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07/25/2017
Fertility crisis? Male sperm counts have fallen 60pc in 40 years: study - NEWS.com.au


NEWS.com.au

Fertility crisis? Male sperm counts have fallen 60pc in 40 years: study
NEWS.com.au
CHILDREN of Men. The Handmaid's Tale. It appears the premise behind these hit shows is disturbingly real. A new study shows something is decimating the sperm of Western men. While women bear the brunt of the fallout in these fictional fertility crises, ...
'We are not in crisis yet': 60 per cent drop in sperm count can be reversedThe Sydney Morning Herald
Sperm concentration down 50 per cent in 40 yearsThe Australian Financial Review
Declining sperm counts: fertile ground for study but hard results prove slipperyCosmos
Gizmodo Australia -The New Daily -Sky News Australia -The Guardian
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07/26/2017
One in 20 adolescents have food allergy - SBS

SBS

One in 20 adolescents have food allergy
SBS
New Australian research confirms a worryingly high prevalence of food allergy among 'high risk' adolescents. Source: AAP. 59 MINS AGO UPDATED 58 MINS AGO. Research confirms one in 20 Australian adolescents have a food allergy, prompting experts ...
Kids rarely outgrow peanut allergies as teens, Melbourne research findsHerald Sun

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07/26/2017
Scientists discover how the brain's hypothalamus controls ageing – and manage to slow it down - The Conversation UK

The Conversation UK

Scientists discover how the brain's hypothalamus controls ageing – and manage to slow it down
The Conversation UK
Neural stem cells that have been transplanted into a mouse brain, here developing into neurons. Yirui Sun, Wellcome Images, CC BY-SA. Scientists discover how the brain's hypothalamus controls ageing – and manage to slow it down. July 26, 2017 1.05pm ...
Stem cell brain implants could 'slow ageing and extend life', study showsThe Guardian
The breakdown of this brain region may accelerate agingScience Magazine
Brain's Stem Cells Slow Ageing in MiceScientific American
New Scientist -The Scientist -The Independent -Philly.com
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07/26/2017
Charlie Gard 'cannot go home to die', court rules - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

Charlie Gard 'cannot go home to die', court rules
The Sydney Morning Herald
Charlie Gard will most likely end his life in a hospice, after the terminally ill baby's parents were frustrated in their attempt to bring him home to die. The case that captured worldwide attention returned to court again on Wednesday after Great ...
Charlie Gard to spend last days in hospiceSBS
How Charlie Gard captured Trump's attention and animated pro-life groupsThe Guardian
Terminally-Ill UK Baby To Spend Final Days In Hospice, Parents Seek More Time With HimNDTV
Metro -BBC News -ITV News -Chicago Tribune
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07/26/2017
Alzheimer's breakthrough: Simple test could detect disease 'with 85 per cent accuracy' - Express.co.uk

Express.co.uk

Alzheimer's breakthrough: Simple test could detect disease 'with 85 per cent accuracy'
Express.co.uk
Italian scientists think a technique which creates electrical currents that stimulate nerve cells could lead to swift and pain-free diagnosis. The method, known as transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), uses a large electromagnetic coil placed on the ...
Brain magnets can detect hard-to-diagnose dementiaCosmos
Is it Alzheimer's disease or another dementia?EurekAlert (press release)
Is it Alzheimer's disease or another type of dementia? New test differentiates between the two with up to 90% accuracyDaily Mail

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07/26/2017
'Revolutionary': Study of gay couples shows HIV transmission can be stopped - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning Herald

'Revolutionary': Study of gay couples shows HIV transmission can be stopped
The Sydney Morning Herald
The sexual transmission of HIV in gay couples can be stopped, a groundbreaking Australian study has shown. In what has been described as "revolutionary" for gay people, the study proved the virus was no longer transmissible if the HIV-positive person ...
HIV-positive gay men with undetectable viral load will not transmit virus, Australian-led study findsABC Online
Treatment halts HIV transmission via sexThe Australian
HIV Treatment Prevents Sexual Transmission Of Virus, Study RevealsHuffington Post Australia
Channel NewsAsia -South China Morning Post -Medical News Today -LocalNews8.com
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07/25/2017
Author David Gillespie on how to deal with the psychopath in your life - ABC Online

ABC Online

Author David Gillespie on how to deal with the psychopath in your life
ABC Online
Chances are you have come across a psychopath. It could be a boss, a colleague, a friend or a partner. Or maybe it is you. Five to 10 per cent of the population qualify as psychopathic, according to David Gillespie, author of Taming Toxic People: The ...
Is Your Boss A Psychopath? How To Spot The SignsHuffington Post Australia
Author David Gillespie on how to deal with a psychopath boss, friend or loverNEWS.com.au (blog)
Expert reveals the signs to spotting whether your boss is a PSYCHOPATH… and how to deal with themThe Sun
ABC Local -The Star, Kenya
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07/26/2017
Human case of West Nile Virus reported in Timiskaming District - CBC.ca

CBC.ca

Human case of West Nile Virus reported in Timiskaming District
CBC.ca
The Timiskaming Health Unit is investigating its first reported human case of West Nile Virus. In a statement released this afternoon, the health unit said this is also the first case of the virus being reported this year in Ontario. Fight the bite ...
Ottawa Public Health warns of "higher than usual" West Nile Virus activityCTV News
West Nile virus found in nine birds, three mosquitoes in Saginaw CountyMLive.com
West Nile found in regionBelleville Intelligencer
Patch.com -Toronto Star -Ottawa Citizen -Atlanta Journal Constitution
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07/26/2017
Medical male circumcision for HIV has benefits for women too - aidsmap

aidsmap

Medical male circumcision for HIV has benefits for women too
aidsmap
South African women whose most recent sexual partner was circumcised are less likely to have HIV, suggesting that the voluntary medical male circumcision programmes have benefits for women too, according to a study presented to the 9th International ...
Certain Penis Bacteria May Increase Risk Of HIV Transmission In MenMedical Daily
Certain Penis-Dwelling Bacteria Might Increase Your HIV RiskGizmodo Australia
Penis Foreskin Bacteria May Increase Risk Of HIVIFLScience
Montana Standard -Doctors Lounge -TUKO.CO.KE
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07/26/2017
The latest breakthrough in sun protection? Salmon sperm - New York Post

New York Post

The latest breakthrough in sun protection? Salmon sperm
New York Post
To protect yourself from sun damage, scientists are pivoting from SPF to DNA — specifically, DNA made from salmon sperm, the Daily Mail reports. Researchers at SUNY Binghamton have developed a thin, transparent coating made out of DNA that protects ...
DNA Sunscreen Improves Protection the Longer It's ExposedGenetic Engineering & Biotechnology News (press release)
Sunscreen made of DNA improves with longer wearUPI.com
Researchers develop DNA sunscreen that gets better the longer you wear itEurekAlert (press release)
Medical Daily -Electronics360 -Daily Mail -Cosmos
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