Monthly Archives: May 2011

  1. Celiac disease or gluten-free living

    Celiac disease is a permanent intolerance to gluten, which exclude treatment involves these proteins in the diet of the patient forever, and the consequent change of habits in the kitchen.
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  2. Donating a kidney in life, no scars, through the vagina.

    This procedure leaves only two small scars vaginal ten and five millimeters.
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  3. Remove damaged sperm improves fertilization rate

    The new technique eliminates Ginefiv MACS damaged sperm, fertilization rate improved by 13%

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  4. Doubts about the preventive efficacy of mammography

    An article published in the British Medical Journal has revealed an uncomfortable truth that can result in a few months to review the test system for breast cancer prevention in Europe.
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  5. Young people consider the best contraceptive method twice

    Half of young people consider the dual method as the most effective birth control if you have no steady partner
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  6. Rise in pregnant women strokes: US study

    Women rarely have strokes during pregnancy or shortly after giving birth, but researchers have seen a big jump in such events over the past 12 years, according to a US study published Thursday.
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  7. Relationship between stroke and dementia

    Valentin Fuster, director of the American Heart Association, recently announced the results of different research establishing a direct relationship between stroke and the risk of any dementia.
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  8. CAD: Ineffective in Finding Breast Cancer

    Computer-aided detection (CAD) uses software that is designed to improve how radiologists interpret mammograms, but new research is suggesting that this technology may actually make these readings less accurate.
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  9. Solution to unfounded fears about sexuality

    Misinformation makes young and not so young, there are doubts about sex that was believed extinct
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  10. Pharmacies to pay back the pieces of the NHS

    The Official College of Pharmacists of Madrid (Cofman) deplores and rejects the new package of measures announced by the Government in drug policy, on 21 July.
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