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Stem Cell Cure Hope for Diabetes

Scientists have used stem cells from human bone marrow to repair defective insulin-producing pancreatic cells responsible for diabetes in mice. The treatment also halted...

Stem Cell Cure for Heart Attacks

Emergency heart attack patients will be injected with their own stem cells in a dramatic new treatment. The procedure, being pioneered by British doctors,...
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Jumbo Jet is Eye Hospital for World’s Poor

28 million people in the world are blind, yet their blindness could have been prevented, or their eyesight restored, if only they’d had access...

Autism Eases, Given Body’s Own Oxytocin

Hug The Monkey is a Web site about oxytocin, the hormone of love and enjoyment: Lewis Mehl-Madrona is an M.D. who doesn't see...

New Hope for an ‘Untreatable’ Mental Illness

For the first time, a major study has shown that a high percentage of patients with Borderline Personality Disorder can achieve full recovery and...

Pets Orphaned by Lebanon War Airlifted to U.S.

Some 300 homeless dogs and cats, many left behind by owners who fled Lebanon during the Hezbollah-Israel war, are headed to new sanctuaries in...

Alternative Medicine Saves Foot from Amputation

A South African newspaper reports doctors told diabetic Terry Whitfield that his gangrene-ravaged foot would need to be amputated. Instead he sought the help...

Victoria Required to Clean Up Sewage

Barry Penner, the British Columbia Environment Minister, announced today that Victoria will be required to provide a fixed schedule for sewage treatment to the...

China to Invest $175 Billion in Environment Clean-Up

"China plans to invest $175 billion in environmental protection in the next 5 years, to curb water and air pollution so severe it...
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Man Recovered From Parkinson’s Uses Holistic Regimen

In 1995, John Coleman was diagnosed with Parkinson's disease and suffered from the loss of speech and the inability to walk 5 meters without...
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Blogger Freed From Prison in Egypt

After six weeks in detention, Egyptian blogger Alaa Abdel-Fatah was finally released Thursday. The Christian Science Monitor reported May 17: Web community rallies to free...

Kenya to Provide Free AIDS Drugs

The BBC reports Kenya's president has announced that anti-retroviral drugs will now be free to all people with AIDS within all of its clinics...

Former Rivals Join in Common Cause to Save the Internet

Which issue aligns artists and musicians with Gun Owners of America? MoveOn.org with the Christian Coalition? The AARP with E-bay and Google? All these...

Innovation Wins Good Government Awards for Six States

Six state programs, ranging from Maine's comprehensive health care reform to Wisconsin's environmental program for businesses, are competing for $100,000 grants in one of...
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Aussie Skin Cancer Trial a Success

A new treatment for skin cancer made from the sap of a common garden weed has proven effective on 71 percent of basal cell...
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Room to Move, a Sanctuary for Retired, Rescued Zoo Elephants

Elephants are majestic creatures who are highly intelligent, complex, social, sensitive and even humorous. They form intricate family structures and grieve for their dead....

A Drug that Prevents Cell Damage in Spinal injuries, Cancer and Parkinson’s Diseases?

UPI reports on some excited researcers at Purdue University who said Tuesday that the hypertension drug hydralazine appears to prevent cell death. ...

Volvo Pledges Lifetime of Cars to U.S. Doctor Serving Orphans, Mothers in Ethiopia

The fourth annual Volvo for Life awards were announced and the 2006 grand prize winner is Dr. Ingida Asfaw of Pontiac, Michigan. Asfaw is...

Cancer Survivors to Get Better Insurance Rates

The Hartford Financial Services Group is announcing today that they will begin selling insurance at normal rates to men over 60 who have...
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The New Medicine Airs on PBS March 29

A burgeoning movement is taking place in hospitals and clinics across the country, integrating the best of high-tech medicine with a new attitude that...