Wisconsin Mom and Daughter Diagnosed with Cancer 13 Days Apart – ABC News

Wisconsin Mom and Daughter Diagnosed with Cancer 13 Days Apart Courtesy Missy Shatley Share Tweet “/> World News Videos | US News Videos Copy It’s a battle they never thought they’d face, let alone at the same time. Missy and Brooke Shatley, a mother and daughter from Prairie Farm, Wisconsin, both have cancer. They were …

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Baby Boomer fitness tips

by Rance Costa Once upon a time reaching the age of 50 or 60 might as well have been a death sentence. Not only did our bodies slow down, but our self-image took the biggest blow as we lived in a society obsessed with youth. Welcome to 2010! We have more Baby Boomers and more …

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Free Medicine Papers

by garrettc Students pursuing medicine courses are required to complete medicine papers as part of their course.  Writing medicine is not easy and students require help.  Students experience a lot of trouble when writing medicine essays because they do not have skills of writing.   Also, they do not have time for conducting adequate research.  Medicine …

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How Has the Health Law Affected You?

By WSJ Staff Throughout 2014, The Wall Street Journal tracked the stories of people affected by the health law — the Faces of the Affordable Care Act. Many of you have shared your own experiences with the law, as well, and below is a sample of those stories. As we move into the second year …

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Children’s Lung Health Improves as Air Pollution Is Reduced, Study Says – New York Times (blog)

Photo Pollution hangs over Los Angeles in the early 1990s. A new study shows that reducing air pollution leads to improved lung function in children.Credit Steve Starr/Corbis For the first time, researchers have shown that reducing air pollution leads to improved respiratory function in children ages 11 to 15, a critical period of lung development. …

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Four Essential Skin Care Tips For Vibrant Skin

by classic_film It’s wonderful how several folks are unhappy with the condition of their skin. Several complain how their skin gets darker and additional tired wanting as they age. They conjointly speak concerning the sags, lines, and wrinkles that form over time. This could make someone look ten or a lot of years older. What …

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‘Vaccination is crucial to preventing cervical cancer’ – The Hindu

The number of people dying of cervical cancer in the world is now more than ever before, and health agencies should advise adolescent boys and girls to go in for proper vaccination to prevent them from contracting the disease, said Nobel Laureate Harald zur Hausen. While delivering a lecture on prevention of cancers linked to …

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A Mishap Sheds Light on an Ebola Vaccine – New York Times

The moment he felt a needle jab into his thumb in September on an Ebola ward in Sierra Leone, Dr. Lewis Rubinson knew he was at risk of contracting the deadly disease. What could he do but wait to see if he got sick, and hope that treatment would pull him through? Dr. Rubinson, an …

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FDA Approves First Of New Type Of Generic Drugs

Swiss drugmaker Novartis’ logo is seen behind scaffolding at the company’s plant in the northern Swiss town of Stein, shown in January. The company’s “biosimilar” drug Zarxio has received FDA approval. Arnd Wiegmann/Reuters/Landovhide caption itoggle caption Arnd Wiegmann/Reuters/Landov The Food and Drug Administration has approved the first in a class of generic drugs that are …

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