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HPV vaccine roll out reaches almost 80 per cent of 15-year-old girls in Australia - ABC Online;

HPV vaccine roll out reaches almost 80 per cent of 15-year-old girls in Australia - ABC Online

ABC OnlineHPV vaccine roll out reaches almost 80 per cent of 15-year-old girls in AustraliaABC OnlineClose to 80 per cent of 15-year-old girls in Australia are now immunised against the human papilloma virus, according to new figures released by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW).HPV vaccination during pregnancy shows no ill effectsReutersHPV Vaccine Appears Safe in Early PregnancyMedPage TodayAust immunisation rates against HPV riseSky News Australia89.3 KPCC -Philly.com -Courier Mail -Tasmania Examinerall 29 news articles »

Video footage shows gruesome moment missing man is cut out of giant python's body - NEWS.com.au;

Video footage shows gruesome moment missing man is cut out of giant python's body - NEWS.com.au

NEWS.com.auVideo footage shows gruesome moment missing man is cut out of giant python's bodyNEWS.com.auWARNING: Graphic content and images. SHOCKING details are coming to light over the discovery of a man swallowed by a giant reticulated python. A man who went missing in a remote Indonesian village on the island of West Sulawesi on Sunday night has ...An Indonesian man disappears, and villagers find his body inside a seven-metre-long pythonSouth China Morning PostVillagers Find Missing Man's Corpse In Belly Of Enormous SnakeGizmodo AustraliaPython Swallows Indonesian Man Whole, With Aftermath Caught on VideoNew York TimesCT Post -Jakarta Post -New York's PIX11 / WPIX-TV -PerezHilton.comall 149 news articles »

'Menstrual leave' & abortions: Women's rights debate rages in Italy - RT;

'Menstrual leave' & abortions: Women's rights debate rages in Italy - RT

RT'Menstrual leave' & abortions: Women's rights debate rages in ItalyRTThe United Nations Human Rights Committee has recommended that Italy do more to ensure women have better access to free and safe abortions amid concerns that doctors are not providing terminations because it goes against the teachings of their faith.Italian Women Might Start Getting Paid Time Off Each Month For Their PeriodsCosmopolitan.comItaly is weighing a law granting paid leave for women with painful periodsVoxItaly's paid menstrual-leave bill would come with a big cost to Italian womenQuartzYahoo Health -City A.M. -WTOL.com -Fortuneall 60 news articles »

'Menstrual Cycle in a Dish' Explores Intricacies of Female Body - Philly.com;

'Menstrual Cycle in a Dish' Explores Intricacies of Female Body - Philly.com

The Verge'Menstrual Cycle in a Dish' Explores Intricacies of Female BodyPhilly.comWEDNESDAY, March 29, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- Scientists say they have created a palm-size model of the female reproductive system that even has a period. Dubbed a menstrual cycle in a dish, the miniature 3-D replica includes human and rodent tissue ...How to build a female reproductive system that fits in the palm of your handPBS NewsHourScientists built a female menstrual cycle in a boxNew York PostMicrofluidic system mimics 28-day female reproductive cycleThe Biological SCENELive Science -MIT Technology Review -NPR -Deccan Chronicleall 48 news articles »

Cases of Zika-Linked Birth Defects Dropped in Brazil in 2016 - Philly.com;

Cases of Zika-Linked Birth Defects Dropped in Brazil in 2016 - Philly.com

The Straits TimesCases of Zika-Linked Birth Defects Dropped in Brazil in 2016Philly.comWEDNESDAY, March 29, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- Brazil experienced a smaller-than-expected increase in cases of microcephaly in 2016, despite the continued spread of the mosquito-borne Zika virus. Researchers predicted 1,133 cases of microcephaly ...RNA Nanoparticles Programmed for Zika VaccineControlled Environments MagazineFirst Zika cluster of 2017 reported in Simon PlaceThe Straits TimesWhat you need to know as S'pore sees first active Zika cluster of 2017TODAYonlineAsiaOne -STAT -Doctors Lounge -gulfnews.comall 22 news articles »

Are Marathons Bad for Your Kidneys? - Shape Magazine;

Are Marathons Bad for Your Kidneys? - Shape Magazine

Shape MagazineAre Marathons Bad for Your Kidneys?Shape MagazineA new study shows that long-endurance exercise may lead to kidney damage, but it's not as scary as it sounds. Charlotte Hilton Andersen's picture. By Charlotte Hilton Andersen | Mar 29, 2017. 1200-new-york-city-marathon.jpg. If you were to ask people ...The Many Ways Running a Marathon Destroys Your BodyDiscover Magazine (blog)Study: Marathon Running May Cause Short-Term Kidney InjuryPhysical Therapy ProductsThe weird internal injury runners suffer after a marathonNew York PostHealth24 -Newsweek -The Hans India -American Council on Science and Healthall 49 news articles »

Can playing Tetris help prevent PTSD? - NHS Choices;

Can playing Tetris help prevent PTSD? - NHS Choices

NHS ChoicesCan playing Tetris help prevent PTSD?NHS Choices"Tetris can prevent post-traumatic stress disorder," reports The Daily Telegraph. An early stage study found that people who'd been in traffic accidents who played the popular computer game while waiting in A&E for treatment had fewer intrusive ...Playing Tetris can reduce onset of PTSD after trauma, study showsCNNVideo Game May Help Ward Off PTSD (CNN)MedPage TodayTetris Shows Promise in Helping PTSD VictimsVoice of AmericaThe Hindu -Lifehacker Australia -Ars Technica -India Todayall 48 news articles »

Using stem cells to create an endless supply of blood - KRDO;

Using stem cells to create an endless supply of blood - KRDO

KRDOUsing stem cells to create an endless supply of bloodKRDO(CNN) - For decades, scientists have sought to create red blood cells in the lab -- a "holy grail" that some hoped could ease regional blood shortages, especially for people with rare blood types. But now British researchers say they have overcome a ...Donating the umbilical cord could save someone's lifeWNDU-TVInside the BLOOD BREWERY: Incredible stem cell technique could help boost transfusion suppliesDaily MailResearchers Work on Procedure to 'Brew Blood' to Fight Blood DisordersBreitbart NewsBaystreet.ca -Ynetnews -Mirror.co.uk -Techlyall 50 news articles »

Paralyzed man uses experimental device to regain hand movements - CNN;

Paralyzed man uses experimental device to regain hand movements - CNN

CNNParalyzed man uses experimental device to regain hand movementsCNN(CNN) A man paralyzed from his shoulders down has regained use of his right hand with the aid of an experimental prosthetic that replaces lost connections between the brain and the muscles. As described in a paper published Tuesday in the journal The ...Quadriplegic man regains use of arm in medical first: studyTimes LIVEParalysed man moves arm using power of thought in world firstThe GuardianParalysed man feeds himself with help of implantsBBC NewsTelegraph.co.uk -The Independent -TIME -NDTVall 77 news articles »

IQ benefits of breastfeeding questioned in new study - CTV News;

IQ benefits of breastfeeding questioned in new study - CTV News

CTV NewsIQ benefits of breastfeeding questioned in new studyCTV NewsBreastfeeding is wonderful for developing the bond between mother and baby, helping new mothers lose the baby weight, and boosting an infant's immunity to illnesses. But don't count on it to raise a baby's IQ, a new study suggests. New research ...Science just gave mothers another reason to let go of their breastfeeding guiltQuartzBreastfeeding doesn't make kids smarter, study saysWTSP.comFor babies, breastfeeding is still best, even if it doesn't make them smarter (though it might)Los Angeles TimesTech Times -MedPage Today -The Independent -CNNall 32 news articles »

Beating human heart tissue is grown on spinach leaves - The Indian Express;

Beating human heart tissue is grown on spinach leaves - The Indian Express

The Indian ExpressBeating human heart tissue is grown on spinach leavesThe Indian ExpressScientists have successfully cultured beating human heart cells on spinach leaves, solving the long-standing problem of delivering blood into artificially developed tissues. 0. Shares. Facebook · Twitter · Google Plus · Whatsapp. By: PTI | Updated ...Scientists create beating human heart from spinach leavesNewsdayScientists grow heart tissue on spinachXinhuaScientists have turned spinach into human heart tissuemyfox8.comCTV News -Business Insider -Times LIVE -CNBCall 129 news articles »

Cats Care About People More Than Food, New Study Finds - TIME;

Cats Care About People More Than Food, New Study Finds - TIME

TIMECats Care About People More Than Food, New Study FindsTIMECats may have a reputation of being standoffish creatures who show their owners affection merely to fill their tummies. However, a new study carried out by scientists from Oregon State University has determined that felines actually prefer human social ...Cats like human interaction more than food: StudyTimes of India'Sociable Cat' Is Not An OxymoronAmerican Council on Science and HealthNew Study Shows Cats Are Nice — We Just Don't Understand ThemKonbiniHindustan Times -Thrillist -Tech Times -HealthCentral.comall 27 news articles »

Highlighting World Autism Awareness Week - TV3.ie;

Highlighting World Autism Awareness Week - TV3.ie

TV3.ieHighlighting World Autism Awareness WeekTV3.ieFrom Monday 27 March (17) people around the globe will be marking World Autism Awareness Week. Running up until Sunday 2 April, people are being asked to get involved and help make a difference to the lives of those who suffer with autism. It's also a ...VR experiences provides unique look into life as a child with AutismAberdeen Evening ExpressAutistic friendly places you can visit with the kids in and around NewcastleChronicleLiveWirral Based Autism Charity Visits Woodfall School in NestonAboutMyAreaBT.com -Medscape -Herald Scotland -Lincolnshire Todayall 43 news articles »

High-fiber diet may check onset of diabetes - The Indian Express;

High-fiber diet may check onset of diabetes - The Indian Express

The Indian ExpressHigh-fiber diet may check onset of diabetesThe Indian ExpressThe specialised diet uses starches — found in many foods including fruit and vegetables — that resist digestion. 13. Shares. Facebook · Twitter · Google Plus · Whatsapp. By: IANS | Sydney | Published:March 28, 2017 5:06 pm. diabetes, diabetes best ...High-fibre diet key in fight against diabetes, study showThe Standard (press release)'Medicinal food' diet counters onset of type 1 diabetesScience DailyWant to avoid diabetes? A 'medicinal diet' might helpEconomic TimesNDTV -Diabetes.co.uk -The Guardian -Herald Sunall 17 news articles »

BRCA Testing Has Skyrocketed, but Misses High-Risk Women - Medscape;

BRCA Testing Has Skyrocketed, but Misses High-Risk Women - Medscape

Daily TimesBRCA Testing Has Skyrocketed, but Misses High-Risk WomenMedscapeAlthough the number of women referred for genetic counseling and BRCA mutation testing in the United States has skyrocketed in the past decade, the vast majority of women at high risk for breast and ovarian cancer are not being tested, a large, ...12 new genes linked to ovarian cancer identifiedIndia TodayNew research identifies 12 new genes that can cause ovarian cancerHindustan TimesNew genes that cause ovarian cancer foundSky News AustraliaMedical News Today -Courier Mail -WPTZ -The Sunall 20 news articles »

Poverty endangers the health of Zimbabweans- Chinamasa - Zim News .NET Zimbabwe;

Poverty endangers the health of Zimbabweans- Chinamasa - Zim News .NET Zimbabwe

Zim News .NET ZimbabwePoverty endangers the health of Zimbabweans- ChinamasaZim News .NET ZimbabweThe Minister of Finance in Zimbabwe, Patrick Chinamasa says poverty remains the country's top enemy that is undermining the citizens' well-being characterized by experiences of economic, political, social discrimination and disempowerment. In his ...Zim, Kuwait seal $20m irrigation dealChronicleall 2 news articles »

In Breakthrough Discovery, Scientists Mass-Produce Artificial Blood - Huffington Post;

In Breakthrough Discovery, Scientists Mass-Produce Artificial Blood - Huffington Post

Huffington PostIn Breakthrough Discovery, Scientists Mass-Produce Artificial BloodHuffington PostThe technique could one day be used to sustainably create blood, particularly for patients with rare blood types. By Carolyn Gregoire. Maciej Frolow. Every two seconds, someone in the U.S. needs blood, and every year, 4.5 million Americans would die ...How umbilical cords are saving the lives of cancer patientsThe IndependentImmortal Stem Cells Let Scientists Create an Unlimited Supply of Artificial BloodScienceAlertThere's one amazing thing you can do with your umbilical cord after birthThe Standard (press release)Business Standard -CNBC -satPRnews (press release) -Engadgetall 34 news articles »

The life cord - Daily Pioneer;

The life cord - Daily Pioneer

Invest Daily News: Market Research News by Market.BizThe life cordDaily PioneerFind a bank that promises to harvest 80 ml blood. Anything less than that is of no use in the field of transplantation medicine. If a bank assures you of collecting 24 ml or 30 ml, it is technically telling you that his amount will be of no use. You've ...Global Stem Cell Umbilical Cord Blood Market 2017 : Cryosite, Stemlife, Smart Cells, LifeCell, CryolifeMedgadget (blog)all 7 news articles »

Global rise of multidrug resistant tuberculosis threatens to derail decades of progress - Science Daily;

Global rise of multidrug resistant tuberculosis threatens to derail decades of progress - Science Daily

The HinduGlobal rise of multidrug resistant tuberculosis threatens to derail decades of progressScience DailyDate: March 23, 2017; Source: The Lancet; Summary: The rise of multidrug-resistant (MDR) and extensively drug-resistant (XDR) tuberculosis (TB) threatens to derail decades of progress in controlling the disease, according to a new report. Share:.Amid Antibiotic Resistance And Current Treatments, How Are We Faring In The Fight Against Tuberculosis?Tech TimesMy battle with TB: Saurabh RaneThe HinduReport: Global increase in drug-resistant TB threatens to ruin efforts to eradicate the diseaseNews-Medical.netlegal Insurrection (blog) -The Independent -Times LIVE -Kuensel, Buhutan's National Newspaperall 20 news articles »