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‘Sniff test’ may help detect autism – research – New Zealand Herald


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'Sniff test' may help detect autism – research
New Zealand Herald
The researchers said a sense of smell had a role in social interaction, which could explain its link with autism. Photo / 123RF. A simple sniffing test could determine if children have autism even before they are able to speak, researchers say. People
Israeli scientists hope to sniff out autismThe Times of Israel
Simple sniff test could detect autismEconomic Times
Sniff test may help detect autism earlierNEWS.com.au
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Study: Can insulin pills prevent diabetes? – Chicago Tribune


Chicago Tribune

Study: Can insulin pills prevent diabetes?
Chicago Tribune
Scientists are stumped by a sharp increase in Type 1 diabetes, which is usually diagnosed in childhood. Hundreds of children and adults are participating in a study to determine whether insulin pills can prevent or delay Type 1 diabetes. July 3, 2015
Could Insulin Tablets help Avoid the Diabetes?The Market Business
Study hopes to determine whether insulin pills can prevent diabetesTuscaloosa News (subscription)
Could insulin pills prevent diabetes?Statesboro Herald
San Antonio Express-News (subscription)
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Cystic Fibrosis Ireland welcomes potential new treatment – Irish Times


Irish Times

Cystic Fibrosis Ireland welcomes potential new treatment
Irish Times
Trials of a new treatment for cystic fibrosis (CF) have delivered “a significant if modest benefit” for patients who experienced an improvement in lung function. The results have been met with an enthusiastic response from Cystic Fibrosis Ireland, a
Gene therapy treatment for cystic fibrosis patientsBBC News
Cystic fibrosis hope as new gene therapy improves conditionTelegraph.co.uk
Gene therapy stabilises lungs of cystic fibrosis patientsLivemint
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How does our brain create memory? Researchers used celebrity pictures to find … – Times Gazette


Times Gazette

How does our brain create memory? Researchers used celebrity pictures to find
Times Gazette
Researchers want to know how nerve cells change when they make new memories so they used pictures of faces and places in 14 volunteers to know the brain's activity while they think. There are many theories of how our brain acts when we take in new …
How the Brain Forms New MemoriesNewsweek
Jennifer Aniston Neurons: Study Reveals How New Memories Are FormedImmortal News
The New Brain Research Could Solve Memory Loss IssuesPioneer News
Sentinel Republic -Northern Californian
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Dermatologist warn about dangers of ‘sunburn art’ – CTV News


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Dermatologist warn about dangers of 'sunburn art'
CTV News
Dermatologists are warning against the dangers of a growing trend called "sunburn art" that involves creating designs on the skin by sun bathing. The temporary designs are created by protecting certain parts of the skin while exposing the rest. Designs
Latest Craze Sunburn Art Not Cool After All, It Could Lead To Deadly MelanomaTimes Gazette
Sunburn Art Now TrendingKVRR
Sunburn art is dangerous, doctors warnAsiaOne
Science World Report -iFreePress.com (blog) -Gazette Tribune
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Vacationers should avoid contact with blue-green algae, MPCA warns – Minneapolis Star Tribune


Minneapolis Star Tribune

Vacationers should avoid contact with blue-green algae, MPCA warns
Minneapolis Star Tribune
MPCA warns beachgoers about foul water that has killed 2 pets and sent a boy to the hospital. By Liz Sawyer Star Tribune. July 3, 2015 — 9:34pm. itemprop. Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, MPCA Toxins from the blue-green blooms sent a child to the …
Hot weather could bring toxic algae to lakesKIRO Seattle
Minnesota officials warn of toxic algae after child sickenedPost-Bulletin
Blue-green algae present in Red Deer Lake near WanupCBC.ca

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Cuba became first country in the World to eliminate mother-to-child … – Jagran Josh


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Cuba became first country in the World to eliminate mother-to-child
Jagran Josh
eliminate mother-to-child (vertical) transmission Cuba became the first country to eliminate mother-to-child (vertical) transmission of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) and syphilis in the World. A validation in this regard was issued on 30 June by
Free HIV testing offered in Chicago pharmaciesThe Bell Jar
Second Southern Indiana County Considering Emergency Actions Due to HIV WKU Public Radio
New Embassies Open Door to Cuba's Health Care TriumphsABC News

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Brain-Eating Amoeba Claims Life of California Woman – Northern Californian


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Brain-Eating Amoeba Claims Life of California Woman
Northern Californian
In a rather disturbing study, a 21-year-old woman breathed her last after being infected by a deadly brain-eating amoeba infection. The woman belonged to Inyo County in Central California. Health officials have informed that the young woman had woken
California woman dies from brain-eating amoebaCBS News
Brain-eating amoeba kills 21-year-old California woman: health officialsNew York Daily News
Rare infection kills Bishop woman, 21The Sheet
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Blue Eyes Linked To Alcohol Bondage, finds Research – The Market Business


The Silver Ink

Blue Eyes Linked To Alcohol Bondage, finds Research
The Market Business
We often feel in awe of anyone who has blue eyes and blonde hair because for some people, these two performances are the epitome of perfection, but in this world, nothing is perfect, including blue eyes. According to researchers at the University of
Blue Eyes Could Be An Indicator For Alcohol DependencyDesign & Trend
Coincidence? Alcoholism linked with blue eyesWOWK
Eye Color May Indicate Risk Of Alcohol Dependence, UVM Study SuggestsSTGIST
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Weight-loss surgery bests lifestyle changes in diabetics – Business Standard


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Weight-loss surgery bests lifestyle changes in diabetics
Business Standard
As per a new study, weight-loss surgery edges out lifestyle changes for type 2 diabetes. Lead researcher Anita Courcoulas of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center said that one of the most important things to take away is that there is durability
Diabetes type 2 treatment battle: Bariatric Surgery triumphs over lifestyle Vocal Republic
Weight Loss Surgery an Effective Type 2 Diabetes Treatment, Study SaysSentinel Republic
Weight-loss surgery edges out lifestyle changes for type 2 diabetesYahoo News

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