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Autism: Scientists take 'first steps' towards biological test
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Scientists have taken the first steps towards what they say could become a new blood and urine test for autism. Their study tested children with and without the condition and found higher levels of protein damage in those with the disorder. The ...
Researchers Say They've Created a 90% Accurate Blood Test for AutismGizmodo
New test can detect autism in children, scientists sayThe Guardian
Blood and urine tests developed to indicate autism in childrenMedical Xpress
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Newsweek
Human-Sheep Hybrids Could Grow Human Organs for Transplant and Even Cure Diabetes
Newsweek
Scientists have created human-sheep hybrids in a step towards human organ production in animals. The approach could one day supply organs for transplantation in humans, and even offer a cure for type 1 diabetes. Researchers Hiro Nakauchi from Stanford ...
Scientists grow sheep embryos containing human cellsThe Hindu
Scientists Create Human-Sheep Hybrid EmbryosOZY
Scientists create first human-sheep hybridsDeccan Chronicle
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NorthJersey.com
Elizabeth student dies after being diagnosed with flu
NorthJersey.com
Free flu vaccines were available at 1 Bergen County Plaza, in Hackensack, Thursday from 4-8pm. The free vaccinations were given just two days after learning a North Bergen girl died from the flu. Thursday, February 15, 2018. Flu Shot. Registered Nurse ...
Student dies after influenza diagnosis, school saysNJ.com

Newsweek
Impact of Cleaning Products on Women's Lungs as Damaging as 20-a-Day Cigarette Habit: Study
Newsweek
Regular use of cleaning sprays can have as much of an impact on health as smoking a pack of cigarettes a day, according to a new study. Scientists at Norway's University of Bergen tracked 6,000 people, with an average age of 34 at the time of ...

NPR
She Survived Breast Cancer, But Says A Treatment Side Effect 'Almost Killed' Her
NPR
Virginia Harrod, an attorney and county prosecutor who lives in rural Kentucky, survived breast cancer, only to develop lymphedema, which sent her to the hospital three times with serious infections. A lymph node transplant helped restore her immune ...
Exercise Improves Range of Motion After Lymph Node SurgeryMedscape

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AL.com
8 weeks of free nicotine patches available through health department program
AL.com
The Alabama Department of Public Health wants to help people kick their chewing tobacco habit. (Contributed photo/CDC). Comment. 0 shares. By Leada Gore · lgore@al.com. Up to eight weeks of free nicotine patches are available through the Alabama health ...
Through with Chew Week urges smokeless tobacco users to quitWSFA

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Dallas News
8 food choices to fight world's No. 1 killer: heart disease
Dallas News
Scientists have known for centuries that the heart is the engine of the human body. But they're still learning just how deadly the wrong fuel can be. Heart disease is the No. 1 killer in the world, and two recent studies set out to examine how eating ...
Quinoa makes for an easy meal that's heart healthy tooWDRB

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Scientists Develop A Way To Use A Smartphone To Prevent Food Poisoning
NPR
Food scientists at the University of Massachussetts Amherst have come up with a technique they say could make it a lot easier to avoid food poisoning. The main piece of equipment? Your smartphone. Currently, to identify the bacteria that can get you ...

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