer risk more than behavior, study says - CNN March 23, 2017
    CNN'Bad luck' mutations increase cancer risk more than behavior, study saysCNN(CNN) For the first time, researchers have estimated what percentage of cancer mutations are due to environmental and lifestyle factors, hereditary factors and random chance. Overall, 66% of the genetic mutations that develop into cancer are caused by ...'Bad luck' with random DNA errors is responsible […]
  • Fresno mom kicks cancer during pregnancy, delivers twins, dies a day later - KABC-TV March 23, 2017
    KABC-TVFresno mom kicks cancer during pregnancy, delivers twins, dies a day laterKABC-TVA smile is the one thing Jamie Snider took with her wherever she went. (KFSN). KFSN. By Corin Hoggard. Thursday, March 23, 2017 07:47AM. FRESNO, Calif. --. A smile is the one thing Jamie Snider took with her wherever she went. The 30-year-old Bullard ...Brother […]