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Published on 20 July 2018 | 2:43 pm


Priest-Neuroscientist: Embryo Gene-Editing Poses Inescapable Ethical Problems - National Catholic Register


National Catholic Register

Priest-Neuroscientist: Embryo Gene-Editing Poses Inescapable Ethical Problems
National Catholic Register
LONDON — Genetic editing of human embryos, even in special circumstances, ignores the complex ethical problems related to creating and destroying human embryos, a Catholic bioethicist has said. “On first glance, genetic editing of human embryos to ...

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Published on 20 July 2018 | 2:23 pm


Love diet soda? It can lower recurrence of colon cancer - Economic Times


Economic Times

Love diet soda? It can lower recurrence of colon cancer
Economic Times
WASHINGTON: Drinking artificially sweetened beverages is associated with a significantly lower risk of colon cancer recurrence and cancer death, a study claims. "Artificially sweetened drinks have a checkered reputation in the public because of ...
Alternative cancer therapies linked to reduced survivalBBC News
Lower colon cancer death risk among diet-soda drinkersFuturity: Research News
Complementary Therapies May Increase Risk Of Early Death In Cancer PatientsTech Times
Science Daily -The Times -NBCNews.com -Times of India
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Published on 20 July 2018 | 1:49 pm


'Dangerous complacency' threatens gains in global fight against HIV/Aids - The Week UK


The Week UK

'Dangerous complacency' threatens gains in global fight against HIV/Aids
The Week UK
Dwindling public attention and stalled funding for the fight against the global HIV/Aids pandemic is endangering efforts to eradicate the disease, a new report warns. That “dangerous complacency” comes as rates of new HIV infections are climbing in ...
Experts: World Must Maintain Focus on HIVMedPage Today
Latest UN Report Shows Major Drop In Rate Of HIV Infections In IndiaNDTV
PrEP Could Reduce HIV Infection Rates. So Why Isn't It Cheaper?Daily Beast
CTV News -gulfnews.com -The Daily Pennsylvanian -WBUR
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Published on 20 July 2018 | 1:21 pm


Derry has one of highest premature death rates - Derry Journal


Derry Journal

Derry has one of highest premature death rates
Derry Journal
Deprived areas of Derry and Strabane Council area have some of the highest premature death rates in the UK, new research has shown. In the poorer parts of DCSDC area, there were 445 avoidable deaths per 100,000 between 2012 and 2016. This was the ...

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Published on 20 July 2018 | 12:40 pm


Overuse of Smartphone May Hamper Memory In Teens: 4 Memory Boosting Foods - NDTV


NDTV

Overuse of Smartphone May Hamper Memory In Teens: 4 Memory Boosting Foods
NDTV
Dear teenagers, here's another reason to keep aside your smartphone for a while. If the findings of a latest study are to be believed, teenagers who have increased exposure to radiation from screens of their mobile phones, may face problems with memory ...
Mobile phone radiation may affect memory performance in adolescentsMedical Xpress
How to protect your brain from mobile phone radiations?India Today
Here's how cellphone radiation is affecting your healthETHealthworld.com
The Inquisitr
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Published on 20 July 2018 | 12:23 pm


Scientists are developing an eye drop to treat age-related vision loss - Economic Times


Economic Times

Scientists are developing an eye drop to treat age-related vision loss
Economic Times
LONDON: Scientists are developing an eye drop that could revolutionise the treatment for age-related macular degeneration (AMD), the leading cause of blindness in the developed world. It is estimated that, by 2020, there will be about 200 million ...
Revolutionary eye drops to treat age-related macular degenerationDrug Target Review
Novel eye drop may treat age-related vision loss: StudyThe New Indian Express
Researchers are One Step Closer to Developing Eye Drops to Treat Age-Related Macular DegenerationTechnology Networks
Business Standard
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Published on 20 July 2018 | 11:58 am


She cut her leg shaving, then had to have it amputated - Independent Online


Independent Online

She cut her leg shaving, then had to have it amputated
Independent Online
But the wound on Tanya Czernozukow's limb became so badly infected that she ended up having it amputated above the knee. The 43-year-old said: 'It has been an absolute nightmare. It looked like I had a flesh-eating bug. It just kept growing and growing ...
Woman loses right leg after injury she ignored gets infected by flesh eating bugDeccan Chronicle
Woman Has Leg Amputated After Getting Flesh-Eating Bug From Shaving CutLADbible

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Published on 20 July 2018 | 11:45 am


Beware! CT Scans Could Up Brain Tumor Risk: 6 Other Risk Factors Of Brain Tumor - NDTV


NDTV

Beware! CT Scans Could Up Brain Tumor Risk: 6 Other Risk Factors Of Brain Tumor
NDTV
While CT scans can be helpful for diagnosing an underlying health condition, a new research reveals something distressing. A new study shows that medical imaging techniques like CT scans can increase the risk of brain tumor. The number of computed ...
University staff raise over £16000 for the Brain Tumour Research charityBrain Tumour Research
CT scans may increase brain cancer riskZee News
Radiation from CT scans can increase risk of brain cancer in childrenMedical Device Network
Brinkwire (press release)
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Published on 20 July 2018 | 11:03 am


'My son needs a miracle' - mum of boy (9) who has rare form of cancer following transplant - Independent.ie


Independent.ie

'My son needs a miracle' - mum of boy (9) who has rare form of cancer following transplant
Independent.ie
The mother of a nine-year-old boy who had a liver transplant four months ago but is now fighting for his life, has appealed for people to pray for him saying, “he needs a miracle.” Charlie Lynch had astounded doctors in London with how well he did ...
Offaly boy fighting for his life after devastating cancer diagnosisOffaly Express

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Published on 20 July 2018 | 10:22 am


Eating more fruits and vegetables regularly may keep breast cancer away - Economic Times


Economic Times

Eating more fruits and vegetables regularly may keep breast cancer away
Economic Times
WASHINGTON D.C. [USA]: Women, take note! Eating a diet rich in fruits and vegetables can reduce the risk of breast cancer, finds a study. Led by researchers from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, the study found cruciferous vegetables such as ...
Eating dinner earlier could reduce cancer riskMedical News Today
Breast cancer warning - this is how much fruit and veg you should eat to lower riskExpress.co.uk
Alternate facts: Why are we still telling women that abortion causes breast cancer?Genetic Literacy Project
Times LIVE -Metro -News-Medical.net -The New Indian Express
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Published on 20 July 2018 | 10:18 am








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