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Metal-on-metal total hip replacements have a much higher failure rate than other options and "should not be implanted", say researchers. They said data from the world's largest register of hip implants provided "unequivocal evidence" of the failure rate

17 Mar 2012, 02:16
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One dose of the hallucinogenic drug LSD could help alcoholics give up drinking, according to an analysis of studies performed in the 1960s

16 Mar 2012, 12:27
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Despite recent speculation on tumor genetics, the latest study by CRUK (Cancer Research UK) showed that tumor cells have significant genetic variations. It was the first wide-range genome analysis of tumor made recently

14 Mar 2012, 09:15
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Scientists say they "serendipitously" discovered that a drug used to treat a type of cancer quickly reversed Alzheimer's disease in mice

10 Feb 2012, 09:14
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The list of reasons to quit smoking just got longer. A new study published today on the website of the Archives of General Psychiatry has found that smoking appears to accelerate the pace of age-related cognitive decline in middle-aged men

8 Feb 2012, 08:34
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This week, a study was presented at the American Stroke Association’s International Stroke Conference that caught my eye

2 Feb 2012, 08:41
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Rave-goers and visitors to Amsterdam before December 2008 may be intimately familiar with magic mushrooms, but there's little scientific knowledge on what happens to the brain while tripping

25 Jan 2012, 08:40
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The ache, the hurt, the burn, the stab. We use all kinds of words to describe pain, but the truth is that there’s no way to know if what you experience as pain differs from anyone else’s – it’s a matter of individual perception

24 Jan 2012, 01:35
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Quick, come up with an imaginary co-worker. Did you imagine someone who is positive, confident, and resourceful? Who rises to the occasion in times of trouble?

17 Jan 2012, 01:49
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Wearing a nicotine patch may help improve memory loss in older adults with mild cognitive impairment, according to a study published in Neurology, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology

11 Jan 2012, 02:02
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