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Los Angeles Times
FDA cracks down on clinics selling unproven stem cell 'therapies'
Los Angeles Times
The Food and Drug Administration has launched an opening salvo at a booming national market for suspect medical treatments, announcing actions that could rein in clinics offering questionable stem-cell treatments for cancer and other diseases. The FDA ...

Patch.com
Hurricane Harvey Closes Houston Hospitals, Lessons From Katrina
Patch.com
Some hospitals are evacuated as Hurricane Harvey's floodwaters swirl around them; the world's largest medical center closes its flood gates. 0. By Beth Dalbey (Patch National Staff) - Updated August 28, 2017 6:05 pm ET. Hurricane Harvey Closes Houston ...

BBC News
Anti-inflammatory drug 'cuts heart attack risk'
BBC News
Anti-inflammatory drugs could cut the risk of heart attacks and strokes, a study of 10,000 patients suggests. A trial of the drug canakinumab could represent the biggest breakthrough in treatment since the advent of statins to lower cholesterol, its ...

HuffPost
Straight Women Reveal The Specific Movements That Make Them Orgasm
HuffPost
The study was published in July 2017 by researchers from Indiana University in partnership with OMGYes, an online interactive learning tool that teaches users about female pleasure. Researchers conducted the national online survey in 2015, which ...

U.S. News & World Report
Medicare to Foot the Bill for Treadmill Therapy for Leg Pain
U.S. News & World Report
Older Americans hobbled by leg pain will have a new option when the government starts paying for them to exercise on treadmills at medical clinics. Aug. 29, 2017, at 1:35 a.m.. MORE. LinkedIn · StumbleUpon · Google +; Cancel. Medicare to Foot the Bill ...

Forbes
FDA Designates MDMA As 'Breakthrough Therapy' For Post-Traumatic Stress
Forbes
Following years of lobbying and laboratory research on the medical uses of methylenedioxymethamphetamine, or MDMA, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has decided to move forward with the drug. Last week, the Multidisciplinary Association for ...

New York Daily News
Study says four cups of coffee per day can lower risk of death
New York Daily News
This stock image shows a hot cup of coffee from a French press. A new study shows that four cups of coffee each day could lower your risk of death. (Robert Ingelhart/Getty Images/iStockphoto). BY Dan Gunderman. NEW YORK DAILY NEWS. Monday, August ...

The Atlantic
Will Flooding in Texas Lead to More Mosquito-Borne Illness?
The Atlantic
Like ​The Atlantic? Subscribe to ​The Atlantic Daily​, our free weekday email newsletter. The devastating floodwaters from Hurricane Harvey will damage many human habitats, but after the flood recedes, the waterlogged city may become a more ...

10News
Hepatitus A outbreak in SD may affect food industry
10News
SAN DIEGO (KGTV) -- The Hepatitis A outbreak in San Diego County has gotten so bad, the County's public health officer has now recommended that even people who handle food get vaccinated. Since early 2017, the Public Health Services Division, in the ...

The Hill
Peter Thiel funding herpes vaccine test outside of US safety rules
The Hill
Prominent tech investor Peter Thiel is putting money into offshore testing of an experimental herpes vaccine that circumvents U.S. safety rules on human trials. Thiel, who has advised President Trump, is part of a group investing $7 million into the ...

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