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What Should Young Children Drink? Mostly Milk and Water, Scientists Say  The New York Times

A panel of scientists issued new nutritional guidelines for children on Wednesday, describing in detail what they should be allowed to drink in the first years of ...

Publié le 18/09/2019 à 22:31


  1. A common numbing medication turned a woman's blood blue  NBC News
  2. A common numbing medication turned a woman's blood blue  KVOA Tucson News
  3. Woman's Blood Turns Black After Taking Medicine to Treat Her Toothache  Newsweek
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Publié le 18/09/2019 à 21:01


  1. Public health officials say to get the flu shot now  kwwl.com
  2. Minnesota Health Experts Urge Flu Shots As Soon As Possible  WCCO | CBS Minnesota
  3. The CDC wants everyone to get a flu shot early this year  WCNC
  4. Where to get a flu shot this flu season  CNET
  5. A Health Fair on Campus Gave Flu Shots  NewsWatch Ole Miss
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Publié le 18/09/2019 à 22:57


The World Is ‘Grossly’ Unprepared for the Next Major Pandemic, Watchdog Finds  Gizmodo

A report compiled by an independent group of experts claims that governments and NGOs are woefully unprepared for the next big pandemic, while ...

View full coverage on Google NewsPublié le 18/09/2019 à 20:35


  1. MSDH: Mississippi reports first case of lung illness related to vaping  WTVA
  2. Vaping Illness: Questions And Answers About A Mysterious Outbreak : Shots - Health News  NPR
  3. Austin officials investigate first possible case of vaping-related illness  KXAN.com
  4. Trump acts, while California fails, on flavored vape ban  Sacramento Bee
  5. Flavored vape ban: Will regulations stop vapers?  Vox.com
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Publié le 18/09/2019 à 18:13


Study: Many U.S. Women Say 1st Sexual Experience Was Forced Or Coerced In Teens  HuffPost

It happened at age 15 on average and the man was often several years older, researchers said.

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Will combo pill catch on in U.S. to prevent heart attacks?  NBCNews.com

A cheap, daily "polypill" that combines four drugs has been tested for the first time in the U.S. to see if it works as well among low-income Americans.

View full coverage on Google NewsPublié le 18/09/2019 à 21:47


  1. Cancer cells have 'unsettling' ability to hijack the brain's nerves  Nature.com
  2. Gliomas Network With Normal Brain Cells To Grow Faster : Shots - Health News  NPR
  3. Brain tumors form synapses with healthy neurons, study finds  Medical Xpress
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Publié le 18/09/2019 à 17:52


  1. E-cigarettes are not helping smokers quit, study finds  KRNV My News 4
  2. What Does Vaping Do To Lungs When It Doesn't Kill?  Forbes
  3. The US and UK see vaping very differently. Here's why  CNN
  4. Dozens In Massachusetts Suffering From Suspected ‘Vaping-Related’ Lung Illness  CBS Boston
  5. Reaction mixed to vaping emergency plan  WWNY
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Publié le 17/09/2019 à 03:18


  1. 14th case of West Nile virus confirmed in El Paso  KFOX El Paso
  2. West Nile virus cases reported in Deschutes, E. Oregon  KTVZ
  3. West Nile Virus found in Tippecanoe County  wlfi.com
  4. Louisville woman tests possitive for West Nile Virus  WAVE 3
  5. State's first suspected human West Nile virus case reported, almost 2 months later than last year's  LancasterOnline
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Publié le 18/09/2019 à 19:36


  1. Babies Born by C-Section Have Different Gut Microbes Than Vaginally Delivered Infants  Smithsonian
  2. Gut feeling: how C-sections change a baby's gut ecosystem  Yahoo News
  3. Babies born by C-section have less of their mom's gut bacteria. Here's why that might be important  CNN
  4. Children born by C-section may have weakened immune systems  Telegraph.co.uk
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Publié le 18/09/2019 à 17:37


  1. Student at University of Nebraska diagnosed with mumps  1011now
  2. UNL student tests positive for mumps; second case suspected  Omaha World-Herald
  3. UNL student tests positive for mumps, second student 'probable' for the disease  KLKN
  4. UNL student diagnosed with mumps, another showing symptoms  WOWT
  5. UNL student diagnosed with mumps; second case suspected  Lincoln Journal Star
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Publié le 18/09/2019 à 20:57


  1. First West Nile death reported this year after 72-year-old woman dies  KOAT New Mexico
  2. West Nile virus found in Sterling  SaukValley.com
  3. Philadelphia resident may have Pa.'s first 2019 human case of West Nile Virus  TribLIVE High School Sports Network
  4. Woman dies from West Nile virus in Bernalillo County  KOAT
  5. Teen from St. George nearly died from West Nile virus, family says  KUTV 2News
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Publié le 18/09/2019 à 16:13


Research Finds New Path to Curing the Common Cold  Newser

It's not a cure just yet, but researchers have found a way to stop the spread of viruses that cause half of all common colds. Teams at Stanford and the University ...

View full coverage on Google NewsPublié le 18/09/2019 à 20:48


  1. Regular aerobic exercise may slow progression to Alzheimer's for those most at risk  KCCI Des Moines
  2. Exercise Might Help Protect the Aging Brain From Alzheimer's, Study Suggests  Gizmodo
  3. Dementia: Doing this activity four or five times a week may slow down symptoms  Express
  4. Researchers hunt for new dementia detection methods  Financial Times
  5. Aerobic exercise can slow Alzheimer's brain degeneration  New Atlas
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Publié le 18/09/2019 à 12:31


SC Waffle House may have exposed customers to hepatitis A, health officials say  Macon Telegraph

A South Carolina restaurant could have exposed customers to hepatitis A, state health officials say. The virus may have spread to anyone eating at a Waffle ...

View full coverage on Google NewsPublié le 18/09/2019 à 13:52


  1. Measles is killing more people in DR Congo than Ebola  Quartz
  2. Violence, 15 new Ebola cases reported in DRC outbreak  CIDRAP
  3. Over 3,000 killed by deadly virus in Democratic Republic of the Congo this year – and it's not Ebola  The Conversation - UK
  4. Tanzania tells WHO it has no Ebola cases - statement  Reuters
  5. Ebola corruption: DR Congo’s ex-health chief charged with embezzlement, under house arrest  Express.co.uk
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Publié le 18/09/2019 à 17:49


  1. Indy man shares story of living with HIV ahead of National HIV/AIDS and Aging Awareness Day  FOX 59 Indianapolis
  2. NJ's HIV-positive population is aging — most are over 45  New Jersey 101.5 FM Radio
  3. FDA's Comprehensive Response to HIV — Part I  FDA.gov
  4. Are you at risk for HIV?  Free Malaysia Today
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Publié le 17/09/2019 à 23:15


  1. Free naloxone to be given away at more than 95 locations in Pa.  WGAL Susquehanna Valley Pa.
  2. Pennsylvania giving away free naloxone kits Wednesday  WPVI-TV
  3. Free naloxone being distributed across Pennsylvania to help reverse overdoses  WTAE Pittsburgh
  4. Free Naloxone Handed out Around the State  WNEP Scranton/Wilkes-Barre
  5. Pennsylvania Giving Away Free Doses Of Naloxone To Battle Number Of Opioid Overdoses  CBS Pittsburgh
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Publié le 18/09/2019 à 11:26


Russian lab holding smallpox virus EXPLODES  TweakTown

There's been an explosion at a Russian lab that holds the SMALLPOX VIRUS.

View full coverage on Google NewsPublié le 18/09/2019 à 03:31


  1. Increasing amount of heart infections linked to opioid crisis  Health Europa
  2. Heart valve infections linked to drug abuse: Cleveland Clinic study suggests  cleveland.com
  3. America's Opioid Crisis Has Helped Create a 'Nationwide Epidemic' of Heart Infections Linked to Drug Abuse  Newsweek
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Publié le 18/09/2019 à 10:33


Legionnaires' case investigated at Guilderland senior site  Times Union

GUILDERLAND - State health officials confirmed Wednesday that an investigation is underway into a Legionnaires' disease case concerning a resident of a ...

Publié le 18/09/2019 à 21:32


Climate Change is Already Killing Americans and Costing Billions in Medical Bills, Report Finds  Gizmodo

Climate change will make our lives worse in the years to come, but a new report out this week highlights the stark costs people are already paying in the U.S. In ...

Publié le 18/09/2019 à 18:49


  1. Watch a robot made of robots move around  Science Magazine
  2. Shape-shifting robot built from 'smarticles' shows new locomotion strategy  Tech Xplore
  3. Smarticles: Robots built from smaller robots work together  Georgia Tech
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Publié le 18/09/2019 à 18:50


Study: Obesity associated with abnormal bowel habits—not diet  Medical Xpress

Obesity affects approximately 40 percent of Americans, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). While obesity is known to be ...

Publié le 18/09/2019 à 20:37


  1. Officials warn of hepatitis A exposure at Arni's Market Square  wlfi.com
  2. Worker at Lafayette restaurant had Hepatitis A  RTV6 The Indy Channel
  3. Hepatitis A case reported for Arni’s Market Square worker, health department warns  Journal & Courier
  4. Health department says employee who handled food diagnosed with Hep A  WTHR
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Publié le 18/09/2019 à 17:59


Could sunscreen cause Vitamin D deficiency? Short answer: Yes  CNN

Exposing skin to sunlight is a convenient way to meet our vitamin D needs, which is crucial for bone health. That might make you wonder: Does wearing ...

Publié le 18/09/2019 à 09:53


  1. Three people contract rare EEE disease in RI  The Brown Daily Herald
  2. Rhode Island girl, 6, nearly dies after contracting rare mosquito-borne EEE virus: 'We could have lost her'  Fox News
  3. Coventry girl, 6, recovering from EEE  WPRI.com
  4. Parents describe 6-year-old Coventry, RI, girls battle with EEE  Worcester Telegram
  5. Two new cases of EEE reported, including young child in Rhode Island  Boston Herald
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Publié le 18/09/2019 à 04:04


  1. 'The bottom line is vaping is not safe': Spokane health district looking for cause of vaping illnesses  KREM.com
  2. Two vaping-related severe lung disease cases confirmed in Spokane County  The Spokesman-Review
  3. Health officials: Two new cases of vaping-related illness confirmed in Washington  MyNorthwest.com
  4. Washington health officials declare statewide outbreak in vaping-related illness  The Seattle Times
  5. Vermont Health Department confirms first vaping illness  WPTZ
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Publié le 16/09/2019 à 19:38


  1. Study Questions Hormone Rx for Prostate Cancer  WebMD
  2. New prostate cancer blood test could reduce biopsies  Medical News Today
  3. Prostate cancer could be cured in one week thanks to incredible new treatment  Mirror Online
  4. Prostate cancer symptoms: Notice this change in your body? It may signify the cancer  Express
  5. Radiation May Boost Immunotherapy in Metastatic Lung Cancer  Medscape
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Publié le 17/09/2019 à 20:53


  1. Hepatitis A hitting state, Volusia hard  Daytona Beach News-Journal
  2. New Florida surgeon general calls for vaccinations to stem hepatitis outbreak  ABC Action News
  3. Florida lawmakers grapple with Hepatitis A epidemic  WJHG-TV
  4. Flagler Health Officials Target Hot Spots to Protect Against 363% Statewide Increase in Hepatitis A  FlaglerLive.com
  5. FL surgeon general calls for vaccinations to stem hep A  WPTV.com
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Publié le 17/09/2019 à 21:26


  1. Two rabid animals found in Herndon area of Fairfax County  Inside NoVA
  2. 2 rabid animals found within a mile of each other in Herndon  WTOP
  3. Rabies alert issued for Herndon area after groundhog, raccoon test positive  WJLA
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Publié le 18/09/2019 à 20:36


'The Undying' Catalogs The Unceasing Losses Of A Breast Cancer Diagnosis  NPR

Before poet Anne Boyer got breast cancer at age 41, she believed, like most people unacquainted with the disease, that it "was no longer deadly and that its ...

Publié le 17/09/2019 à 13:24


When is a child an adult?  Medical Xpress

When does childhood end? That's the question international researchers are asking as they chart age cut-offs for paediatric services around the world.

Publié le 18/09/2019 à 22:30


  1. Arizona announces 3 cases of vaping-related respiratory illness  KTAR.com
  2. 3 people hospitalized with vaping-related illnesses in Mobile County  AL.com
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Publié le 17/09/2019 à 17:50


Cat in Owyhee County tests positive for rabies, first in Idaho since 1992  KTVB.com

BOISE, Idaho — Idaho health officials are warning the public after a cat in Owyhee County tested positive for rabies. The cat was tested at the Idaho Bureau of ...

View full coverage on Google NewsPublié le 18/09/2019 à 20:28


  1. Rabid Bat Discovered In Orange County  Patch.com
  2. Bat testing positive for rabies found in Anaheim, one person treated  OCRegister
  3. Rabid bat found in Anaheim  fox5sandiego.com
  4. Bat With Rabies Found at Anaheim Commercial Building, Prompts Alert From O.C. Health Officials  KTLA Los Angeles
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Publié le 18/09/2019 à 19:26


Do you have backyard chickens? Expert urges precautions amid salmonella outbreaks  KEZI TV

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and health officials have been investigating several outbreaks of salmonella linked to contact with backyard ...

View full coverage on Google NewsPublié le 17/09/2019 à 19:34


  1. Obesity Poses Much Bigger Risk for Diabetes Than Bad Genes  Medscape
  2. Early signs of adulthood type 2 diabetes can be seen in children as young as EIGHT  Daily Mail
  3. Early signs of type 2 diabetes can be seen in kids: Study  The Tribune
  4. A drink a day might be good for diabetics' health, study suggests  UPI News
  5. Cleaners are three times more likely to develop diabetes than teachers, study warns  Mirror Online
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Publié le 17/09/2019 à 13:39


  1. Two-drug combo more effective at lowering blood sugar in diabetes patients  UPI News
  2. Glycaemic durability of an early combination therapy with vildagliptin and metformin versus sequential metformin monotherapy in newly diagnosed type 2 diabetes (VERIFY): a 5-year, multicentre, randomised, double-blind trial  The Lancet
  3. New study shows long-term durability of early combination therapy in patients newly diagnosed with type 2 diabetes  Medical Xpress
  4. VERIFY: Metformin + DPP-4 Inhibitor as Dual Therapy for Diabetes?  Medscape
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Publié le 18/09/2019 à 15:08


Study points to new drug target in fight against cancer  Medical Xpress

Researchers have identified a potential new drug target in the fight against cancer.

Publié le 18/09/2019 à 20:27


Collagen in your coffee? A scientist says forget it  The Conversation - US

A protein called collagen keeps us connected by keeping our tissues together. In recent years, it's gained popularity for restoring aging skin, with some people ...

Publié le 18/09/2019 à 13:00


  1. Microbe chews through PFAS and other tough contaminants  Phys.org
  2. A New Jersey Soil Bacteria Is First to Break Down Toxic 'Forever Chemical'  Gizmodo
  3. New Jersey dirt is only thing tough enough to eat “forever chemicals” PFAS  Inverse
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Publié le 18/09/2019 à 12:00


Sudbury girl with EEE has feeding tube removed, is whispering words  MetroWest Daily News

Less than a month after being diagnosed with Eastern equine encephalitis, Sophia Garabedian, 5, has had her feeding tube removed and is whispering a few ...

Publié le 18/09/2019 à 21:14


Vegetarians have higher risk for stroke, lower heart disease risk  Yahoo News

Researchers followed 48188 middle-aged adults without any history of heart attacks or strokes for about 18 years. Vegetarians - including vegans, who avoid ...

Publié le 18/09/2019 à 18:54


  1. Light-entrained and brain-tuned circadian circuits regulate ILC3s and gut homeostasis  Nature.com
  2. How sleepless nights compromise the health of your gut  Medical Xpress
  3. Lack of sleep triggers gut health change behind severe inflammation  SlashGear
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Publié le 18/09/2019 à 17:04


Young anti-aging field takes big step with Mayo Clinic senolytics showcase  Endpoints News

To be sure, the main goal of the Phase I trial wasn't to show the effects of decreasing senescent cells in the body; rather, the scientists were keen to prove that a ...

Publié le 18/09/2019 à 14:51


Meghan McCain roasts Fox's Laura Ingraham for fat-shaming her: "I'm on The View — and you're not"  Salon

McCain's former Fox News colleague once shamed her as "too plus-sized to have a career"

View full coverage on Google NewsPublié le 17/09/2019 à 15:57


  1. 'She touched so many hearts:' Residents mourn after area girl's death  KWTX
  2. Texas Girl Dies From Brain-Eating Amoeba  WebMD
  3. Local News Several fake donation accounts set up in Lily Mae's name Paige Kimball 12:05  KXXV News Channel 25
  4. Brain-eating amoeba claimed life of area woman's young son in 2005  KWTX
  5. Little girl dies after contracting brain-eating amoeba while swimming in river, family says  CrimeOnline
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Publié le 18/09/2019 à 04:56


  1. A Russian lab containing smallpox and Ebola exploded  Vox.com
  2. Blast Rocks Russian Facility Storing Smallpox and Ebola Viruses  Smithsonian.com
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Publié le 18/09/2019 à 17:20


How climate crisis is accelerating the global spread of deadly dengue fever  CNN

Explosive outbreaks of dengue fever have rapidly spread in countries across Asia, killing more than 1000 people, infecting hundreds of thousands and straining ...

Publié le 19/09/2019 à 01:30


  1. Mesh implants have similar outcomes to hysterectomy for vaginal prolapse repair  National Institutes of Health
  2. Hysterectomy and mesh support may have similar outcomes in repairing vaginal prolapse  Medical Xpress
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Publié le 17/09/2019 à 13:48


Knocking out 1 protein may cure the common cold  Futurity: Research News

"Our grandmas have always been asking us, 'If you're so smart, why haven't you come up with a cure for the common cold?' Now we have a new way to do that."

View full coverage on Google NewsPublié le 17/09/2019 à 16:40


Raccoon found in Monroeville tests positive for rabies  WTAE Pittsburgh

A raccoon found in a Monroeville neighborhood and dropped off at the Allegheny County Health Department has tested positive for rabies.

View full coverage on Google NewsPublié le 17/09/2019 à 18:09


  1. FDA to review ranitidine after detecting cancer-causing contamination  pharmaceutical-technology.com
  2. Pharmacy head: FDA 'downplayed the problem' of Zantac-carcinogen link  STAT
  3. FDA warns of cancer-causing impurity in popular heartburn drug Zantac  BGR
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Publié le 16/09/2019 à 10:09


Ohio Man Learns Painful 'Bug Bite' Is Actually Leukemia: I Thought It Was 'Nothing'  msnNOW

Last August, Mike Balla went to an Ohio emergency room for what he thought was a stubborn bug bite. By the end of the day, the Rocky River man was at ...

View full coverage on Google NewsPublié le 18/09/2019 à 15:25


  1. Pa. hospitals seeing shift in opioid ODs  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
  2. Hospital admissions for opioid overdoses decline in Pennsylvania  TribLIVE High School Sports Network
  3. Heroin hospitalizations down in Pa. but amphetamine cases rise  PennLive
  4. Monash University report reveals rising hospital admissions, million-dollar cost of pharmaceutical opioid overdoses  Herald Sun
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Publié le 18/09/2019 à 13:22


  1. Why overeating is an ecological nightmare  Big Think
  2. Overeating as a form of food waste is innovative but problematic  INSIDER
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Publié le 18/09/2019 à 16:44


Almost Everywhere, Fewer Children Are Dying  The New York Times

But their chance of survival still depends on where they are born.

Publié le 17/09/2019 à 11:29


Vegan diet leads to weight loss, fat loss by improving gut bacteria  INSIDER

In a new study, people who followed vegan diets lost body fat and reduced risk factors for diabetes. Their gut bacteria may be responsible.

Publié le 18/09/2019 à 19:01


  1. Increased risk of prostate cancer in men with BRCA2 gene fault  Medical Xpress
  2. Prostate cancer symptoms: The sign in the eyes that could signal advanced prostate cancer  Express
  3. MRI guided prostate biopsy best way of active surveillance for prostate cancer: Study | Speciality Medical ...  Specialty Medical Dialogues
  4. Prostate screening should be rolled out for men with a dangerous gene mutation  Daily Mail
  5. Men with 'Angelina Jolie gene' at double the risk of prostate cancer  Telegraph.co.uk
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Publié le 17/09/2019 à 06:48


  1. 'Cannibalistic' Cancer Cells Gobble Up Their Own Kind in Microscopic 'Horror Films'  Livescience.com
  2. Cancer cells survive chemotherapy by eating their neighboring tumor cells  News-Medical.net
  3. Cancer cells turn to cannibalism  Cosmos
  4. Cancer Cells Survive Chemotherapy By Turning Into Cannibals  IFLScience
  5. Cancer cells become 'cannibals' and eat other tumor cells to beat chemotherapy, study finds  Daily Mail
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Publié le 17/09/2019 à 13:00


Stabilizing neuronal branching for healthy brain circuitry  Medical Xpress

Neurons form circuits in our brain by creating tree-like branches to connect with each other. Newly forming branches rely on the stability of microtubules, ...

Publié le 18/09/2019 à 06:44


Microbiome may be involved in mechanisms related to muscle strength in older adults  Science Daily

New study suggests the gut microbiome has a role in mechanisms related to muscle strength in older adults. Researchers found differences in bacterial profiles ...

Publié le 17/09/2019 à 23:56


Stem cell injections boost 25 stroke patients' recovery 'by helping nerve cells regrow  Daily Mail

Scientists at the University of Texas said they saw an improvement of one point on a six-point scale after six months of testing the therapy on stroke patients ...

View full coverage on Google NewsPublié le 17/09/2019 à 13:00


Brain imaging shows how nonverbal children with autism have slower response to sounds  Medical Xpress

Even though nonverbal or minimally verbal people who have autism spectrum disorder (ASD) make up between 25 and 30 percent of the total autistic ...

Publié le 18/09/2019 à 06:45


  1. Mother's selfie saves her after she collapses, suffers stroke  AOL
  2. 'Extremely lucky': How this selfie saved a young mum's life  Yahoo News Australia
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Publié le 17/09/2019 à 17:30


  1. Look up 2018 vaccine waiver rates at your Michigan school or day care  MLive.com
  2. Local schools face measles threat, even with high vaccination rates  The Daily Tar Heel
  3. New York City mayor declares end of measles public health emergency  World Socialist Web Site
  4. Extra doses of measles vaccines to go to GPs from Thursday  RNZ
  5. It's wrong to assume that the choice not to vaccinate is always down to ignorance  The Conversation - UK
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Publié le 17/09/2019 à 13:00


Programmable swarmbots help make flexible biological tools  Phys.org

Biomedical engineers at Duke University have developed a new platform to create biologic drugs using specially engineered bacteria that burst and release ...

Publié le 17/09/2019 à 16:24


  1. This Device Can Recommend the Best Cancer Treatment — Using Just a Patient's Breath - D-brief  Discover Magazine
  2. eNose could spare lung cancer patients negative side effects of immunotherapy  Daily Mail
  3. eNose can predict lung cancer immunotherapy response  New Atlas
  4. Electronic nose can sniff out which lung cancer patients will respond to immunotherapy  Medical Xpress
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Publié le 17/09/2019 à 23:05


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