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Pneumonia

HIV-Positive Children Have an Increased Risk of Developing Pneumonia

Jan 06, 2015 PM EST New research suggests that HIV-positive children in developing countries are six times more likely to die from pneumonia than children without the virus. ...

High Blood Pressure

Chronic High Blood Pressure May Increase Risk of Glaucoma

Jan 05, 2015 PM EST New research suggests that chronic hypertension increases a person's susceptibility to glaucoma. ...

Ebola

Ebola Outbreak May Offer Lessons, Reminders for Critical Care Clinicians

Jan 05, 2015 PM EST The Ebola outbreak in West Africa could offer some insight into how healthcare professionals can respond more effectively to current and future challenges, according to a recent study. ...

Antibiotics

New Software Could Predict Superbugs' Countermoves to New Drugs

Jan 04, 2015 PM EST Due to the rise of drug-resistant bacteria even common infections that were easily controlled for decades -- such as pneumonia or urinary tract infections -- are proving trickier to treat with ...

Autistic

Living With Pets May Improve Social Skills of Children With Autism

Dec 31, 2014 PM EST Autistic children have stronger social skills when they live with pets, according to a new study from the University of Missouri-Columbia. ...

Doctor

Neonatal HBV Vaccine May Reduces Liver Cancer Risk

Dec 31, 2014 PM EST Neonatal HBV vaccination reduces the risk of liver cancer and other liver diseases in young adults in China, according to a recent study from the Cancer Institute & Hospital at the Chinese Academy of ...

Red meat

Red Meat Sugar Molecule Increases Risk of Cancer

Dec 30, 2014 PM EST New research suggests that red meat promotes inflammation and cancer progression because it contains a sugar molecule that is "unnatural to human biology." ...

Bat

Ebola: Bats Are Possible Source of the Epidemic

Dec 30, 2014 PM EST New research suggests that the outbreak of the Ebola virus disease occurring in West Africa may have originated from contact between humans and virus-infected bats. ...

Red meat

Sugar Molecule Links Red Meat Consumption to Elevated Cancer Risk

Dec 29, 2014 PM EST New research suggests that a sugar molecule in red meat promotes inflammation and cancer progression. ...

Lizards

Christmas Colors Disguise Gliding Lizards in the Rainforest

Dec 24, 2014 PM EST Bornean lizards avoid falling prey to birds whilst gliding by mimicking the red and green colors of falling leaves, according to a recent study. ...

UCA

University of Central Arkansas Receives $3 Million Gift to Renovate Science Center

Dec 22, 2014 PM EST The University of Central Arkansas has received a $3 million donation from Conway Corporation to renovate their science center, school officials announced. ...

mistletoes

Mistletoes Could Help Fight Obesity-Related Liver Disease

Dec 17, 2014 PM EST Korean researchers found that a compound produced by a particular variety of the plant can help fight obesity-related liver disease in mice. ...

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