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  • Survival Series: How to Make The Ultimate Baked Potato
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  • Survival Series: How to Whip Up a Delicious Breakfast Smoothie
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Survival - 60 News Result(s)
  • Weekend Exercise May be As Good As Daily Workouts: Study
    Weekend Exercise May be As Good As Daily Workouts: Study

    People who exercise mainly on the weekends may reap significant health and survival benefits, on par with people who work out more regularly, researchers said Monday.

  • A New Combination Therapy Can Improve Survival Rate in Brain Cancer Patients
    A New Combination Therapy Can Improve Survival Rate in Brain Cancer Patients

    The vaccine targeting CMV antigen pp65, combined with temozolomide, improved both progression-free survival and overall survival for a small group of GBM patients.

  • Kids More Likely to Beat Cancer Than Young Adults: Study
    Kids More Likely to Beat Cancer Than Young Adults: Study

    According to researchers, the variations in survival rates between both age groups are due to a number of factors including delays in diagnosis and treatment.

  • We Can Survive on Fruit Diet, Says Chef Ranveer Brar
    We Can Survive on Fruit Diet, Says Chef Ranveer Brar

    Celebrity chef Ranveer Brar believes that fruit diet is the only food habit that a human body can survive on for a lifetime.

  • Vitamin D Levels Tied to Breast Cancer Survival
    Vitamin D Levels Tied to Breast Cancer Survival

    For women diagnosed with breast cancer, high vitamin D levels in the blood may be tied to better odds of surviving and having tumors with less deadly characteristics, suggests a new study.

  • Past Depression Tied to Worse Breast Cancer Survival Odds
    Past Depression Tied to Worse Breast Cancer Survival Odds

    Women with a history of depression may have lower survival odds with breast cancer than patients without past mental health problems, research in Denmark suggests.

  • Double Mastectomy for Breast Cancer 'Does not Boost Survival Chances'
    Double Mastectomy for Breast Cancer 'Does not Boost Survival Chances'

    Operation results in same mortality rates as having lumps removed and undergoing radiotherapy, new study findsWomen with breast cancer who opt for a double mastectomy to beat the disease do not increase their chances of ...

  • Man Survives on Ants for Six Days in Remote Australia
    Man Survives on Ants for Six Days in Remote Australia

    Reg Foggerdy, 62, had been sitting a tree for the last two days, with no water during surviving just by eating ants.

  • Think Before You Take a Bite! Harmful Bacteria Can Survive in Cookies for Months
    Think Before You Take a Bite! Harmful Bacteria Can Survive in Cookies for Months

    The researchers found that not only can harmful bacteria survive in dry foods, like cookie and cracker sandwiches, but they can also live for long periods of time.

  • Rehab After Heart Attack Tied to Longer, Not Healthier Life
    Rehab After Heart Attack Tied to Longer, Not Healthier Life

    Heart attack survivors who participate in cardiac rehabilitation programs may survive longer, but feel no healthier, than they would without this follow-up care, a U.S. study suggests.

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