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  Regulating ones own fertility and pregnancy has long been an essential part of women’s health and wellbeing.   However, even with multiple forms of birth control now available, there is not global, equal, independent access to them.   Dr Tracy Morison of Massey University in New Zealand researches attitudes, accessibility and issues of justice…

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  In high-speed communications, very fast optical signals connect to your office or even your home. But these optical signals have not yet reached end-of-edge terminals such as personal computers and smart phones.   Dr Hideaki Fukuzawa and Mr Takashi Kikukawa (TDK Corporation, Japan) show that it’s possible to make these optical modulators with standard semiconductor industry processing,…

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  Cardiovascular disease is the world’s leading cause of death. Despite significant advances in its diagnosis, robust treatment remains elusive.   US-based cardiovascular specialists Dr Bradley Bale and Dr Amy Doneen have developed a simple, holistic, and effective method to cure cardiovascular disease. The BaleDoneen Method® targets one of its biggest contributing factors: oxidative stress.…

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  Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer worldwide, affecting over 2 million women each year. The most important predictor of both recurrence and survival in patients with breast cancer is if cancer has spread to the axillary lymph nodes.   Dr. Alyssa Cubbison at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center specialises in…

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