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Thursday, January 8, 2015
Sugar and the aging process
Start the sugar detox now to lessen wrinkling
Wednesday, January 7, 2015
Older men with prostate cancer may live longer if they receive a combination of radiation and hormone therapy, but many men do not get the right treatment, U.S. researchers said Monday.
Tuesday, January 6, 2015
Seizures of methamphetamine soared at the U.S.-Mexico border during fiscal year 2014, accelerating a trend that began several years ago as new laws that limited access to the drug's chemical ingredients made it harder to manufacture it in the U.S.
Saturday, January 3, 2015
Cancer is often caused by the “bad luck” of random mutations that arise when cells divide, not family history or environmental causes, U.S. researchers said Thursday.
Testing anti-drinking drug using a fake bar
The tequila sure looks real, so do the beer taps. Inside the hospital at the National Institutes of Health, researchers are testing a possible new treatment to help heavy drinkers cut back — using a replica of a fully stocked bar.
Thursday, January 1, 2015
Keep up with your New Year's resolutions
A list of resolutions can be easily broken if they were promptly made. If you find yourself repeating the same resolutions every year, some adjustments need to be made
Saturday, December 27, 2014
British scientists said Wednesday they had discovered 12 genes linked to developmental disorders in children that can cause heart defects, seizures and intellectual disability.
Friday, December 26, 2014
The freely distributed male condom, more often misused than used, is going to directly cost the government exchequer about 2.85 million ngultrum (US$44,900) annually as the government prepares to take over the procurement of contraceptives.
The freely distributed male condom, more often misused than used, is going to directly cost the government exchequer about 2.85 million ngultrum (US$44,900) annually as the government prepares to take over the procurement of contraceptives.
A National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) research team has discovered that obesity leads to a reduction in the protein lysyl oxidase (LOX), which accelerates aortic aging and stiffness, causing arteriosclerosis, and is a major threat to health, according to a NCKU press release yesterday.
  
  
  
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