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Stanford University School of Medicine

'Invisible' stool blood tied to increased risk of premature death'

Having blood in stool may be an early warning for a number of diseases, and could indicate the need for lifestyle change.

21 Jul 2018 3:15 PM

'Human blood cells converted into functional neurons'

Generating induced pluripotent stem cells from large numbers of patients is expensive and laborious. 

05 Jun 2018 3:27 PM

When heart disease runs in the family, exercise tied to lower risk

Exercise appeared linked to a lower risk of heart problems even after researchers accounted for factors like age, gender, ethnicity, etc.

15 Apr 2018 8:08 PM

Recent return from deployment tied to preterm births for military women

It’s likely that many women on active duty didn’t realize they were pregnant or receive prenatal care early in their pregnancies.

03 Mar 2018 11:17 AM

High blood sugar in pregnancy ups heart risk in babies: study

Infants with genetic diseases, born from multiple pregnancies and those whose mothers had extremely low or high BMI were not included.

16 Dec 2017 3:02 PM

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