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... Asia, are often thought of as a domesticated animal, one ... living in the wilderness of North America, are thought of ... published in the journal Nature Climate Change suggests ... previously thought and change in climate played a role in ...
... Dec. 15, 2013 The lung lesions in an individual ... each other, despite whether the patient has clinically active or ... researchers at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine. The ... point the way to new vaccines to prevent the hard-to-treat ...
... major addictive substance in cigarette smoke, contributes to smokers, ... heart attacks, according to research to be presented Sunday, ... Annual Meeting in New Orleans. These findings suggest ... in steam without the carcinogenic agents of tobacco smoke, ...
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(Date:4/24/2017)... ... ... The John P. McGovern Museum of Health and Medical Science is now partnered ... and share results with their physicians. Members and guests can sign up for its ... founder, Dr. David Eagleman, formerly at Baylor College of Medicine and now at Stanford ...
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... The Food and Drug Administration has reached agreement with the ... of new medications, in return for tens of millions in ... significant portion of the FDA’s drug review work. But for ... money to go to improved safety monitoring of new drugs// ...
... diabetes are no more likely to die or suffer heart ... without the condition. Diabetes, in which a person either loses ... doesn't produce the hormone at all, is a major risk ... ,But Dr. Allan D. Hamdan and colleagues found that, ...
... is no treatment for smallpox, which kills about 30% of ... a vaccine within days of exposure can protect against illness. ... million doses of decades-old smallpox vaccine and the United States ... effective against the deadly disease. // ,The UnitedStates has ...
... States and is prescribed as a long-term painkiller for ... slowly release its active ingredient, oxycodone, to control the ... is chewed or crushed and sniffed, it gives a ... dangerous. ,The controversial Purdue Pharma painkiller OxyContin has ...
... government and researchers are warning that blood transfusions can ... been linked to more than 50 deaths// nationwide since ... 4.5 million patients receive transfusions each year. Testing for ... part of routine screening of the nation's blood supply. ...
... is often an indicator of Alzheimer's disease and is connected to ... over the implications of mild cognitive decline the loss of memory ... planning.Some people think it is a normal part of aging, others ... is also the view that it's a disease in its own ...
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