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Tumor-Destroying, Life-Expanding Cancer Treatment Wins Prize for 3 Scientists

Tumors once considered untreatable have disappeared and people previously given months to live are surviving for decades thanks to new therapies emerging from the work of three scientists chosen to..

Baby Boom at Arizona Hospital with 16 Pregnant Nurses

A baby boom is brewing at a suburban Arizona hospital where 16 intensive care nurses recently discovered they are all pregnant.The nurses at Banner Desert Medical Center in Mesa outside Phoenix joked..

Third African swine fever outbreak hits China's hog herd

China's Ministry of Agriculture said on Sunday 88 hogs had died from African swine fever in the eastern city of Lianyungang, the third outbreak this month, as the highly-contagious disease threatened..

Child passive smoking 'increases chronic lung risk'

child passive smoking 'increases chronic lung risk'
A study shows higher risk of fatal lung disease in adults exposed to cigarette smoke in childhood.
BBC News

The Paralympic wheelchair maker

the paralympic wheelchair maker
Vince Ross' Paralympic experience led him to create a successful wheelchair-making business.
BBC News

The first humanist lead chaplain in the NHS

the first humanist lead chaplain in the nhs
Lindsay van Dijk is the first humanist lead chaplain in the NHS.
BBC News

Weight-Loss Surgery Linked to Better Job Prospects

Obese adults who get surgery to lose weight may have an easier time getting a full-time job than they would without these operations, a French study suggests.

China sacks six senior officials at food and drug regulator over vaccine scandal

China said on Saturday it has sacked six senior officials at its food and drug regulator after a safety scandal at vaccine maker Changsheng Biotechnology Co Ltd revealed failings at the government body..

Rise in type 2 diabetes in young people in England and Wales

rise in type 2 diabetes in young people in england and wales
Child health experts say the rise is "alarming" and more should be done to reduce obesity.
BBC News

Militia threat hampers Ebola fight in Congo as disease kills 47

Militia violence in Democratic Republic of Congo has prevented aid workers from reaching some potential cases in an outbreak of Ebola that has so far killed 47 people, the World Health Organization..

Many people take drugs that interfere with their blood pressure pills

(Reuters Health) - People who take pills to lower their blood pressure often take other drugs that reduce the pills' effectiveness, a recent study suggests.
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Art tours tied to easing of chronic pain

(Reuters Health) - Art museums may have an analgesic effect on chronic pain, a small study suggests.

Japan's Eisai sets price tag of about $17,000 on liver cancer drug (Aug. 16)

(This version of the August 16th story corrects to change drug price in headline, first bullet, paragraphs 1 and 3 after company corrects it to $16,970 from $15,970)

Wellcome sanctions top cancer scientist over bullying allegations

Charity will terminate Β£3.5m worth of grants to Nazneen Rahman

Study Finds Link Between Low-Carb Diets and Early Death

The results of a new study show a relationship exists between eating a low-carb diet and having a shorter life expectancy.

Pancreatic Cancer, Aretha Franklin's Ardent Killer, Tough to Spot Early

Pancreatic cancer that Aretha Franklin passed away on Thursday from is tough to spot in its early phases, and nearly always overwhelming in later stages, which is why it’s fast becoming one of the..

Dementia patients may benefit from music therapy

(Reuters Health) - Music therapy may improve depression and anxiety in dementia patients, a new analysis suggests.

Transgender veterans don't have worse health

(Reuters Health) - Transgender military veterans do not have worse health than cisgender veterans, a recent U.S. study suggests.

Novo Nordisk buys UK university biotech spin-out Ziylo

Deal could eventually be worth more than $800m if milestones are met

Does New Treatment Really Lower Death Risk From Prostate Cancer by 71 Percent?

Taking a drug called enzalutamide resulted in a 71 percent lower risk of cancer spread or death from this form of prostate cancer, according to a new study conducted at Chicago's Northwestern Memorial.

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