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Why Are Late Stage Cancers Rarely Operable?

Why Are Late Stage Cancers Rarely Operable?

This question originally appeared on Quora. Answer by Ramzi Amri, nurse MD, shop PhD, generic postdoctoral fellow in surgical oncology, Harvard Med and Mass General. Often the term “inoperable” is used not to indicate that it is physically impossible to operate on someone but that it’s no use. In other words: the risks and the […]

People Who Eat Fiber Are 80% More Likely To Live A ‘Long And Healthy Life’

People Who Eat Fiber Are 80% More Likely To Live A ‘Long And Healthy Life’

Our bodies technically can’t digest fiber, click so it easily passes through our intestines and keeps bowel movements regular. But the roughage that’s found in fruits, cialis vegetables, pharmacy and whole grains does far more than maintain digestive health; it may contribute to good health as we age, according to a new study. The study, […]

As The ‘100 Deadliest Days’ Begin, AAA Reveals Top Driving Distractions For Teens

As The ‘100 Deadliest Days’ Begin, AAA Reveals Top Driving Distractions For Teens

Summer is here, erectile and so begins the “100 Deadliest Days, view ” the period beginning right after Memorial Day when teen crash deaths historically climb because there are more of them on the road. As the summer driving season begins, the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety is releasing a follow-up study confirming that nearly […]

New NASA Instrument Brings Coasts and Coral into Focus

New NASA Instrument Brings Coasts and Coral into Focus

A coastal scene with deep blue seas and a coral reef is beautiful to look at, but if you try to record the scene with a camera or a scientific instrument, the results are almost always disappointing. Most cameras can’t “see” underwater objects in such scenes because they’re so dim and wash out the glaring […]

Potatoes Now Blamed For Increased High Blood Pressure Risk

Potatoes Now Blamed For Increased High Blood Pressure Risk

Lola Gayle, cialis STEAM Register Science is notorious for its turbulent on-again, malady off-again relationship with the humble potato, and this time the two seem to be having a bit of a spat. A new study claims to have found a link between eating 4 or more servings a week of potatoes (baked, boiled, mashed […]

Remembering on this Memorial Day

Remembering on this Memorial Day

Mr. William Hicks, a resident of Newbury Park, served in Vietnam.  He comes from a long line of those who have done just that for this country.  There was a Lieutenant William Hicks who was with the Continental Army,  His family could be found on both sides of the Civil War and his father was […]

The bully in my computer — Windows 10 Update is getting aggressive

The bully in my computer — Windows 10 Update is getting aggressive

By Debra Tash It’s hard to believe a company like Microsoft has to resort to tricking users of its Windows product into upgrading to the latest version of their software.  Now I’ve heard good things about Windows 10, and I have no objection to upgrading, but it has to be on my timetable not some […]

Memorial Day: So those who fought for freedom shall not have died in vain

Memorial Day: So those who fought for freedom shall not have died in vain

SAN JOSE, and May 30, recipe 2016 – Memorial Day, if taken beyond the realm of all the fun things people do over the three day holiday weekend, can be taken very seriously, as it was long, long ago. Yet, like the topic of death itself, Memorial Day tends to conjure up issues people would […]

NASA’s Juno Spacecraft Crosses Jupiter/Sun Gravitational Boundary

NASA’s Juno Spacecraft Crosses Jupiter/Sun Gravitational Boundary

Since its launch five years ago, there have been three forces tugging at NASA’s Juno spacecraft as it speeds through the solar system. The sun, Earth and Jupiter have all been influential — a gravitational trifecta of sorts. At times, Earth was close enough to be the frontrunner. More recently, the sun has had the […]

Elderly Vets With Terminal Cancer Rarely Get The End-Of-Life Care They Deserve

Elderly Vets With Terminal Cancer Rarely Get The End-Of-Life Care They Deserve

A new study published Friday in the Journal of Palliative Medicine reveals that our veterans aren’t always getting the end-of-life care they deserve. The researchers analyzed the medical records of nearly 12, pilule 000 veterans over the age of 65 who died of cancer in 2012. From there, adiposity they looked at the type and […]