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Moles not the only way to spot deadly melanomaCBS NewsContrary to what you might think, moles are not the most likely place for a deadly melanoma to develop, a new analysis shows. In fact, a review of 38 previously published medical studies involving more than 20,000 melanomas showed that only 29 percent ...
New meningitis test 'could save lives'BBC NewsA hospital A&E department in Northern Ireland is to start using a new, rapid test for meningitis that should speed up diagnosis and save lives. Meningitis can kill in hours yet the current way to positively identify the infection takes about two days.
We're Failing Our Test Run for the Age of CRISPRThe Nation.We're on the cusp of being able to genetically shape our offspring, but without accurately informing would-be parents, genetic diversity will become a code for poverty. By David M. PerryTwitter. Today 1:34 pm. fb; tw; mail; Print; msg; wa; sms. Early ...
Female orgasms aren't all that mysteriousPopular ScienceWe've somehow gotten it into our heads, societally speaking, that femininity is an enigma. If men are dogs, then women are cats—fickle, inscrutable, and liable to swat at you if you touch them wrong. Turns out, though, it's pretty clear what women ...
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Your selfies may help detect pancreatic cancerDaily News & AnalysisScientists have developed an app that allows people to easily screen for pancreatic cancer and other diseases by just clicking a selfie. One of the earliest symptoms of pancreatic cancer, as well as other diseases, is jaundice, a yellow discolouration ...
Chemical in Ecstasy could be used to treat PTSDSaukValley.comJust as cannabis is gaining traction as a legitimate treatment option for military veterans, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has given the “breakthrough therapy” designation to MDMA – the main chemical in the club drug Ecstasy – for treatment of ... |