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Pipette.com Announces New Portfolio of Pipette Products to Their E-Commerce Platform

With a history of excellence and over 20 years of experience in calibrating pipettes, Pipette.com is the largest independent pipette calibration facility on the West Coast. Pi...
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Keeping a stiff upper lip can hurt your health following death of a loved one

Keeping a stiff upper lip can hurt your health following death of a loved one Some people facing the loss of a loved one try to maintain their composure, but it's healthier t...
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Olympic Gold Medalist Scott Hamilton Releases Children's Book to Help Parents Talk to Kids about Cancer

Olympic Gold Medalist Scott Hamilton Releases Children's Book to Help Parents Talk to Kids about Cancer A new children's book, Fritzy Finds a Hat, written by Olympic Gold Med...
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Patient Power® Cancer Patient Survey Shows Majority of Patients Willing to Participate in Clinical Trials and Find Them Beneficial

Patient Power®, which delivers patient-powered journalism, information and opportunities to engage with and connect to the cancer community, reports that results from the firs...
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Could Sloppy Record-Keeping Cost You Your Life?

In a medical emergency, anyone can be rattled enough to forget important details, finding themselves unable to answer physicians' important questions about their health or tha...
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Cracking The Code To Society’s Most Feared Disease

Even more than cancer, there’s one disease most people fear. The thought of falling prey to Alzheimer’s disease and to the inevitable desecration of the mind is something that...
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Scaling the National Diabetes Prevention Program in Underserved Areas Through Pharmacies

The American Pharmacists Association (APhA) Foundation announced it is building on the cooperative agreement entered into with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (...
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Machine-Learning Tool Identified Predictive Factors Associated with Worse Patient Outcomes After Arthroscopic Hip Surgery for Femoroacetabular Impingement

A machine-learning algorithm developed by an orthopedic surgeon at Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) and his colleagues identified predictive factors associated with worse ou...
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Paper-based test could diagnose Lyme disease at early stages

After a day hiking in the forest, the last thing a person wants to discover is a tick burrowing into their skin. Days after plucking off the bloodsucking insect, the hiker mig...
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HPV Status May Affect Risk of Early Death in Patients with Oropharynx Cancer

HPV Status May Affect Risk of Early Death in Patients with Oropharynx Cancer New research indicates that there is a higher risk of early death among patients with oropharynx...
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Study shows protein inhibitor as potential treatment approach for common mutations found in non-Hodgkin lymphomas

A study at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center demonstrated a potential new approach to treating two of the most common subtypes of lymphoma through manipulation...
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NYU Langone Performs First U.S. Heart Transplant Using Novel Organ Revitalization Technique

The NYU Langone Transplant Institute became the first center in the United States to transplant a heart using a novel method in which, after the heart has stopped beating and ...
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Are your children sleeping enough? New research points to blood test that might hold the answer

A simple blood test could provide a reliable metric to tell if children are sleeping enough – which is also a marker for general health as sleep affects susceptibility to many...
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Obesity may alter nearly 70 percent of routine blood tests in children

Weight may affect doctors’ ability to correctly interpret routine blood tests in children, according to new research published in the Endocrine Society’s Journal of Clinical E...
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'Very active' flu season continues as a second wave could be coming

The 2019-20 flu season continues to be more active than normal, with Influenza B the leading type of virus among patients nationwide. But patient visits were down compared to ...
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HealthWell Foundation Launches Fund to Provide Financial Assistance to
Medicare Patients with Hypercholesterolemia

The HealthWell Foundation®, an independent non-profit that provides a financial lifeline for inadequately insured Americans, has launched a new fund to provide assistance to ...
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Researchers support new strategies for HIV control

The search for a cure to AIDS has partly focused on ways to eradicate infected cells. Now, new research from Karolinska Institutet in Sweden and the University of Pennsylvania...
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University Labs: Eliminate Chemical Spill Risk with Sealed Transfer Pumps

Outdated liquid chemical transfer methods like “tip-and-pour” often lead to toxic spills and injury. Sealed transfer pumps follow Good Laboratory Practice, remove spill risk,...
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Happy Holidays and have a great New Year!

Thank you so much for being a part of the NEWS-Line family this year. Our best to you and your friends, family and work crew from all of us! Have a terrific holiday season, st...
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Yale Cancer Center study shows using checkpoint inhibitors promising for patients with myeloid cancers

Yale Cancer Center study shows using checkpoint inhibitors promising for patients with myeloid cancers New findings by Yale Cancer Center (YCC) and Smilow Cancer Hospital re...
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Think Like a Crab - Study by MU scientist and team could contribute to future breakthroughs in understanding the brain and neurological disease

A crab’s nervous system could help scientists learn what causes single neurons in the human brain to become “out of whack,” which can contribute to the development of neurolog...
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Kaiser Permanente School of Medicine to be Named in Honor of Late Chairman and CEO Bernard J. Tyson

The Kaiser Permanente School of Medicine will be named in honor of late Kaiser Permanente Chairman and CEO Bernard J. Tyson, reflecting Tyson's commitment to the future of hea...
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The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) and The American Society of Hematology (ASH) Team Up to Connect Blood Cancer Patients to Clinical Trials that Can Lead to New and Better Treatments

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) and the American Society of Hematology (ASH) announced a collaboration to expand access to LLS's unique free service providing clinical t...
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Building A Better Flu Shot

Each year millions of Americans become sick with the flu, hundreds of thousands are hospitalized and tens of thousands die. Getting the flu shot can reduce the chances of infe...
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What You Need To Know Before You Buy An At-Home Genetic Test

By Dani Kupperman, Genetic Counselor at Danbury Hospital, Jessica Lipschutz, Genetic Counselor at Norwalk Hospital, and Susan Ingram, Genetic Counselor at Norwalk Hospital Su...
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