The NIH’s New App Helps People Understand the Evidence Behind Herbs and Herbal Supplements
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The NIH’s New App Helps People Understand the Evidence Behind Herbs and Herbal Supplements

The National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health (NCCIH) has launched an app that is designed to inform people about the science behind herbs and herbal supplements commonly marketed for…

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Treating Fetuses With Gene Therapy Could Minimize the Damage From Genetic Disorders Like Gaucher Disease
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Treating Fetuses With Gene Therapy Could Minimize the Damage From Genetic Disorders Like Gaucher Disease

According to a story from nature.com, gene therapy administered to fetuses could help curtail some of the worst effects of deadly genetic disorders. In a mouse model study, fetal delivery…

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Investigational Treatment for Paracetamol Poisoning is Deemed Safe in First Trial
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Investigational Treatment for Paracetamol Poisoning is Deemed Safe in First Trial

According to a story from pm360online.com, the company PledPharma recently announced that its drug candidate Aladote has completed its first safety evaluation with a positive result. Aladote is in development…

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Chemo Can Save Lives, But More Approaches Are Needed To Handle Its After Effects
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Chemo Can Save Lives, But More Approaches Are Needed To Handle Its After Effects

According to a story from healthline.com, many cancer survivors that have been treated with chemotherapy wind up facing significant challenges after their treatment. One such example is a phenomenon known…

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A New App has Been Developed to Support the Neuroendocrine Tumour Community
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A New App has Been Developed to Support the Neuroendocrine Tumour Community

Novartis has teamed up with Numinous Games to develop Galaxies of Hope, an app that is designed to support the neuroendocrine tumour (NET) community. You can read the original source…

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Why Exactly do Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome Patients have Anxiety Disorders?
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Why Exactly do Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome Patients have Anxiety Disorders?

I'll start this article, like many others, by mentioning that although I'm convinced I know everything about everything because I minored in biology in college, I'm really not a doctor.…

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