Cancer

Study estimates the risk of false positives in colon cancer screening

6 days ago   |   By News Medical

Colorectal cancer can develop for months without producing any symptoms and, as soon as the first ones appear, sometimes the disease is already in an advanced stage.
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Scientists have come up with a 'liquid health check' which could predict a range of diseases 

Scientists have come up with a 'liquid health check' which could predict a range of diseases 

6 days ago   |   By Daily Mail

Scientists at the universities of Cambridge and California, San Francisco have created the health MOT, which scours blood for proteins released by damaged cells or the immune system.
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“Liquid health check” could one day predict disease risk

6 days ago   |   By News Medical

Measuring proteins in the blood could serve as a “liquid health check” that could predict people's risk of developing diseases.
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Should You Exercise When You're Tired?

Should You Exercise When You're Tired?

You've had a hard day at work, and all you want to do is plop down in a chair and relax, but you have a date with a set of weights! It's your night to strength train or do a... Read more ...

Computer Betting Game Helps Predict Opioid Reuse

Computer Betting Game Helps Predict Opioid Reuse

A statistical test sees whether changes in risk-taking comfort tracked with opioid reuse, and found that people who placed higher-risk bets had higher beta scores, said... Read more ...

Eating blueberries reduces heart disease risk, study confirms

Eating blueberries reduces heart disease risk, study confirms

Long considered one of the best superfoods on the planet, blueberries have been found to have another ability up its antioxidant-rich sleeve: the ability to reduce the risk of... Read more ...

Link Between Cholesterol Levels and Heart Disease Risk Identified

Link Between Cholesterol Levels and Heart Disease Risk Identified

A strong link between long-term risk for heart disease and non-HDL cholesterol has been suggested by researchers. Read more ...

No Radiation Needed for Many Aggressive Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma Patients: Study

No Radiation Needed for Many Aggressive Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma Patients: Study

For many aggressive non-Hodgkin's lymphoma patients there is no need for radiation, stated new research. Read more ...

Drug-resistant Strains of TB Could be Controlled

Drug-resistant Strains of TB Could be Controlled

New drugs to treat strains of TB which have become resistant to treatment are now a possibility following a ground breaking discovery from the University of Surrey. Read more ...

Ryan Reynolds' Company, Aviation Gin, Saves Peloton Girl In Genius New...

Ryan Reynolds' Company, Aviation Gin, Saves Peloton Girl In Genius New Commercial

Aviation Gin nailed this one, saving Peloton Girl from herself By now, you've likely heard the backlash Peloton has gotten over their holiday ad featuring a ridiculously fit... Read more ...

Weekly Link Love - Edition 58

Weekly Link Love - Edition 58

Research of the Week Time-restricted eating improves body composition, weight loss, blood lipids, blood pressure, and sleep quality in patients on statins. Social media... Read more ...

Have Your Health and Eat Meat Too: Study

Have Your Health and Eat Meat Too: Study

Mediterranean diet inclusive of fresh, lean pork can be adhered to by an older non-Mediterranean population while leading to positive cognitive outcomes, reports a new study. Read more ...

Patients should no longer consider cancer diagnosis a death sentence...

Patients should no longer consider cancer diagnosis a death sentence, experts insist

The Institute of Cancer Research says huge progress that allows patients to live longer is being overshadowed by a focus on the 'Holy Grail' of finding a cure. Read more ...