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December 29, 20161 min
RadioMD News... I'm John ByrdAn old breast cancer drug may be the key to battling the so-called "superbug" infections, say researchers. First introduced in 1977, tamoxifen boosts white blood cells potentially aiding the immune system in fighting off the bacteria. Further study is still needed, but scientists are hopeful.Stem cell treatment may help reduce the impairment brought on by dementia, found a new study. Neural stem cells were discovered to improve brain cell function and communication leading to a reversal of some of the symptoms of dementia. Testing continues.And... if you're pregnant, it's best to chill out. It appears being that being stressed out during pregnancy, especially in late stages, could end up affecting your child down the road. Physical coordination amongst children who's mothers experienced multiple stress events was noticeably impaired when compared to offspring of women who did not. So, hey Mom... cool it.For RadioMD News, this is John Byrd. Hear health talk interviews with top exper

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