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New research suggests that bad family relationships can make you sick

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US flu continues to slowly increase with lots of influenza B activity

Influenza activity increased again last week, and although diseases are at relatively low levels, all three strains, including lots of influenza B, are circulating, especially in the southern states, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said today in its veckopdatering. Usually, most influenza B activity occurs towards the end of the flu season, but last season saw …

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Researchers say that BRCA2 gene failure is not just a cancer risk for women

Researchers at the Institute of Cancer Research, London, require annual blood tests to detect aggressive prostate cancer in men who have a defect in the BRCA2 gene. After examining the effectiveness of the test, Ros Eeles, who led the study, said: "Our research shows very clearly that men with BRCA2 gene deficiency have an increased risk of aggressive prostate cancer …

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Researchers convert 2-D images into 3D with deep learning

Illustration represents Deep-Z, an artificial intelligence-based frame that can digitally focus a 2D fluorescence microscope image (at the bottom) to produce 3D ( at left). Credit: Ozcan Lab / UCLA A UCLA research team has developed a technology that extends the capacity of fluorescence microscopy, allowing researchers to accurately label parts of living cells and tissue with dyes that glow …

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FRAZIER WHOOPING COUGH: First class diagnosed with whooping cough in the local school district, officials warn

0 First grading diagnosed with whooping cough in the local school district, officials warn FAYETTE CO., Pa. – After a first classifier was diagnosed with whooping cough in a school district in Fayette County, officials warn parents in the area to take precautions. The Pennsylvania Department of Health notified the Frazier School District of the student's diagnosis, leading to the …

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The doctor who developed the Ebola test

The kit has now been approved by the WHO to diagnose Ebola and Marburg viruses. The kit has now been approved by WHO to diagnose Ebola and Marburg viruses. President Museveni (center) who interacts with Dr. Wayengera (third left), whom Health Minister Sarah Opendi (third right) and other medical officials are watching. This was at the State House, Entebbe. PPU …

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Potato Diet: This man only ate potatoes for a year and lost 117 pounds

"Make your food boring and your life interesting." It's a lesson Andrew Flinders Taylor points out in a Youtube video he published in December 2016, detailing everything he learned after eating potatoes for every meal every day for almost a year. A potato diet sounds crazy, but for Taylor, who weighed in at 334 pounds when his experiment began, it …

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