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Aspirin and calcium could help avert pre-eclampsia, study says

Aspirin and calcium could help avert pre-eclampsia, study says Fionnuala Mone, clinical fellow at University College Dublin's school of medicine and medical science, who co-authored the review, said: “Use of low-dose aspirin and calcium supplementation in at-risk populations can reduce the risk of developing … Full News here – Read more on Yorkshire Post

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New Study Finds Diabetes Risk Rises With Statin Adherence

New Study Finds Diabetes Risk Rises With Statin Adherence The risk of new-onset type 2 diabetes rises with adherence to statin therapy, providing further confirmation of the previously reported link. However, the benefits of statins still "clearly" outweigh the risks, according to a large new population-based … Full News here – Read more on Medscape

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New study underway to reduce risk of kidney cancer

New study underway to reduce risk of kidney cancer LOST LOVED ONES TO THE DISEASE. OTHERS ARE IN RECOVERY THEMSELVES. AND EVERY YEAR IN THE U.S. THERE ARE ABOUT 63,000 NEW CASES OF KIDNEY CANCER, AND ONE IN FOUR OF THOSE PATIENTS WILL SEE THE DISEASE … Full News here – Read more on Local 10

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GWU, Peking University Collaborate on NGS-based Study of Aspirin-Insensitive

GWU, Peking University Collaborate on NGS-based Study of Aspirin-Insensitive … In this archived webinar, recorded Feb. 19, 2014, two speakers outline applications of Rubicon Genomics' PicoPLEX DNA-seq single cell library preparation kit. Jeramiah Smith, assistant professor of biology at the University of Kentucky, discusses the … Full News here – Read more on GenomeWeb

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Study: Low-Dose Aspirin May Reduce Risk Of Some Cancers

Study: Low-Dose Aspirin May Reduce Risk Of Some Cancers And those at extra risk for colon, esophageal, or pancreatic cancer – either because of a previous bout, family history or smoking habit – may want to talk to their doctor about whether a baby aspirin a day makes sense for them, said Dr. Andrew Chan, … […]

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Study: Higher Survival Rates for Women Could Lead to New Treatment Options

Study: Higher Survival Rates for Women Could Lead to New Treatment Options The study included 14,228 pathologically confirmed American mesothelioma cases in the national Surveillance, Epidemiology and End Results (SEER) data base, ranging from 1973 to 2009. About 22 percent of the cases involved women patients. Despite … Full News here – Read more on Asbestos.com

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Viagra linked with skin cancer, study finds

Viagra linked with skin cancer, study finds After adjusting for multiple confounding factors such as mole counts, smoking and severe sunburns, the researchers found that men who had used sildenafil (Viagra) “recently” (in the three months before the questionnaire) had a significantly higher risk … Full News here – Read more on New Zealand Doctor […]

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Mesothelioma Study Identifies Four Biomarkers That May Help Speed Up

Mesothelioma Study Identifies Four Biomarkers That May Help Speed Up … Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – The results of a new study published in the Journal of Molecular Diagnostics may assist physicians in accurately identifying malignant pleural mesothelioma (MPM), rather than non-cancerous pleural tissue with reactive … Full News here – Read more on Mesothelioma.com

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Study: Decades After Exposure to Asbestos Does Not Diminish Its Toxicity

Study: Decades After Exposure to Asbestos Does Not Diminish Its Toxicity The risk of developing mesothelioma cancer after exposure never leaves or subsides, regardless of how long you live, a new study shows. The broad-based study that examined eight diverse patient groups from Italy and Australia, including both … Full News here – Read more […]

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Study: Home That's Too Clean Could Leave Newborn Vulnerable To Asthma

Study: Home That's Too Clean Could Leave Newborn Vulnerable To Asthma … In the study published June 6 in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, researchers found that infants are far less likely to suffer from asthma or allergies later in life if they are exposed to household germs and bacteria as well as […]

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Arthritis pain relief focus of pot study

Arthritis pain relief focus of pot study Zettl estimates one-third of Canada's 38,000 licensed medical marijuana patients are using cannabis to treat arthritis, an ailment affecting up to 4.3 million Canadians. The use of marijuana to treat arthritis has never been tested in clinical trials … Full News here – Read more on StarPhoenix

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Study: Home That's Too Clean Could Leave Newborn Vulnerable To Asthma

Study: Home That's Too Clean Could Leave Newborn Vulnerable To Asthma Atlanta, Ga. (CBS Atlanta) – You may want to think twice before breaking out the ole' duster. In a recent study out of Johns Hopkins Children's Center in Baltimore, keeping your home too clean may lead to asthma and allergy complications later in life […]

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Study: Home That's Too Clean Could Leave Newborn Vulnerable To Asthma

Study: Home That's Too Clean Could Leave Newborn Vulnerable To Asthma Atlanta, Ga. (CBS Atlanta) – You may want to think twice before breaking out the ole' duster. In a recent study out of Johns Hopkins Children's Center in Baltimore, keeping your home too clean may lead to asthma and allergy complications later in life […]

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Two drugs are better than one for asthma control, study says

Two drugs are better than one for asthma control, study says People with asthma are likely to benefit from combining medications to manage their symptoms, a strategy that requires doctors and patients to work together to tweak prescriptions, Dutch researchers say. Based on a review of data from 64 asthma drug … Full News here […]

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Study Silences Controversy, Illuminates the Biochemistry of Laser Healing

Study Silences Controversy, Illuminates the Biochemistry of Laser Healing Many medical applications — ranging from LASIK eye surgery to bloodless surgery — have focused on high power lasers. I. Low-Level Laser Therapy (LLLT): Science or Fraud? But low-power lasers — best known today for their applications in consumer … Full News here – Read more on […]

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