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(Date:8/23/2017)... ARMONK, N.Y. , Aug. 23, 2017  The general public,s help ... the human microbiome—the bacteria that live in and on the human body ... ... bacteria in the human microbiome, starting with the gut. The project's goal ... in disease. Photo credit: IBM ...
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... Doheny HealthDay Reporter , TUESDAY, April 5 (HealthDay ... containing soy will increase the risk of a cancer recurrence, ... unfounded. "We did not see any evidence that soy ... deaths [from breast cancer]," said Dr. Xiao Ou Shu, a ...
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... Each year, more than 100,000 patients in the ... (ICD) for heart rhythm abnormalities. This number constitutes a ... guidelines advocate discussion of end of life care of ... not understand their options. Now, researchers at the University ...
... (HealthDay News) -- Extreme weight gain increases breast cancer survivors, ... has no effect on outcomes, a new study finds. ... United States and China, ages 20 to 83, whose weight ... with their pre-diagnosis weight. Extreme weight gain (10 percent ...
... fusion for scoliosis using the newest surgical techniques can expect ... a Hospital for Special Surgery study published online ahead of ... . Researchers had thought that the surgery would cause damage ... study showed that this was not the case. "Fusion ...
... Cancer risk increases with age, and scientists have long ... risk of cancer. Now, researchers at Fox Chase Cancer Center ... that expression of a key tumor suppressor protein induces premature ... professor in the Epigenetics and Progenitor Cell Program at Fox ...
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