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Alcohol is the world’s seventh-leading cause of disease burden, researchers found, and is the top risk factor for a variety of diseases in people ages 15-49. Over time, excessive drinking also raises the risk of developing various cancers, particularly in women ages 50 and older. Click below to review...
Some of the globe's leading minds in medical research gathered at this year's World Stem Cell Summit to discuss the recent developments, breakthroughs, and challenges that have arisen in the area of regenerative medicine. Click here to read more about this summit. Bernard Siegel, JD Founder, World...
New study reveals that alcohol, when consumed, turns into a toxin that, when not properly neutralized, can attack stem cells.