VA’s slow but steady push to modernize its technology

VA’s slow but steady push to modernize its technology
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Wed, 11/30/2016 – 16:50

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UK’s first three-parent babies likely to be conceived in 2017

The approach might not always work but it should be safer than existing methods for preventing harmful and sometimes fatal mitochondrial diseases …read more Source:: New Scientist

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The campaign against alcohol abuse deserves two cheers

After years of public health messaging alcohol consumption is falling – now we need a sober assessment of how much further to push it …read more Source:: New Scientist

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Have you talked to your family about organ donation?

Too many people die waiting for an organ transplant. Here’s how you could save one of them …read more Source:: New Scientist

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Generation clean: Why many young adults choose to stay sober

Younger people are drinking less – or not at all – despite booze getting cheaper, and it’s pitting health experts and the alcohol industry against each other …read more Source:: New Scientist

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Booze ruse: Can a drink now and then really boost your health?

New Scientist distils the evidence for claims that a bit of alcohol can protect your heart, stave off dementia and be counteracted by a bout of exercise …read more Source:: New Scientist

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Parkinson's disease may start in the gut and travel to the brain

It seems the nerve damage behind Parkinson’s starts in the stomach or colon before spreading to brain cells – but we don’t know what’s causing it …read more Source:: New Scientist

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Healthcare industry optimistic about Tom Price, Seema Verma agency picks

Healthcare industry optimistic about Tom Price, Seema Verma agency picks
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Wed, 11/30/2016 – 11:08

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Senate passes Project ECHO bill, aiming to boost care access for rural populations through telehealth training

Senate passes Project ECHO bill, aiming to boost care access for rural populations through telehealth training
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Wed, 11/30/2016 – 10:11

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Quitting smoking in your 60s can still boost life expectancy

A new study suggests that it is never too late to stop smoking – and the earlier you give up, the longer you are likely to live …read more Source:: New Scientist

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