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Potential male birth control pill could be developed from arrow poison

Potential male birth control pill could be developed from arrow poison

Study explores mortality and health-related habits in former elite athletes and their brothers

Study explores mortality and health-related habits in former elite athletes and their brothers

Scientists identify six new gene regions that may help treat type 1 diabetes

Scientists identify six new gene regions that may help treat type 1 diabetes

New high-sensitivity blood tests could aid faster diagnosis and treatment for heart attack

New high-sensitivity blood tests could aid faster diagnosis and treatment for heart attack

When you need a breast screening, should you get a 3-D mammogram?

When you need a breast screening, should you get a 3-D mammogram?

Cycling does not negatively impact sexual and urinary health finds study

Cycling does not negatively impact sexual and urinary health finds study

Study identifies mechanisms underlying glucose-induced peripheral neuropathy

Study identifies mechanisms underlying glucose-induced peripheral neuropathy

Researchers use novel PET tracer to assess myelin damage in mouse models of MS

Researchers use novel PET tracer to assess myelin damage in mouse models of MS

Research provides new model to better ascertain HIV mortality rates in Zambia

Research provides new model to better ascertain HIV mortality rates in Zambia

Worsening of anxiety symptoms may be early indicator of Alzheimer's disease

Worsening of anxiety symptoms may be early indicator of Alzheimer's disease

Study suggests shared genetic susceptibility to epilepsy and mood disorders

Study suggests shared genetic susceptibility to epilepsy and mood disorders

Computer model based on AI improves analysis of kidney biopsies

Computer model based on AI improves analysis of kidney biopsies

For elder health, trips to the ER are often a tipping point

For elder health, trips to the ER are often a tipping point

Clinical study investigates lifestyle biomarkers in prostate cancer survivors

Clinical study investigates lifestyle biomarkers in prostate cancer survivors

CHOP researchers explore effective nutritional therapies for mitochondrial disease

CHOP researchers explore effective nutritional therapies for mitochondrial disease

A poor neighborhood in Chicago looks to Cuba to fight infant mortality

A poor neighborhood in Chicago looks to Cuba to fight infant mortality

Vanderbilt and Lundbeck collaborate to develop novel approach for treating schizophrenia

Vanderbilt and Lundbeck collaborate to develop novel approach for treating schizophrenia

VA clears the air on talking to patients about marijuana use

VA clears the air on talking to patients about marijuana use

Obese adolescents show improvements in cardiovascular disease risk factors after bariatric surgery

Obese adolescents show improvements in cardiovascular disease risk factors after bariatric surgery

Researchers use Quest MRI to identify earliest signs of Alzheimer's disease in mice

Researchers use Quest MRI to identify earliest signs of Alzheimer's disease in mice