viernes, 18 de julio de 2014

Restoring bone density, block tick bites and Lyme disease, skin cancer portrait, summertime healthy habits

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Restoring Bone in Women with Ovarian Disorder

Hormone replacement therapy restored bone mineral density to normal in young women with primary ovarian insufficiency. (From NIH Research Matters)

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Tick Talk: Block Tick Bites and Lyme Disease

Tick-borne diseases are found in many areas across the country, and they’re on the rise. Learn what you can do to keep ticks from taking a bite out of you. (From NIH News in Health)

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Snapshots of Life: Portrait of Skin Cancer

When biologist Markus Schober peered through his microscope at squamous cell carcinoma, both the diabolical complexity—and the beauty—of this common form of skin cancer caught his eye. (From the NIH Director’s Blog)

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Summertime Healthy Habits

Don’t use the summer as an excuse to be unhealthy. Use these 10 tips to help you stay on track! (From NIH’s National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases)

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