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Seaweed toothpaste 'stops decay'

Seaweed toothpaste 'stops decay' | Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Industry | Scoop.it
Adding enzymes from seaweed microbes to toothpaste could provide better protection against tooth decay, scientists believe.
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Change diet, exercise habits at same time for best results, Stanford study says

Most people know that the way to stay healthy is to exercise and eat right, but millions of Americans struggle to meet those goals, or even decide which to change first.
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Anxiety, depression identify heart disease patients at increased risk of dying

Heart disease patients who have anxiety have twice the risk of dying from any cause compared to those without anxiety, according to new research in the Journal of the American Heart Association.
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Poor sleep 'linked to failing heart'

Poor sleep 'linked to failing heart' | Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Industry | Scoop.it
Bouts of bad sleep might be linked to an increased risk of heart failure, a large study suggests.
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Thriving cancer's 'chaos' explained

Thriving cancer's 'chaos' explained | Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Industry | Scoop.it
The way cancer cells can make a completely chaotic mess of their genetic code in order thrive has been explained by UK researchers.
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Babies 'hear syllables' in womb

Babies 'hear syllables' in womb | Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Industry | Scoop.it
Babies can decipher human speech as early as three months before birth, say scientists.
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Star-gazing could help cancer fight

Star-gazing could help cancer fight | Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Industry | Scoop.it
Astronomers and researchers have worked together to use star-gazing techniques to find new ways of analysing tumours.
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IVF guidelines raise age limit to 42

IVF guidelines raise age limit to 42 | Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Industry | Scoop.it
OCouples struggling to have a baby should get fertility treatment more quickly and older women should gain access to IVF, according to new NHS guidelines.
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Sea bed to be mined for antibiotics

Sea bed to be mined for antibiotics | Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Industry | Scoop.it
Scientists are to hunt for new antibiotics at the bottom of the ocean in an £8m project led by experts at Aberdeen University.
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Cancer: Lung 'to overtake breast'

Cancer: Lung 'to overtake breast' | Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Industry | Scoop.it
Lung cancer is set to overtake breast cancer as the leading cause of female cancer death in Europe, say experts.
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Second UK case of coronavirus

Second UK case of coronavirus | Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Industry | Scoop.it
A second case of a new respiratory illness similar to the deadly Sars virus has been identified in the UK.
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Zinc 'keeps immune system in check'

Zinc 'keeps immune system in check' | Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Industry | Scoop.it
Researchers say they have gained a key insight into how zinc helps the immune system fight infection.
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Obesity 'leads to lack of vitamin D'

Obesity 'leads to lack of vitamin D' | Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Industry | Scoop.it
Genetic analysis suggests a higher body mass index leads to lower levels of available vitamin D in the body.
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Study shows how Parkinson's disease protein acts like a virus

A protein known to be a key player in the development of Parkinson's disease is able to enter and harm cells in the same way that viruses do, according to a Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine study.
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Researchers abuzz over caffeine as cancer-cell killer

Researchers from the University of Alberta are abuzz after using fruit flies to find new ways of taking advantage of caffeine's lethal effects on cancer cells -- results that could one day be used to advance cancer therapies for people.
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Brisk walking boosts stroke recovery

Brisk walking boosts stroke recovery | Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Industry | Scoop.it
Regular brisk walking can help recovery, fitness and quality of life after a stroke, say researchers.
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Fat gene 'linked with skin cancer'

Fat gene 'linked with skin cancer' | Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Industry | Scoop.it
A gene previously shown to be linked to obesity may also increase the risk of a deadly form of skin cancer, say researchers.
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Action on 'untreatable' gonorrhoea

Action on 'untreatable' gonorrhoea | Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Industry | Scoop.it
Health experts in England and Wales are on high alert for "untreatable" gonorrhoea that, in some countries, has developed resistance to antibiotics.
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Hope over anti-resistant flu drug

Hope over anti-resistant flu drug | Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Industry | Scoop.it
A new type of flu drug that can stop resistant strains in their tracks shows promise, say US researchers.
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Sars-like virus death reported in UK

Sars-like virus death reported in UK | Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Industry | Scoop.it
A patient infected with a new respiratory illness similar to the deadly Sars virus has died in the UK.
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Diamond to shine light on infections

Diamond to shine light on infections | Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Industry | Scoop.it
The UK's national synchrotron facility - the Diamond Light Source near Oxford - is to become a world centre for studying the structure of viruses and bacteria that cause serious disease.
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Sars-like virus 'spreads in people'

Sars-like virus 'spreads in people' | Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Industry | Scoop.it
Health officials in the UK believe they have the strongest evidence yet that a new respiratory illness similar to the deadly Sars virus can spread from person to person.
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Coca-Cola 'linked to woman's death'

Coca-Cola 'linked to woman's death' | Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Industry | Scoop.it
Drinking large quantities of Coca-Cola was a "substantial factor" in the death of a 30-year-old woman in New Zealand, a coroner says.
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Clot-retrieval no better for strokes

Clot-retrieval no better for strokes | Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Industry | Scoop.it
Recovery after stroke is not improved by using a device to retrieve the clot, a study suggests.
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Unique peptide could treat cancers, neurological disorders, and infectious diseases

UT Southwestern Medical Center scientists have synthesized a peptide that shows potential for pharmaceutical development into agents for treating infections, neurodegenerative disorders, and cancer through an ability to induce a cell-recycling...
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Pollution linked to low birth weight

Pollution linked to low birth weight | Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Industry | Scoop.it
Pregnant women who live in areas with significant air pollution risk having babies of low birth weight, the largest study to date shows.
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