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Auto Repair Tips You Really Need To Know

When a car breaks down, the owner sometimes is petrified of having to repair it. The best way to be sure you are getting quality repairs is to learn what

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Almost one-third of mumps cases in U.S. occur in children, teens

Since 2007, almost one-third of mumps cases in the United States occurred in pediatric patients, and most of these patients were vaccinated, according to a study published in the December

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Nearly 7% of U.S. kids have had a head injury or concussion

Blows to the head are common among America’s kids, with close to 7% showing signs of a brain injury at some time in childhood, U.S. health officials report. Sports, falls

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Restoring heart elasticity in a heart failure model

Patients with heart failure often have shortness of breath and become fatigued quickly. They frequently suffer from water retention, heart palpitations, and dizziness. The condition can be triggered by a

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Drug compound makes pancreatic cancer cells more vulnerable to chemo

Pancreatic cancer is extremely difficult to treat. By the time it is detected, the cancer often has reached an advanced stage, and patients usually do not survive longer than one

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Unconventional T cells promote immunity to malaria

Monash University’s Biomedicine Discovery Institute researchers have made a vital breakthrough in the understanding of a new facet of the immune response to malaria, which will help in the development

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New way to identify early risks of cardiovascular disease

The risk of developing cardiovascular disease is strongly associated with the “bad” LDL cholesterol. A large study by scientists at Karolinska Institutet now shows that two proteins that transport cholesterol

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Transgender people continue to face high burden of HIV worldwide

A new analysis highlights the prevalence of HIV among transgender individuals worldwide, and shows the need for continued prevention efforts for this population. Sarah Stutterheim and colleagues of Maastricht University

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