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6 excellent medicinal herbs you should know how to use
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Feb 24 3:00PM

Ever Hated Someone You Used to Madly Love? Neuroscience Says You're Normal
Love is a mystery. It is one of the most ancient of all the mysteries, and the most lasting.
Feb 24 1:03PM

Blood when blowing nose: Causes and treatments
Table of contents Causes Treatment Prevention When to see a doctor Outlook An estimated 60 percent of people experience nosebleeds but only around 6 percent of cases require medical attention. It can be hard to determine what causes broken blood vessels in the nose.
Feb 24 11:10AM Medical News Today

How a Pennsylvania Insurer Aims to Use Big Data Against Opioids
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Feb 24 1:11AM Healthcare Analytic News

Not enough sleep can hurt your health
By AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION NEWS Some preliminary research shows that older women who don't get enough sleep are more likely to have poor cardiovascular health. Since sleep disturbances typically increase for women as they age, researchers studied what impact that has on their health.
Feb 24 12:58AM News on

Pfizer Vice President Blows Whistle On Gardasil: The Vaccine Is Deadly
Former vice President of Pfizer, Dr. Peter Rost, has blown the whistle on the dangers of the Gardasil vaccine - and claims that Big Pharma aims to keep people unhealthy.
Feb 23 11:11PM Nwo Report

Mark Seidenberg delivers Educational Neuroscience talk April 6
by Joan Brasher | Feb. 23, 2018, 3:11 PM The University of Wisconsin-Madison's Mark S.
Feb 23 9:21PM Vanderbilt University

Thamkrabok Monastery has a reputation for its cold-turkey detox
When the morning mist clears from Thamkrabok Monastery, it reveals granite cliffs looming over a sprawling complex of temples and mammoth Buddha statues. Sometimes around noon, you can find a group of foreigners sitting on a wooden porch overlooking a pond, talking with monks (some of them also foreign) about destiny, self-reliance and karma.
Feb 23 9:04PM Public Radio International

Elotuzumab plus stem cell transplant shows promise for multiple myeloma
Meeting News SALT LAKE CITY The addition of elotuzumab and autologous peripheral blood mononuclear cell reconstitution to autologous hematopoietic stem cell transplantation plus lenalidomide maintenance appeared effective with a manageable safety profile, according to results of a phase 1b open-label trial presented at BMT Tandem Meetings. The autologous HSCT platform is a good setting for exploring immunotherapeutic therapies, because it is a platform in which there is minimal disease burden and immunogenic cell death, Keren Osman, MD, associate professor of medicine, hematology and medical oncology, at Mount Sinai Health System, said during her presentation.
Feb 23 8:30PM

Doctors still doling out antibiotics "prophylactically" for sore throats despite complete ineffectiveness
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Feb 23 5:11PM

Novo Nordisk secures Ozempic formulary coverage from Express Scripts
After an approval late last year for its next big diabetes offering, Novo Nordisk has secured 2018 formulary coverage from leading U.S.
Feb 23 4:46PM FiercePharma

The hunt to eradicate safe and effective medication: Homeopathy in the cross hairs
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Feb 23 4:41PM

Pregnancy Complications May Signal Future Heart Troubles
In many ways, pregnancy can be seen as nature's stress test on the heart. Why? As soon as a woman becomes pregnant, a cascade of changes begins in the body, including a dramatic rise in blood flow and extra workload on the heart.
Feb 23 3:05PM

4 Industries That Will Dominate Social Media in 2018
Once seen as purely a tool for entertainment, social media has become an indispensable marketing tool for many industries over the past few years, rivaled only by word of mouth. According to a first-quarter-2017 report by 4C Insights, overall social media spend was up 60 percent compared with a similar period the previous year.
Feb 23 2:01PM

How multilevel marketing companies got the autism community hooked on essential oils
When Cheryl Walser was 19, she gave birth to her first child, Ethan. The newborn phase is hard for all young mothers, but for her it was a nightmare.
Feb 23 1:25PM Mother Jones

Neuroscience: it must be love on the brain
Science Science & Technology 1 ViewsIf you're madly in love, I'd like to ask you to take a moment to consider what exactly is happening inside your brain. Love is a many-chemical thing, a complicated sensation triggered by a series of internal reactions.
Feb 23 12:49PM The Badger

How I Lowered My Blood Pressure
Last winter I had to do my 5 year colonoscopy (family history sucks!). When they took my blood pressure just prior to the procedure it was sky high, way more than my 'normal' of around 130/80.
Feb 23 9:39AM Prairie Eco-Thrifter

How many new drugs rely on government-funded science? All of them
This is an excerpt from Second Opinion, a weekly roundup of eclectic and under-the-radar health and medical science news emailed to subscribers every Saturday morning. If you haven't subscribed yet, you can do that by clicking here.
Feb 23 9:17AM CBC News

The Big Pharma Family That Brought Us the Opioid Crisis
Who will bring to justice the billionaires who have profited so royally from addiction. If the devil wears Prada, what do America's most destructive drug pushers wear? They wear smiles.
Feb 23 8:50AM Alternet

Autism genes abound in DNA regions involved in learning
The same processes that enable the brain to store new memories may also control many autism genes, a new study suggests. Candidate genes for autism are more than three times as prevalent in the genetic regions that become active after mice learn a new task as would be expected by chance, the researchers found.
Feb 23 6:29AM Spectrum | Autism Research News