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The Denver Post
Zika vaccine test moves to next stage with more than 2000 volunteers in US, abroadThe Denver PostIn this Oct. 1, 2016 photo, mothers hold their babies, who have microcephaly, from left, Alice Vitoria, Juan Pedro and Joao Guilherme, during Arthur's one-year birthday party, at his home in Recife, Pernambuco state, Brazil. Away from medical ...
Study finds 'staggering' rise in mastectomies in these statesCNN(CNN) For many, the Fourth of July evokes jovial memories of backyard cookouts and fireworks, but for Amberlea Childs, the summer holiday conjures a haunting memory that changed her life. Childs was diagnosed with breast cancer a day before July Fourth ...
Arizona Daily Star
Sleepless Nights, Unhealthy Hearts?Arizona Daily StarFRIDAY, March 31, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- More worrisome news for people who toss and turn all night: Insomnia appears to be linked to a heightened risk for heart attack or stroke, a research review from China suggests. "We found that difficulty ...
Risk factors and warning signs of suicideFox11online.com(WLUK) -- A local woman is being remembered as an advocate for those struggling with depression and suicidal thoughts. Her organization was called Project Semicolon. Amy Bleuel died, succumbing to the same stresses she was fighting against. She was ...
Lonely people hit harder by common coldNew Zealand HeraldAbout 27 million days of work are lost in the UK every year because of the common cold. Photo / 123RF. Lonely people who catch the common cold suffer from the worst symptoms, researchers have found. Scientists infected more than 150 people with the ...
Science Illuminates Why Slow Breathing Calms The MindForbesPeople have been learning to control their breath for a long time—it's been a method of calming the mind in yoga and meditation for millennia, and it's used today in medical and psychiatric settings to help quell anxiety, and even curb panic. Now, a ... |