UK urine test that can detect early-stage pancreatic cancer starts clinical study

A urine test that can detect early stage pancreatic cancer has reached the final stage of validation before being developed for use with patients. If successful, this non-invasive urine test would be the first in the world to help clinicians detect the highly lethal cancer at an early stage—enabling many more people to have surgery to remove their tumor, which […]

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Kelly Ripa, Mark Consuelos 'Crying' as Daughter Lola Starts College

Time flies! Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos are feeling all the emotions as their daughter, Lola, starts college. “#tbt 2001 from your christening to college,” the Live With Kelly and Ryan host, 48, captioned a Thursday, August 22, Instagram upload. “In the blink of an eye. I’m not crying. You’re crying. Actually Daddy’s sobbing.” In the throwback photo, the ABC […]

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Amanda Seyfried Starts War With Influencer for ‘Promoting’ Bad Body Image

Amanda Seyfried is taking a stand for promoting realistic body image. But as she learned on Instagram, it can be a little tricky. On Wednesday, July 10, the Mamma Mia! actress reposted a screenshot of a critical comment one of her friends left on a photo posted by Something Navy founder Arielle Charnas. The mirror selfie, posted the day before, […]

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They’re cutting opioid prescriptions by stopping pain before it starts

Doctors today are reducing their patients’ need for strong opioid medications after surgery by pre-treating patients with other pain relievers before they even enter the operating room. While opioids relieve patients’ pain and suffering, between 8% and 12% of those who take these drugs develop an opioid use disorder. At Keck Medicine of USC, health professionals are part of a […]

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Cholera vaccination drive starts in Mozambique after cyclone

A cholera vaccination campaign is kicking off to reach nearly 900,000 cyclone survivors in Mozambique as officials rush to contain an outbreak of the disease. Vaccinations are beginning on Wednesday morning in the hard-hit city of Beira, where most of the more than 1,400 cases have been reported since the outbreak was declared a week ago. Mozambican authorities have reported […]

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