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WSU Researchers Find Non-Invasive Way To Diagnose Prostate Cancer

Mar 24, 2017 AM EDT The method involves a device to filter cellular information from blood and urine.

University Of Georgia Researchers Use Algorithm To Rate Surgeons' Suturing Skill Level

Mar 14, 2017 AM EDT The system uses machine-learning algorithm and provides accurate ratings.

University Of Minnesota Researchers Find New Method To Warm Cryogenically Frozen Tissue

Mar 02, 2017 AM EST The new technique is called nanowarming and uses nanoparticles.

Stanford Dean Warns About Negative Impact Of Trump's Immigration Ban On Medicine

Feb 28, 2017 AM EST President Trump's immigration ban has had negative impacts on medicine, academia, business and tech.

Deep Brain Stimulation For Anorexia Therapy A Possibility

Feb 25, 2017 AM EST Scientists from the University of Toronto has found that deep brain stimulation may be a potential anorexia therapy.

Opioid Substitute Is Snail Venom For Pain Relief

Feb 24, 2017 PM EST The opioid epidemic still continues and scientists are looking at snail venom as an alternative.

American Cancer Society Organizes Relay For Life of Texas Tech University

Feb 23, 2017 AM EST The American Cancer Society kicks of Relay For Life fund raising campaign at Texas Tech University in April.

Testosterone And Older Men’s Health Yield Controversial Results, Says University Study

Feb 22, 2017 PM EST Older men using testosterone exhibit varied results and studies of risks and advantages are mixed.

Opioid Addiction Cures Are Psychedelic Drugs And Snail Venom, Says New Study

Feb 22, 2017 AM EST Drug prohibition is being looked at more closely as a new study finds that opioid addiction can be cured by psychedelic drugs.

University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill Finds Autism Clues In Early Brain Development

Feb 21, 2017 AM EST Researchers from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill found that early brain development biomarkers can flag high risk autism babies.

Artificially Intelligent IBM Assists In Cognitive Imaging System

Feb 21, 2017 AM EST An artificially intelligent IBM imaging system is going to help hospitals by studying anonymous patient data.

Doctors Who Give Opioid Prescription Cause Concern In Health Community

Feb 18, 2017 AM EST There are two studies that are looking into the over-prescription of opioids and other drugs that may be dangerous for the patient’s health.

NASA To Send Mice To Space For Bone Healing Study

Feb 18, 2017 AM EST Indiana University researchers are planning to spend mice into space via NASA mission.

Opioid Addiction Caused By Doctors, According To Medicine Study

Feb 17, 2017 AM EST In a new study from the New England Journal of Medicine, patients who are prescribed opioids are likely to become long term users of the drug.

Celebrity Health Advice Is Bad For Your Health, Says Law Professor

Feb 17, 2017 AM EST Why do people listen to celebrity health advices? A researcher finds that this is actually disadvantageous to one’s health.

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