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‘Placenta-eating’ fad more risky than trendy – Business Standard

Discovery News 'Placenta-eating' fad more risky than trendyBusiness StandardEating placenta may have caught up as a latest celebrity trend, boasting about its benefits, it turns out that not only does it not have any health benefits, but it also poses unknown risks. A new Northwestern Medicine review of 10 current published research …No evidence that eating placenta post-birth... 

FDA Panel Backs a ‘Female Viagra’ – Wall Street Journal

Wall Street Journal FDA Panel Backs a 'Female Viagra'Wall Street JournalWill there finally be a Viagra for women? A Food and Drug Administration advisory panel has recommended the first drug to help combat female sexual dysfunction. And Sprout Pharmaceuticals, which owns the pill, hopes agency approval will occur in …US FDA panel backs female libido drug, with conditionsReuters'Female... 

Amazon, Google race to get your DNA into the cloud – Reuters

Reuters Amazon, Google race to get your DNA into the cloudReutersNEW YORK Amazon.com Inc is in a race against Google Inc to store data on human DNA, seeking both bragging rights in helping scientists make new medical discoveries and market share in a business that may be worth $1 billion a year by 2018. Academic …NIH researchers sequence healthy volunteers' DNA and find they aren't... 

Texas doctors do first skull-scalp transplant – Daily Mail

Daily Mail Texas doctors do first skull-scalp transplantDaily MailTexas doctors say they have done the world's first partial skull and scalp transplant to help a man with a large head wound from cancer treatment. MD Anderson Cancer Center and Houston Methodist Hospital doctors announced Thursday that they did the …World first with skull scalp transplant.ABC Online (blog)World-first... 

Screening reduces risk of breast cancer death by 40 percent – New Vision

New Vision Screening reduces risk of breast cancer death by 40 percentNew VisionWomen who undergo mammography screening reduce their risk of dying from breast cancer by 40 percent, an international study published in the US shows. Researchers reported that women aged 50 to 69 who received screening were 40 percent less likely …Screening for breast cancer saves livesIrish TimesOak Park... 
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