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Future - Can we cheat ageing? - BBC News

6 hours 57 min ago
Future - Can we cheat ageing?  BBC News

All around the world, scientists are trying to beat the most debilitating condition known to humans: ageing. Here is how worms and 3D printers can help.

Debate ethics of embryo models from stem cells - Nature.com

Wed, 2018-12-12 12:00
Debate ethics of embryo models from stem cells  Nature.com

International discussion must guide research, urge Nicolas Rivron, Martin Pera and colleagues.

Have CIOs' Top Priorities for 2018 Become a Reality? - Healthcare Informatics

Wed, 2018-12-12 10:47
Have CIOs' Top Priorities for 2018 Become a Reality?  Healthcare Informatics

In comparing healthcare CIOs' priorities at the end of 2017 to this current moment, new analysis has found that core clinical IT goals have shifted from focusing ...

The doctors suggested what the vegetable can protect against diabetes - www.MICEtimes.asia

Wed, 2018-12-12 08:33
The doctors suggested what the vegetable can protect against diabetes  www.MICEtimes.asia

Nutritionists believe that mushrooms promote longevity. Authoritative experts in the field of dietetics, the authors of books on nutrition, Cello Juliet and Sarah ...

Not sleeping? Here's why - The Seattle Times

Wed, 2018-12-12 07:55
Not sleeping? Here's why  The Seattle Times

Here are some common culprits for a lack of zzzzzs.

The Health Benefits of an Alkaline Plant-Based Diet (with Recipes!) - One Green Planet

Wed, 2018-12-12 06:15
The Health Benefits of an Alkaline Plant-Based Diet (with Recipes!)  One Green Planet

The alkaline diet gained attention over the course of 2018 and looks to continue to grow in popularity. So, what is an alkaline plant-based diet? What are its ...

People (and a Logo) That Died, 2018 - Cleveland Scene

Wed, 2018-12-12 00:26
People (and a Logo) That Died, 2018  Cleveland Scene

With the nationally broadcast send-off for President George H.W. Bush only just in the rearview mirror, and with the calendar's impending turnover to 2019 just a ...

Viral Hemorrhagic Fever Market Highly Favorable to the Growth Rate by 2016 to 2024 - CMFE News

Wed, 2018-12-12 00:01
Viral Hemorrhagic Fever Market Highly Favorable to the Growth Rate by 2016 to 2024  CMFE News

Viral hemorrhagic fever is referred to as severe multisystem (multiple organs) syndrome in our body that is affected by certain viruses. Viral hemorrhagic fever ...

Winter’s Cough - Arizona Daily Star

Tue, 2018-12-11 13:25
Winter’s Cough  Arizona Daily Star

A “cough” can be voluntary or involuntary. It's primary health function is to clear the air passages of debris, whether introduced from the outside or from within.

Best natural solution to high blood pressure, without drugs (Sponsored) - Daily Post Nigeria

Tue, 2018-12-11 13:24
Best natural solution to high blood pressure, without drugs (Sponsored)  Daily Post Nigeria

If you have been diagnosed with high blood pressure, It is very likely you may already be getting worried about it, and you might have even started taking.

Best natural solution to high blood pressure, without drugs (Sponsored) - Daily Post Nigeria

Tue, 2018-12-11 13:24
Best natural solution to high blood pressure, without drugs (Sponsored)  Daily Post Nigeria

If you have been diagnosed with high blood pressure, It is very likely you may already be getting worried about it, and you might have even started taking.

Death Is Not an Acceptable Outcome for Mental Illness - Medscape

Tue, 2018-12-11 11:41
Death Is Not an Acceptable Outcome for Mental Illness  Medscape

Suicide and mental illness: Dr Jeffrey Lieberman discusses recent events and the need for improved access to treatment.

The Doctor Who's Beating Diabetes One Patient at a Time - Reader's Digest

Tue, 2018-12-11 10:00
The Doctor Who's Beating Diabetes One Patient at a Time  Reader's Digest

A diagnosis of type 2 diabetes is a life sentence of finger pricks, insulin shots, and ever-worsening health, right? Not so fast, says this maverick doctor: You can ...

Years before CRISPR babies, this man was the first to edit human embryos - MIT Technology Review

Tue, 2018-12-11 06:00
Years before CRISPR babies, this man was the first to edit human embryos  MIT Technology Review

In 2015, an unknown Chinese scientist edited the DNA of human embryos. It was a step on an inexorable path to designer babies.

What's The Most Dangerous Food Of All Time? - Gizmodo Australia

Mon, 2018-12-10 23:30
What's The Most Dangerous Food Of All Time?  Gizmodo Australia

Surveying the whole scope of human history vis-à-vis food, a couple of themes emerge. One is that humans like their food to taste good. Another is that they like ...

'I was given six months to live five years ago' - Independent.ie

Mon, 2018-12-10 20:30
'I was given six months to live five years ago'  Independent.ie

Veronica Kenneally knew the symptoms of melanoma. The mother of three made an appointment to see her doctor and was quickly diagnosed with cancer in ...

CDC Data Show US Life Expectancy Continues to Decline - AAFP News

Mon, 2018-12-10 17:34
CDC Data Show US Life Expectancy Continues to Decline  AAFP News

A series of data briefs from the CDC shows that life expectancy in the United States dropped for the second time in three years, with deaths from drug overdose ...

Can these researchers catch cancer much earlier than ever before? - The Boston Globe

Mon, 2018-12-10 13:27
Can these researchers catch cancer much earlier than ever before?  The Boston Globe

TO DEMONSTRATE HOW a computer can identify cancer — or the earliest suggestion of abnormal cell growth — Regina Barzilay points to a screen showing ...

Can sugar actually cause diabetes? - tophealthjournal.com

Mon, 2018-12-10 12:33
Can sugar actually cause diabetes?  tophealthjournal.com

You all have heard about diabetes. It has in recent times seen a sharp rise in its infliction. If nothing is done about it, diabetes will continue to affect a large ...

The Chronicles of Dr Dave: 11 December - New Zealand Doctor Online

Mon, 2018-12-10 11:34
The Chronicles of Dr Dave: 11 December  New Zealand Doctor Online

Welcome to the world of Dave, a GP somewhere in New Zealand who documents his working life in diary form twice a week. His diary is updated on Tuesdays ...