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World Sickle Cell Day: Black Participation in Clinical Trials Impact Search for Cure – NBCNews.com

NBCNews.com World Sickle Cell Day: Black Participation in Clinical Trials Impact Search for CureNBCNews.comSickle cell disease is one of the most prevalent genetic disorders in the United States, yet more than a century after the disease was first diagnosed, there are limited cure options and no medications to manage pain specifically associated with the …How Can Cannabis Help People with... 

Transgender rights critical for the health of 25 million transgender people worldwide – Science Daily

Pulse Headlines Transgender rights critical for the health of 25 million transgender people worldwideScience DailyDate: June 17, 2016; Source: The Lancet; Summary: 2015 was an unprecedented year in the recognition of transgender rights in some high-income countries. However, as a new series of articles reveals, public recognition has yet to translate to a …Transgender Healthcare: Why Finding... 

Transgender rights critical for the health of 25 million transgender people worldwide – Science Daily

Pulse Headlines Transgender rights critical for the health of 25 million transgender people worldwideScience DailyDate: June 17, 2016; Source: The Lancet; Summary: 2015 was an unprecedented year in the recognition of transgender rights in some high-income countries. However, as a new series of articles reveals, public recognition has yet to translate to a …Transgender Healthcare: Why Finding... 

Mosquito season: West Nile hits state – Shawnee News Star

The Denver Post Mosquito season: West Nile hits stateShawnee News StarWith summer brings outdoor activities and water fun –– but also pesky mosquitoes and potentially serious problems. Just one of those problems just made an appearance –– West Nile virus –– as the state has just encountered its first 2016 case with the …Five ways to avoid scary mosquito bitesThe Killeen Daily... 

Tree nuts can reduce prostate cancer patients’ mortality risk: study – NH Voice

NH Voice Tree nuts can reduce prostate cancer patients' mortality risk: studyNH VoiceEating lots of tree nuts, such as almonds, pine nuts, cashews, walnuts and pistachios, can significantly reduce non-metastatic prostate cancer patients' risk of dying from the disease, a new study suggested. A team of researchers from the Brigham and …Preventive Care Makes Sense at Any AgeState... 
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