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Medical News Today: Prostate cancer detection from urine RNA steps closer

Mon, 03/14/2016 - 02:00
Using RNA molecules found in urine may offer a more accurate and reliable way to detect prostate cancer than current tests based on PSA and PCA3, researchers say at a meeting.

Medical News Today: Yoga may ease symptoms for atrial fibrillation patients

Mon, 03/14/2016 - 02:00
A study comparing atrial fibrillation patients who do yoga with patients who do not, shows it may improve quality of life, lower heart rate and lower blood pressure.

Medical News Today: Blueberries could be used to fight Alzheimer's, researchers suggest

Mon, 03/14/2016 - 00:00
Two small-scale studies into the effects of freeze-dried blueberry powder suggest that the berries could help improve brain function and cognitive performance in some older adults.

Medical News Today: Birth control pill for men steps closer

Sun, 03/13/2016 - 23:00
There are a number of major hurdles scientists need to overcome in order to develop a male contraceptive pill, but one team says it is making progress.

Medical News Today: The financial burden of surviving cancer

Sun, 03/13/2016 - 23:00
The battle against cancer does not stop with survival; nearly 30% of people who get through the disease face ongoing mental and physical problems related to financial stress.

Medical News Today: Salmon: Health Benefits, Nutritional Information

Sun, 03/13/2016 - 23:00
Salmon is an oily fish that is high in protein and omega-3 fatty acids. Learn all about the potential health benefits of salmon, along with a nutritional breakdown for this fish.

Medical News Today: Keep moving to halve the risk of Alzheimer's

Sat, 03/12/2016 - 22:00
Put on your dancing shoes. Any kind of exercise appears to boost brain volume and decrease the risk of getting Alzheimer's disease, says a new study.

Medical News Today: Salt could lead to weight gain by driving fatty food intake

Sat, 03/12/2016 - 22:00
Two new studies suggest salt may lead us to overeat by interrupting the biological mechanisms that tell us when we are full. As such, too much salt could lead to weight gain.