Health

  • A revolutionary treatment could help more than 10,000 people living with largely untreatable cancer
  • A revolutionary treatment could help more than

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    A wave of new cancer treatments that reprogram a person's own cells to fight cancer is gaining momentum.
    On Wednesday, the FDA approved Yescarta, which treats a type of blood cancer called aggressive B-cell non-Hodgkin ly

  • Allergy Immunotherapy Market SIze- Global Industry Analysis and Forecast | 2022
  • Allergy Immunotherapy Market Size - Global

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    MarketStudyReport.com Add New Global Allergy Immunotherapy Market Research Report 2017 to its research database. The report presents a deep study of the market growth factors and drivers. The report spread across 90 pages with 101 table and

  • Celebrate Your Favorite Coffee in Honor of International Coffee Day
  • Celebrate Your Favorite Coffee in Honor of

    • 2 months   ago
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    Happy International Coffee Day! As millions of people celebrate on this day their beverage of choice, Maria Baghdoyan, Nestlé Nutritionist, sheds light on the associated benefits of its moderate consumption (3-4 cups daily) on our mental

  • Chinese Scientists Alter Human Embryo; Major Breakthrough in Treating Hereditary Diseases
  • Chinese Scientists Alter Human Embryo; Major

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    In what could be a major breakthrough to the treatment of hereditary diseases, Chinese scientists successfully altered the genetic code of a human embryo, said a report in RT. 

  • New heart attack blood test could save NHS millions
  • New heart attack blood test could save NHS

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    St Thomas' hospital in London, which undertakes 7,800 heart attack tests a year, would be in line to save £800,000 alone.
    A blood test that speeds up the diagnosis of heart attacks could save the NHS mill

  • A Suspected Case of Lung Cancer Turns Out to Be a Toy Traffic Cone
  • A Suspected Case of Lung Cancer Turns Out to Be a

    • 2 months   ago
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    A 47-year-old man in the UK has received what might be the best news possible - that a suspected case of lung cancer was not lung cancer at all, but a Playmobil traffic cone he inhaled as a child.
    &n

  • Floraine Nalugon, Snake Woman of The Philipines
  • Floraine Nalugon, Snake Woman of The Philipines

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    Floraine Nalugon from the Philippines suffers from Lamellar ichthyosis which affects only one in 600,000 people. This causes the 17-year-old to develop a hard and snake-like skin.
     

  • From 280kg to 90kg in 18 months, he is full of hope to achieve it
  • From 280kg to 90kg in 18 months, he is full of

    • 3 months   ago
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    110 was the BMI of Marwan while he went to NMC Abu Dhabi
      From being 280kg to now targeting to be 90kg in just 12 to 18 months, 33-year-old Emirati Marwan is excited about his new life. When M

  • Study: Gum Disease Linked to Higher Cancer Risk in Women
  • Study: Gum Disease Linked to Higher Cancer Risk

    • 4 months   ago
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    Women who have a history of gum disease face a higher risk of several types of cancer, particularly tumors in the esophagus and breasts, a US study found Tuesday.
     

  • Exercise During Childhood May Reduce Risk of Obesity and Cancer!
  • Exercise During Childhood May Reduce Risk of

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    A new study has found that exercise during childhood and adolescence may reduce the risk of developing obesity and cancer.
    Researchers have claimed that physical activities may thwart some of the damaging effects of a high-fa

  • How Much Bacteria's Really on Your Kitchen Sponge?
  • How Much Bacteria's Really on Your Kitchen

    • 4 months   ago
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    Your kitchen is not as clean as you think - and the average one hosts more microbes than a toilet, researchers have found.
    According to the Daily Mail, the worst culprit is the kitchen sponge, with one of the samples containi