In a major step forward for tissue engineering, surgeons at Duke University have successfully implanted a bioengineered blood vessel into the arm of a patient with end-stage kidney disease. The procedure
WASHINGTON -- The Army on Friday suspended its top commander in Japan for failing to properly investigate a sexual assault allegation, an action that follows a month of increasing calls in Congress for
Establish a morning routine for more productive and less stressful days If you tend to rush around in the morning—attempting to pick out your power outfit, eat breakfast, make lunch, pack your gym bag,
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Five seriously disabled stroke patients have shown small signs of recovery following the injection of stem cells into their brain. Prof Keith Muir, of Glasgow University, who is treating them, says he
Drug resistance has been detected in patients infected with the new bird flu that has emerged in China, say doctors. The H7N9 virus became resistant to Tamiflu in three out of 14 patients treated with
A patient infected with the novel coronavirus has died in France, according to the health ministry. The virus, which is similar to those which cause Sars and the common cold, emerged last year. Out of
Becoming okay with being boring I'm just shy of 40 years-old. I spend most Saturday nights at home in yoga pants, rereading favorite novels or watching old movies, or playing Monopoly Junior with my seven-year-old.