Health News Archive - November 29, 2011
"Today 1 in 110 Children are diagnosed with Autism, making it more common than Childhood Cancer, Juvenile Diabetes, and Pediatric AIDS combined," according to the Centers for Disease
Engineers at North Carolina State University have developed a new handle for infant car seats (ICSs) that makes it easier for parents to lift the seat out of a car – while retaining a firmer grip on the handle – making it less likely that the seat will be dropped.
Researchers from UCLA's cancer and stem cell centers have demonstrated for the first time that blood stem cells can be engineered to create cancer-killing T-cells that seek out and attack a human melanoma.
Taking aspirin to ward off strokes or heart attacks is not worth the risk for healthy, middle-aged women, according to a new Dutch study published in the European Heart Journal.
A discussion of the latest disc tear treatment options with top surgeon Dr.
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While there are dozens of caffeinated energy shots, drinks, gums, mints, pills and mouth sprays, Turbo Snort could change the way consumers get their morning jolt of caffeine â€“ by way of the
SYNERGY HomeCareâ€™s Holiday Care Services Assist Families with Senior Care and Holiday Preparation. Gilbert, Arizona (PRWEB) November 29, 2011 The holidays
Gilman Law LLP, a leading national securities law firm, is now accepting claims for lawsuits on behalf of Agnico-Eagle Mines, Ltd. shareholders.
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