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Breast cancer hope

Scientists announced that they have discovered 4 new genes that are likely to be involved in the breast cancer development. This is important because they are hoping to find new ways to target this disease and speed up the process of finding an appropriate treatments for the ill. Most breast...

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Broccoli may help beat bladder cancer

It has been known for some time that vegetables like broccoli, broccoli sprouts, cauliflower could fight cancer but the new researches could help explain why. Certain compounds in broccoli are said to interfere with bladder cancer cells especially those aggressive cells that spread the most rapidly...

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Ecstasy May lead to New Parkinson's Drugs

Some researches show that amphetamines damage brain cells when abused while other scientific reports are revealing promising areas for therapeutic use of Ecstasy. The researchers certainly don't recommend ecstasy for people with Parkinson's as the tests were performed on mice. The scientists...

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Keeping Ovaries After Hysterectomy Boosts Survival

For many years it has been a practice for women after age of 45 to remove their ovaries along with uterus removal in order to prevent ovarian cancer. Statistics say that about half of women have their ovaries removed during hysterectomy. In the USA, around 600 000 hysterectomies are being performed...

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Signs found 10 years in advance of Alzheimer's disease

New researches show that the Alzheimer's disease attacks brain years before the disease actually develops and that it is possible to identify the early signs of the strike. This possibility could be relevant for the future studies and researches for creating therapies that could delay this brain...

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Warning labels on soft drinks packed with sugar

It’s possible that soft drinks packed with sugar could get warning labels just like cigarettes and alcohol – alleged Michael Jacobson, director of the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI). He said it absolutely serious: "Americans are drowning in soda pop - teenagers, in...

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Obese men are in worse shape then obese women

When it comes to fitness and metabolism, obese men may be in worse shape than obese women Dutch scientists studied 22 men and 34 women who were severely overweight and said the men had lower physical stamina and were less able to process carbohydrates. Diabetes experts said being obese raises...

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Exposure to wood smoke may cause lung cancer

After latest researches in Mexico more then third of lung cancer cases were associated with wood smoke. Moreover this patients were non-smokers, but they had used traditional wood-burning stoves to funnel the smoke outdoors. Anyway tobacco smoking is still the major cause of lung cancer, but a...

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Probably 6.5 million South African’s may be HIV-positive

13% of all South African population may be HIV-positive, what is a dramatic increase from last year's estimate. The department of health yesterday said that between 6.29 and 6.57 million South Africans are infected with the HIV. South Africa is now the country with second highest number of...

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Can acupuncture Ease Arthritis?

Latest study at Charite University Medical Center in Berlin (Germany) suggests that acupuncture could help cut the pain of arthritis. The researchers followed 300 patients with osteoarthritis of the knee. After 8 weeks the patients treated with traditional Chinese acupuncture reported significantly...

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