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Could your favorite pain medicine send you into cardiac arrest?
A new study questions ibuprofen's safety
In Japanese Study, Stem Cell Injections Shown to Provide Simple Route to Breast Augmentation
If a stem cell treatment replaced the most common cosmetic surgery procedure, it could pave the way for much wider medical use of the potent little cells
Can Physicians Who Work on Humans Treat Animals Too?
Physicians and veterinarians agree: If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck, and is sick like a duck, … Continued
Stem-Cell Tourism: Adventures at the Fringes of Experimental Medicine
Droves of patients are heading overseas for stem-cell therapies unavailable in the U.S. Is it a dangerous scam -- or is America just behind the curve?
Stem-Cell Dental Implants Grow New Teeth Right In Your Mouth
The loss of a tooth is a minor deformity and a major pain. Although dental implants are available, the healing … Continued
Man With Fully Artificial Heart Gains New Mobility With Smallest-Ever Portable Power Pack
A groundbreaking new device has given an artificial heart recipient new freedom, replacing the 400-pound machine that kept him tethered to the hospital
Fighting Cholera Via Satellite
Space-age technology helps combat an old disease