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London :: United Kingdom | 2 years ago

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The randomized, double-blinded, placebo-controlled study met its primary endpoint of a dose-responsive increase in hemoglobin from baseline over the 42 days of the study (p<0.0001). The results show a significant, dose-responsive increase in

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Bethesda :: MD :: USA | 2 years ago

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About one-quarter of U.S. adults who have diabetes don't know they have it, but simple tests can diagnose the disease, a U.S. physician said. Dr. David Sacks of the Clinical Center of the National Institutes of Health, one important test is the A1C,

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San Ramon :: CA :: USA | 2 years ago

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At TED2012, TED fellow Myshkin Ingawale gave a talk on how he helped to develop a ***-free blood hemoglobin measurement device. His technology, conceived after 32 tries, seems to focus specifically on the developing world where cost and access are

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Toronto :: Canada | 2 years ago

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Bradley Rusk, 45, his wife Valerie, 37, and their children, 13-year-old Gabriel and 11-year-old Rebekah -- were found Jan. 29, along with a boarder in the home, Donald McNamee, 47. A concerned friend of the family made the discovery after not hearing

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Charlottesville :: VA :: USA | 2 years ago

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Contact Information Available for logged-in reporters only Description Oral blood samples drawn from deep pockets of periodontal inflammation can be used to measure hemoglobin A1c, an important gauge of a patient's diabetes status, an NYU nursing-

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New York City :: NY :: USA | 2 years ago

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Ryan Clark of the NFL's Pittsburgh Steelers, shown here in a file photo, had to sit out a playoff game in Denver because his sickle-cell trait can be exacerbated at high altitude. The American Society of Hematology says it doesn't think student

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Las Vegas :: NV :: USA | 2 years ago

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PRNewswire/ Doctors at Children's Hospital Boston are just another step closer to securing a cure for sickle cell disease thanks to a little help from some superstar friends. More than $1 million was raised in support of their research efforts on

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Colorado Springs :: CO :: USA | over 2 years ago

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Living here at 6,000 feet above sea level, the news about Pittsburgh Steelers' safety Ryan Clark hit close to home. Clark will not play against the Broncos in Sunday's AFC playoff game because the sickle cell trait he carries makes him more

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Luoyang :: China | over 2 years ago

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Chemical dumping turns Chinese waterway into river of blood No, this wasn't the work of Vigo the Carpathian or a bunch of overzealous Slayer fans. In the city of Luoyang, illegal manufacturing workshops dumped chemical dye in the Jian River. The dye

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Mumbai :: India | over 2 years ago

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Five Thane-based researchers, including two doctors, have created a device that can measure haemoglobin, oxygen saturation level in the blood and monitor heart rate without the prick of a needle for just Rs5. The device, TouchHb, will be available

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