If you have trouble falling or staying asleep, there are many ways to treat these common problems
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Researchers have new clues about which changes come first
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The boy is the first child in the world to have been cured of brainstem glioma
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Virginia Dr. Dhaval Patel is writing his life story one letter at a time thanks to eye-tracking technology.
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In Phase 1 trial, 8 out of 32 patients were completely cured. "That looks like a small number, but a 25% cure in pancreas cancer is much better than the current barely 5% cure."
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Manning will try to scrape together the funds himself to take care of his partner, as his partner took care of him for so many years.
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VR “stimulated virtually every area of my brain, all of the senses."
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Excess amounts of vitamin B3 — which is found in meat, fish, nuts, and fortified cereals and breads — may trigger inflammation and damage blood vessels.
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The Lummi Nation declared a state of emergency over fentanyl, adding drug-sniffing dogs and checkpoints, while revoking bail for drug-related charges.
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The therapy shrank tumors in about a third of patients who had run out of treatment options, according to a clinical trial.
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An estimated 17 million people in the U.S. have the type of food allergies that can cause rapid, serious symptoms
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