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Lung cancer cells spread like unanchored tents, study says

<b>Spreading lung cancer cells are like tents which have collapsed and are adrift in the wind, scientists from the University of York have discovered.</b><p>Communication between two proteins is what triggers the cell tent to lose its shape and become unanchored, their research found.<p>This allows the cells to …

D.C.’s Bible Museum to debut with $42M worth of cutting edge technology

Expect a digital guide, projection mapping, and a digital entry arcade ceiling<p>Washington, D.C.’s newest religious museum is set to unveil next year with a location only three blocks from the U.S. Capitol. Recently, The Museum of the Bible released information on the $42 million high-tech experience …

Cholesterol Control: PCSK9 Inhibitors vs. Statins

Nearly 74 million Americans have high cholesterol, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. However, fewer than half are …

Lancet study on statins was 'fundamentally flawed', critics say

A major <i>Lancet</i> study which backed the safety of statins was “fundamentally flawed” and underestimated the side-effects of the heart drugs, a group of medics has said.<p>The research published in September concluded the drugs help prevent around 80,000 major cardiovascular events, such as heart attacks …

Medical Research

Map of the Last Passover and Death of Jesus (Bible History Online)

<b>Bible History Online</b><p><b>Map of the Last Passover and Death of Jesus</b><p><b>Map of the Events Surrounding Jesus' Finals Days in Jerusalem</b><p><b>Timeline of</b> …

Theology

7 Reasons You Can't Stop Coughing

Everybody coughs—it’s the number one illness-related reason people go to the doctor, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. …

Whooping Cough

The 4 ways Republicans can dismantle Obamacare, explained

Republicans in Congress have a straightforward path to eliminating key pieces of the Affordable Care Act: They can block the planned insurance expansion in 2017, dismantle Medicaid expansion, and eliminate new insurance marketplaces. That could add up to an incredible blow — possibly causing 22 …

Does Prayer Change God’s Mind?

Does prayer make any difference? Does it really change anything? Someone once asked me that question, only in a slightly different manner: "Does …

Samsung officially recalls Note 7 after US agency weighs in

It's official. If you've still got a Samsung Galaxy Note 7, you've got to hand it over.<p>The US Consumer Product Safety Commission on Thursday announced an official recall for all Note 7 phones sold in the country before September 15. The group said "consumers should immediately stop using and power …

Galaxy Note

Darwin Unhinged: The Bugs in Evolution

By Fred Reed<p>This is atrociously long, criminally even, by internet standards but I post it anyway because I get occasional requests. Few will read …

The Google driverless car accidents only make us want these cars earlier

Road travel is going to be much safer, or at least there is a promise, when fully autonomous vehicles arrive. You can go much longer without fatigue …

Autonomous Cars

Secret Service appears to have broken protocol with Clinton’s early departure from 9/11 event

The US Secret Service appears to have broken its own protocol with Hillary Clinton’s early departure from Sunday’s commemoration of the 15th …

One Photographer's View of New York, Before and After 9/11

Camilo José Vergara’s photos show how the World Trade Center, past and present, has served as the anchor for the NYC skyline.<p>For more than 40 years, Camilo José Vergara has been shooting Lower Manhattan. As a young photographer who came to New York in 1970, the construction of the World Trade …

20 ways for busy people to converse with God

Boisterous children, unwashed dishes, office deadlines and a cozy bed at the end of a long day — all of these can call to us more loudly than the …

NHS chiefs warn that hospitals in England are on the brink of collapse

Theresa May urged to boost funding or ration care to head off escalating cash crisis and avoid ‘1990s-style decline’<p>The body that represents hospitals across England has issued a startling warning that the NHS is close to breaking point because of its escalating cash crisis.<p>Years of underfunding …

Radiation Therapy

Doctor's Diary: the radical approach to rheumatoid arthritis treatment has been more than justified

Over the past 10years, the prospects for the tens of thousands with the misfortune to be afflicted by the potentially crippling disorder of rheumatoid arthritis have improved dramatically.<p>The cardinal symptoms of swollen painful joints with the progressive destruction of bone and cartilage is …

Four takeways from Hillary’s ‘medical episode’ about the health of her campaign

I’m not a doctor, nor do I play one on television, so I’ll take a pass on diagnosing Hillary Clinton’s medical condition.<p>Instead, I’m reading Mrs. Clinton’s political chart. And it indicates at least four ways that concerns over her personal health could adversely affect the health of her …

11 books every Christian should read before they turn 25

Yes of course reading the Bible is vital – but by the grace of God he has gifted writers who are able to brilliantly communicate God's word to our …

What are the long-term health effects of living in space? NASA is studying twins Mark and Scott Kelly to find out

Dr. Francine Garrett-Bakelman arrived at NASA's Johnson Space Center in the middle of the night, ready to get her hands on Scott Kelly's blood.<p>She watched on a laptop as the astronaut stepped off a plane March 2 about 1:30 a.m., back in Houston after his record 340 days aboard the International …

Do I really need 'the test'? Too many tests could do patients more harm than good | Ranjana Srivastava

Submitting to tests has become a proxy for self-care. But the evidence tells us that overtesting increases anxiety in the patient and does little to change outcomes<p>“How are you doing? It’s nice to see you again.”<p>“OK,” she replies, unusually tersely.<p>Related: Chemotherapy mortality study could help …

Cancer

The Most Solemn Mandate by R.C. Sproul

I don’t know how many times I’ve heard parents who are members of churches say to me:<p><i>I intentionally never discuss theology or religion with my</i> …

It's Hard to Go to Church

A new survey suggests the logistics of going to services can be the biggest barrier to participation—and Americans’ faith in religious institutions is declining.<p>The standard narrative of American religious decline goes something like this: A few hundred years ago, European and American …

4 Important Facts You Need to Know About Antibiotics

<i>Contributor: Daniel Allan, MD</i><p>Cleveland Clinic is a non-profit academic medical center. Advertising on our site helps support our mission. We do not …

U.S. healthcare system isn't to blame for citizens' health woes

<b>Editor's Note:</b> <i>Welcome to Medical Economics' blog section which features contributions from members of the medical community. These blogs are an</i> …

Review: iKlip A/V Smartphone Pro Camera Rig - Technabob

Today’s smartphones are shooting better and better video, making them more than sufficient for most purposes. However, one area where smartphones …

God Only Knows: #IfTrumpwereEvangelical And #MethodistHillary

As much as Americans believe in the separation of church and state, they also seem to believe in electing presidents who go to church. But there are lurking questions in some voters' minds about the religious faith of both major parties' presumptive nominees – and the Internet has helpfully spawned …

Cleveland Clinic’s New Hospital, Built for the Information Age

Start with a hole in the ground. Then imagine you could design an all-new hospital from the basement up: An evidence-based facility for the …

Cleveland Clinic

Chronic pain patients are suffering because of the US government’s ongoing War on Drugs

Andrea Chandler went to her local pharmacy a few weeks ago hoping to get the opiates she needed to manage her chronic pain. Because of new regulations, however, she couldn’t get her medication and eventually went into withdrawal. She spent the next several days experiencing “tremors, nausea, …

Health Care

Is your back surgery helping your doctor more than you?

Amid concerns about mounting drug and health care costs, physicians are coming under scrutiny regarding potential financial conflicts of interest …