January 23, 2017 0243 GMT
Most patients prefer MIS methods
US women taking maternity leave unchanged for two decades
The number of women in the United States who take maternity leave has remained stagnant for the past 22 years, despite factors that suggest it should be increasing, according to a new study.
New technology lets diabetics skip multiple finger pricks
One of the biggest complaints for diabetics is that they hate having to prick their fingers multiple times to test sugar levels throughout the day.
Canada seeks warnings on prescription painkillers
As deaths from powerful painkillers continue to rise, Canada is pursuing unprecedented measures to curb their use, including requiring cigarette-style warning stickers on every prescription, Health Minister Jane Philpott told Reuters.
Iran to unveil herbal drug for treating Alzheimer’s
Scientists predict outcome of Ebola infection with blood test
Researchers at the University of Liverpool in England have developed a blood test that can determine whether patients will survive or die from the Ebola virus.
Stress may explain digestive issues in autistic kids
Many children with autism suffer from gastrointestinal problems, such as belly pain and constipation. And new research suggested that these issues may stem from a heightened response to stress.
Study: Too much sitting accelerates aging
You might age a lot faster if you sit too much, a new study said.
Iran boasts one of safest bloods worldwide
Antibody trial successful in treating HIV patients
Researchers have identified a new generation of antibodies that neutralized several strains of HIV and are conducting human trials with the 10-1074 antibody.
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