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6 Common Diseases College Students Should Be Aware Of

Feb 23, 2017 AM EST Common diseases that college students should watch out for.

University Of Southampton Researchers Develop 3D System To Fight Tuberculosis

Feb 10, 2017 AM EST Researchers create a 3D system to have an in-depth probe on how tuberculosis spreads in the human lung.

The Evidence of Optimism in Fighting Off Life Threatening Diseases Like Cancer and Stroke

Dec 11, 2016 PM EST Here is how positive thinking can help in fighting off cancer and stroke, as well as heart diseases.

Local School in Kansas Stops the Spread of Disease While Making Use of a New Technology

Nov 05, 2016 AM EDT A university in Kansas uses a new technology to stop the spread of diseases in the classrooms.

Cancer Treatment Study: New Drug Improves Patient Survival Rate [VIDEO]

Oct 13, 2016 PM EDT The International CheckMate-141 Phae III clinical trial findings were recently presented at the 52nd annual American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) meeting in Chicago. Initial findings of the ...

Cells Grown On Skin Could Become A Treatment For Heart Attacks?[VIDEO]

Oct 13, 2016 PM EDT A new innovative treatment for heart attacks can be done through stem cell therapy. Scientists Discovered that this stem cell therapy treatment can initially repair damage to the h

Florida State University Plagued With Hand, Foot And Mouth Viral Infections

Sep 19, 2016 AM EDT There has been an outbreak of the hand, foot and mouth disease at Florida State University.

PennState Professor Rasgon Talks Zika Virus & Another Disease: Are Pennsylvanians At Risk? [VIDEO]

Jul 08, 2016 PM EDT Jason Rasgon, Pennsylvania State University's associate professor of Entomology and Disease Epidemiology discusses the Zika virus and Pennsylvania's susceptibility to the notorious epidemic during an ...

Yale-led Study In Africa: HIV Treatment Does Not Go Well With Antimalarials

Jul 08, 2016 PM EDT The Sub-Saharan Africa threatens millions of people's life because of the overlapping burdens brought both by malaria and HIV. A Yale-led study in Africa is researching about the impact made by HIV ...

Tuberculosis Outbreak Reported In Tokyo?

May 19, 2016 AM EDT After coming into contact with an infected student last year, the metropolitan government divulged nine people are currently undergoing a treatment for tuberculosis (TB), while an additional 34 are ...

Middle-Aged People with Migraine More Likely to Develop Parkinson’s disease, Study

Sep 19, 2014 AM EDT Middle-aged people suffering from migraine are more likely to be diagnosed with Parkinson's disease or other movement disorders later in life, according to a new study by the Uniformed Services ...

Anti-Inflammatory Drugs May Help Lower Blood Vessel Disease Risk in Diabetics: Study

Sep 12, 2014 AM EDT A Spanish University study found that inflammation might be the culprit behind high blood sugar levels' damaging effects on blood vessels. The findings suggest that anti-inflammatory medications could ...

Blood Transfusion Lowers Recurrence of Strokes In Children With Sickle Cell Anemia: Study

Aug 21, 2014 AM EDT Frequent blood transfusion therapy lowers recurrence of strokes in children with sickle cell anemia who already suffer pre-existing silent strokes, according to a Vanderbilt-led study.

Texas Researchers Develop New Urine Test to Detect “Mad Cow” Disease in Humans

Aug 08, 2014 AM EDT University of Texas researchers have developed a new urine test to detect a severe version of "Mad Cow" disease in humans.

Healthy Diet from Infancy Prevents Obesity and Chronic Disease, Study

Aug 07, 2014 AM EDT Adopting a healthy diet from infancy helps prevent childhood obesity and onset of chronic disease, according to a new study by the Queensland University of Technology.

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