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Thu, 21 May 2015 19:06:26 GMT

The Independent

Nine out of ten male prostate cancer sufferers could be treated after 'game ...
The Independent
This map will guide our future treatment and trials for this group of different lethal diseases,” Professor de Bono said. “We're describing this study as prostate cancer's Rosetta Stone because of the ability it gives us to decode the complexity of the disease, and ...

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Thu, 21 May 2015 16:22:57 GMT

Heart Risk Factors May Harm Black Women More Than Whites
Philly.com
WEDNESDAY, May 20, 2015 (HealthDay News) -- The cluster of heart risk factors known as the "metabolic syndrome" might raise the risk of heart disease more for black women than it does for white women, a new study suggests. Metabolic syndrome refers ...

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Thu, 21 May 2015 13:21:19 GMT

Heart Risk Factors May Harm Black Women More
WebMD
WEDNESDAY, May 20, 2015 (HealthDay News) -- The cluster of heart risk factors known as the "metabolic syndrome" might raise the risk of heart disease more for black women than it does for white women, a new study suggests. Metabolic syndrome refers ...

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Thu, 21 May 2015 13:12:52 GMT

UConn Today (blog)

Common Gene Mutation May Raise Risk of Heart Disease
UConn Today (blog)
A common mutation in a gene that regulates cholesterol levels may raise the risk of heart disease in carriers, according to a new UConn Health study. Researchers examined a mutation called the missense rs4238001 variant, which alters the type of protein ...

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Thu, 21 May 2015 12:07:05 GMT

Empire State Tribune

Risk factors of Symptom X: You are 60 years and over, female, and Hispanic
Empire State Tribune
A new study reveals that one-third of Americans have a variety of risk factors that makes them susceptible to heart disease . A range of diseases that contributes to the risk are high blood pressure, high cholesterol levels , obesity and impaired glucose tolerance is also medically known as “metabolic syndrome” or may also be called Syndrome X. The metabolic syndrome increases as age advances according to experts which is among half of people who are at the age of 60 and up. “That's concerning, because we ...

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Thu, 21 May 2015 10:05:32 GMT

Medical News Today

Common gene variant that affects cholesterol may raise heart risk
Medical News Today
The team - including members from the Universities of Virginia and Connecticut - looked at the link between a mutation called the missense rs4238001 variant of SCARB1 - and the incidence of coronary heart disease in a group of 5,000 Americans taking part ...

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Thu, 21 May 2015 04:42:07 GMT

Youth Health Magzine

More Evidence that Plaques in the Brain Are a Sign of Alzheimer's
Youth Health Magzine
Screening for amyloid plaques, using positron emission (PET) scans of the brain or testing for the presence of amyloid in cerebrospinal fluid can help research into the disease. Finding a drug that prevents amyloid build-up requires finding patients whose ...

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Thu, 21 May 2015 04:25:07 GMT

One third of Americans suffer from this horrible syndrome, study finds
Morning Ticker
According to this shocking new study, nearly one third of Americans suffer from a condition called metabolic syndrome. ... According to News Everyday, he disease has been found in some patients to result in increased risk of heart disease and stroke.

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Thu, 21 May 2015 02:43:14 GMT

TechnoBuffalo

No, video games probably don't cause Alzheimer's disease
TechnoBuffalo
A study recently published by a team of Canadian researchers shows a correlative link between gaming and neurological disorders like Alzheimer's disease. Good thing for us gamers, it's a small study that was almost immediately called into question.

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Thu, 21 May 2015 02:33:14 GMT

TechnoBuffalo

No, video games probably don't cause Alzheimer's disease
TechnoBuffalo
A study recently published by a team of Canadian researchers shows a correlative link between gaming and neurological disorders like Alzheimer's disease. Good thing for us gamers, it's a small study that was almost immediately called into question.

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