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Salt Lake City :: UT :: USA | 1 day ago

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01 am Corey Jenkins/Cultura, via Getty Images Exercise makes us tired. A new study helps to elucidate why and also suggests that while it is possible to push through fatigue to reach new levels of physical performance, it is not necessarily wise.

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Lancaster :: NY :: USA | 2 days ago

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We talked here recently about the bellicose expressions often used in discussing the end of life the well-intended encouragement to keep fighting, to declare someone a fighter, to never give up. And then, when someone dies, to describe him or her as

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Cambridge :: United Kingdom | 2 days ago

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According to an alarming research, middle-age and older adults who take daytime naps at office or home may be at increased risk of dying. In particular, naps were linked with an increased risk of dying from respiratory diseases. Those between ages 40

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London :: United Kingdom | 2 days ago

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Scientists have used a genome-editing technique to cure mice of an inherited liver disease, raising the prospect that similar clinical trials on humans could begin within a few years. Britain's Independent reports that the scientists at MIT used a

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London :: United Kingdom | 2 days ago

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Scientists have used a genome-editing technique to cure mice of an inherited liver disease, raising the prospect that similar clinical trials on humans could begin within a few years. Britain's Independent reports that the scientists at MIT used a

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London :: United Kingdom | 3 days ago

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After waking up from surgery, Lyall was able to speak his first word Now free of medical equipment, he is enjoying freedom he never had Published: 06:35 EST, 21 April 2014 Updated: 07:37 EST, 21 April 2014 0 View comments The first word their child

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Christchurch :: New Zealand | 4 days ago

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Auckland [ change ] Few showers Max 21° Min 14° Canterbury dysphagia researcher returns from Baltimore University of Canterbury, Fuseworks April 21, 2014, 8:00 am A researcher who is highly trained in dysphagia, or swallowing difficulties, has

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Evansville :: IN :: USA | 13 days ago

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When researchers and, especially, the general public became aware of the potential medical uses of stem cells the possibilities seemed endless. The National Institutes of Health said this: ... a renewable source of replacement cells and tissues to

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Als :: Denmark | 19 days ago

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More than 1,000 runners and dozens of power walkers descended on Canton Saturday morning to compete in the first annual Brigance Brigade Foundation 5.7 K run, an event established to raise funds for those who suffer from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis,

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London :: United Kingdom | 19 days ago

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The study, released in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, found that at any point over that period, people who ate seven or more portions of fruits and vegetables dropped their risk of death from cancer by 25 percent and from

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