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04:30 EDT 22nd October 2017 | BioPortfolio

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Saturday 21st October 2017

A Fondness for Fear: Why Do We Like to Be Scared?

For some people, being frightened can actually make them feel better.

Dismay as Mugabe Named World Health 'Ambassador'

Robert Mugabe, the 93-year-old leader sanctioned by the U.S. over human rights abuses, was named a 'goodwill ambassador' for the World Health Organization.

Friday 20th October 2017

Judge Tosses $417M Award Against Johnson & Johnson in Cancer Case

A judge granted a new trial in the suit, which was brought on behalf of a woman a woman who claimed she developed ovarian cancer by using baby powder.

What Happens To Our Brains When We Pray?

How does the ritual, regardless of personal faith or intention, affect our behavior? Deeply, experts say.

How the 'Post-Antibiotic Apocalypse' Can Be Prevented

With antibiotic resistance rendering many drugs useless, scientists are developing new ways to fight deadly infections.

Let's Talk About Sex: Would That Put Brakes on Cancer Epidemic?

You catch HPV from having sex. So why aren't people talking about that?

Grandparents Fill Void Left as Opioid Crisis Steals a Generation

An increasing number of grandparents have had to take over parenting their grandkids because their adult children are struggling with opioid addiction.

Thursday 19th October 2017

Sex Talk Gets in the Way of Preventing Cancer

You catch HPV from having sex. So why aren't people talking about that?

The Biggest Mistakes Trainers See in the Weight Room

No, you shouldn't just walk in and pick up a dumbbell.

Why This Man Is Speaking Out About His Breast Cancer

When Michael Singer was diagnosed with breast cancer, he was sure it was a mistake. Now, he's sharing his story in hopes of saving others.

Nutritionists Rank Halloween Candy from Better to Worst

Some Halloween treats are trickier than others when it comes to sugar and calories. Here's a better way to dip into your kids' candy stash.

FDA OKs Second Gene Therapy for Cancer

New CAR-T treatment is pricey and dangerous, but can be lifesaving

How Your Diet Affects Your Sleep

Experts say what and when you eat all day long definitely affect your slumber.

Wednesday 18th October 2017

Is Irritable Bowel Syndrome Fatal?

Doctors say it's unlikely that irritable bowel syndrome played a role in the death of 'Project Runway' finalist Mychael Knight.

Moral Qualms Halt Needle Exchange in Indiana County

An Indiana County has stopped a needle exchange program set up to fight outbreaks of HIV fueled by the opioid epidemic.

Moral Qualms Halt Needle Exchange in One Indiana County

An Indiana County has stopped a needle exchange program set up to fight outbreaks of HIV fueled by the opioid epidemic.

Black, Latino Kids Less Likely to Get Help for Developmental Delays

Black and Latino children with developmental delays are much less likely than white children to receive the early intervention services they need.

Tuesday 17th October 2017

Trump Taking Second Look at Drug Czar Nominee After Report

Trump weighed-in on Rep. Tom Marino, his nominee to head the Office of National Drug Control Policy, following a report that revealed Marino's role in pushing through the drug industry-backed Ensuring Patient Access and Effective Drug Enforcement Act.

Philando Castile Fund Pays School Lunch Debts

Philando Castile legacy fund raises over $75,000 to pay off student lunch debts in schools across St. Paul, Minnesota.

Could Your Health Insurance Be Costing You Money at the Pharmacy?

Because of "clawbacks," many consumers pay extra for some of the most commonly prescribed drugs — medicine for depression, cholesterol and high blood pressure.

A Silent Epidemic of Cancer Is Spreading Among Men

The HPV virus, which can cause head and neck cancer as well as cervical cancer, is becoming more common among men, a new study finds. Oral sex may be to blame.

What Dolphins and Whales Teach Us About Gossip

A study of whale and dolphin brains show it's not size that matters, but socializing. The more social an animal is, the bigger its brain.

Toddler's Kidney Transplant Delayed After Father Is Arrested

The child's fate remains in limbo, the family says, because of apparent red tape between the hospital and police.

Monday 16th October 2017

The 'Jolie Effect': How Celebrities Influence Our Medical Decisions

According to a new study, Hollywood has a big impact on how we seek treatment for health conditions.

Trump Taking Second Look at Drug Czar Nominee Following Report

Trump weighed-in on Rep. Tom Marino, his nominee to head the Office of National Drug Control Policy, following a report that revealed Marino's role in pushing through the drug industry-backed Ensuring Patient Access and Effective Drug Enforcement Act.


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