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Study Shows Eating Cheese May Not Increase Cholesterol
ROBOT PERFORMS FIRST LAPAROSCOPIC SURGERY WITHOUT HUMAN HELP
Analysis Reveals Rare Respiratory Disease Is More Common Than Previously Thought
2 Proteins Could Be Key To Long And Healthy Life
The Growing Economic Burden Of Heart Failure In America
Men Who Worry More May Develop Heart Disease And Diabetes Risk Factors At Younger Ages
Study Suggests Ultrasound Stimulation May Be An Effective Therapy For Alzheimer's Disease
Study Reveals Fourfold Range In Rates Of Mental Health Problems Among US Children Based On Relational And Social Risks
Cocaine’s Part in the Drug Epidemics
AI Can Identify Heart Disease From An Eye Scan
Most 'Pathogenic' Genetic Variants Have A Low Risk of Causing Disease
Combined 3D Modelling Technique Predicts Abnormal Heart Rhythms In Patients With Genetic Heart Disease
Lead lurking in your soil? New Chicago project maps distribution
Sudden Cardiac Death Rarely Occurs During Sexual Intercourse Among The Young
Another Way 'Good' Cholesterol Is Good: Combatting Inflammation
NO AMOUNT OF ALCOHOL IS GOOD FOR THE HEART, SAYS WORLD HEART FEDERATION
TV Watching Linked With Potentially Fatal Blood Clots
Epidemiologists Develop Advanced State-Of-The-Art Tool For Measuring The Pace Of Aging
Dementia: How To Prevent Cognitive Decline
Supplement Appears To Boost Muscle, Mitochondria Health
First clinical-grade transplant of gene-edited pig kidneys into brain-dead human
Artificial Intelligence Accurately Predicts Who Will Develop Dementia In Two Years
Mediterranean Diet Associated With A Lower Risk Of Mortality In Older Adults
Ivermectin Rx for COVID-19: Insurance coverage doesn’t match evidence
T cells from common colds cross-protect against infection with SARS-CoV-2
Study finds hydroxychloroquine delays disability for least treatable form of multiple sclerosis
Difference Between Retina’s Biological Age And Person’s Chronological Age Linked To Increased Risk Of Death
Why Do We Forget? New Theory Proposes 'Forgetting' Is Actually A Form Of Learning
Scientists Dive Deep Into The Different Effects Of Morning And Evening Exercise
Inciting Instead Of Coercing, 'Nudges' Prove Their Effectiveness
Harnessing The Brain's Plasticity To Acquire Epilepsy Resilience
New Mechanism For Protecting DNA Identified
The first AI breast cancer sleuth that shows its work
A portable prostate cancer test may help reach underserved men
Arthritis-related gene also regenerates cartilage in joints and growth plates
Research Boosts Case for New Gene Therapy to Treat Severe Form of Epilepsy
Dried goji berries may provide protection against age-related vision loss
Like our social media feeds, our brains take a little while to update
Nanotherapy offers new hope for the treatment of Type 1 diabetes
Epstein-Barr Virus May Be Leading Cause Of Multiple Sclerosis
Is Marijuana a Safe Way to Treat Eating Disorders?
What Your Sweat Says About Your Health
Study: Get Moving To Put The Brakes On Early Parkinson’s
Swapping Just 1 Food Item Daily Can Make Diets More Planet-Friendly
Study challenges evolutionary theory that DNA mutations are random
Regrowing cartilage in a damaged knee gets closer to fixing arthritis
DNA sequencing technique helps undiagnosed patients find answers in mere hours
Key Neural Mechanism Believed To Support Advanced Cognitive Abilities Uncovered
Safe drinking water remains out of reach for many Californians
Chewing To Stay Slim: How To Savor Your Food Better And Dodge Weight Gain Too