Neutrophils Could be a Promising Target for Kidney Failure Treatment in Cancer Patients

NEUTROPHILS COULD BE A PROMISING TARGET FOR KIDNEY FAILURE TREATMENT IN CANCER PATIENTS

A recent research suggests neutrophils could be a promising target for developing therapies in treating kidney failure in cancer patients.

AirFeet for Hip and Lower Back Pain - Just Ask Emily

AIRFEET FOR HIP AND LOWER BACK PAIN - JUST ASK EMILY

Emily is a women who suffered from chronic lower back pain, plantar fasciitis and bursitis. She reports having difficulty walking and...

 
 
 
Drinking Four Cups of Coffee Is Probably Safe

DRINKING FOUR CUPS OF COFFEE IS PROBABLY SAFE

“Bring it!” A Los Angeles news anchor yelped earlier this month in response to the announcement that “the world's strongest coffee”...

Study on prostate cancer treatment options reveals how ALL medical interventions devastate quality of life for men

STUDY ON PROSTATE CANCER TREATMENT OPTIONS REVEALS HOW ALL MEDICAL INTERVENTIONS DEVASTATE QUALITY OF LIFE FOR MEN

All prostate cancer treatments negatively impact the quality of life in male patients, a recent study showed. As part of the study,...

 
 
 
Placebo Effect Works for a Broken Heart too

PLACEBO EFFECT WORKS FOR A BROKEN HEART TOO

Research has shown that placebos - sham treatments with no active ingredients - can measurably ease pain, Parkinson's disease and other...

Frozen Food Foundation finds frozen food IS nutritious

FROZEN FOOD FOUNDATION FINDS FROZEN FOOD IS NUTRITIOUS

A new study has found that frozen fruits and vegetables are not only good for you, but that those who consume them eat more overall...

 
 
 
Artificial womb helps tiny lambs grow in ‘awe-inspiring' study that could help human preemies

ARTIFICIAL WOMB HELPS TINY LAMBS GROW IN ‘AWE-INSPIRING' STUDY THAT COULD HELP HUMAN PREEMIES

Researchers are creating an artificial womb to improve care for extremely premature babies - and remarkable animal testing suggests...

A step closer to 'exercise pill' to replace your workout

A STEP CLOSER TO 'EXERCISE PILL' TO REPLACE YOUR WORKOUT

The study by Augusta University, conducted in mice, showed that suppressing production of the protein myostatin enhances muscles -...

 
 
 
FDA names 14 'cruel' companies pedaling 'cancer cures'

FDA NAMES 14 'CRUEL' COMPANIES PEDALING 'CANCER CURES'

Investigators have spent months trawling the internet for products that claim to diagnose, treat or cure cancer - a crime punishable...

Exercise Benefits Aging Hearts, Even Those of The Obese

EXERCISE BENEFITS AGING HEARTS, EVEN THOSE OF THE OBESE

Physical activity helps ward off heart damage in middle age and beyond, study finds Related MedlinePlus Pages: Exercise and Physical...

 
 
 
Fed Up With Losing Their Kids To Drug Overdoses, Parents Share Their Stories

FED UP WITH LOSING THEIR KIDS TO DRUG OVERDOSES, PARENTS SHARE THEIR STORIES

Every morning, when I log into Facebook, I'm already braced for the punch. I know what I'll see. Another parent, another family, posting...

BOSE headphones spy on users to gather listener profiles, claims lawsuit

BOSE HEADPHONES SPY ON USERS TO GATHER LISTENER PROFILES, CLAIMS LAWSUIT

Bose is selling your personal information to third party mining companies, a new class-action lawsuit claims. The complaint filed in...

 
 
 
Global warming milestone: CO2 level reaches new high

GLOBAL WARMING MILESTONE: CO2 LEVEL REACHES NEW HIGH

Scientists from the Mauna Loa Observatory in Hawaii found that levels of carbon dioxide have reached record highs of 410 parts per...

Four new types of human blood cell are found by scientists

FOUR NEW TYPES OF HUMAN BLOOD CELL ARE FOUND BY SCIENTISTS

Researchers from Massachusetts Institute of Technology have found four new types of white blood cell that play a role in the body's...

 
 
 
Only One Out Of Five Child Abuse Victims Gets Treated: Study

ONLY ONE OUT OF FIVE CHILD ABUSE VICTIMS GETS TREATED: STUDY

In England and Wales, one in five children is severely injured due to child abuse.

Growing attention turns to cerebrospinal fluid pressure in glaucoma

GROWING ATTENTION TURNS TO CEREBROSPINAL FLUID PRESSURE IN GLAUCOMA

Reviewed by R. Rand Allingham, MD Elevated intraocular pressure has long been recognized to play a role in glaucoma, and data from...

 
 
 
Want to get over your recent break-up? Do anything

WANT TO GET OVER YOUR RECENT BREAK-UP? DO ANYTHING

This placebo effect influences brain regions associated with emotions and releases dopamine - known as the 'feel-good' hormone, researchers...

Financial Strain May Increase Chances of Low-birth-Weight Babies

FINANCIAL STRAIN MAY INCREASE CHANCES OF LOW-BIRTH-WEIGHT BABIES

Pregnant moms who are socioeconomically disadvantaged have a higher likelihood of having smaller babies.

 
 
 
Factors Associated With Mortality in Low-Risk Pediatric Critical Care Patients in The Netherlands*

FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH MORTALITY IN LOW-RISK PEDIATRIC CRITICAL CARE PATIENTS IN THE NETHERLANDS*

Objective: To determine differences between survivors and nonsurvivors and factors associated with mortality in pediatric intensive...

Statin Therapy May Benefit Patients With Hepatitis B or C Related Cirrhosis

STATIN THERAPY MAY BENEFIT PATIENTS WITH HEPATITIS B OR C RELATED CIRRHOSIS

Hepatitis B or C related cirrhosis in patients could be treated by using statin drugs, reveals study.