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Aspirin could cut the risk of dying from cancer by up to 20 percent – study

A new study suggests that taking low doses of aspirin may increase survival for cancer patients by up to a fifth, as well as reduce the spread of the disease. Used for decades to treat pain, fever and inflammation, aspirin […]

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Asthma: study may explain why some patients do not respond to treatment

For some people with asthma, current treatments fail to work. Now, researchers may have shed light on why this is, after uncovering an alternative cause for the respiratory

Sustained stress can cause memory loss and inflammation in the brain

Sustained stress erodes memory, and the immune system plays a key role in the cognitive impairment, according to the findings of a new study by scientists at Ohio

High sugar diet as damaging to the brain as extreme stress, experts warn

In light of mounting evidence indicating the link between a high sugar diet and ill health, it is now widely accepted that more should be done to encourage

Baldness Linked to Risk for Prostate Cancer Deaths

Over the past 20 years, studies have repeatedly linked male pattern baldness with higher risk for prostate cancer. The tie makes sense because hormones called androgens play a

Prevent back pain with exercise, not orthotics, review says

Low back pain is one of the most common health problems in the world, with at least 80 per cent of people experiencing at least one episode in

Zika virus may be more easily transmitted than thought

WILLEMSTAD, Curacao -- Last week, the new minister of public health, Sigfried Victorina, noted two cases of the zika virus present in Curacao and, given the proximity to

‘No evidence that CT scans, X-rays cause cancer’

Researchers conclude there is no proof that low-level radiation from medical imaging - such as X-ray and computed tomography scans - causes cancer. They say it is time

Miracle Cure For Erectile Dysfunction – Jamaica’s Very First ED Cellular Therapy Restores Sexual Performance

Suffering from erectile dysfunction for more than five years because of chronic diabetes, a 53-year-old man is now springing with joy, thanks to what is deemed a ‘miracle

Use of genetically modified mosquitoes to kill disease-carrying vectors expands after success

OXFORD, England, Tuesday January, 19, 2016 – A project using genetically modified (GM) male mosquitoes to kill off the disease-carrying vectors is being expanded in Brazil, as the

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