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  • 6/14/2021

    The Food and Drug Administration approved the first new treatment for Alzheimer’s disease in nearly two decades, a landmark decision that has been eagerly awaited by millions of Americans diagnosed with the condition but that will be hotly contested by some in the scientific community who doubt the drug’s effectiveness.

  • 6/14/2021

    Despite a name straight from a Tarantino movie, natural killer (NK) cells are your allies when it comes to fighting infections and cancer. If T cells are like a team of specialist doctors in an emergency room, NK cells are the paramedics: They arrive first on the scene and perform damage control until reinforcements arrive.

  • 6/14/2021

    Cancer of the blood, called leukemia, occurs most often in adults older than 55, but it’s also the most common cancer in children younger than 15. Treatment for leukemia has come a long way, but here are some things you may not know about the disease.

  • 6/7/2021

    A relatively new option for the dying and their families, death doulas began seeing a rise in popularity over the past few years after associations began offering training. These healthcare professionals provide support, comfort, and a new option for the dying and their families. 

  • 6/7/2021

    "The food industry knows that when they concentrate sugar, it becomes addictive...They also know that when they concentrate sugar, it causes liver fat, which leads to insulin resistance, metabolic syndrome and death. They do it anyway."

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