March 23, 2011
Genome Map of Multiple Myeloma Offers Clues to Its
The genome of the highly
aggressive blood cancer multiple myeloma has been mapped by a team
of North American scientists, who say their achievement will
improve understanding of what causes the disease and may lead to
Are the Religious Prone to Obesity?
New research finds that
people who frequently attend religious services are significantly
more likely to become obese by the time they reach middle age.
Americans' Exposure to Mercury From Fish Won't Harm
Though repeatedly linked
to neurological deficits in children and unborn babies, Americans'
level of exposure to mercury from sources such as fish is not
associated with a higher risk of heart disease, stroke or other
cardiovascular disease, a new study suggests.