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BBC News
Migraine therapy that cut attacks hailed as 'huge deal'
BBC News
A new approach to preventing migraines can cut the number and severity of attacks, two clinical trials show. About 50% of people on one study halved the number of migraines they had each month, which researchers at King's College Hospital called a ...

Los Angeles Times
This year's flu season may be a bad one, some medical experts warn
ABC News
The upcoming flu season may be a particularly severe one in the U.S., some medical experts warned today, citing preliminary data from the Southern Hemisphere's waning flu season. The flu vaccine used this year in Australia -- which has the same ...

WBIR-TV
How worried should you be about FDA dog bone warning?
WBIR-TV
The FDA warns dog owners that some bone treats have been getting dogs sick. A local veterinarian and a local pet store owner weigh in on what's best for your pet. Author: Stephanie Haines. Published: 6:16 PM EST November 29, 2017. RELATED TOPICS ...

WBIR-TV
Are dogs smarter than cats? Yes, and science proves it
WBIR-TV
PHOENIX — Dog people have long known that canines are smarter than felines. The fact that there are no service cats or drug-sniffing cats making that abundantly clear. A new study proves it beyond a biological doubt, giving dog owners the ...

Washington Post
An 84-year-old doctor who refuses to use a computer has lost her medical license
Washington Post
Aside from a fax machine and landline telephone, there isn't much technology in the office of physician Anna Konopka, 84. Instead, her patients' records are tucked into two file cabinets, which sit in a tiny office next door to her 160-year-old ...

USA TODAY
'Scary' prediction for US kids: 57% could be obese by age 35
USA TODAY
A whopping 57% of the nation's children and teens will be obese by age 35 if current trends continue, according to a sobering new study out Wednesday. The research, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, goes beyond previous studies ...

Washington Post
Cells with lab-made DNA produce a new kind of protein, a 'holy grail' for synthetic biology
Washington Post
Scientists in San Diego have achieved a major goal in the effort to craft artificial organisms: A microbe whose genetic material included some lab-made instructions was able to live, reproduce and synthesize proteins that included molecules never ...

NBCNews.com
Many still get late HIV diagnosis
Bay Area Reporter
Many people with HIV are still being diagnosed late, and therefore not getting the full treatment and prevention benefits of starting antiretroviral therapy early, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's latest Vital Signs report ...

The Spokesman-Review
With viral tweet, WSU student raises tens of thousands in donations for St. Jude Children's Hospital
The Spokesman-Review
Washington State University student Danni Messina probably didn't expect to be hundreds of thousands of dollars in “debt” a few days after pledging to donate to a children's hospital. But that's exactly what happened when a tweet she posted Saturday ...

BBC News
Early baldness higher heart disease risk factor than obesity, says study
BBC News
Male pattern baldness and premature greying are more of a risk factor for heart disease than obesity in men under 40, new research suggests. A study of more than 2,000 young men in India showed more who had coronary artery disease were prematurely bald ...

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