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New way to therapy for rare cancer targeting the young
After years of rigorous research, a team of scientists has identified the genetic engine that drives a rare form of liver cancer.
Air pollution may cause infertility for ‘significant number of couples’
Air pollution may be causing infertility for a ‘significant number of couples’ a new study suggested.
Almost 21m worldwide have access to HIV meds
The number of people with HIV who take life-saving antiretroviral medications has increased by tens of millions worldwide in recent decades, a United Nations report said.
Getting annual flu shot won't weaken immune system
There's no evidence to support the notion that people who get the flu vaccine every year somehow ‘weaken’ their immune system over time, researchers said.
Diabetes drug 'could be used to end agony of transplant rejection'
An experimental diabetes drug could be used to end the agony of transplant rejection, British scientists said.
Knee arthritis, most common joint disease
By Sadeq Dehqan & Katayoon Dashti
Office workers want more time standing, doing physical activity
People with desk jobs want to move more, a new study suggested.
Heavier women may need more frequent mammograms
Women who are overweight or obese may need to be screened for breast cancer more frequently, new Swedish research suggested.
High blood pressure: ‘Real advance’ in combating condition that affects millions
Scientists have announced a ‘real advance’ in combating high blood pressure, a condition that affects millions and leads to heart attacks and strokes.
Research refutes theory linking family income, genetics, brain development
Researchers have debunked a popular theory linking socioeconomic status, genetics and cognitive development.
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