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Can a Child's Own Cells Fight Type 1 Diabetes?
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Can a Child's Own Cells Fight Type 1 Diabetes?

Doctors hope this first-of-its-kind clinical trial will lead to a cure for Type I Diabetes. »

Most Admit to Driving Under the Influence of Anger
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Most Admit to Driving Under the Influence of Anger

Nearly 8 of every 10 U.S. drivers admit expressing anger, aggression or road rage at least once in the previous year, according to a survey released Thursday by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety. »

33 Hospitalized After Calls About Mass K2 Overdose in NYC

33 Hospitalized After Calls About Mass K2 Overdose in NYC

Thirty-three people were taken to the hospital Tuesday morning after authorities responded to calls of people overdosing on K2 near a Brooklyn intersection that has been called one of the worst spots in New York... »

Placentae Can Bring New Life to Vision Treatments
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Placentae Can Bring New Life to Vision Treatments

“Think of it like a born again eye,” Dr. Chike Mordi from Vision Source in Houston, Texas says of a new treatment's ability to help regenerate eye tissue. With a placenta that meets stringent donor screening and... »

Prince Harry Takes HIV Test Live on Facebook

Prince Harry Takes HIV Test Live on Facebook

Prince Harry took an HIV blood test live through Facebook on Thursday to show how easy it is be checked, NBC News reported. »

NJ Schools Must Test Water for Lead Within Year
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NJ Schools Must Test Water for Lead Within Year

School districts in New Jersey that haven't tested their drinking water for lead must do so within a year under new rules adopted by the state. »

CDC's Tom Frieden Testifies at Zika Hearing

CDC's Tom Frieden Testifies at Zika Hearing

The upcoming Olympic games are not likely to have a major impact on the spread of Zika virus, although four developing countries could face a substantially higher risk, according to a new government... »

Hospital Therapy Dogs Help Staff And Patients Heal After Dallas Shooting
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Hospital Therapy Dogs Help Staff And Patients Heal After Dallas Shooting

As the saying goes, dogs are man's best friend and they are coming through in a big way for staff at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas. The hospital networks' assisted animal therapy program includes... »

Improving Lesbian Health With Focus on Wellness
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Improving Lesbian Health With Focus on Wellness

Lesbian and bisexual women have higher rates of obesity, smoking and stress when compared to their heterosexual counterparts, but one University of Missouri researcher is working to change that. »