Decade of hormone therapy reduces the recurrence of breast cancer

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When the duration of hormone therapy for women with early-stage breast cancer doubled from five to 10 years, It reduces the risk of recurrence and tumors in the other breast development, according to a study. Decade of hormone therapy reduces breast cancer recurrence The study focused on a type of early-stage breast cancer known as […more]

The conversion of the cells that cause cirrhosis-a healthy liver cells in mice

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More than 600,000 patients in the United States alone suffer from end-stage liver disease or cirrhosis. The only cure available is liver transplantation, but the shortage of donor livers means only 6,000 patients benefit from this treatment each year in the US, and more than 35,000 patients die. conversion cells that cause cirrhosis-a healthy liver […more]

The bacteria used to produce Bio-friendly plastic

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A system unique bio-refinery to make plastics from natural sources in a manner that respects the environment and sustainable is now discovered. The bacteria used to produce plastic Bio-friendly Team Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) developed by metabolically engineered strains of Escherichia coli to synthesize unnatural, bio polymers of medical importance, including […more]

Overweight babies consume larger meals compared with young children healthy weight for children who are overweight

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consume larger meals, but eat more often compared to babies healthy weight, new study has found. Infants overweight Eating more healthy foods in weight compared to children The results showed that overweight children were eating larger meals totaling 141 calories than healthy weight newborns with 130 calories in each meal. In addition, overweight children seemed […more]

Fitness weight wins When is the good cholesterol

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Research has shown that high levels of good cholesterol, also known as high density lipoprotein (HDL), seem to have a protective effect against heart disease. With wins weight When it comes to good cholesterol Instead of depositing fat in the blood vessels of the way the “bad” cholesterol (low-density lipoprotein (LDL)) does, HDL cholesterol seems […more]

Experts express concern for unnecessary treatment of mild hypertension

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More than half of people with mild hypertension are treated with medication. However, the treatment of low-risk patients with slightly hypertensive drug has not been proven to reduce cardiovascular disease or death. Experts expresses its concern about the unnecessary treatment of mild hypertension Dr. Stephen Martin and his colleagues argue that this strategy is failing […more]

Man suffers burns During Kerosene Fire-Breathing

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Double A fire-breathing trick in the weekly community event in Justins Park in Burleigh Heads, he went wrong when the flames were in the throat of a man 20 years old. He was taken to hospital suffering internal burns after inhalation of a mixture of fire and kerosene. Man suffers burns During Double kerosene fire-breathing […more]

Even skin wound minor in diabetics can become cellulite

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Nearly seventy percent of mild skin breaks in patients with diabetes can become cellulite – one bacterial infection that spreads throughout the body and bloodstream causing threat to life, doctors have said. skin wound Even minor in diabetics can become cellulite According to them, cellulite becomes dangerous because it destroys tissue and even carry the […more]

Bacteria found in the female reproductive tract Alto, previously considered sterile

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Thousands of different types of microorganisms living in and on the body, playing votes roles in digestion or help the body’s natural defense system. Now, scientists at the University of North Carolina Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center have found small organisms living in the upper female reproductive tract, an environment which said they were thought to […more]