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  • Prescribed medicine: the amazing truth!
    Prescribed medicine: the amazing truth!
    Nowadays we are all inundated with commercials about all kinds of “miracle prescribed pills” that can cure almost everything. What is however unknown to most people is that the pharmacological industry is selling their drugs to...
  • The Center hosts the 12th Annual Dearborn Women's Expo this weekend
    The Center hosts the 12th Annual Dearborn Women's Expo this weekend
    The 12th Annual Dearborn Women's Expo invites everyone to “Grab Your BFFs (best female friends) for a Sunday Funday” March 1 at the Ford Community and Performing Arts Center, 15801 Michigan Ave. in Dearborn.There are 100 exhibitors...
  • Drew Spinelli sporting his shaved head
    High school student vies for Student of the Year for LLS
    The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS) has initiated a contest for "Student of the Year." This is a fundraising challenge for high school students. In Maryland, twelve students have accepted the challenge. Their goal is to raise $10,000...
  • Italia Ricci
    'Chasing Life' star Italia Ricci dishes on season one and affecting audiences
    ABC Family's Chasing Life is back, and that means we once again get to appreciate Italia Ricci's strong and charismatic performance as April Carver, the junior reporter facing some of life's biggest challenges. We caught up with Italia...
  • UCLA stem cell researchers receive $3.2 million grant
    UCLA stem cell researchers receive $3.2 million grant
    On February 2, the Eli and Edythe Broad Center of Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell Research at UCLA announced that two if its scientists had received California Institute of Regenerative Medicine (CIRM) Tools and Technologies Awards totaling...
  • Gingerbread heart
    A favorite, sweet and spicy delicacy for the holidays.
    Ancient Greeks and Egyptians always ate gingerbread for ceremonial purposes and that tradition came to Europe around the eleven century. Later Early German settlers brought their version of the gingerbread house to the Americas. Honey was used as...
  • Cesarean section carries risk of immune disorders in offspring
    Cesarean section carries risk of immune disorders in offspring
    According to a new study, offspring of women who deliver by cesarean section are at increased risk for certain immune diseases. Danish researchers published their findings online on December 1 in the journal Pediatrics.The study authors note that...
  • Medical research
    Treatment resistant leukemia responds to a new substance
    There has been an aggressive search for effective interventions for treatment resistant leukemia. Goethe-Universität Frankfurt am Main reported on Nov. 28, 2014 a new substance overcomes treatment resistance in leukemia. This represents a...
  • Hookah smokers at greater risk of leukemia from benzene exposure
    Hookah smokers at greater risk of leukemia from benzene exposure
    Hookah smokers and others in close proximity to them have been found to have a substantial rise in levels of benzene, a substance linked to an increased risk for leukemia, according to a new study. The study’s authors recommend that based on...
  • Lucy Hale to perform for TJ Martell Foundation
    Lucy Hale to perform at The T.J. Martell 6th Annual Family Day
    Coming this Sunday, November 16, 2014 at the CBS Studios Lot in Studio City will be a day of fun, food, games music and celebrities as The T.J. Martell Foundation for Leukemia, Cancer and AIDS Research holds its 6th Annual Family Day LA bringing...
  • How Tech N9ne Saved my Life
    HOW TECH N9NE SAVED THE LIFE OF A 43 YEAR OLD HOUSE WIFE- FA REEL!
    I am a 43 year old housewife who happens to love rap! I have a son that is 17 that happens to be a rapper! He and I had gone to see a rap concert in Indianapolis in February and while we were there we noticed that Tech N9ne would be coming in May....
  • Millie and her family
    Millie's Princess Foundation runs for families and children
    Millie Flamm was diagnosed at age 4 with leukemia, As she was undergoing a bone marrow transplant, a group of women in her neighborhood decided to organize a 5K run to help Millie’s family pay her medical bills.“She lit up a room,...
  • Vaccination
    Study finds childhood vaccines safe, side-effects rare
    For parents confused about whether or not to have their children vaccinated against infectious diseases, a new study should offer reassurance about the safety of the vaccinations. In the study, published in the July 1 online journal Pediatrics,...
  • Dr. Cairo
    Targeted cellular therapy improves life quality for children with cancer
    Treatment of childhood lymphomas and leukemia is a difficult medical task, often without positive, long term results. There are about 15,000 new cases of childhood cancer diagnosed per year, compared with approximately 1.5-2 million adult cases...
  • Leukemia cells
    Immune cells can be trained to fight leukemia
    The best way to fight off leukemia might be just using what patients have had all along. According to USA Today’s report on Feb. 19, researchers have found success in training the body’s immune system to fight off cancer.The study...
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