November 08, 2011
Space Travel Might Lead to Eye Trouble: Study
Astronauts who spend six
months or more in space may experience changes in the structures in
the back of their eyes, causing their vision to become blurry,
according to a new study from NASA.
New Guidelines Issued for Genetic Heart
Most people with a genetic
heart disease called hypertrophic cardiomyopathy (HCM) can live a
normal length of time, according to the first science-based
guideline for diagnosing and treating the condition.
Vaccine to Treat Breast, Ovarian Cancers Shows
A vaccine that coaxes the
body to attack tumor cells has shown promise in a small study of
advanced breast and ovarian cancer patients, improving overall
survival times and stopping the disease for a handful of breast