Supplemental Oxygen Could Help Cancer Patients

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Researchers at Northeastern University did a study on what they say could dramatically increase the survival rate of patients with cancer.

They found that having a patient inhale supplemental oxygen can weaken immunosuppression and “wake up” a person’s “sleepy” anti-tumor cells.

That, in turn, could improve cancer immunotherapy and shrink tumors.
It turns out, smoking bans in public places may not really be helping smokers quit.

A new study found many people who are addicted to cigarettes still chose to smoke at home.

Researchers say greater inspiration to quit comes from having friends or family who set an example or being around a non-smoker.
The Food and Drug Administration says men should not use products that help treat low testosterone.

According to the FDA, these so-called low-t drugs could cause health problems like strokes and heart attacks.

Testosterone products brought in more than $2 billion in sales in 2013.

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