Medical News Today daily newsletter - 16 March 2014

Dear kostik,

Welcome to today's Medical News Today newsletter, containing the most recent headlines from your chosen news categories.

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** BREAST CANCER News **

Cryoablation and nanoparticle-encapsulated anticancer drug combined to destroy cancer stem-like cells
http://mnt.to/l/4m8m
Combining nanodrug-based chemotherapy and cryoablation provides an effective strategy to eliminate cancer stem-like cells (CSCs) the root of cancer resistance and metastasis, which will help to...

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** CANCER / ONCOLOGY News **

Cryoablation and nanoparticle-encapsulated anticancer drug combined to destroy cancer stem-like cells
http://mnt.to/l/4m8m
Combining nanodrug-based chemotherapy and cryoablation provides an effective strategy to eliminate cancer stem-like cells (CSCs) the root of cancer resistance and metastasis, which will help to...

Mood, sleep and quality of life improved by mindfulness-based meditation in teenagers with cancer
http://mnt.to/l/4m8k
Mindfulness-based
meditation could lessen some symptoms associated with cancer in teens, according to the results of a clinical trial intervention led by researchers at the University of...

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** DEPRESSION News **

Happiness is viral, thanks to social media
http://mnt.to/l/4m8c
Unhappy Facebook status updates encourage unhappy posts from other users. But happy status updates are more powerful, according to a new study from the University of California.

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** FLU / COLD / SARS News **

How the flu bug bit Google
http://mnt.to/l/4m8r
Numbers and data can be critical tools in bringing complex issues into crisp focus. The understanding of diseases, for example, benefits from algorithms that help monitor their spread.

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** GENETICS News **

A novel protein identified in fruit flies may explain how biological clocks regulate human sleep
http://mnt.to/l/4m8t
In a series of experiments sparked by fruit flies that couldn't sleep, Johns Hopkins researchers say they have identified a mutant gene - dubbed "Wide Awake" - that sabotages how the biological...

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** HEART DISEASE News **

For some women response to emotional stress may be linked to heart artery dysfunction
http://mnt.to/l/4m8q
Microvascular coronary dysfunction, which occurs more often in women than men, may be triggered by emotional stress, leading to heart attacks and other cardiac problems, researchers...

Study finds heart scans only useful in prescribing statins under certain conditions
http://mnt.to/l/4m8n
As long as inexpensive statins, which lower cholesterol, are readily available and patients don't mind taking them, it doesn't make sense to do a heart scan to measure how much plaque has built...

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** INFECTIOUS DISEASES / BACTERIA / VIRUSES News **

Targeting molecular interaction of Marburg virus and host protein may arrest this lethal virus
http://mnt.to/l/4m8j
A protein that normally protects cells from environmental stresses has been shown to interact with Marburg virus VP24, allowing the deadly Marburg virus to live longer and replicate better...

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** IT / INTERNET / E-MAIL News **

How the flu bug bit Google
http://mnt.to/l/4m8r
Numbers and data can be critical tools in bringing complex issues into crisp focus. The understanding of diseases, for example, benefits from algorithms that help monitor their spread.

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** NEUROLOGY / NEUROSCIENCE News **

Intelligent people 'more likely to trust others'
http://mnt.to/l/4m8S
New research from the UK's University of Oxford suggests that intelligent individuals are more likely to trust others, compared with people who are less brainy.

How the brain stores memories by time
http://mnt.to/l/4m8p
Before I left the house this morning, I let the cat out and started the dishwasher. Or was that yesterday?

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** PEDIATRICS / CHILDREN'S HEALTH News **

Mood, sleep and quality of life improved by mindfulness-based meditation in teenagers with cancer
http://mnt.to/l/4m8k
Mindfulness-based
meditation could lessen some symptoms associated with cancer in teens, according to the results of a clinical trial intervention led by researchers at the University of...

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** PSYCHOLOGY / PSYCHIATRY News **

Intelligent people 'more likely to trust others'
http://mnt.to/l/4m8S
New research from the UK's University of Oxford suggests that intelligent individuals are more likely to trust others, compared with people who are less brainy.

American Muslims' attitudes toward organ donation
http://mnt.to/l/4m8s
American Muslims who interpret negative events in life as punishment from God are less likely to believe that donating organs after death is ethical than those with a more positive outlook...

For some women response to emotional stress may be linked to heart artery dysfunction
http://mnt.to/l/4m8q
Microvascular coronary dysfunction, which occurs more often in women than men, may be triggered by emotional stress, leading to heart attacks and other cardiac problems, researchers...

Mood, sleep and quality of life improved by mindfulness-based meditation in teenagers with cancer
http://mnt.to/l/4m8k
Mindfulness-based
meditation could lessen some symptoms associated with cancer in teens, according to the results of a clinical trial intervention led by researchers at the University of...

Happiness is viral, thanks to social media
http://mnt.to/l/4m8c
Unhappy Facebook status updates encourage unhappy posts from other users. But happy status updates are more powerful, according to a new study from the University of California.

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** RADIOLOGY / NUCLEAR MEDICINE News **

Study finds heart scans only useful in prescribing statins under certain conditions
http://mnt.to/l/4m8n
As long as inexpensive statins, which lower cholesterol, are readily available and patients don't mind taking them, it doesn't make sense to do a heart scan to measure how much plaque has built...

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** SLEEP / SLEEP DISORDERS / INSOMNIA News **

A novel protein identified in fruit flies may explain how biological clocks regulate human sleep
http://mnt.to/l/4m8t
In a series of experiments sparked by fruit flies that couldn't sleep, Johns Hopkins researchers say they have identified a mutant gene - dubbed "Wide Awake" - that sabotages how the biological...

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** STATINS News **

Study finds heart scans only useful in prescribing statins under certain conditions
http://mnt.to/l/4m8n
As long as inexpensive statins, which lower cholesterol, are readily available and patients don't mind taking them, it doesn't make sense to do a heart scan to measure how much plaque has built...

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** STEM CELL RESEARCH News **

Cryoablation and nanoparticle-encapsulated anticancer drug combined to destroy cancer stem-like cells
http://mnt.to/l/4m8m
Combining nanodrug-based chemotherapy and cryoablation provides an effective strategy to eliminate cancer stem-like cells (CSCs) the root of cancer resistance and metastasis, which will help to...

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** TRANSPLANTS / ORGAN DONATIONS News **

American Muslims' attitudes toward organ donation
http://mnt.to/l/4m8s
American Muslims who interpret negative events in life as punishment from God are less likely to believe that donating organs after death is ethical than those with a more positive outlook...

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** TROPICAL DISEASES News **

Targeting molecular interaction of Marburg virus and host protein may arrest this lethal virus
http://mnt.to/l/4m8j
A protein that normally protects cells from environmental stresses has been shown to interact with Marburg virus VP24, allowing the deadly Marburg virus to live longer and replicate better...

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** WOMEN'S HEALTH / GYNECOLOGY News **

For some women response to emotional stress may be linked to heart artery dysfunction
http://mnt.to/l/4m8q
Microvascular coronary dysfunction, which occurs more often in women than men, may be triggered by emotional stress, leading to heart attacks and other cardiac problems, researchers...

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