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Your guide to the FDA's new Nutrition Facts label

It's no secret that America's pants are ripping at the seams. A recent CDC study found the rate of obesity in the United States is still continuing its upward trajectory. To put the numbers into perspective, health officials expressed concern in 1997 when 19.4 percent...

source: By Natalie Thomas
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If you’ve ever paused to reflect on the moody, filtered shots of a friend’s Instagram feed and wondered whether you should reach out, a new study may confirm your worries. Researchers Andrew Reece of Harvard University and Chris Danforth of the University of...

source: The Washington Post

Diagnoses of early prostate cancer continue to decline in the United States, following the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force recommendation against routine screening for the disease, researchers report. The screening involves a blood test that identifies levels of PSA,...

source: HealthDay News via Chicago Tribune

Each year the Pan-Mass Challenge unites roughly six-thousand cyclists, volunteers, donors and sponsors who share a passion for discovering improved cures for all types of cancer. All money raised by the PMC is donated to the Dana-Farber...

source: Forbes

Carcinogens abounded 1.7 million years ago in Early Pleistocene times when a nameless protohuman wandered the South African countryside in what came to be known as the Cradle of Humankind. Then, as now, ultraviolet radiation poured...

source: The New York Times

Of all living things, why do humans alone create advanced technology? Not long ago, scientists thought it was because we are the only intelligent life form on this planet. That explanation alone no longer suffices. Over the last decade, scientists have discovered that crows...

source: Bloomberg

The activity of two genes may help predict certain breast cancer patients’ chances of survival and guide their treatment, British researchers report. “We have seen major strides in the treatment of breast cancer, but once it begins to spread round the body it...

source: HealthDay News via CBS News


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