HRT Safe for Younger Women's Hearts: Study
Healthy women at low risk of cardiovascular disease may be able to take hormone replacement therapy soon after menopause for a short time without harming their hearts, according to a new study. Previous studies, including the large-scale Women's Health Initiative, found that...... [Full Story]
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An independent panel of scientists has confirmed that styrene - the key [Full Story]
Hormone Gel Can Ease Depression in Women
A hormone gel rubbed into the skin once a day can ease depression in women [Full Story]
A leading virologist who risked his own life to treat dozens of Ebola [Full Story]
Actor Michael Douglas, diagnosed with advanced throat cancer in 2010, told [Full Story]
Universal Cancer Test Discovered
British researchers have devised a simple blood test that they say can be used to detect and diagnose cancer. The test could enable doctors to rule out cancer in patients with certain symptoms simply, bypassing costly, time-consuming, and invasive diagnostic techniques. [Full Story]
Weekend Heart Attack Victims Less Likely to Survive: Study
People who arrive at the hospital with a heart attack during business hours are more likely to survive than those who show up on weeknights, weekends or holidays, according to a new study. [Full Story]
Love Hormone Oxytocin Improves Adult Autism
Treating certain adult autism patients with just a single dose of the hormone oxytocin quickly improved their ability to judge facial expressions and emotions, Japanese researchers report. [Full Story]
William Shatner Wheelchair-Bound After Horse-Riding Accident
Star Trek Icon William Shatner turned up at the Comic-Con convention in San Diego last week in a wheelchair after injuring his leg in a horse-riding accident. He described the incident as a temporary setback. [Full Story]
Scientists Developing Probiotic Treatment for Obesity
Inspired by previous studies on the subject, a team of researchers at Vanderbilt University in Nashville tested a strain of safe bacteria that has been used to treat diarrhea since its discovery 100 years ago an a treatment for obseity. [Full Story]
Yale Researchers Discover Diabetes 'On-Off Switch'
Yale researchers have identified a mechanism in the brain that amounts to a molecular 'on-off switch' for diabetes. The discovery indicates that switch is the key to sensing glucose levels and cold lead to new treatments for the metabolic disorder. [Full Story]
5 Ways to Boost Energy
Many people turn to coffee and other caffeinated beverages for a little pick-me-up. But such quick-fix energy boosters provide only temporary results and can negatively affect your heart rate, blood pressure, and mood. The good news is there are better, safer ways to boost your energy. [Full Story]
Running Adds 3 Years to Lifespan: Study
Runners may live an average three years longer than people who don't run, according to new research. But the best news from this study is that it appears that you can reap this benefit even if you run at slow speeds for mere minutes everyday. [Full Story]
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