Study reveals inhibitory role of ‘Ter cells’ in cancer therapy

[ad_1] Credit: CC0 Public Domain Targeted radiation is often used to study and treat various types of cancer. A multidisciplinary research team based at the University of Chicago Medicine recently focused on a type of cell that releases a protein that improves resistance to cancer therapies and promotes tumor progression. …

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Exercise can help curb attacks

[ad_1] By Cara Murez HealthDay Reporter WEDNESDAY February 24, 2021 (HealthDay News) Anyone with frequent migraine symptoms knows the experience: pounding, pain, visual disturbance. Exercise has long been a potential way to reduce migraine triggers, but a new study suggests it may be especially effective with triggers such as stress, …

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Prevent Bottle Tooth Decay on MedicineNet.com

[ad_1] (HealthDay News) – If your toddler receives a lot of sugary fluids – including juice, formula, and even some brands of milk – the sugars in these fluids can cling to the teeth and cause tooth decay from the bottle. “. The American Dental Association offers these preventative suggestions: …

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Coronavirus antibodies appear to stop reinfection for months

[ad_1] (HealthDay) – The protective antibodies of the immune system that develop after being infected with COVID-19 last for at least a few months, suggests a new study. And reinfection appears to be relatively rare. This could have big implications for public health and societies, including allowing people to return …

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Tiger Woods hospitalized after car accident

[ad_1] By Robin Foster HealthDay Reporter TUESDAY 23 February 2021 (HealthDay News) Golf legend Tiger Woods is in hospital after his car rolled over in a Los Angeles neighborhood on Tuesday morning. “Tiger Woods was in a single car accident this morning in California where he sustained multiple leg injuries. …

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Health tip: feel full with fewer calories

[ad_1] Latest news on diet and weight management (HealthDay News) – Low-calorie foods that help you feel full can promote weight loss and prevent overeating. The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggests eating: More fruits and vegetables, without adding additional fat sources. Apples, watermelon, berries, carrots, spinach, …

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Raising awareness of childhood dementia

[ad_1] 25 Feb 2021 Ahead of Rare Disease Day – Sunday, February 28 – Associate Professor Kim Hemsley’s studies of childhood dementia are helping to find answers that may aid in the treatment of these largely unannounced conditions. Image Credit: Flinders University Associate Professor Hemsley heads the Pediatric Dementia Research …

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