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Google's secretive Project Calico is aimed at defeating death itself - or at least staving it off far longer than ever before.
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Kwock, who is board-certified by the American Board of Radiology, received a medical degree from Tulane University, New Orleans; did internship training at University of California, San Francisco, and residency training at University of Illinois, Chicago.
Some new insurance beneficiaries of plans offered on the new online health exchanges lack sufficient numbers of clinicians, some say.
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From left: a filtered tobacco cigarette, an NJOY brand e-cigarette, a blu brand e-cigarette and a LuxuryLites brand e-hookah, in New York, March 4, 2014.
* Native Hawaiian, Korean and Japanese groups tended to smoke at rates near the U.S. average.
Not a bad idea at all, making one's own decisions. Unfortunately, it's not always easy today if those are health care decisions, especially if you're a woman... especially if you're poor... especially if you live in the many, many areas of the U.S. without access to a women's health clinic.
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The number of films that children are likely to see that include smoking has dropped for the fifth straight year, a new report finds. Overall, there has been a nearly 72 percent drop since 2005 in smoking depictions in movies rated G, PG or PG-13 -- from 2,093 incidents of onscreen smoking to 595 in 2010.
The debate over e-cigarettes has been heating up. Are the smokeless, battery-powered, nicotine-dispensing devices a gateway to smoking for young people or a helpful way for smokers to quit? Public health experts can be found on both sides of the debate.
An infant being carried at his circumcision in an Orthodox synagogue in Berlin in 2013.
She is also an active member of the national cooperative group, ALLIANCE, and is among the founding members of the Translational Breast Cancer Research Consortium.
A new study has linked the stiffness of breast tissue to the progression of a particularly aggressive form of breast cancer.
Researchers have used an electrical current to orchestrate the flow of a group of cells, an achievement that could establish the basis for more controlled forms of tissue engineering and for potential applications such as "smart bandages" that use electrical stimulation to help heal wounds.
Researchers say the evidence for that has been 'unconvincing,' and they suggest that regulations should forbid such claims until there is supporting research.