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What the Forbidden Grapefruit Has to Do With Ontario Innovation
Science & Tech  (tags: grapefruit, ontario, innovation, research, ontario, universititee, drug cocktails, discovery, humans, medicine, science, scientists, society, study )

Lone
- 34 minutes ago - thestar.com
Research Matters, a project involving 21 Ontario universities, celebrates researchers and visionaries, including a Western researcher who discovered deadly drug cocktails
No Time to Mourn
Health & Wellness  (tags: mental health, Israel, Palestine, death, occupation, uplifting, world, 'Gaza Community Mental Health Program', humans, safety, news, interesting, family, society, investigation, medicine )

Carrie
- 5 hours ago - mondoweiss.net
I first saw the spanking new administrative buildings for the Gaza Community Mental Health Program in 2005; ten years later there is a rusty shabbiness to the exterior but the people working inside are energetic and spectacular.
Why Cigarette Usage Is At Record Lows And Dropping
Health & Wellness  (tags: GoodNews, goodnews, cancer, prevention, medicine, disease, illness, health )

Glenn
- 16 hours ago - huffingtonpost.com
Let's hope it drops even further.
Cancer Experts Are Finally Feeling Optimistic ~ Here's Why ~ TEXT and VIDEO
Health & Wellness  (tags: cancer, 'The Emperor of All Malaies', PBS, health, disease, research, prevention, protection, humans, interesting, medicine, news, treatment, illness, society, study, science )

Carrie
- 2 days ago - motherjones.com
In Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies, a three-part documentary executive-produced by Ken Burns and set to air on PBS from March 30 -April 1, director Barak Goodman delivers a sweeping, and fascinating, and tear-jerking, and horrifying, history of ...
Altering Brain Chemistry Makes Us More Sensitive To Inequality
Science & Tech  (tags: concept, discovery, humans, impathy, interesting, medicine, research, study )

Kathy
- 5 days ago - myscienceacademy.org
What if there were a pill that made you more compassionate and more likely to give spare change to someone less fortunate? UC Berkeley scientists have taken a big step in that direction.
SAVE LIVES; FDA: Accelerated Approval for GM604
Health & Wellness  (tags: healthcare, politics, FDA, medicine, healthcare, health, government, disease, Body-Mind-Spirit, treatment, study, protection )

Cal
- 6 days ago - change.org
Hello everyone, my name is Anthony Carbajal and my mom and I are both living with a devastating neurological disease called ALS.
Blowing Smoke - The Weirdest Medical Procedures Throughout History
Science & Tech  (tags: history, medicine )

Glenn
- 8 days ago - chacha.com
I don't think that any modern doctor would try any of these.
Fukushima Radiation Found in Sample of Green Tea From Japan
Health & Wellness  (tags: warning, world, Fukushima, radiation, green tea, risks, safety, research, society, illness, food, health, diet, disease, cancer, children, environment, ethics, government, medicine, news, protection, humans )

Carrie
- 12 days ago - ecowatch.com
Four years after the multiple explosions and melt-downs at Fukushima, it seems the scary stories have only just begun to surface. Given that Japan's authoritarian regime of Shinzo Abe has cracked down on the information flow from Fukushima with ...
Ebola Crisis Could Fuel Measles Outbreak in West Africa
World  (tags: world, treatment, safety, risks, research, protection, prevention, medicine, interesting, illness, humans, health, disease, death, Ebola Crisis, Measles, West Africa, immunization, epidemic )

Darren
- 13 days ago - scientificamerican.com
Gaps in immunization could cause as many deaths as the current epidemic itself
How Quickly Would Measles Spread If Too Few People Were Vaccinated?
Health & Wellness  (tags: world, warning, treatment, study, safety, risks, research, protection, prevention, medicine, illness, humans, healthcare, health, disease, measles, vaccination, simulation, University of Pittsburg )

Darren
- 13 days ago - blogs.scientificamerican.com
What would actually happen if only 80 percent of school-age children were vaccinated against the measles? ItâEUR(TM)s a scary thought that a new simulation from the University of Pittsburgh aims to visualize.
How Molly Works in the Brain
Health & Wellness  (tags: world, treatment, study, research, protection, prevention, medicine, illness, humans, health, disease, Molly, brain, street drug )

Darren
- 13 days ago - scientificamerican.com
A dangerous street drug may also have research value
Cancer Deaths Could Be Virtually Eliminated By 2050
Health & Wellness  (tags: Cancer, Cancer Deaths, Science, Research, Treatment, Technology, Medicine, Lifestyle, 2050 )

Brian
- 16 days ago - fastcoexist.com
Although cancer is generally thought to be on the increase, the future prognosis is actually more positive. By the middle of the century, the disease could be more or less eliminated for most age groups, new research says.
Is Congress Preparing to Cut Vital Hospital Care?
Health & Wellness  (tags: healthcare, congress, medicine, prevention, disease, health, humans, safety, protection )

Sabine
- 17 days ago - thepetitionsite.com
Hospitals play a critical role in communities all over America. But right now they are in trouble, and we need to help before it is too late. Congress is considering cutting billions of dollars in vital hospital care as part of an adjustment to the...
Would You Buy An 84mpg Car If It Only Had Two Seats?
Science & Tech  (tags: ancient, animals, archaeology, astronomy, business, climate, computer, computers, concept, design, discovery, energy, environment, GeneticEngineering, Gizmos, habitat, health, history, humans, interesting, internet, investigation, medicine, nasa, news, Ne )

Jamie
- 18 days ago - eliogenuine.eliomotors.com
Would you buy it? What do you think of the Elio car? A unique 2 seater that gets 84mpg highway. Yes it has automatic transmission and AC. It has a roll bar and air bags and should get good safety ratings. It can go 100 mph. What do you think of it?
Strange Chinese Root Beats Ebola Virus
Health & Wellness  (tags: ebola cure, stephania root, Chinese medicine, health, medicine, disease )

Nancy
- 20 days ago - institutefornaturalhealing.com
You see, scientists want to create a drug that mimics natural tetrandrineâEUR¦ They canâEUR(TM)t write a prescription for Stephania root. It doesnâEUR(TM)t surprise us that Big Pharma wants to cash in on its power. And who knows what kind of side effects their...
 

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