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Researchers from John Hopkins University found the assessment, known as CancerSEEK, picks up on DNA shed by mutating cells in the blood and averages at around 70 percent accuracy.
For cancer survivors, three seasons of home vegetable gardening may increase physical activity, fruits and vegetables in the diet and also enhance fe
Every weekend thousands of yummy mummies crowd into rooms across Britain, heated at a stifling 40C and paying around £14 a session in the hope it will do them some good.
Scientists at Johns Hopkins University in the US have developed a test that screens for eight common forms of cancer and helps identify the location of the disease.
ATLANTA (Reuters) - Commuters in the southern United States will wake up to more frigid temperatures and slick roads Friday, but a thaw is expected by the weekend, forecasters say.
Creativity comes from interaction between brain areas that don't typically communicate, according to a new study that knocks down one of the most tenacious brain myths of them all.
The brains behind one of Australia's largest activewear brands, Lorna Jane Clarkson, 53, follows a rigorous diet and exercise routine, which she has shared.
A 21-year-old man from Nigeria, rejected by surgeons worldwide, receives life-saving surgery from Beaumont doctors             
Mother of mentally ill woman says her daughter, 22, was denied her lawful right to medical care when she was left in the cold outside a Baltimore hospital wearing only a flimsy gown
A mother has spoken of the terrifying moment her baby daughter's condition deteriorated when she suffered a rare liver disease. Here, she reveals how a transplant saved her daughter's life.
Flu comes along every year - but just how bad it will be is hard to predict.
The CDC said the test can miss the flu up to half the time and doesn't give a complete picture.
Oxford professor Liz Frood was fit and healthy until she was struck by what she thought was a stomach bug.
8.3million people, 15 per cent of the UK population, are believed to have been hit by symptoms this week. Thousands have been hospitalised, with 'Aussie' and 'Japan' strains to blame.
A synthetic version of grass pollen has been created by scientists, which cuts wheezing, itchy eyes and medication use by 25 per cent. At least a quarter of people in Britain suffer from hayfever.
Delayed marriage and parenthood has pushed back perceptions of when adulthood starts.
Delayed marriage and parenthood has pushed back perceptions of when adulthood begins, they say.
Money meant to transform services has been used to shore up finances, the National Audit Office says.
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Births in mainland China fell by 3.5 percent to 17.23 million last year, the China Daily reported on Friday, citing figures from the country's statistics bureau.
ATLANTA (Reuters) - Commuters in the U.S. South endured frigid temperatures and slick driving conditions on Thursday after a storm dumped heavy snow across the region, whipped up winds that snapped po

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