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Aspirin could cut cancer risk

Aspirin could cut cancer risk AN aspirin a day could dramatically cut people's chances of getting and dying from common cancers, according to the most detailed review yet of the cheap drug's ability to stem disease. More than 130,000 deaths would be avoided over a 20-year period if … Full News here – Read more on […]

Rob Ford Diagnosed with Rare and Aggressive Cancer

Rob Ford Diagnosed with Rare and Aggressive Cancer My brother has been diagnosed with cancer and I can't begin to share how devastating this has been for Rob and our family. He is an incredible person, husband, father, brother and son and he remains upbeat and determined to fight this. Rob has always … Full News […]

More intensive colonoscopy screening yielded little benefit among Medicare

More intensive colonoscopy screening yielded little benefit among Medicare … Medicare beneficiaries who undergo more intensive colonoscopy screening than the guideline-recommended schedule only derive a slight benefit in colorectal cancer-specific survival and life-years gained, according to results of a modeling study. Full News here – Read more on Healio

CelticsHub Podcast: How's your rebuild?

CelticsHub Podcast: How's your rebuild? Brendan and I kicked off a new edition of the CelticsHub podcast with this look at the state of the Celtics rebuild, with digressions into LeBron James' move to Cleveland, Paul Pierce's jump to the Washington Wizards, gratuitous references to Canada … Full News here – Read more on Celtics […]

Al Roker, Lisa Lampanelli on hand to honor Jerry Lewis

Al Roker, Lisa Lampanelli on hand to honor Jerry Lewis “We want to create a Walk of Fame, like the one in Hollywood,” one member told me. Freddie Roman, the club's dean, said, “Jerry, you've raised billions and billions for muscular dystrophy, but not one dollar for erectile dysfunction.” Lewis, 88, the … Full News […]

Man claims wife died from flesh-eating bacteria after undergoing plastic surgery

17 September 2014

Man claims wife died from flesh-eating bacteria after undergoing plastic surgery The husband of an Oklahoma woman who died Friday says his wife died from necrotizing fasciitis— the flesh-eating disease, reported KJRH. Leona Dierker, 49, underwent a cosmetic procedure Wednesday. The next evening, her husband, Bill, said he took … Full News here – Read more […]

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Erectile dysfunction and Diabetes: Natural Remedies

Erectile dysfunction and Diabetes: Natural Remedies – Medical Informer Video

17 September 2014

Learn about the relationship between diabetes and erectile dysfunction. Dr. Meschino explains how diabetes can increase the chances of erectile dysfunction &… Video Rating: 4 / 5

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Obesity epidemic fueling rise in Type 2 diabetes

17 September 2014

Obesity epidemic fueling rise in Type 2 diabetes Researchers looked at data from five national surveys spanning from 1976 through 2010 to determine how much the increase in diabetes over time could be explained by factors such as changing distribution of race, age and obesity in U.S. adults. Full News here – Read more on […]

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Faces of Beauty: 3 Questions Every Patient Should Ask Before Getting Cosmetic

17 September 2014

Faces of Beauty: 3 Questions Every Patient Should Ask Before Getting Cosmetic … Transcript for Faces of Beauty: 3 Questions Every Patient Should Ask Before Getting Cosmetic Surgery. All right and we want to turn now to those not just designer clothes and make up making headlines but also. One of the unique things — […]

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How to see through opaque health care costs

17 September 2014

How to see through opaque health care costs “Why should anybody be told a $ 300 CT scan is really $ 4,000?” says Belk, who offers his advice on how to get the best rates on medical care at his website Truecostofhealthcare.org. “If getting a small amount of care can drive people into bankruptcy, it […]

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Courtney Stodden Formally Introduces Us To Her Twins, Boo And Bee, And

17 September 2014

Courtney Stodden Formally Introduces Us To Her Twins, Boo And Bee, And … Courtney went on to admit to getting a temporary lip filler once, which has worn off by now, but she pointed out that lip fillers are NOT cosmetic SURGERY. “It never ceases to amaze me the assumptions made based on mere pictures,” […]

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Back pain

17 September 2014

Back pain Do I really need a CT scan or an MRI to make a diagnosis? Generally, if you are looking for the best treatment and a plan to follow through with treatment, then a scan may be your best first step. 2. What are my treatment options? Can I start with … Full News […]

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Fighting lung cancer: Faster image processing for low-radiation CT scans

17 September 2014

Fighting lung cancer: Faster image processing for low-radiation CT scans ANN ARBOR—A new $ 1.9 million study at the University of Michigan seeks to make low-dose computed tomography scans a viable screening technique by speeding up the image reconstruction from half an hour or more to just five minutes. The advance … Full News here – […]

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On Average, 171 Health Insurance Advertisers Bid On Same Top Keywords In

17 September 2014

On Average, 171 Health Insurance Advertisers Bid On Same Top Keywords In … Health insurance advertisers spent more than $ 103 million on Google AdWords in the U.S. in the first half of 2014. A new report from paid search insights firm, AdGooroo, looked at desktop text ad activity on 6,003 health insurance-related keywords. Full […]

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Viagra Increased Risk For Melanoma?

17 September 2014

Viagra Increased Risk For Melanoma? The current ED medications belong to a class of drugs known as PDE-5 inhibitors. They enhance blood flow to the spongy tissues in the penis, which creates an erection. Other medications include tadalafil (Cialis), vardenafil (Levitra), and avanafil … Full News here – Read more on Legal Examiner

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Accurate test for aggressive prostate cancer steps closer with genetic study

17 September 2014

Accurate test for aggressive prostate cancer steps closer with genetic study "Being able to say, with such certainty, that a patient is nearly guaranteed to see a recurrence of his prostate cancer means that doctors and patients can elect to be more aggressive in treating the cancer, knowing that the benefits likely outweigh … Full […]

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CHARITY EVENTS

17 September 2014

CHARITY EVENTS The pink carpet event will feature food and an opportunity for survivors to be recognized, celebrate life and feel a sense of community by gathering with others who have been impacted by breast cancer, the press release says. All proceeds from the … Full News here – Read more on SouthFlorida.com (blog)

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Cancer research and other medical funding is hurt by Congress's budget games

16 September 2014

Cancer research and other medical funding is hurt by Congress's budget games WASHINGTON, D.C. – Cancer survivors, their relatives, physicians and supporters will fan across Capitol Hill today to urge Congress to do something it has no intention of doing right now: Providing substantially more money for cancer research … Full News here – Read […]

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FAQ: Children's Health Insurance Program's Future Is Unclear Under The Health

16 September 2014

FAQ: Children's Health Insurance Program's Future Is Unclear Under The Health … The Children's Health Insurance Program, a joint federal-state program known as CHIP, has helped cut in half the number of uninsured children since being enacted less than two decades ago, but its future is in doubt due to limited funding in the … […]

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Cost of Employer Health Coverage Shows Muted Growth

16 September 2014

Cost of Employer Health Coverage Shows Muted Growth But others believe the downshift can also be credited to changes in health coverage and the health-care system, such as higher deductibles. This year's employer survey showed that the average general deductible for single coverage was $ 1,217, compared … Full News here – Read more on Wall […]

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