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History of Depression Puts Women at Risk for Diabetes During Pregnancy, Study Finds - 03.31.2015

A history of depression may put women at risk for developing diabetes during pregnancy, according to research published in the latest issue of the Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic & Neonatal Nursing. This study also pointed to how common depression is during pregnancy and the need for screening and education.More »

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Fasting and Less-Toxic Cancer Drug May Work As Well as Chemotherapy - 03.31.2015

Fasting in combination with chemotherapy has already been shown to kill cancer cells, but a pair of new studies in mice suggests that a less-toxic class of drugs combined with fasting may kill breast, colorectal and lung cancer cells equally well.More »

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Common Bacteria on Verge of Becoming Antibiotic-Resistant Superbugs - 03.26.2015

New research shows that two genes that confer resistance against a particularly strong class of antibiotics--carbapenems--can be shared easily among a family of bacteria responsible for a significant portion of hospital-associated infections.More »

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Legally High? Teenagers and Prescription Drug Abuse - 03.25.2015

Legal drugs such as OxyContin now kill more people than heroin and cocaine combined.More »

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Blood Test for Patients on Acne Medication Deemed Unnecessary - 03.25.2015

For young, healthy women taking spironolactone to treat hormonal acne, frequent office visits and blood draws are an unnecessary health care expense, researchers report. For the approximately 1,000 patients studied, blood tests to monitor potassium levels did not change the course of treatment, but the tests cumulatively totaled up to $80,000.More »



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