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1 Study adds to evidence that increasing dietary fiber reduces the risk of developing diabetes
2 Scientists identify origins of process that is key to diabetes
3 Melanoma, pediatric cancer and lymphoma dominate research from NYU Langone at ASCO 2015
4 Clinical trial reduces stress of cancer caregivers
5 New chip makes testing for antibiotic-resistant bacteria faster, easier
6 NYU researchers find 'decoder ring' powers in micro RNA
7 Endoscopic removal of spinal tumor with the patient awake at Rhode Island Hospital
8 False breast cancer alarm has negative impact on health
9 Fast chip test for antibiotic-resistant bacteria in sight
10 New urine test may lessen need to draw blood
11 The safe use of flavorings in e-cigarettes
12 Imaging test may identify biomarker of Alzheimer's disease
13 A chip placed under the skin for more precise medicine
14 Changing diagnosis codes will challenge emergency medicine
15 Cocaine addiction, craving and relapse
16 Breakthrough measures Parkinson's progression in the brain
17 How racial stereotypes impact the way we communicate
18 Study examines association of genetic variants with cognitive impairment
19 Study finds association between exposure to aflatoxin and gallbladder cancer
20 New technique speeds nanoMRI imaging
21 Governments take decisive step towards more affordable vaccines
22 Oldest old less likely to be investigated or aggressively treated after surgery
23 BMJ opinion piece calls for reclassification of psychedelics
24 Children's National first in US to destroy bone tumors with incisionless surgery
25 Verax Biomedical gains FDA clearance for expanded platelet safety measure testing indications
26 Devices designed to identify pathogens in food
27 Cultural health beliefs and social networks crucial in South Asian people's management of diabetes
28 Pivotal study showing talimogene laherparepvec showed durable response rates in metastatic melanoma published
29 Mediterranean diet could reduce risk of endometrial cancer
30 Moderate drinking linked to heart damage in the elderly
31 Hidden fragrance compound can cause contact allergy
32 Communication made easier for children with cerebral palsy
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34 First European approval of drug to treat genetic kidney disease ADPKD
35 Medical school deans say funding cuts jeopardize research and clinical medicine
36 Hip fracture drug prevention strategies are 'pointless'
37 Researchers seek to set new trauma and PTSD research agenda
38 Cooperation among viral variants helps hepatitis C survive immune system attacks
39 Hearing protection: what are my options?
40 430,000-year-old skull fractures may represent earliest case of murder in humans
41 Programming probiotics for early detection of liver cancer metastases
42 Sex chromosomes--why the Y genes matter
43 Molecules involved in Alzheimer's have a role in weakening of connections between neurons
44 A new era for genetic interpretation
45 Mental health care access for teens improving, but less for communities with disparities
46 African-Americans at lower socioeconomic levels have increased risk of heart disease
47 Binding points along the genome mapped of a scaffolding protein crucial to maintaining the genome's structure
48 Large-scale analysis of medication data provides insights into who is covered by ACA
49 Study in Nigeria finds 1 in 10 malaria drugs are poor quality
50 'Cell-squeezing' expands options for immunotherapy vaccines
51 New hominin species joins Lucy on the human family tree
52 Scientists identify key to preventing secondary cancers
53 Study could explain why ovarian cancer treatments fail
54 3-D printing technique explored to help treat type 1 diabetes
55 Researchers identify origin of chromosomal oddity in some cancer cells
56 Diagnosing cancer with help from bacteria
57 Getting 'inked' may come with long-term medical risks, physicians warn
58 Zebrafish model gives new insight on autism spectrum disorder
59 NYU researchers examine obesity perceptions among Chinese-American adults in NYC
60 Are antidepressants more effective than usually assumed?
61 People with multiple sclerosis may have double the risk of dying early
62 Signal identified that prompts one kidney to grow larger when the other is lost
63 Homely men who misbehave can't win
64 Modifying stem cells shows initial promise in battle against muscular dystrophy
65 Hodgkin's lymphoma: The treatment can have late sequelae
66 Beliefs and family crucial in South Asian people's management of diabetes
67 Brain signals contain the code for your next move
68 ACMG says Clingen will be critical resource for interpretation of genome-scaletesting to improve patient care
69 6th World Congress on Cell & Stem Cell Research, February 29--March 2, 2016, Philadelphia
70 Study identifies brain regions activated when pain intensity doesn't match expectation
71 Scorpion venom has toxic effects against cancer cells
72 Europe's orthopaedic experts consult on how to optimize prevention and therapy strategies
73 NHS Inpatient 2014 results show positive patient perception yet significant improvements are still needed
74 Importance of clinically actionable results in genetic panel testing for cancer
75 Weak electric current to the brain may improve thinking in people with schizophrenia
76 Study reveals novel use of 3-D imaging for measurement of injectable wrinkle reducers
77 Component in green tea may help reduce prostate cancer in men at high risk, Moffitt Cancer Center researchers say
78 Promising trial of brigatinib shows all next-gen ALK inhibitors may not be created equal
79 ASCO: Trial creates 6 percent weight loss after breast cancer treatment
80 Starting antiretroviral treatment early improves outcomes for HIV-infected individuals
81 Tumor surroundings are shown to affect progression of different cancer subtypes
82 'Do' is better than 'don't' when it comes to eating better
83 Iowa researchers find ending Medicaid dental benefit costly
84 Pinpointing natural cancer drug's true origins brings sustainable production a step closer
85 Machine-learning breakthrough paves way for medical screening, prevention and treatment
86 Medical millirobots offer hope for less-invasive surgeries
87 UMN research identifies potential proteins to target in osteosarcoma treatment
88 Autism and rare childhood speech disorder often coincide
89 New technology could save the lives of more transplant patients, new research suggests
90 Are marketplace enrollees sicker than those with employer-sponsored insurance?
91 AMA plan to improve teamwork between GPs and pharmacists to provide better patient care
92 Researchers from the University of York pilot mental health training programme for nurses amid the Ebola outbreak
93 In diabetic rats a poor diet can cause Alzheimer's or Parkinson
94 Non-fatal suicidal behaviors in U.S. army administrative records and accompanying commentaries
95 Study finds that 5.8% of the general population have experienced psychotic episodes
96 Periprosthetic knee infections: major drain on health systems, new therapeutic approaches
97 Major clinical trial supports early treatment for all HIV patients
98 Entolimod may be a promising treatment option for many solid tumors
99 Researchers developing new targeted and immune therapies for colorectal cancer molecular subtypes
100 New electronic stent could provide feedback and therapy--then dissolve
101 New online tool to predict genetic resistance to tuberculosis drugs
102 Roadside air can be more charged than under a high-voltage power line
103 Genelux announces promising data from two phase I trials of GL-ONC1 in head and neck cancer and mesothelioma
104 Health must be given higher priority in climate summit say physician leaders
105 FDA approves two therapies to treat IBS-D
106 The analogy that builds human thought
107 Increased risks in pregnancy for obese mothers and their babies, says study
108 Scientific discovery may stop breast cancer spreading to the bones
109 Deadly ovarian cancer outsmarts chemotherapy
110 Western University study shows 88 percent of Facebook users 'creep' ex-partners