Olivia Newton-John 'Doesn't Buy Into the Statistics' as She Faces Breast Cancer for Third Time

Olivia Newton-John isn’t letting the details of her prognosis get her down. The Grease star, 71, spoke about her third bout with breast cancer in an emotional interview with Gayle King on CBS Sunday Morning, set to air Sunday. The actress, who has tried to stay positive in the face of her stage 4 breast cancer diagnosis, told King she doesn’t like to dwell […]

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Surprise! MDLNY's Luis D. Ortiz Welcomed Baby Girl 6 Months Ago

There she is! Luis D. Ortiz shared the first photo of his daughter six months after her birth on Thursday, September 26. “This is my daughter Leela Daniel Singh-Ortiz,” the Million Dollar Listing New York star, 32, captioned a black-and-white shot of the little one on Instagram. “She was born on March 8, 2019, in New York City and ever […]

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SHA expanding neonatal nursery at Prince Albert’s Victoria Hospital

The Saskatchewan Health Authority (SHA) wants to expand the nursery at Victoria Hospital in Prince Albert to make it a Level 2 neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). Related Cancer Foundation of Saskatchewan launches campaign to replace CT simulators Jim Pattison Children’s Hospital result of decades of advocacy The SHA said this will allow more sick newborns to be treated instead […]

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A model for brain activity during brain stimulation therapy

Brain stimulation, where targeted electrical impulses are directly applied to a patient’s brain, is already an effective therapy for depression, epilepsy, Parkinson’s and other neurological disorders, but many more applications are on the horizon. Clinicians and researchers believe the technique could be used to restore or improve memory and motor function after an injury, for example, but progress is hampered […]

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Immunologists identify T cell homing beacons for lungs

Scientists have identified a pair of molecules critical for T cells, part of the immune system, to travel to and populate the lungs. A potential application could be strengthening vaccines against respiratory pathogens such as influenza. The findings were published online Thursday, September 26 in Journal of Experimental Medicine. Much research on immunity to influenza virus focuses on antibodies, infection- […]

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Million Dollar Listing New York's Luis D. Ortiz Shares First Photo of 6-Month-Old Daughter

Over a month after he shocked Million Dollar Listing New York audiences by dropping the surprising news that was going to be a dad, Luis D. Ortiz is finally sharing a photo of his first child with fans. On Thursday, the real estate agent and Bravo star, 32, introduced his 544K Instagram followers to his 6-month-old daughter, Leela Daniel Singh-Ortiz. “This […]

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Freezing silk gets cool result in quest for cardiac patch

How do you use silk to help repair a damaged heart? With a 3-D printer, dry ice, a silicon mold and a copper plate, as UNSW biomedical engineers have demonstrated. Biomedical engineers are a step closer to developing cardiac patches for damaged hearts after perfecting a method to create biomaterials that promote the growth of heart stem cells. UNSW Sydney […]

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Student, 22, who was diagnosed with blood cancer at 14 is now thriving

Student, 22, who was diagnosed with stage four blood cancer at 14 is now studying for a master’s at Oxford after beating the killer disease Amelia Brown became fatigued and suddenly lost weight in October 2010 Was diagnosed with advanced Hodgkin lymphoma on April 15, 2011 Endured six months of chemo on top of two weeks of radiotherapy  Told the […]

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