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Currently, during daily activities and alimentary habits, diabetics need to monitor their glucose levels by piercing the skin, 3 to 10 times per day. For someone with ...

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Tribeca: 72-Year-Old Neurologist-Turned-Filmmaker For Festival’s Most Unique Movie

In an industry that caters to youth and is thought to be rampant with ageism, there is some encouraging news coming out of the Tribeca Film Festival tonight. It is the prem...

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Not-So-Bitter Pill

Oral contraceptive use not associated with increased birth defects risk. Oral contraceptives taken just before or during pregnancy do not increase the risk of birth defects...

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Not-So-Bitter Pill

Oral contraceptive use not associated with increased birth defects risk. Oral contraceptives taken just before or during pregnancy do not increase the risk of birth defects...

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Artificial Patients, Real Learning

The patient’s blood pressure had reportedly crashed in the ambulance; a gunshot wound had damaged the heart. In the operating room, a medical resident, Dr. Dan Hashim...

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Ebola risk high for India: Expert

In an exclusive email interview with “The Hindu” Harvard Medical School Professor Ashish Jha, predicts that India may well have “at least a few cases befo...

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Too much sun could make you a UV addict, raise cancer risk

It is common knowledge that exposure to sunlight helps the skin synthesise vitamin D. But at the same time prolonged exposure can also lead to skin cancer. The degree to wh...

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At risk of HIV? Pop a pill for protection, says CDC

Half a million Americans should consider taking Truvada, a pill that prevents HIV infection. This is the upshot of updated clinical guidelines from the US Centers for Disea...

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Global HIV Vaccine closer to reality

WASHINGTON: Scientists have found that bioinformatically optimised HIV vaccine antigens may help design a global HIV vaccine.

A scientific team led by Beth Israel D...

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UCLA Launches Global Media Center For Social Impact

The Fielding School of Public Health at UCLA has established an innovative new center to
increase awareness of important health issues and improve the well-being of pe...

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