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Game theory used to explain social interactions of cancer cells

Science Daily: The interactions of cancer cells may be explained by using game theory. The Public Goods Game is part of game theory and is used in economics as a model to analyze the provision of common goods. 47 more words


Your Immune System Is Made, Not Born

Some people seem better than others at fighting the flu, and you might suspect they were born that way. A new study of twins, however, suggests otherwise. 825 more words


Oklahoma health officials say 11 more deaths due to flu

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) – The Oklahoma Department of Health says influenza has taken the lives of 11 people during the past week.

Health officials reported Thursday 58 Oklahomans have died due to flu-related illness since the flu season began Sept. 85 more words


Bill Requires Talking To Doctor Before Opting Out Of Shots

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — A Minnesota lawmaker wants parents who don’t vaccinate their children to meet with a doctor first.

Rep. Mike Freiberg has a bill that would require those parents to learn about vaccines and their impact on diseases from a health care provider. 102 more words


Food and Nutrition; Look Out, More Change is Coming!

Two weeks ago I told you about the changes we made in our own eating habits that lead to some big changes for James. We officially have six days left of our… 671 more words

Life After NICU

Michigan Food Banks Get $5 Million Grant

(WLNS) – Efforts to increase nutrition for low-income Michigan residents will get a $5 million boost over the next two years.

A grant to the Food Bank Council of Michigan from the Michigan Health Endowment Fund will help to double the amount of produce available to lower income community members. 171 more words


Have a Heart, For Yourself!

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. While care about those you love, also have a heart for yourself and your loved ones’ health. Every year, about 715,000 Americans have a heart attack. 311 more words