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A majority of Americans support the idea of allowing terminally ill patients to end their lives with the help of their doctors. For instance, 55% of people questioned for the NPR-Truven Health Analytics Health Poll last year said they were in favor of...
E. Donnall Thomas, a physician who pioneered the use of bone marrow transplants in leukemia patients and won the 1990 Nobel Prize in medicine, died Saturday in Seattle of heart disease. He was 92. The Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle,...
For the Booster Shots BlogFor decades after a woman has carried a male child in her womb or shared her mother's womb with a brother, she carries a faint but unmistakable echo of that intimate bond: male fetal DNA that lodges itself in the far recesses of her brain. That...
The story of the nonprofit CEO who solicits charity while raking in a giant salary is, by now, becoming a Central Florida cliché. There was NorthStar High School in Orange County, which was a miserable failure academically but paid its principal $824,000...
Premium Health News ServiceITALIAN SUPERMARKET FARE THAT WON'T WEIGH YOU DOWN If an Italian tourist took a stroll through an American supermarket, they might have a hard time recognizing many of the Italian "classics" so readily available. Here in America, the thought of Italian...
Q13 FOX News OnlineNobel Prize winner and medical pioneer E. Donnall Thomas, M.D., died Saturday at the age of 92. Thomas won the Nobel Prize in 1990 for his work in bone-marrow transplantation to cure leukemias and other blood cancers. In 1974, Thomas became the first...
Sun Sentinel columnistI'm not sure if Logan Morrison will stay healthy or productive enough to be part of the Miami Marlins' future, but it's clear he's already distinguished himself with good deeds off the field. Morrison, the young outfielder and first baseman, was one of...
Premium Health News ServiceIt's 9 a.m. in the office, time for my daily medication. As usual, I slink off to the fire escape for my fix. Twenty minutes later, I'm back at my desk, brimming with vitality and raring to go. I've taken this medicine regularly now for about eight...
A new study has backed up what others have found: Women who want to loose weight should keep a food journal, avoid skipping meals and eating in restaurants, especially at lunch. The study published in the Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and...
Premium Health News ServiceThere's a lot more going on in your gut than just digestion, absorption and excretion. Trillions of microorganisms inhabit your intestines. In fact, there are 10 times more bacterial cells than human cells in your whole body. And these little beneficial...
KIAHThe threat of biological warfare and movies like Contagion can plant all sorts of scary ideas in our heads. So, the last thing we want to hear is that some of the medical industries "go-to" solutions for curing the sick might be doing just the opposite....
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