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There are genes that make dogs human best friend

The gene that made the dog's man's best friend "has been identified by researchers. It controls their body watch by keeping them awake during the day – unlike their wolf fathers which are mainly nightly. It made it possible for them to become our faithful companions – live, play and even sleep with us, researchers say. Known as RAI1, the …

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SIU Carbondal Chancellor says he is struggling with cancer News

CARBONDALE • The Chancellor at Southern Illinois University Carbondale has been diagnosed with cancer. In a statement published on his blog on Thursday, Carlo Montemagno announced that he had recently restricted his public schedule to address significant back and hip pain, originally believed to be caused by cysts. The cysts were treated, but their cause was identified as cancer, said …

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SIUC Chancellor says he has been diagnosed with cancer state and region

CARBONDALE – Chancellor of Southern Illinois University Carbondale has been diagnosed with cancer. In a statement published on his blog on Thursday, Carlo Montemagno announced that he recently had to limit his public schedule to address significant back and hip pain, originally thought to be caused by cysts. The cysts were treated, but their cause was identified as cancer, said …

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APRI takes part in National HIV Testing Day – ABC6

By: News Staff Email: news@abc6.com Twitter: @ ABC6 PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WLNE) – Two Honors National HIV Testing Day, the AIDS Project of Rhode Island (APRI) held free HIV testing in multiple locations on Wednesday, June 27. Providence Counsel woman Nirva LaFortune, who was expected to participate in getting tested , says "Even if you have not recently put yourself at …

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These jobs can increase the risk of developing cancer

People working in some professions, such as manufacturing, are more likely to get cancer than in other occupations. Here are the jobs that can increase workers' risk of developing cancer, according to scientific research. Pixabay ) Studies have shown that people working in some professions, such as air traffic controllers, are more likely to develop health problems than those who …

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Gluten free, detox and other dietary foods you must forget

Yes, we're only in the middle of winter, but it does not prevent most of us from looking for the next diet trend when we go into the summer. According to The Sun 46 percent of women go on a quick fix diet before travel and summer season while 13 percent pop diet pills. With so much advice, dietitian Zoe …

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Cincinnati a test site for weed drug as the FDA has just approved

CLOSE Parents William Plott, 27, describes his journey to handle the medication of their epileptic son. Albert Cesare, acesare@enquirer.com Buy photo William Plott, 27, suffering from severe epileptic seizures since he was six months old, pet his father, Glenn Plot, headed on Sunday, June 17, 2018, home in Cincinnati. William Plott is currently being treated for his epilepsy with a …

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Mosquitoes in Benton County test positive for West Nile virus

KENNEWICK, WA – Mosquitoes recently collected in Benton County have tested positive for the West Nile virus. According to Dr Amy Person with the Benton-Franklin Health District, "Reports of West Nile virus activity in mosquitoes are a reminder that each of us must take action to prevent mosquito bites. This mosquito activity is a warning that we are coming to …

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Unlock puzzles in pediatric diabetes

As more children are diagnosed with type 2 diabetes – historically an adult disease – a new study has shown that the adult drugs used to treat them do not work as well to slow the disease progression. The study, led by a professor in Seattle, looked at children between the ages of 10-19 in two groups: children with prediabetic …

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