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Aggressive breast cancer cells hijack natural stress protector to thrive

Dr. Hasan Korkaya, tumor biologist at the Georgia Cancer Center and Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at the Medical College of Georgia at Augusta University and PhD graduate student, E... read more

In Defense of Food: Transcript

And the various cells ... of colon cancer in just two weeks. Michael Pollan: So the larger lesson is that we’re not just eating for ourselves. We’re eating for the trillions of microbes that inhabit u... read more

Nutrition for Health and Healing in HIV

These healing fats are also linked to reduced risk of heart attack, stroke and breast, prostate, and colon cancer. They may also be useful ... and detoxification. As with cell metabolism, natural prop... read more

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Chris beat cancer? He did indeed, but it wasn't quackery that cured him

I was diagnosed with stage 3 colon cancer in 2003, at 26 years old. I had surgery, but refused chemo. Instead I used nutrition and natural ... billions of cells or more the risk starts to become signi... read more

Study: Pressure to publish in top journals stifles creativity in economic research

Too often in economics, where you publish can be more important than what you publish. That’s the theory explored in a new study co-authored by Nobel-winning economist James J. Heckman and Sidharth Mo... read more

No brakes on breast cancer cells

Breast cancer cells; proteins of the cytoskeleton are shown in red. Source: Lutz Langbein, German Cancer Research Center Scientists of the German Cancer Research Center have discovered a tiny RNA mole... read more

Researchers improve understanding of 'Silly Putty' protein that could improve bioengineered tissues

Chaudhuri applies this physical-force perspective to a truly interdisciplinary effort – investigating how the mechanics of the tissue affect breast cancer ... of stem cells into bone cells More inform... read more

Western Digital Corp. (WDC) CEO Steve Milligan Hosts Investor Day Conference (Transcript)

People expect their data to thrive, adapt and learn with or without human involvement ... they are able to diagnose more obscure versions of breast cancer. Now in the current world, in the current con... read more

These Experiments Are Building the Case to Terraform Mars

Still, the research reveals the kinds of microbes that might thrive on an otherwise inhospitable planet. Part of the second round of the experiment, EXPOSE-R2, just returned from the ISS in March alon... read more

Taste is key in promoting insect-based food

A new study finds that promoting insect-based food as pleasurable, rather than healthy or environmentally friendly, could be the most effective marketing strategy for these currently taboo or unappeal... read more

Fall is the time to prepare your home for winter

In the fall, homeowners come to a mental crossroads. A part of us wants to stay outdoors and enjoy the pleasant autumn weather. But we also want to plunge into preparations for winter weather, the upc... read more

Seattle cabs are naturally gassed

What!! He said that all of the airport cabs in Seattle are powered by natural gas. You mean “biodiesel”? (I always try to be helpful). “No. All the Seattle taxis use natural gas. We’re required to do ... read more

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