Scientists Identify 5 Types of Prostate Cancer

There Might Be 5 Kinds of Prostate Cancer July 31, 2015 — Scientists in the U.K. say there are five distinct types of prostate cancer, and they’ve found a way to distinguish between them. They say the research could lead to better treatment, because doctors would be able to know which tumors are more likely […]

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Only a payrolls surprise could shake stalling market

By Rodrigo Campos NEW YORK (Reuters) – Unless next week’s payrolls report is an outlier, investors should expect a continuation of the directionless market that has kept the SP 500 trading in place for most of the year. Should July post strong job gains, it would point to an economy strong enough for the Federal […]

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BMW paying electric car owners to delay charging in Bay Area

A BMW i3 charging. Tim Stevens/CNET With more and more plug-in cars hitting the roads, there’s been growing concern over the strain these vehicles will have on the nation’s overtaxed power grid. BMW thinks it may have a solution in California. The German automaker has partnered with utility Pacific Gas Electric for an 18-month pilot […]

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Regular, Moderate Coffee Drinking Tied to Better Brain Health in Seniors

Moderate Coffee Drinking and Seniors’ Brain Health By EJ Mundell HealthDay Reporter FRIDAY, July 31, 2015 (HealthDay News) — A study of more than 1,400 Italian seniors finds links between patterns of coffee consumption and their risk for “mild cognitive impairment” — declines in memory and thinking that are often a precursor to dementia. The […]

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Too Much Facebook, Twitter Tied to Poor Mental Health in Teens

Too Much of This Tied to Poor Teen Mental Health By Alan Mozes HealthDay Reporter FRIDAY, July 31, 2015 (HealthDay News) — Teens who frequently use social media are more likely to say they struggle with mental health concerns that are not being addressed, new Canadian research reveals. At issue is the amount of time […]

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More than 20 percent will buy gadget for back-to-school kids, survey says

Technically Incorrect offers a slightly twisted take on the tech that’s taken over our lives. Can any schoolkid live without one? CNET America needs a new neurosis like Donald Trump needs a new TV interview. There simply aren’t enough panic-sources in the world for us to feel as if we’re sufficiently worry-warted Americans. It was […]

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Noninvasive Stimulation Gets Legs Moving After Spinal Cord Injury

Device Gets Legs Moving After Spinal Cord Injury By Mary Elizabeth Dallas HealthDay Reporter FRIDAY, July 31, 2015 (HealthDay News) — A noninvasive procedure might help people with paralysis move their legs without the need for surgery or implanted devices, new research suggests. The treatment approach is called transcutaneous stimulation, where a device delivers an […]

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Texting while strolling makes you walk funny, study confirms

Enlarge Image Don’t forget to look up, mister. CBS News Pro tip: Don’t read this on your smartphone while walking — unless you want the people behind you to become annoyed and get an uncontrollable urge to rip your phone out of your hand. If you’ve ever been stuck behind someone who was strolling while […]

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The Risks of Belly Fat

Good to Know is a new feature that allows members of the community to answer questions from WebMD experts, doctors, staff, and other community members. We’re testing this new feature and we’d like your feedback. From: http://www.webmd.com/diet/the-risks-of-belly-fat?src=RSS_PUBLIC

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Extended slump in oil taking toll on industry, economy

NEW YORK (AP) — As drivers, shippers and airlines continue to enjoy lower fuel prices, the oil industry is responding to much lower profits with sharp cuts in spending and employment that are hurting economic growth. Low oil and gas prices are good for the overall economy because they reduce costs for consumers and business. […]

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