New technique predicts which melanoma patients are at risk for cancer recurrence, spread

For most patients, melanoma begins with a small, pigmented spot on their skin that they notice starts to change. Many primary melanomas can be cured by having this lesion removed, but melanoma can also recur and spread; an analysis of the removed lesion can offer some information on the likelihood that the cancer will come back. Today, lesions are analyzed […]

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Victoria, David Beckham Are 'Hands-On' Parents With 'Strict' Dinner Rules

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Creative Kids! Richard Lawson Says Beyonce, Jay-Z's Kids Are 'Very' Gifted

Following in their footsteps! Richard Lawson believes Beyoncé and Jay-Z’s three kids take after their parents in one particular way. “They’re all very creative, amazingly creative,” the actor, 72, told Us Weekly exclusively of Blue Ivy, 7, and twins Rumi and Sir, 2, on Sunday, November 3, at the Introduction to the Diverse Perspective event. “Watching them with their children […]

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Psychotic experiences are quite common even among people who don’t have a mental health condition

Have you ever seen or heard something that turned out not to exist? Or have you ever thought something was happening that no one else noticed—perhaps thinking you were being followed, or that something was trying to communicate with you? If so, you may have had a psychotic experience. The good news is, you’re not alone. Psychosis, also called a […]

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For gut microbes, not all types of fiber are created equal

Certain human gut microbes with links to health thrive when fed specific types of ingredients in dietary fibers, according to a new study from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. The work—conducted in mice colonized with human gut bacteria and using new technologies for measuring nutrient processing—is a step toward developing more nutritious foods based on a strategy […]

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Are fighter pilots at greater risk for prostate cancer? The Air Force is now asking

The Air Force has begun to look at whether there’s increased risk for prostate cancer among its fighter pilots. A new investigation by McClatchy shows just how serious the problem may be. The fighter pilot study was requested by Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. David Goldfein after he was contacted by concerned veterans service organizations in 2018, according to […]

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