Americans Spent a Record Amount on Medicine in 2014

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Medicine spending in the U.S. rose at the highest rate since 2001, a new report shows

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Americans Spent a Record Amount on Medicine in 2014

Four-year-old discovers 100-million-year-old dinosaur (+video)

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The discovery of a Late Cretaceous dinosaur puts Wylie Brys in a growing pool of kids who have made notable contributions to science.

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Four-year-old discovers 100-million-year-old dinosaur (+video)

New Flood Maps Released for Chattanooga

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When it rains in some Chattanooga neighborhoods sometimes drainage can be an issue.

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Breath test screening spots chemical signals linked to development of stomach cancer

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By looking for distinctive ‘breath prints’, researchers in Haifa, Israel, have also been able to distinguish between patients at high and low risk of developing stomach cancer.

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Breath test screening spots chemical signals linked to development of stomach cancer

Walker signs deal with German researchers, meets with Merck

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Gov. Scott Walker agreed Monday to increase collaboration between researchers in Germany and at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health to combat Alzheimer's disease and other …

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Pitt cancer virology team reveals new pathway that controls how cells make proteins

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( University of Pittsburgh Schools of the Health Sciences ) A serendipitous combination of technology and scientific discovery, coupled with a hunch, allowed University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute researchers to reveal a previously invisible biological process that may be implicated in the rapid growth of some cancers.

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Pitt cancer virology team reveals new pathway that controls how cells make proteins

Four-year-old discovers 100-million-year-old dinosaur

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The discovery of a Late Cretaceous dinosaur puts Wylie Brys in a growing pool of kids who have made notable contributions to science.

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Four-year-old discovers 100-million-year-old dinosaur

Proving Scientific Dogma Isn't the Whole Story

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PITTSBURGH, Pa. — via PRWEB – A serendipitous combination of technology and scientific discovery, coupled with a hunch, allowed University of Pittsburgh Cancer Institute (UPCI) researchers to reveal a …

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Neil deGrasse Tyson on Blending Science and Stand-Up for New StarTalk TV Talk Show

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“I operate as a servant to the public's appetite for science,” says Twitter's favorite astrophysicist

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Neil deGrasse Tyson on Blending Science and Stand-Up for New StarTalk TV Talk Show

The Placebome: Where Genetics and the Placebo Effect Meet

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As researchers are discovering that placebo responses are modified by a person's genetics, investigators from Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center are raising questions as to how “the placebome” will impact both patient care and drug development.

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The Placebome: Where Genetics and the Placebo Effect Meet