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A tiny pulse of electricity can help the brain form lasting memories

by Jon Hamilton PHILADELPHIA, PA, February 6, 2018 – A little electrical brain stimulation can go a long way in boosting memory. The

Breast cancer treatments can raise heart risks, doctors warn

by Jacqueline Howard Heart disease and cancer are the top two leading causes of death in the United States — and a new

Age-related hearing loss

Causes Tiny hair cells inside your inner ear help you hear. They pick up sound waves and change them into the nerve signals

Fight Back Against Colon Cancer

SUGAR LAND – (January 26, 2018) – Colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer diagnosed in men and women in the United

Could couscous be next in line for UNESCO’s intangible cultural heritage list?

This North African culinary specialty — to which Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia all lay claim — could be set to join UNESCO’s list

Five highlights from Paris haute couture fashion week

by Fiachra Gibbons PARIS, France | AFP – As Paris haute couture week ends Thursday, we look at the five things

Heart attack risk high with only one cigarette a day

by Marlowe Hood PARIS, France | AFP | 1/24/2018 – Just one cigarette a day carries nearly half the risk for

‘Soccer is medicine’ says new study

Good news for those who enjoy a weekend kickabout with friends — a new European study has found that enjoying recreational soccer (referred

Measles? Bring it on, says US ‘vaccine choice’ movement

by Kerry Sheridan MIAMI | AFP | Friday 1/26/2018 – Joe Accurso, a 47-year-old chiropractor, refused to vaccinate his daughter against

Six Reasons Your Back Hurts

SUGAR LAND – (January 29, 2018) – Your back is a feat of biological engineering: More than 33 vertebrae form the column that