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This is a major step in stopping the aging process, says the study

Efforts to slow down the aging process are not just about wrinkles. Getting older is also the leading risk factor for devastating diseases such as cancer, heart disease, Alzheimer's and dementia. The rotation of the clock will change the drug forever, and think of researchers at the Salk Institute they may have a key. In a paper published this week …

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Scientists make 'Holy Grail' universal flu vaccine discovery – RT World News

Australian scientists have discovered immune cells that can fight all known flu viruses and mutations in what has already been branded an "extraordinary breakthrough" which could lead to the creation of a universal vaccine.      Scientists at the Doherty Institute and Monash University studied 67,000 viral sequences and narrowed them down to three sequences which are common across all strains …

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Emotional Food: Experts Express Triggers And How To Control These

For Ernest Hemingway, these are oysters. For Nora Ephron, these are mashed potatoes. For countless recent dumped film and television characters, it's ice cream. People are eating our feelings as long as we can not remember. But this is not a good idea. There is a science behind emotional food and food convenience – the factors that cause cravings and …

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Clark County measles outbreak adds exposure sites, remaining in 62 cases

Clark County Public Health has not identified any new confirmed cases in the ongoing measles explosions survey. The confirmed number of measles cases remains at 62, but Public Health has identified a new exposure location and a new exposure time exposure for previously identified exposure sites. There is a new suspected case, according to a release by Public Health news. …

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Why women are dropping out of STEM careers

Since the early 2000s, awareness of gender imbalances coupled with corrective efforts has helped increase the number of women working in fields previously dominated by men, including law, business, and medicine. Yet despite initiatives to actively recruit women in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) careers, the gender gap in STEM persists – and interestingly, it appears that the cultural …

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Health officials recognize the third pediatric flu of Massachusetts in the aftermath of the dead

Massachusetts health officials confirmed the third pediatric flu of the state of the dead on Tuesday. The death of a second child from Middlesex County was reported Tuesday at the Massachusetts Department of Public Health. The victim is 4-year-old Puthiraskmey Sopheak, of Lowell. His father, Sopheak Paak, said he had brought him to Lowell General Hospital on Tuesday when his …

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& # 39; We're in the waiting game & # 39 ;: Health officials say that the measles case is gone

Although it says that no new measles cases were reported from Friday, the Vancouver Coastal Health advises people to be vigilant, when it comes to possible exposure. At a press conference last Tuesday, Dr. Althea Hayden, the total of eight measles cases has been confirmed at two French-language schools in Vancouver: Ecole Secondaire Jules-Verne and Ecole Rose-Des-Vents. And while Hayden …

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