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This Could Play A Huge Role In Saving The Lives Of People With Cancer.

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  Imagine being able to find out if you have any kind of cancer just as easily as you could high cholesterol. Almost too easy, right? Well, that day might come sooner rather than later. Research scientists from Bradford University are developing a test that, if all goes to plan, will be able to detect all types of cancer from a small blood sample. According to the lead researcher Professor Diana Anderson, the test involves putting white blood cells under UVA light, as they …

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Here Is What A Juice Cleanse Does To Your Body

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… your fat cells and proteins in your muscles. Hence, some loss of fat, and some loss of muscle mass. That said, a good deal of the weight you lose during a juice cleanse might just be water weight, Schilling said. You are drinking fluids (which means peeing a lot) all day every day, after all. 13. And chances are VERY high that you’ll end up gaining back any weight you do lose. Comedy Central / …

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‘Draw and you’ll go to jail’: the fight to save comics from the censor

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… Gaiman says, we have to defend the icky speech as well as the mainstream speech. When people say, I dont see how you can approve of that or defend this, or that something shouldnt be supported, Gaiman adds, I think of Mike Diana, in the cells for making comics. I think of Mike Diana, given the choice between not drawing, which was all he loved, or doing it surreptitiously, afraid of a police raid. I think of Mike Diana, who was only young himself, told he couldnt do any job working with …

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Isis is as much an offshoot of our global civilisation as Google

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… an appeal to Muslim doctors and nurses throughout the world to volunteer their services there. Presumably, even Isis doctors and nurses believe that the body is made of cells, that diseases are caused by pathogens, and that antibiotics kill bacteria. And what makes up these cells and bacteria? Indeed, what makes up the entire world? Back in 1016, every culture had its own story about the universe, and about the fundamental ingredients of the cosmic soup. Today, learned people throughout the …

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Southern Charm Recap: Can They Get Any More White?

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I have emerged from my two-day hangover solely to write this weeks recap. Guess killing brain cells is one of my hobbies now. When we left off I wasnt sure if I was Team Kathryn or Team Whitney, and I dont think thats ever going to get resolved tbh. However, I did just notice Kathryns facial expression in the opening sequence more or less sums up her entire personality. Thomas and JD, back at it again with the polo. Cause that ended really well the last time. Can they get any more white? …

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10 Amazing Photos Of The Human Body Under A Microscope

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… cells in bone marrow divide and transform into blood cells. This process is constantly happening because blood cells don’t live for a very long time: “Red ones about 120 days, some white ones as little as three,” writes science writer Colin Salter in his book Science is Beautiful. 2. And these are our lung cells. View this image › Science Photo Library / Via Batsford “Nuclei, which contain the …

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