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World - Health - Sports - Science & Technology - Travel - Entertainment - Food

Books - Music - Arts - Business & Money - Fashion & Style - Movies

IF IT'S NEWS, IT'S HERE!
Never Again Miss A News
I created this website for those who love news, enjoy news and love to stay ahead. Alex Katiraie
(CreativityMotivation.COM, UXDesignSEO.COM)


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Knock, knock! Subscription box services are at your door
Date: Sun, 23 Jul 2017 06:30:00 PDT
From latimes.com
Subscription box services mean better health is at our door -- for a price.


Dump the junk with these barbecue treats that still carry plenty of pop
Date: Sun, 23 Jul 2017 07:00:00 PDT
From latimes.com

Those summer barbecue staples a buns, potato chips, alcohol and burgers a don't have to leave you feeling stuffed and bloated. Here are some ways to add healthful offerings to the table while keeping backyard gatherings festive.

Skinnier, more healthful buns

The slender One Bun Multi Grain Thin...



New C.D.C. Chief Saw Coca-Cola as Ally in Obesity Fight
Date: Sun, 23 Jul 2017 01:16:26 GMT
From https:
Dr. Brenda Fitzgerald said she would consider taking money from Coke for C.D.C. programs despite the agency's having cut ties with the company in the past.


Atezolizumab Response Tied to Selected PD-LI Expression in NSCLC (CME/CE)
Date: Sun, 23 Jul 2017 12:00:00 -0400
From medpagetoday.com
(MedPage Today) -- PD-L1 status may be predictive biomarker

'God is a Porcupine': That's Improbable!
Date: Sun, 23 Jul 2017 11:00:00 -0400
From medpagetoday.com
(MedPage Today) -- Also, is there an upside to interrupting?

Lower Readmissions Not Linked to Post-Discharge Mortality Risk
Date: Sun, 23 Jul 2017 10:00:00 -0400
From medpagetoday.com
(MedPage Today) -- Concerns that hospitals might not readmit patients out of fear of financial penalties are unfounded

Blood donation rules relaxed for gay men and sex workers
Date: Sun, 23 Jul 2017 07:08:23 GMT
From bbc.co
Accurate blood tests mean more groups can give blood safely, experts say.

Glioblastoma: John McCain's brain cancer diagnosis
Date: Sun, 23 Jul 2017 14:57:22 -0400
From feeds.cbsnews
The Hippocratic Oath advises doctors to first DO NO HARM - so imagine intentionally using a virus that causes paralysis in hopes of treating the deadliest form of brain cancer. That's what doctors are trying with some patients with glioblastoma, the same cancer Arizona Senator John McCain is now grappling with, by using a reengineered polio virus. Dr. Jon LaPook reports.


Preventing cancer with HPV vaccine
Date: Sun, 23 Jul 2017 14:57:31 -0400
From feeds.cbsnews
A vaccine exists that can actually prevent cancer, yet millions of people are not taking it. Dr. Tara Narula reports on how immunization against the human papillomavirus (or HPV) can prevent many cancers, but only two-thirds of girls and one-half of boys have received the vaccine.


Food and cancer
Date: Sun, 23 Jul 2017 14:02:16 -0400
From feeds.cbsnews
Can what you eat make a difference in preventing cancer, or in aiding cancer treatment itself? Correspondent Martha Teichner talks with Dr. Margaret Cuomo, dietician Mary-Eve Brown, chef Eric Levine, and patients undergoing chemotherapy about the relationship between diet and disease. Originally broadcast on March 12, 2017.


Foregoing reconstructive surgery after breast cancer
Date: Sun, 23 Jul 2017 14:24:26 -0400
From feeds.cbsnews
Some women who have lost breasts to cancer have chosen to deal with their loss in a fashion that is sparking conversations, and controversy. They call it "going flat." Instead of reconstructing their bodies with surgical implants, they are embracing their scars, and even baring them in defiance of the disease. Erin Moriarty of "48 Hours" reports.


New hope for children with cancer
Date: Sun, 23 Jul 2017 14:41:44 -0400
From feeds.cbsnews
They're miracles in small packages. Nearly 16,000 kids worldwide are diagnosed with cancer every year, but their odds of beating it have never been better. Tracy Smith reports on the advances being made against pediatric cancers, made possible in part by the fundraising of charities like Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation.


Dogs assist the fight against bone cancer
Date: Sun, 23 Jul 2017 14:40:20 -0400
From feeds.cbsnews
Comparative oncology, a rapidly-growing field of cancer research, pairs veterinarians with human doctors in the fight against cancer. Because certain cancers in dogs and people share striking similarities, the hope is that a new treatment for dogs, if successful, could be applied to people, too. Susan Spencer reports.


Immunotherapy, a new weapon against cancer
Date: Sun, 23 Jul 2017 14:24:11 -0400
From feeds.cbsnews
Dr. Jon LaPook introduces us to the next frontier of cancer treatment: immunotherapy, in which the body's own immune system is genetically modified to detect and destroy cancer cells.


Studying cancer clusters
Date: Sun, 23 Jul 2017 13:43:12 -0400
From feeds.cbsnews
Anna Werner examines the subject of cancer clusters, and how difficult it is to detect and link environmental causes to cancer cases. Originally broadcast on March 12, 2017.


How scorpions help kill cancer
Date: Sun, 23 Jul 2017 13:37:12 -0400
From feeds.cbsnews
Scorpions can be deadly, but they can also help save lives. Researchers have discovered that molecules derived from the scorpion's venom, combined with fluorescent dye, will stick to cancer cells and light up tumors on scans, so that surgeons can see precisely where to cut. Susan Spencer reports. Originally broadcast on March 12, 2017.


Glioblastoma: New tools against brain cancer
Date: Sun, 23 Jul 2017 16:12:30 -0400
From feeds.cbsnews
There are new therapies on the horizon for the very aggressive form of cancer afflicting Senator John McCain


A history of cancer
Date: Sun, 23 Jul 2017 13:16:23 -0400
From feeds.cbsnews
In his Pulitzer Prize-winning book, physician and scientist Siddhartha Mukherjee called cancer "The Emperor of All Maladies." He and anchor Jane Pauley discuss the milestones in cancer's history, and the breakthroughs in mankind's attempt to conquer it. Originally broadcast on March 12, 2017.


HPV vaccine: Why aren't children getting it?
Date: Sun, 23 Jul 2017 14:26:06 -0400
From feeds.cbsnews
The most underutilized immunization for children can also prevent many forms of cancer - but one-third of girls and one-half of boys aren't being vaccinated


Pediatric cancer: Miracles in small packages
Date: Sun, 23 Jul 2017 14:12:59 -0400
From feeds.cbsnews
Thousands of kids are diagnosed with cancer every year, but their odds of beating it have never been better


Immunotherapy: The next frontier in cancer treatment
Date: Sun, 23 Jul 2017 13:57:20 -0400
From feeds.cbsnews
In this promising new area of cancer research, the patientas own immune system is genetically altered to fight cancer cells


A matter of choice: Mastectomies without reconstruction
Date: Sun, 23 Jul 2017 14:11:09 -0400
From feeds.cbsnews
A growing number of breast cancer survivors are deciding to ago flata and embrace their scars, even baring them publicly


On The Horizon: How dogs may help fight bone cancer
Date: Sun, 23 Jul 2017 14:07:17 -0400
From feeds.cbsnews
Veterinarians team up with cancer doctors in the field of comparative oncology to find a cure for osteosarcoma