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Polycystic ovary syndrome more common than originally thought

Polycystic ovary syndrome more common than originally thought

People with diabetes could be up to three times more likely to get bowel cancer

People with diabetes could be up to three times more likely to get bowel cancer

Compulsive hoarding study could improve diagnosis and treatment of psychiatric disorders

Compulsive hoarding study could improve diagnosis and treatment of psychiatric disorders

Researchers to investigate link between diabetes and exercise

Researchers to investigate link between diabetes and exercise

Research laboratory at the forefront of the science of metabolomics

Research laboratory at the forefront of the science of metabolomics

Mice may hold the key to longer life

Mice may hold the key to longer life

30-ton superconducting magnet to further brain research

30-ton superconducting magnet to further brain research

Zengen announces positive results of treatment for vaginal yeast infection

Zengen announces positive results of treatment for vaginal yeast infection

Data suggests potential target for Alzheimer's disease treatment

Data suggests potential target for Alzheimer's disease treatment

Intensive exercising after menopause may reduce bone loss

Intensive exercising after menopause may reduce bone loss

Trial shows Daclizumab therapy improves multiple sclerosis outcome

Trial shows Daclizumab therapy improves multiple sclerosis outcome

Diabetes drug improves metabolic changes associated with HIV combination therapy

Diabetes drug improves metabolic changes associated with HIV combination therapy

Protein that appears to play a key role in Alzheimer's disease

Protein that appears to play a key role in Alzheimer's disease

Dietary supplement reduces body fat mass in overweight adults by as much as nine percent

Dietary supplement reduces body fat mass in overweight adults by as much as nine percent

Caffeinated beverages may benefit some people who are at high-risk for liver disease

Caffeinated beverages may benefit some people who are at high-risk for liver disease

Study finds greater weight loss among the low-carbohydrate dieters than high-carbohydrate dieters

Study finds greater weight loss among the low-carbohydrate dieters than high-carbohydrate dieters

First filing for zoledronic acid in metabolic bone disease

First filing for zoledronic acid in metabolic bone disease

Glucose metabolism could be used to selectively destroy cancer cells

Glucose metabolism could be used to selectively destroy cancer cells

Vitamin discovery offers clues for cancer chemotherapy

Vitamin discovery offers clues for cancer chemotherapy

Estrogen therapy may help bone density, muscle mass, sexual function, memory, and psychological wellbeing in postmenopausal women

Estrogen therapy may help bone density, muscle mass, sexual function, memory, and psychological wellbeing in postmenopausal women