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New vaccine could target aggressive form of breast cancer, study says

While there is no known cure for breast cancer, scientists are working on medicine that could be key for treating the disease, according to a new report. »RELATED: What new breast cancer study means for patients facing chemo Researchers from the Mayo Clinic recently conducted a study to develop a vaccine that could eliminate cancer cells and potential disease recurrence. …

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The death row for opioid users goes viral: "This disease needs a face"

Madelyn Linsenmeir was a mother, sister and friend who was "calm and warm and worried and resilient." She was also an opioid addict. Linsenmeir was a junkie for 12 years and, on what her sister said were some of her darkest points, she would sometimes negotiate money. She lost the custody of her young son because of her illness. On …

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Length of the ring and index fingers "linked to sexuality"

Image copyright Getty Images Image texts Have you looked at the length of your index and ring fingers? Women whose left index and ring fingers have different lengths are more likely to be lesbian, explains a study. Researchers measured the fingers of 18 pairs of female identical twins, one straight and the other gay. [19659007] On average, the lesbians, but …

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Egg-based influenza wax: The debate continues

Getting rid of egg-based flu vaccines can be easier said than done, but it can be more of a long-term solution than happens in the short term. In this exclusive video, Richard Webby, PhD student, St. The Jude Children's Research Hospital in Memphis and Head of the World Health Organization's Center for the Study of Influenza Science in Animals and …

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Stop smoking the enzyme stops nicotine addiction in rats without withdrawal symptoms

An enzyme that can help people quit smoking has been developed by researchers and tested successfully on rats. While its potential for treating human nicotine addiction is some way, scientists believe that it can develop into a pill that stops smokers who lack the drug – and possibly without any withdrawal symptoms. Researchers conducted an experiment where two groups of …

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Caffeine Consumption and Rosacea Risk: What is the link?

October 17, 2018 Increased caffeine consumption was interrelated to the risk of rosacea Increased caffeine intake from coffee can be associated with reduced risk of incidence of rosacea, according to a study published in JAMA Dermatology . . ] In order to better understand the relationship between rosacea and caffeine consumption, study authors evaluated data from Nurses Health Study II, …

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The UNH study shows that ticks kill more moose calves than ever before

BANGOR, Maine (WABI) Researchers say that ticks kill elk at an alarming rate. A study by the University of New Hampshire shows that areas such as western Maine see an unusual increase in winter's tigers. 19659004] They say that the parasite is the main cause of an unprecedented 70% death rate of lover over a three-year period. According to the …

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Outbreak of Legionnaires Disease in Champaign, Ill. Can be connected to church wedding | Metro

ILLINOIS • Six residents in the Champaign area have been diagnosed in a legionnaire's outbreak of disease that can be linked to a church wedding. The inhabitants have all the diagnosis since September 15th. One of the possible sources investigated is the first Christian Church in Champaign, where people who were nurses were involved in wedding activities, according to state …

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