• Illness, Stress Result To Grey Hair
Illness, Stress Result To Grey Hair

The study revealed that a molecule that is involved in hair and skin pigmentation also controls certain immune genes. "Our research looks primarily at how stem cells are affected by age", said Melissa Harris, Ph.D., corresponding author and assistant professor in the UAB College of Arts and Sciences Department of Biology .

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  • Breast cancer fiasco hotline overwhelmed
Breast cancer fiasco hotline overwhelmed

Women in England between the ages of 50 and 70 are now automatically invited for breast cancer screening every three years. "This also highlights the importance of the breast screening programme and Big C urges all eligible women to attend breast screening appointments when invited and if symptoms arise at any time, to visit your GP".

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  • State health officials react to increased bug bite illnesses
State health officials react to increased bug bite illnesses

The CDC's graph of vector-borne illnesses since 2004. In 2016, the most common tick-borne illness in the USA was Lyme disease with 41,680 reported cases. The risk of contracting Lyme Disease from an infected tick is highest from May to October. Climate change "enables these ticks to expand to new areas".

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  • Young Americans Are the Loneliest
Young Americans Are the Loneliest

About half of the people that took the Cigna's survey said that they feel lonely or left out. The evaluation of loneliness was measured by a score of 43 or higher on the UCLA Loneliness Scale, a 20-item questionnaire developed to assess subjective feelings of loneliness, as well as social isolation.

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  • 132-Pound Tumor Among Largest Ever Removed
132-Pound Tumor Among Largest Ever Removed

While ovarian mucinous tumors can often be large in size, Dr. Andikyan pointed out that this was still an exceptional case . However, it needed to be removed to save the woman's life since it was compressing blood vessels. "Her legs were so swollen that she was unable to walk". The physicians were able to save the patient's uterus and right ovar...

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  • Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Is Ending with Season 4
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Is Ending with Season 4

It looks like the comedy series' upcoming fourth season might very well be its last. The series follows Kimmy Schmidt as she continues to adjust to life in the 21st century after spending many years locked in a bunker by a insane man.

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  • Love junk food? Get ready for delayed pregnancy
Love junk food? Get ready for delayed pregnancy

And women who consumed fast foods such as burgers, pizza and deep-fried chicken four or more times a week compared to those who never or rarely touched the stuff took an extra month to become pregnant . In the US, the government recommends pregnant women eat foods high in vitamins and minerals including calcium, potassium, vitamin A and D which ...

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  • American Seniors Have Active Sex Lives, According to a New Poll
American Seniors Have Active Sex Lives, According to a New Poll

A survey released Thursday by the University of Michigan's National Poll on Healthy Aging states that 40 percent of Americans aged between 65 and 80 are sexually active and that 73 percent of those surveyed were satisfied in the bedroom. But, she said, most people who had spoken to their doctor had brought the topic up themselves - which suggests...

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  • Amazon Prime Video greenlights second season of American Gods
Amazon Prime Video greenlights second season of American Gods

It was said that Fuller and Green parted ways with the Starz drama after clashing with producer FremantleMedia over budget and creative direction for the second season of the series. Some of the other cast members that the fans will be familiar with are Yetide Badaki (Bilquis), Omid Abtahi (Salim), and Mousa Kraish (The Jinn).

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  • Myanmar in talks with United Nations agencies on return of Rohingya
Myanmar in talks with United Nations agencies on return of Rohingya

Kuwait's ambassador to the UN Mr Mansour Ayyad Al-Otaibi told reporters yesterday that the Security Council wants refugees to return to their homes in Rakhine State, but this can not take place until Myanmar officials remove conditions and restrictions on their return.

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  • Merck And Pfizer Quarterly Profit Tops View, But Sales Miss
Merck And Pfizer Quarterly Profit Tops View, But Sales Miss

PFE underperformed by 9.12% the S&P500. Integral Derivatives Llc decreased Pfe (Put) (PFE) stake by 10.78% reported in 2017Q4 SEC filing. Chief Executive Ian Read, in a conference call with stock analysts, repeatedly touted the company's pipeline of drugs in testing, saying it "has the potential to drive significant growth".

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  • Biohacker Who Injected Himself With DIY Herpes Gene Therapy Found Dead
Biohacker Who Injected Himself With DIY Herpes Gene Therapy Found Dead

Traywick apparently hadn't been in touch with his colleagues at Ascendance over the past month, according to VICE. Vice News is reporting that Aaron Traywick, who headed Ascendance Biomedical , died Sunday. "Whereas many within the biohacking scene disagreed together with his strategies, none of them doubted his intentions". 'He sought nothi...

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  • Zacks Investment Research Reduced ON Semiconductor Corp. (ON) to Hold
Zacks Investment Research Reduced ON Semiconductor Corp. (ON) to Hold

Shares of ON traded up $0.07 on Tuesday, hitting $22.15. About shares traded. DNA Dynamics, Inc. Comerica Incorporated (NYSE:CMA) has risen 41.51% since April 30, 2017 and is uptrending. Analysts are speculating a 54.88% move, based on the high target price ($23) for the shares that is set to reach in the next 12 months. Moreover, Timber Hill Limit...

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  • NHS scandal and heatwave on the way — Newspaper headlines
NHS scandal and heatwave on the way — Newspaper headlines

Even after they controlled for differences in clinical variables such as age, stage at diagnosis, comorbidities and cancer treatments received, they found that black women were significantly more likely to experience higher cancer-related financial burden.

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  • GST collection in April crosses Rs. 1 lakh crore
GST collection in April crosses Rs. 1 lakh crore

The Rs 1 lakh crore collection figure is for March, 2018 that was paid in April. "Therefore, this month's revenue can not be taken as a trend for the future", the finance ministry said in a press release . The report says that March is seasonally a strong month for the overall activity, and believes the higher April GST number (once adjusted for s...

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  • Coli outbreak: Now 121 sick in 25 states, first death reported
Coli outbreak: Now 121 sick in 25 states, first death reported

The CDC updated its numbers on the outbreak Wednesday, revealing that 121 people had gotten sick in 25 states . Less than 10 percent of people exposed to E. The FDA does not have any evidence that other types of lettuce, or romaine grown in other areas of the country, are involved in this outbreak. Is the romaine lettuce at your local grocer ...

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  • It's Top 10 Time!
It's Top 10 Time!

Blake said the song was ideal for his voice, and Kelly gushed about how Kaleb sounded sweet and honest while rocking out at the same time. The next artists voted through to the top 10 were Team Alicia's Jackie Foster , Team Blake's Kyla Jade and Team Kelly's Kaleb Lee.

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  • CDC Study Shows More Children Have Autism Than Previously Thought
CDC Study Shows More Children Have Autism Than Previously Thought

A new report from the Centers of Disease Control shows that 1 out of 59 children in the US has been diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder. To come up with the current number, researchers looked at medical and special education reports for more than 42,000 children aged 8 years old in 11 states.

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  • Thank you for your service: Officer makes teary-eyed final radio call
Thank you for your service: Officer makes teary-eyed final radio call

On Friday, Officer Andre Jenkins signed off for the very last time. "Congratulations on your retirement", the dispatcher's voice could be heard saying. An 80-year-old man said Officer Jenkins helped him find his way when he became confused. Jenkins noted the memories he had with the department and said he'll always cherish his police family.

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  • IAAF Regulations Against Caster 'Unjust, Sexist, Dehumanising' - Parliament
IAAF Regulations Against Caster 'Unjust, Sexist, Dehumanising' - Parliament

It would appear that the IAAF has put this new rule in place under the guise of creating fair competition for all athletes, but it seems to be more of a ploy to dethrone South Africa's golden girl, Caster Semenya, who just recently broke Zola Budd's 34-year record.

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