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Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Health News: North Wales food places with Zero hygiene ratings ♦ Stem cell researchers poke around for blood genes ♦ Older athletes able to return to sport after rotator cuff repair

North Wales food places with Zero hygiene ratings The issue of food hygiene has once again reared its head after the Daily Post published pictures showing the disgusting state of a Porthmadog restaurant which was fined £5,000 by hygiene inspectors. David Alexander Paton pleaded guilty to seven food hygiene offences at Caernarfon magistrates court after fish and chicken months past their expiry dates were found among
Older athletes able to return to sport after rotator cuff repair  Outcomes following the arthroscopic repair of rotator cuff tears in older athletes appears to be successful a majority of the time, according to new research.
Surgery a better treatment option for some hamstring injuries Patients treated surgically for a hamstring rupture demonstrated better results than those treated only with therapy.
Stem cell researchers poke around for blood genes Even though the transplantation of blood stem cells, also known as bone marrow, has saved many lives over many decades, the genes that control the number or function of blood stem cells are not fully understood. In a new study, researchers have uncovered new genes that affect blood stem cell development and maintenance.
Fishing for new ways to stop Parkinson's, a researcher makes big catches in the gene pool A geneticist is exploring the protective power of coffee, nicotine and NSAIDs -- and the damage    

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