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Scientists at the Center for Strategic and International Studies have worked in the laboratory with two markers of cancer: Prostate and Colon.
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Not following your doctor's prescription instructions may make healing harder.
New medical scrubs use copper ions to help prevent infection.
A child's genetics, activity level and body image may determine their risk for obesity during adolescence.
Skin cancer expenses now top $8-billion dollars a year for the almost five million adults being treated for the disease.
Programs were targeted at children 5-12 years old.
Researchers at Stanford University followed more than 16,000 births of female US military veterans.
New research finds thousands of children have been exposed to toxic chemicals from laundry detergent pods since they were introduced, sometimes with deadly consequences.
The most common complaints were lumps or nodules, persistent redness or bruising, or skin discoloration.
Wrist fractures can be an early sign of osteoporosis. Often occurring ten to fifteen years before a hip or spine fracture.
New research estimates a significant increase in grass pollen in the next 100 years.
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In a survey of nearly 2,000 dentists in the us, 90-percent said they routinely ask patients about their tobacco use.
You may be exercising, but are you exercising effectively? Many people are not getting the most from their workout.
About 8 million women under age 65 have not been screened for cervical cancer in the past 5 years, according to a new report from the CDC.
Researchers say these findings suggest a shift in delivery practices but continued efforts are needed to reduce c-section births.
Doctors analyzed data from more than 100,000 plastic surgery patients over five years.
New research suggests the compound in red wine thought to prevent heart disease may actually negate the benefits of exercise.
Most kids will get an ear infection, so when should you consider ear tubes? We'll take a look.
Nintendo is making the "quality of life" device, as its president says he wants to redefine what "entertainment" means to the company.
Research shows fewer than half of high school athletes report concussions and almost one-quarter of college players continue to take the field with concussion symptoms.
Sleep cycle disruptions and lower Vitamin D exposure may play a role in brain function.
The dry, itchy patches of skin affect about 10- to 20-percent of children and there's not yet a good cure.
The platform is being developed and tested in the UK and Switzerland, and would allow Chronic Liver Disease sufferers to know when their livers are malfunctioning and when they need special hospital care.
Researchers at the Denver VA Medical Center examined angiograms of more than 37,000 veterans and followed them for a year.
Researchers look into the link between Alzheimer's disease and sleep.
To some, babies are a mystery. You can't really ask them why they're doing what they're doing. But there are some ways to try and decode what's going on.
Researchers looked at birth data from over 3,000 joint replacement patients who were 40 or older.
The surgery group was 80-percent less likely to develop type two diabetes; regardless of blood pressure, cholesterol, or smoking status.
Researchers analyzed audio recordings of parent-infant interactions at three different points in the first year.
Swedish researchers tracked dietary data of adult men and women, including their milk and dairy consumption.
Data from five ICU's showed patients' monitoring systems sounded more than 2.5-million alarms in just one month.
A Mediterranean diet, which is rich in vegetables, nuts and fish and low in red meat and dairy has been shown to fend off Alzheimer's, Heart Disease and Cancer.
According to the American Academy of Asthma, Allergy and Immunology of the 8 percent of American children who have a food allergy, 40-percent have a history of severe reactions.
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Vitamins and minerals were more popular than herbals or sports nutrition and weight management supplements.
Doctor hails new drug cocktail therapy as "incredible" after early successes.
Sleep experts at Vanderbilt University have some advice to help ease the transition.
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Good dental health depends not only with how you treat your teeth, but also what you put in your mouth. Despite new ways to correct your smile, dentists say a little prevention goes a long way.
The vaccine, manufactured by Pfizer, protects against Serogroup-B. A form of bacterial meningitis that's fatal in 10 to 15-percent of patients.
There have been over 2,000 cases of male breast cancer in the U.S. so far this year. It is estimated that about 430 of those men will die of cancer. So what should men do to keep themselves healthy?
Until now, all stomach studies have been performed on mice, which are less optimal for studying human stomach development and disease.
Breast and colorectal cancers are very rare among children but new research finds they're often more life threatening in pediatric patients.
New study find tanning beds are common on and around college campuses.
Because 90-percent of first-time strokes are caused by risk factors that can be changed, The American Heart Association and American Stroke Association have updated their prevention guidelines.
Researchers say larger studies are needed to understand the link between brain structure and chronic fatigue syndrome.
Dogs and kids for generations they have grown up together but it's not always a happy relationship.