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Number of new diabetes cases begins to decline in United States
Analysts said the 20 percent drop in the last six years may be attributed to people paying better attention to diet and getting more active. By Stephen Feller | Dec. 1, 2015 at 9:45 AM. Comments 0 Comments. share with facebook. share with twitter ...
New diabetes cases drop for first time in decades
New Diabetes Cases, at Long Last, Begin to Fall in the United States
The number of new US diabetes cases has finally dropped significantly, if unevenly
Anti-HIV pill, taken as needed, prevents infection in gay men
(Reuters Health) - The odds of getting HIV can be dramatically reduced by taking two pills prior to sex and two more after, according to a new study of 400 high-risk gay men and transgendered women published online by the New England Journal of ...
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New York Times
US Still in Danger of Losing War on AIDS, CDC Director Says
New York Times
Despite major medical advances and more than 30 years of effort, the United States is still in danger of losing the war on AIDS, according to the country's top disease-control official. In an essay in The New England Journal of Medicine published on ...
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Historic summit on gene editing and 'designer babies' convenes in Washington
Don't look now, but the future just pulled into town. Hundreds of scientists, policymakers and the president's science adviser have gathered Tuesday in Washington for what will be a three-day summit on genetic engineering, with a focus on a new ...
Scientists Debate CRISPR
New from the biotech store: an improved gene editing tool
Crispr Is Getting Better. Now It's Time to Ask the Hard Ethical Questions
Philadelphia Nonprofit Provides Free HIV Testing For World AIDS Day
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The nonprofit group Bebashi Transition to Hope is in its 30th year of educating people about HIV and AIDS, as well as providing crucial services to low-income residents. The group will spend World AIDS Day offering free HIV & AIDS ...
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Mosquito-borne chikungunya may cause fatal brain infection
With cases of chikungunya continuing to increase, researchers are advising travelers to affected countries be more vigilant at trying to prevent mosquito bites. File Photo by Jack Leonard/New Orleans Mosquito Control Board. | License Photo. WASHINGTON ...
Mosquito-Borne Chikungunya Virus May Lead to Fatal Brain Infection
Study looks into threat of Chikungunya, mosquito-borne disease
Mosquito-Borne Virus Chikungunya may Lead Severe Brain Infection and Even Death
Reduced Blood Flow In The Brain Persists Even After Concussion Symptoms Subside
Young athletes who suffered from a concussion may experience reduced cerebral blood flow even after the symptoms of the injury subside, a new study revealed. Researchers said the recovery goes beyond the manifestation of clinical symptoms.
Concussions Symptoms Persist After Initial Hit
After Concussion Symptoms Fade, Slowed Blood Flow in Brain May Persist
Reduced Blood Flow Seen in Brain After Clinical Recovery of Acute Concussion
Junior doctors hopeful for new contract negotiations
As the BMA re-enter negotiations with the government over new junior doctor contracts, one junior doctor in Hackney describes how the situation has gotten this bad and how he hopes ACAS can act as a referee in further negotiations. By Alastair Good.
Last-ditch junior doctor strike call impacts hundreds of patients in Yorkshire
Junior Doctors strike is 'inevitable' if Jeremy Hunt continues with 24/7 NHS plans
Strike called off but operations still cancelled
On World AIDS Day, condom maker calls for safe-sex emoji
LONDON Time for an official safe-sex emoji? Condom maker Durex says so and is presenting a formal submission on Wednesday, World AIDS Day, to get coding consortium Unicode to adopt one. In the run-up to the day - designed to unite people around the ...
Condom Maker Durex Wants a Safe-Sex Emoticon
â€‹Here's Your Last Chance to Get a Condom Emoji
A million more opt in as organ donors in Wales
It would mean that unless you opt-out of organ donation, it is assumed you agree to your organs being used for transplants after your death. Health officials say that the move will save hundreds of lives – but some religious groups have criticised the ...
Organ donation: Groundbreaking law change in Wales means all adults become donors
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Chirk woman hoping organ donor law can help save her and others