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Study: Many women do not follow guidelines to prevent pregnancy after bariatric surgery

Study: Many women do not follow guidelines to prevent pregnancy after bariatric surgery

Study reveals link between cancer relapse and body’s immune system

Study reveals link between cancer relapse and body’s immune system

Plague outbreak in Madagascar kills 57 and rages on

Plague outbreak in Madagascar kills 57 and rages on

Einstein scientists share $9 million NIH grant for longevity research

Einstein scientists share $9 million NIH grant for longevity research

Timbre shifting is a new attribute of “baby talk” found in all languages, study reveals

Timbre shifting is a new attribute of “baby talk” found in all languages, study reveals

Academy of Medical Sciences announces new UK-India scheme to address challenge of AMR

Academy of Medical Sciences announces new UK-India scheme to address challenge of AMR

World’s only Atomo HIV Self Test receives CE Marking from European Union Notified Body

World’s only Atomo HIV Self Test receives CE Marking from European Union Notified Body

Scientists identify potential treatment target for diabetic retinopathy

Scientists identify potential treatment target for diabetic retinopathy

Experts launch novel smartphone apps for AF patients and healthcare professionals

Experts launch novel smartphone apps for AF patients and healthcare professionals

New treatment approach makes cancer cells commit suicide while sparing healthy cells

New treatment approach makes cancer cells commit suicide while sparing healthy cells

Patients with documented penicillin allergy more likely to develop surgical site infections, study finds

Patients with documented penicillin allergy more likely to develop surgical site infections, study finds

Scientists develop synthetic molecule effective at kicking and killing HIV

Scientists develop synthetic molecule effective at kicking and killing HIV

New app helps doctors make better decisions during brain surgeries

New app helps doctors make better decisions during brain surgeries

Tattoo ink from 15 years ago mimics lymph node cancer: Case study

Tattoo ink from 15 years ago mimics lymph node cancer: Case study

Researchers identify new cancer-causing pathway behind most aggressive type of leukemia

Researchers identify new cancer-causing pathway behind most aggressive type of leukemia

Gay and bisexual men with lower education, income have higher suicide risks

Gay and bisexual men with lower education, income have higher suicide risks

Achieving treatment targets of National HIV/AIDS Strategy would prevent new infections and deaths

Achieving treatment targets of National HIV/AIDS Strategy would prevent new infections and deaths

HIV cases on the rise among those in their 50s in Europe

HIV cases on the rise among those in their 50s in Europe

CDC warns about steep rise in STDs among Americans

CDC warns about steep rise in STDs among Americans

Experts continue to recommend that all pregnant women receive a flu shot

Experts continue to recommend that all pregnant women receive a flu shot