Immune Therapy Can Lead to Remission in Leukemia

By Amy Norton HealthDay Columnist WEDNESDAY, Oct. 15, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- An experimental immune-system therapy can regularly lead to complete reduction in leukemia patients who have run out of other choices, a new think about affirms. Researchers found that 27...

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Solitude Speeds Effects of Aging

June 22, 2009 -- An dynamic social life may offer assistance elderly individuals battle the impacts of maturing. A modern study shows that more seasoned adults who rarely take part in social activities encounter a quicker rate of motor function decay than those with...

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10% of Doctors Sexually Harassed in Last 3 Years

June 21, 2018 -- Twelve percent of female specialists and 4% of male specialists said they have experienced sexual manhandle, badgering, or unfortunate behavior in the past 3 a long time, agreeing to Medscape's Sexual Harassment of Doctors: Report 2018. The results...

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The Cost of Childhood Obesity

May 1, 2002 -- We've heard the disturbing news: Our country is confronting an weight epidemic -- with increasingly children becoming hazardously overweight. We're beginning to get it what it's doing to our kids' current and future health. But there are other, less...

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State Laws Have Big Impact on Kids’ Gun Injuries

By Mary Elizabeth Dallas HealthDay Columnist FRIDAY, Sept. 15, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- Gun viciousness is more common among teens living in cities while adolescents in rural ranges are more likely to be involved in gun-related mischances, agreeing to modern inquire...

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Even a Little Walking Can Lengthen Your Life

By Robert Preidt HealthDay Reporter THURSDAY, Oct. 19, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- That evening walk you take after supper most nights may be doing you more great than you realize -- modern research proposes indeed a bit of regular walking can reduce your hazard of...

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Zika Vaccine Efforts Get Boost From Prior Research

By Dennis Thompson HealthDay Reporter THURSDAY, Jan. 28, 2016 (HealthDay News) -- Endeavors to make a Zika vaccine are getting a leg up from lessons learned amid earlier battles against other mosquito-borne infections, U.S. health authorities detailed Thursday....

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Ranking Asthma’s Indoor Culprits: Dust Mites Top List

Jan. 19, 2000 (Washington) -- The family could be a hostile environment for asthmatics, containing a variety of specialists that might cause or decline an attack, but a new report rates these threats in a way that is eventually aimed at helping individuals breathe...

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Praying for Health: Study Stirs Debate

Walk 31, 2006 -- In the largest ponder of its kind, a gather of analysts presented information that are beyond any doubt to blend talk about about a long-held otherworldly convention: imploring for the sick. The ponder inspected the effects of intercessory or "far...

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Wine Fine, Liquor No Quicker — But Beer Best

Lift those mugs tall. Dutch researchers report in a major restorative diary that -- at least in terms of anticipating heart infection -- lager is better than either wine or alcohol, and all are superior than water. Don't arrange the party just however, in spite of the...

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