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Darrin is an IT manager for a large electrical contractor in Louisville KY. He is married and has 3 kids. He loves helping people with their technology needs. He runs a blog called Say Geek!

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RSV

Researchers have discovered that a common virus, RSV, which often infects young children can have anti-cancer properties.

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aspirin

A new study shows that aspirin may lengthen the life of men with prostate cancer.

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Solitaire

A new clot busting device offers new hope for sufferers of ischemic strokes.

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acai palm

Researchers at Emory University in Atlanta, GA. have published a study that shows the acai berry not only lengthened the life of fruit flies, but also improved the quality of its life.

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Tony Scott

The headline reads “Official: British director Tony Scott dead after jumping from California bridge”. The former ‘Top Gun’ director who seemingly had everything going for him was witnessed jumping off a California bridge “without hesitation”.

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GammaCore

Anyone who suffers regularly from migraines understands how difficult it is to get migraine relief. Even more difficult, is trying to get migraine relief without the use of medications that have the possibility of side affects. A U.S. based company, ElectroCore, has developed a device that promises migraine relief without medication.

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Turmeric powder is extensively used in Indian cooking. Photo by Sanjay Acharya via Wikimedia Commons

Turmeric, a common ingredient in Indian cuisine, is proving to be a lot more than a spice. Research shows that it can fight viruses.

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syringe

Study shows that there is clearly an autoimmune response involved in atherosclerosis, which may lead to a vaccine to prevent heart disease.

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Staphylococcus-aureus

Researchers have discovered a new bacteria resistant material which may lead to new medical devices that reduce hospital infections.

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gecko

Researchers at the University of Akron are looking at gecko feet adhesive to explore practical applications for bandages in wet environments.

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