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Cholesterol crystals are a sign heart attack is imminent, finds new study
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The evidence on diet, nutrition, physical activity & preventing cancer.

http://bit.ly/1ceLDC9

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Be kind to each other as we are all facing the same challenges daily :)
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Vaginal Ring With Drug Lowers H.I.V. Rates in African Women.

A flexible and inexpensive ring that is inserted into the vagina, where it slowly releases an antiviral drug, helped protect African women against contracting H.I.V. from their sexual partners, researchers said Monday in reports on two major studies that included more than 4,500 women. The protection was not complete: Overall infection rates were reduced by only 27 percent and 31 percent, though women who were over 21 fared better.

NYT, http://nyti.ms/1OrPuH7
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Started my e-store. No sales yet, but it's fun to see my artwork on such a variety of cool products #residualincome #artist4life
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For many, the symptoms of the FLU are distinctive from a common cold ☆☆☆
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A new class of antibody drugs could stop migraines at their root.

On the horizon is a new class of drugs that many scientists believe can stop migraines at their root. The drugs block the activity of a molecule called calcitonin gene-related peptide, or CGRP, which spikes during migraine attacks. CGRP is the best validated target for migraine, ever. It may also help finally solve the centuries-old puzzle of what triggers the complex events of a migraine attack, which can cause brain activity to be “completely disregulated” for several days, similar to epilepsy and other recurrent, seizurelike disorders. Four pharmaceutical companies are racing to complete advanced clinical trials of antibodies that either neutralize CGRP by binding to it, or block its receptor. So far the data suggest the drugs work faster, for longer, and better than anything currently available.

Science, http://goo.gl/AH727n
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A new class of antibody drugs could stop migraines at their root.

On the horizon is a new class of drugs that many scientists believe can stop migraines at their root. The drugs block the activity of a molecule called calcitonin gene-related peptide, or CGRP, which spikes during migraine attacks. CGRP is the best validated target for migraine, ever. It may also help finally solve the centuries-old puzzle of what triggers the complex events of a migraine attack, which can cause brain activity to be “completely disregulated” for several days, similar to epilepsy and other recurrent, seizurelike disorders. Four pharmaceutical companies are racing to complete advanced clinical trials of antibodies that either neutralize CGRP by binding to it, or block its receptor. So far the data suggest the drugs work faster, for longer, and better than anything currently available.

Science, http://goo.gl/AH727n
Larger view: http://goo.gl/43QgTg
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