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Poor diet that is tied to 5% of all cancer cases, says study

An estimated 80,110 new cases of cancer in persons 20 and older in the United States in 2015 are related only to eating a poor diet, according to studies, published in the JNCI Cancer Spectrum on Wednesday. "This is equivalent to about 5.2% of all cases of new cancer-diagnosed cancer cases in US adults in 2015," Dr. Fang Fang Zhang, …

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& # 39; Incredibly & # 39 ;: Yiddish translation of New York's meteorological message with errors

Promotes the community's own language, the agency spent thousands of dollars printing and distributing tips on measles information in Yiddish to hang at the doors of more than 45,000 homes in communities. But something lost in translation: The Yiddish was cut off, according to language experts consulted by CNN. Door hangers delivered to Rockland County homes are so numerous that …

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Google's Medical AI Detects Lung Cancer With 94% Accuracy

In a new study published this week, Google's lung cancer-detecting AI was able to detect lung cancer as well as a trained radiologist, if not better. Google's Neural Network Can Now Spot Cancer Google joined up with medical researchers to train its deep learning AI to detect lung cancer in CT scans, performing as well as or better than trained …

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Scientists Say 30 Minutes Of Your Time Twice A Year Can Help Treat Alzheimer's

If you want to do something to speed up the cure for Alzheimer's, join the Brain Health Registry, " Michael W. Weiner, MD [19659001] A professor of radiology and biomedical engineering, medicine, psychiatry and neurology at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), Weiner is the principal investigator of the Brain Health Registry (BHR) and the National Institutes of Health …

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Now there is a nasal spray that rapidly crushes depression – BGR

Depression affects the lives of many people and, while there are many table options to treatment, there are many slow-moving and lasting days or even weeks before a person feels the benefits. Furthermore, a large percentage of people diagnosed with depression did not respond to many modern treatments. Now, a new treatment option receives acceptance from researchers, and it can …

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Rabbis agree: Get vaccinated, already

Despite a massive campaign by New York health officials urging people to vaccinate their children, the measles outbreak continues to worsen here in New York and nationally. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported this week that 880 new cases 24 states have been identified. Most of those cases are in New York, with the Empire State's total now …

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FDA hidden database included 37,000 reports of problems with Medtronic defibrillator wires

When medical device maker Medtronic pulled its popular but fracture-prone Sprint Fidelis defibrillator leads from the market a decade ago, a cascade of complaints involving tens of thousands of the skinny wire devices soon followed. The leads, which allow an implanted defibrillator to shock the heart and prevent sudden cardiac death, were the subject of more than 36,900 individual reports …

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