PCSK9 inhibitors: Studies needed to prove efficacy and safety in chronic kidney disease

PCSK9 inhibitors: Studies needed to prove efficacy and safety in chronic kidney disease

Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is associated with a substantially increased risk for the development o...
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Deadly tick-borne virus cured with experimental flu drug, in mice

Deadly tick-borne virus cured with experimental flu drug, in mice

Only a few cases of the newly discovered Bourbon v...
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Watchdog: Abuse and neglect in nursing facilities unreported

Watchdog: Abuse and neglect in nursing facilities unreported

Nursing facilities have failed to report thousands...
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Peptides that mimic ‘good cholesterol’ reverse inflammatory bowel disease in mice

Peptides that mimic ‘good cholesterol’ reverse inflammatory bowel disease in mice

Peptides that mimic the function of HDL cholestero...
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Doctor discovers 100 bubble tea pearls in girl’s abdomen during CT scan: report

Doctor discovers 100 bubble tea pearls in girl’s abdomen during CT scan: report

Study finds drinking hot tea linked to increased e...
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‘Treat All’ policies for HIV in Africa lead to major improvements in rapid uptake of treatment

‘Treat All’ policies for HIV in Africa lead to major improvements in rapid uptake of treatment

A new study published in PLoS Medicine found that ...
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Protein shows promise in treating Parkinson’s disease

Protein shows promise in treating Parkinson’s disease

The true cause of Parkinson’s disease is sti...
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Human pancreases could be grown in RODENTS in a bid to cure diabetes

Human pancreases could be grown in RODENTS in a bid to cure diabetes

Human pancreases could be grown in RODENTS in a bi...
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Women 'not being warned' about side effects of removing abnormal cells in cervix

Women 'not being warned' about side effects of removing abnormal cells in cervix

Thousands of women who receive treatment for abnor...
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Study finds tie between attributing hostile intent and aggression in children and youth

Study finds tie between attributing hostile intent and aggression in children and youth

Children who tend to attribute hostile motives to ...
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