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  • NICE U-turn brings breakthrough immunotherapy to kidney cancer patients in UK | Today Topics - Bristol-Myers Squibb has announced that its breakthrough medicine Opdivo® (nivolumab) will be available from today (21 October) to NHS patients in England
  • Diabetics may benefit from protective hinge process that enables insulin to bind to cells | Today Topics - Since its landmark discovery in 1922, insulin has improved the health and extended the lives of more than 500 million people worldwide with diabetes mellitus.
  • Study shows new drug targets may boost protein inhibitor, survival for lung cancer patients | Today Topics - Lung cancer is the leading cause of death among both men and women in the United States. Of the more than 220,000 new cases of lung cancer each year, roughly 5
  • New guideline on calcium and vitamin D supplementation | Today Topics - A new evidence-based clinical guideline from the National Osteoporosis Foundation (NOF) and the American Society for Preventive Cardiology (ASPC) says that
  • Study indicates that advances in precision medicine have improved breast cancer treatment | Today Topics - A new study examines how one early example of precision medicine - tumor genome testing - is being used in women with breast cancer to reduce overtreatment and
  • A new look at vitamin D challenges the current view of its benefits | Today Topics - A simple Google search for what does vitamin D do? highlights the widely used dietary supplement's role in regulating calcium absorption and promoting bone
  • Strain-level genetic differences within bacterial species yield new insights into mother-infant microbiomes | Today Topics - Direct microbial sequencing of environmental samples, such as from ocean water, hospital surfaces, and the human gut, have illuminated the vast number of
  • Health experts report US$246 billion cost of workplace depression across eight countries | Today Topics - New data shows that workplace depression is a major issue across different cultures and economies, with wide and devastating consequences for thousands of
  • Drug company withheld information about faulty device in key trial of best selling anti-clotting drug | Today Topics - An investigation published by The BMJ today reveals that Janssen, the pharmaceutical arm of Johnson and Johnson, withheld data from the US Food and Drug
  • Sudden blood pressure drops associated with long-term dementia risk | Today Topics - Orthostatic hypotension - low blood pressure when suddenly standing up - is associated with a 15 percent increase in a person's long-term risk of dementia,
  • Outwitting the ‘silent thief’ of osteoporosis | Today Topics - In a world first, new Australian research has revealed that genetic profiling can help predict whether an individual will break a bone through osteoporosis.
  • Research examines how beardedness affects women’s attraction to men | Today Topics - New research suggests that women tend to find beardedness attractive when judging long-term relationships, perhaps as a signal of formidability among males and
  • 20 cent school intervention stops unhealthy weight gain in children | Today Topics - A school intervention costing less than 20 cents per child has stopped unhealthy weight gain. The randomised study is presented at ESC Congress 2016 today by
  • Pancreatic cancer resists personalized medicine – what researchers are doing to fight back | Today Topics - A team led by University of Arizona researchers is taking a new, patient-directed approach to treating pancreatic cancer. Rather than relying on conventional
  • Study of brain activity shows that food commercials influence children’s food choices | Today Topics - Food advertising is a multi-billion dollar industry, with approximately $1.8 billion annually aimed at children and adolescents, who view between 1,000 and
  • “Moneyball” approach may help predict new drug toxicity in humans | Today Topics - Winning sports teams have long inspired business leaders, but now their strategies are influencing pharmaceutical researchers. The Oakland A's upended baseball
  • STAT2: Much more than an antiviral protein | Today Topics - A protein known for guarding against viral infections leads a double life, new research shows, and can interfere with cell growth and the defense against
  • Children of severely obese mothers at higher risk of ADHD | Today Topics - Babies born to severely overweight mothers have a greater chance of developing conditions such as ADHD, research has found. Public health strategies that
  • After blindness, the adult brain can learn to see again | Today Topics - More than 40 million people worldwide are blind, and many of them reach this condition after many years of slow and progressive retinal degeneration. The
  • Terminally ill cancer patients fare poorly after surgery | Today Topics - Patients with disseminated advanced cancer who undergo surgery are far more likely to endure long hospital stays and readmissions, referrals to extended care

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  • GARY G - More updating needed

    This is the first thing I've ever purchased for Kindle on my PC. It's fairly complete but I wish it was updated or that there was a contact number to request updating on a given company.

  • Roger S King - Really helpful!

    We just got back from about two weeks in Iceland. We used this guide every day with good results. I recommend it.

  • Laura Davies - Average girl- not so average result

    Obviously we have all tried everything. This was another shot in the dark, about 50 bucks, eh I've spent more. I eat healthy and work out daily anyways, but still don't have that supermodel look. Kidding. I'm average in every sense of the word but could stand to lose a little and my main issue is eating. Too much food is too much regardless, healthy or not. I don't know what is in this, I don't know if it works for everyone, but this average girl who absolutely despises people who "forget to eat", actually could have been one of those people. Taking these, I am genuinely not hungry. I'm not going to eat 500 calories a day or go on whatever VLCD this is supposed to accompany, but I ate because I wanted to, not because I was hungry (as per). I kept it reasonable calorie intake and kept up normal activity but I absolutely did not feel an urge to eat. I could take it or leave it. If everyone has these results, this is the miracle for hungry girls everywhere.

  • Laurence Kingsbury - Is this really the best?

    I am taking a course at a local college called "Loving the Story". I am curious about the collection. If this is a sample of the best, then I think I would rather have had a retrospective collection. I am already used to "the darker side" of fiction, but now I am wondering why the stories were written in the first place. My value basis on a story is that I want to have grown after reading the piece. Some inner change should take place, something I have not considered or thought of before. So, I am curious about Geraldine Brooks's choices. For class this is acceptable. Would I buy it just for a read? No.

  • Amazon Customer - Disappointed that this product is no longer available in stores

    Disappointed that this product is no longer available in stores. Searched on line, and glad to find it. Will need to find a replacement. Read about it in a magazine and the product works quite well for me.

  • Emily Boardman - Big difference after just one use!

    I have tried so many expensive lines to find product that will smooth frizz on my fine hair without looking flat and weighed down. I've tried Bumble&Bumble, Oribe, and Nioxin, and then recently saw the Wen infomercial. After searching on Amazon I was directed to HairOne as a less expensive sulfate-free cleaner conditioner that was as effective if not better. I'm glad I didn't spring for the Wen, because I couldn't be happier with the results after my first use. My hair is soft, smooth, and still has body after just blow drying with a round brush. I've never written a product review before, but this one deserves it!

  • alyssa jones - Great bang for the buck

    Sounds great,looks good, and is much lighter than the stock system. Took about 2.5 hours to install, could have been easier if they included any instructions or marked the tubes left/right, cylinder side/wye pipe end- wasn't hard to figure out just a little frustrating. Also, like others have said, the point for the left pipe to wye pipe spring is too close so the spring is loose.