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Gel made from a patient's own blood reduces pain and may improve wound healing

Gel made from a patient's own blood reduces pain and may improve wound healing

Complementary medicine represents an additional cost to usual care with questionable clinical benefit

Complementary medicine represents an additional cost to usual care with questionable clinical benefit

Canadian adolescents and complementary or alternative medical treatment

Canadian adolescents and complementary or alternative medical treatment

Nanobombs to eradicate cancer

Nanobombs to eradicate cancer

Novel therapies for pleural mesothelioma

Novel therapies for pleural mesothelioma

Researchers call for better recognition and pain management of endometriosis

Researchers call for better recognition and pain management of endometriosis

Chinese men swapping tiger penis for Viagra

Chinese men swapping tiger penis for Viagra

Electron-beam computed tomography - a more accurate replacement for coronary catheterizations

Electron-beam computed tomography - a more accurate replacement for coronary catheterizations

Association between long-term smoking and diminished mental proficiency

Association between long-term smoking and diminished mental proficiency

People living in predominantly minority areas face significant barriers to accessing pain medication

People living in predominantly minority areas face significant barriers to accessing pain medication

Tonsils reveal information that helps understand lupus

Tonsils reveal information that helps understand lupus

Promising new treatment options for prostate cancer

Promising new treatment options for prostate cancer

Researchers reveal basis for hereditary coproporphyria

Researchers reveal basis for hereditary coproporphyria

Obese Zucker rat model shares the symptoms of obesity with a growing number of Americans

Obese Zucker rat model shares the symptoms of obesity with a growing number of Americans

Long-term use of NSAIDs cuts the risk for oral cancer in smokers by half but increases risk of cardiovascular problems

Long-term use of NSAIDs cuts the risk for oral cancer in smokers by half but increases risk of cardiovascular problems

Study looks at childrens end-of-life care preferences

Study looks at childrens end-of-life care preferences

Effects of anticonvulsants on women

Effects of anticonvulsants on women

Mayo Clinic researchers find earliest sign of nerve change due to diabetes

Mayo Clinic researchers find earliest sign of nerve change due to diabetes

Research on cartilage erosion and bone abnormalities

Research on cartilage erosion and bone abnormalities

Beta glucan may help treat skin disorders and remove fine lines and wrinkles

Beta glucan may help treat skin disorders and remove fine lines and wrinkles