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Brain Cancer Vaccine Statistics Show Results by Doubling Survival

US researchers stated on Monday that patients who had been diagnosed with brain cancer glioblastoma and were treated with the Celldex Therapeutics Inc vaccine lived up to double as long…

More Effective IVF Method

Researchers are hoping they have developed a way of predicting whether embryos from test tubes I’ll likely to develop properly. The tests are being made using a microscope and time…

Research Establishing ADHD as a Genetic Disorder Could Lead to Better Treatments

A research study at the Cardiff University establishes the first evidence that ‘Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder’ (ADHD) is genetic in nature and might have less to do with bad…

Air Conditioning for Better Health

A recent study at the California Environmental Protection Agency suggests that, air conditioning at home can largely mitigate health problems related to heat and temperature rises. Various illnesses including heat…

Anti-epilepsy Drugs might Cause Labor Induction and C-section

The obstetrics journal ‘BJOG’ reported ,women who have been diagnosed with epilepsy have a predisposition to have more problems during pregnancy than women who don’t suffer from this disease. However,…

Non-Invasive Surgery against Hay Fever Works

A new study published in the Archived of Otolaryngology- Head & Neck Surgery shows that a non-invasive surgery using radio frequency appeared to be helpful for people suffering from hay…

Genetically Modified Salmon Might End-up Being Sold in the United States

An advisory panel of the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced that it will make a recommendation on Monday with regard to the first genetically modified animal made by…

New Research Study Discovers that Milk could Aid in Weight Loss

The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition has just published a new study which suggests that milk could aid in weight loss. The study was performed during a period of two…

Carnegie Mellon University Study Establishes Cause for the High Level of Acceptability towards Industry Gifts

Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) recently published a study underlining the effect industry gifts from pharmaceutical companies have on doctors. The study establishes a hypothesis which states that doctors accept rewards…

KCA Calls Health Charity Organizations to Safeguard Patient Data

The Kidney Cancer Association (KCA) has launched a new website, Ethics101.org, through which it asks non-profit organizations to be more transparent by fully disclosing the relationships they have with corporate…