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This study analyzed data on U.S. immigrants in the 2010–2014 National Health Interview Surveys and examined the association between length of U.S. residence and cardiometabolic risk factors. Read more Violence A Qualitative Study of Survival Strategies Used by Low-Income Black Women Who Experience Intimate Partner Violence by Bushra Sabri, Kamila Alexander, Jacquelyn Campbell, and colleagues in Social Work This research explores the survivor strategies used by low-income black women who have experienced intimate partner violence in the past two years. Read more Community ...
DEMENTIA symptoms can include difficulty performing familiar tasks, problems with language and disorientation in familiar places. Restlessness could also be a sign of the condition
EAMONN Holmes has revealed he wears a hearing aid to treat his hearing loss. The ITV This Morning and Good Morning Britain presenter could be at risk of dementia, as the neurodegenerative condition has been linked to hearing loss.
One month after stepping down as head of research and development at Gilead Sciences, Norbert Bischofberger has taken the helm of a new cancer drug startup in Cambridge. Kronos Bio formally announced its launch on Wednesday. The company is operating out of LabCentral, and has collected $18 million in seed financing from various venture funds and individual investors. They include Bischofberger, who spent more than 30 years with California-based Gilead (Nasdaq: GIL D) before leaving in April. Kronos’…
Norbert Bischofberger rides again. The 62-year-old former chief scientific officer at Gilead Sciences Inc. (NASDAQ: GILD), who stepped down last month after overseeing the development of groundbreaking and sometimes-controversial HIV and hepatitis C drugs, will become president and CEO of Cambridge, Mass., cancer-fighting startup K ronos Bio Inc. And Bischofberger, an investor in Kronos' $18 million seed round disclosed Wednesday, isn't alone: Also investing in the company is Gilead's executive…
Claire Wineland vowed she wouldn't have a lung transplant, but her decline from cystic fibrosis made her reconsider. Now she's fighting for a chance at survival.
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If you ’ re more Eeyore than Tigger when it comes to sports, reach out and elicit suggestions.
You are probably familiar with the Mediterranean diet, which emphasizes fruits, vegetables, nuts, whole grains and olive oil. The diet has been associated with a lower incidence of cardiovascular disease, cancer and Type 2 diabetes, as well as a reduced risk of Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases. But there's another diet that has its roots overseas, and it appears to offer similar health benefits.
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