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How to Read blood Cell Analyzer Report

Thursday,November 23,2017

Blood cell analyzer is used for a clinical blood test. It tests and analyzes the amount of blood in the visible

components of these three systems: red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets.

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Posted By Tina

Uterine fibroids are common, non-cancerous, growths that frequently occur during a woman's reproductive years.

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Posted By Renee

Your liver, the large football-shaped organ in your upper right abdomen, is key to the healthy functioning of your body.

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Posted By Renee

How to Know if You Have a Cavity

Friday,December 30,2016

Do you think you have a cavity?

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Posted By Renee

Early-stage lung cancer located too close to vital organs for conventional treatment may be amenable to therapy using proton beam techniques, researchers suggested here.

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Posted By Renee

Benzaldehyde Common in E-Cig Vapors

Friday,December 16,2016

Vapers who choose "cherry" as their electronic cigarette flavor of choice inhale higher levels of the chemical benzaldehyde than those who choose other flavors, researchers report.

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Posted By Renee

A new approach to antibody-based therapies might one day allow clinicians to target all strains of Ebola with a broad-spectrum drug.

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Posted By Renee

New Antiobesity Drugs Underused

Friday,December 02,2016

Physicians are missing an important opportunity to treat overweight patients with antiobesity medications in order to reduce the odds of developing diabetes.

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Posted By Renee

Liver transplantation might become more equitable under an allocation program being considered by the United Network for Organ Sharing (UNOS) and the Organ Procurement and Transplantation Network (OPTN).

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Posted By Renee

Cancer Survival Worse in RA Patients

Friday,November 18,2016

Patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) had a 40% to 50% increased mortality risk if they developed breast or prostate cancer, a large, population-based study found.

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Posted By Renee
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