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ONC201 may inhibit cancer stem cell self-renewals by altering their gene expression

[unable to retrieve full-text content] ONC201 may inhibit cancer stem cell self-renewals by altering their gene expression, according to a new study. Men's Health News — ScienceDaily

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Women Who Have Kids in Their 30s May Live Longer, Study Finds

If you’re a child-free woman, you may have heard the (obnoxious) warning that women’s fertility plummets in their 30s, despite the fact that this can happen for men too and many women start families in their 30s, 40s, and even ...

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Meet the Women Crowdfunding Their Mental Health Care

When 36-year-old Jessie (last name withheld) was in the hospital giving birth to her son almost five years ago, she had a serious physical reaction to a new medication that left her paralyzed and unable to speak. She physically recovered, ...

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Texas Pastor's Wife and Newborn Fight for Their Lives After Complications Led to Early Delivery: 'There Is Hope'

This article originally appeared on People.com. It was supposed to be a joyous moment on July 10 when 39-year-old Jannelle Villarreal of San Antonio, Texas, welcomed her baby girl. But just minutes after the planned C-section, things took a turn ...

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7 Top Athleisure Designers Share Their Secrets to Getting the Best Workout Ever

Athleisure is bigger than ever—sales of the workout-and-brunch-ready apparel now rake in $ 44 billion annually in the United States, according to the NPD Group, and Morgan Stanley has predicted that number will grow to $ 83 billion by 2020. ...

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Women Behind Viral Before-After Weight Loss Photos Share Their Stories

Before-and-after photos have become a full-on social media phenomenon. But these kinds of images can never really show you a start point and an end point to anyone’s weight or health journey. They’re just part of a story—often a lifelong ...

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Heavy-drinking mothers linked to their child’s path toward the justice system

This study investigated whether children whose mothers had an alcohol-related disorder would be at risk of early-life contact with the justice system, which can lead to many negative outcomes across an individual’s life span. Such outcomes can include repeated contact ...

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Plus-Size Models Not Only Look Good, They Make Women Feel Better About Their Bodies

Women pay more attention to—and feel better after looking at—models who are average and plus-size compared to models who are thin. That’s the conclusion of a new study from Florida State University researchers, published last week in the journal Communication Monographs. ...

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6 Top Athleisure Designers Share Their Secrets to Getting the Best Workout Ever

Athleisure is bigger than ever—sales of the workout-and-brunch-ready apparel now rake in $ 44 billion annually in the United States, according to the NPD Group, and Morgan Stanley has predicted that number will grow to $ 83 billion by 2020. ...

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Do children act out because parents check their smartphones too often?

As more and more of us admit to being unable to imagine our lives without a smartphone, a new study investigates the impact of technology on parenting and child behavior. New research suggests that parental use of technology might lead ...

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