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Survival of the Fittest

Back to Younger Next Year for Women. Because you can’t read it too many times.

In the first part of chapter five, the discussion surrounds two specific cytokines in your body. 312 more words


Landscaper Survives After Nail Impaled In His Eye

BOSTON (CBS/AP) – A landscaper survived a horrific accident after a nearly 3-inch nail was impaled in his eye when he accidentally hit it with a weed-whacker. 509 more words


Study: Children Being Bullied For Sexual Identity At Young Age

BOSTON (CBS) – Kids are being targeted for their sexual identity, and a new study published in the New England Journal of Medicine unveils some surprising trends. 132 more words


A Woman with Arthralgias

a 27-year-old woman was seen in the emergency department of this hospital during the summer because of fever, arthralgias, and a rash. Three days before the onset of illness, she had returned from a vacation in the Caribbean. 426 more words


Un catéter que captura el trombo multiplica la mejoría tras un ictus

La revista científica New England Journal of Medicine acaba de publicar un estudio que anuncia la aparición de un microcatéter de última generación que viaja por las arterias centrales del cerebro, dotado de una minimalla que se abre al chocar con un eventual trombo sanguíneo y lo captura, demostrando ser eficaz para extirpar y resolver los ictus cerebrales más graves. 151 more words