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Thanks to improved diagnoses, stiffer penalties for helmet striking and fewer practices, the number of concussions in the N.F.L. dropped 13% in 2013 from the prior year, The New York Times reports. “In the preseason and the regular season, players...
Contrary to previous beliefs, a new study has shown that two types of breast tissue abnormalities may have the same potential for progressing to breast cancer, HealthDay reports. Atypical ductal hyperplasia (ADH) is an accumulation of abnormal cells in a...
Current cholesterol-lowering drugs are mostly in the class of statins, but now Amgen Inc. has opened the door to a new class of drugs, Bloomberg News reports. Their new cholesterol drug, evolocumab, which targets PCSK9, a protein associated with low...