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Crucial Advice You Should Know About Furniture

Everyone needs furniture, sooner or later. Any home or apartment needs furnishing. That’s why there are so many styles and choices out there. Make sure the pieces you pick for

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Pyrotinib with chemotherapy may improve outcomes in patients with pretreated HER2-positive breast cancer

Among patients with previously treated HER2-positive metastatic breast cancer, those who received pyrotinib plus capecitabine had longer overall survival than those who received lapatinib (Tykerb) plus capecitabine, according to updated

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Emphasizing short-term effects can help prevent and reduce youth smoking

Most smokers start early: According to the U.S. Office of the Surgeon General, nearly nine out of 10 adult smokers first tried tobacco by age 18, and the progression to

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Mapping complex variability onto intricate virtual models

Anybody who has ever seen a picture of a brain knows that it’s not a simple smooth oval; it’s more like a tangle of fat worms. But when researchers seek

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Emergency departments are vital to care coordination efforts to reduce readmissions

A new study shows that even though hospitals experience similar rates of emergency department (ED) visits after major surgeries, some have a great deal more readmissions. Study authors from Regenstrief

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Individuals with subclinical symptoms show different neural mechanisms when anticipating future events

Affective forecasting, or prospection, is the ability to construct future events mentally and “pre-experience” the event long before it happens. Impaired ability to envision the future plays an important role

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Researchers reveal inner nuclear membrane protein as positive regulator in breast cancer metastasis

The nuclear envelope (NE) is composed of the outer nuclear membrane (ONM) and the inner nuclear membrane (INM), which are separated by the perinuclear space and joined at nuclear pore

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Fatty acid length predicts Parkinson’s disease risk

Whether or not someone develops Parkinson’s disease may be a game of nanometers. A recent study has demonstrated that chains of fatty acids in the lysosome just one-half nanometer longer

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