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Colon cancer cases surge in young people.
Colon cancer is on the rise among young people under the age of 50, say experts. Lifestyle habits like unhealthy diets and lack of exercise are to be blamed. More...


Breakthrough Therapy Obliterates Deadly Brain Tumor in Days
CAR T-cell therapy, a treatment based on the patient's own immune system, shows promise. More...


Sugary drink consumption may predict risk for abnormal heart rhythm
Drinking sugar-sweetened or artificially sweetened beverages was linked to risk for atrial fibrillation. More...


Kiwis can significantly boost your mood in just 4 days
Imagine discovering a simple, delicious way to enhance your mood, energy, and overall well-being. More...


Can chocolate be a health food? What to look for in your favorite candy.
Dark chocolate is rich in flavonoids, which are full of antioxidants that protect cells from the damaging free radicals. More...


Gold nanoparticles reverse brain deficits in multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s
Phase two clinical trials suggest experimental treatment involving gold nanoparticles could prevent or even reverse symptoms of both MS and Parkinson’s. More...


Study suggests tai chi is better at reducing high blood pressure than aerobic exercise
Volunteers engaging regularly in tai chi for one year saw greater reductions in their systolic blood pressure than did volunteers engaging for one year in aerobic exercises. More...


New $5 breast cancer spit test can spot disease in five SECONDS by analyzing saliva for danger proteins
A portable device was able to detect breast cancer with just a drop of saliva. More...


Increased abdominal fat associated with impaired lung function in adolescents
Adolescents with greater amounts of abdominal fat depots compared with their peers also had reduced lung function. More...


Chemicals Common in Food Packaging Linked to Preterm Birth
Chemicals used to make everyday plastic items like food containers and cosmetic packages may be linked to the rise in preterm births, according to a new study. More...


mRNA Vaccines Contain Prion Region, May Be Linked to Prion-Like Diseases
As pathogenic prions accumulate, people may start to develop prion diseases such as Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease and mad cow disease. More...


A spoonful of olive oil each day provides significant health benefits - and could just save your life
Whether you’re sipping a spoonful, drizzling it on your ice cream, or pouring it into your coffee, health experts tend to agree - there’s no wrong way to get olive oil into your diet. More...


A Torn Knee Ligament Can Heal Without Surgery, Study Shows
Australian researchers challenge the longstanding belief that a ruptured ACL does not self-heal. More...


New security measures added to the DEA registration data server
The DEA data server and registration validation toolset has implemented multi-factor authentication to control access to all DEA data. More...


First Cases of Medically Acquired Alzheimer's Disease Reported
Five people in the United Kingdom have been diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease (AD) resulting from a medical treatment they received decades earlier, new research shows. More...


Breakthrough anti-ageing cell discovery could help you stay younger for longer
A white blood cell in your body could be the answer to stopping the diseases that get us as we grow old. More...


Multivitamins could slow cognitive decline associated with aging: Research
A new study showed that multivitamins could slow cognitive decline associated with aging. More...


Stressful Life Events Linked to Poor Biological Health
Researchers have found a strong link between stressful life events and deteriorating biological health. More...


Q&A: US experiencing ‘very concerning’ rise in overdose deaths among adolescents
Counterfeit pills containing illicit fentanyl are driving child and teen overdose deaths which have more than doubled since 2019. More...


Scientists destroy 99% of cancer cells in lab using new technique with 'vibrating molecules'
The early-stage research - which saw 99 per cent of melanoma cells eradicated in a lab - could provide new cancer treatment options, experts say. More...


Advanced stage cervical cancer cases on the rise
January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month, and research shows that late-stage cervical cancer appears to be on the rise. More...


Nutrient Deficiencies Linked to Treatment-Resistant Depression and Suicidal Thoughts
Vitamin therapies may help treat root causes, providing new hope against rising suicide rates. More...




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