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Medical Research

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  • Governor vetoes 34 bills, all but 2 from Republicans

    Montana's Democratic governor has vetoed more bills from this year's Republican-controlled Legislature than he had at this point after the 2013 session. Gov. Steve Bullock had shot down 34 bills by the end of the day Wednesday. He still has at least...
  • 5 health-care jobs for bachelor's degree holders

    5 health-care jobs for bachelor's degree holders
    CONSIDER THE FOLLOWING HEALTH-CARE JOBS IN YOUR SEARCH. Getting into health care doesn't necessarily require a doctoral degree. It's possible to help people feel their best and care for their health with a bachelor's degree. A bachelor's degree can...
  • Pumping iron failing to make you leaner? Blame your genes

    Pumping iron failing to make you leaner? Blame your genes
    You're a regular in the gym's weight room, grunting and sweating in hopes of turning fat into muscle and maybe even losing some weight. And yet your goal eludes you. New research on women finds that some are resistant to resistance training. For these...
  • New technology maps human genome in days

    ST. LOUIS The two 3-by-1-inch glass chips held the unfathomable amount of genetic information contained in 16 human genomes. Last week, a technician placed the chips called flow cells in a new genetic sequencing machine at the Genome Institute at...
  • Bullying does more long-term mental health harm than abuse, study says

    Bullying does more long-term mental health harm than abuse, study says
    The long-term effects of being bullied by other kids are worse than being abused by an adult, new research shows. Among a large group of children in England, those who were bullied were 60% more likely to have mental health problems as adults than...
  • Homeless plan gets $1 million federal bonus

    Homeless plan gets $1 million federal bonus
    The federal government has awarded a nearly $1 million bonus to Central Florida's efforts to house homeless people living on the streets, officials announced Wednesday. "We've had lots of plans to end homelessness," Andrae Bailey, CEO of the Central...
  • Child protection agencies missed signs of abuse in Ahziya Osceola case, state says

    Child protection agencies missed signs of abuse in Ahziya Osceola case, state says
    After Karen Cypress was accused of child neglect in January 2014, her son Ahziya Drew Osceola was placed in the care of his father, Nelson Osceola. But the justice and child protection systems appeared to be so concerned with making sure Cypress could...
  • Women's use of talc powder may be tied to ovarian cancer

    LOS ANGELES Deane Berg's doctor called her in the day after Christmas 2006 to give her the crushing news. She'd had her ovaries removed, the pathology results were back, and the information could not have been much worse. Berg had stage III ovarian...
  • Colorado theater gunman's stoic behavior at heart of trial

    The courtroom where the Colorado theater shooting trial is unfolding is awash with emotion as survivors recount the horrors of dodging gunfire and stumbling over loved ones' bodies as they fled. But the man tethered to the floor at the defense table...
  • Chicago ALS chapter puts Ice Bucket Challenge funds to work

    Chicago ALS chapter puts Ice Bucket Challenge funds to work
    As she watched the Ice Bucket Challenge fill her Facebook feed last summer, Samantha Matusiak thought of her mother, who died the year before after battling ALS. Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, often called Lou Gehrig's disease, inspired the viral...
  • What urine reveals about obesity

    What urine reveals about obesity
    Let's face it: Obesity's not hard to diagnose. It's easily done with a scale, a tape measure and (if you don't want to do the math yourself), a body-mass index (BMI) calculator. Or you could go old-school, and use your eyes. So, when scientists set...