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Alzheimer's: Pharma's Great White Whale Is Still Worth Hunting
-The Wall Street Journal - Mon Feb 20 07:11:02 EST 2017
Alzheimer’s disease is both the largest unmet medical need in the U.S. and the most frustrating challenge for the drug industry. Don’t expect pharma companies to get discouraged an...
Cars and chlamydia behind rise in Queensland koala deaths
-UPI - Tue Feb 21 11:02:52 EST 2017
"Populations throughout 'Koala Coast' declined by about 80 per cent over this period, so this iconic and famous species is in real trouble in our area," said researcher Rachel Alla...
According to an international team of researchers led by University College London and King’s College London, the discovery of a ‘molecular switch’ that causes the mucosal inflamma...
Targeting Gut Bacteria May Be The Key To Preventing Alzheimer's
-The Huffington Post - Tue Feb 21 04:51:26 EST 2017
Mounting research continues to show the links between the health of the gut and that of the brain. Now, a new study from Lund University in Sweden finds that unhealthy intesti...
Federal sharpshooters join fight against deer disease
-Post Bulletin - Mon Feb 20 07:12:43 EST 2017
For the past seven weeks, the battle against chronic wasting disease in southeastern Minnesota's deer herd involved what could be described as a "shotgun" approach. Hundreds of hun...
Heart Health Month: a moment to examine your risks
-The Seattle Times - Sun Feb 19 04:07:26 EST 2017
February is Heart Health Month and a great time of year to ensure you and your loved ones are living a heart-healthy lifestyle. With heart disease being the number one leading caus...
Feb. 21 (UPI) -- Researchers at King's College London are using apolipoproteins to diagnose cardiovascular disease at an earlier stage. The team of scientists used a technology cal...
You may consider loneliness to simply be an emotion that will pass, but a new study has found Black women’s propensity to loneliness may put them at an increased risk for heart dis...
Heart valve disease warrants awareness
-The Brownsville Herald - Mon Feb 20 22:09:32 EST 2017
Editor: Feb. 22 marks National Heart Valve Disease Awareness Day. There’s no better time to recognize this common yet little-known disease. As many as 5 million Americans are estim...
The bad news: I don't have Parkinson's. | AL.com
-AL.Com - Mon Feb 20 10:00:50 EST 2017
I'm losing my mind. Not psychologically, as if by mental illness. But physiologically. My brain is dying. An overabundance of proteins is forming little pools or clumps in my brain...
Heart disease: 'Mommy doesn't feel good. Call 9-1-1'
-USA Today - Tue Feb 21 13:57:35 EST 2017
FREEHOLD, N.J. — Joan Acevedo stepped into the shower thinking she was a perfectly healthy 39-year-old about to head to church with her two young children on a Sunday morning ...
Ready for Spring Break? Have Fun but Play It Safe
-MedlinePlus - Tue Feb 21 07:12:41 EST 2017
(*this news item will not be available after 05/19/2017) Saturday, February 18, 2017 SATURDAY, Feb. 18, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- Spring break is a time to kick back and have fun, b...
David Cassidy Has Dementia: Here's What That Means
-Live Science - Tue Feb 21 14:05:57 EST 2017
Actor and singer David Cassidy recently revealed he has dementia, but what exactly does this term mean? Cassidy, who is 66, told People Magazine on Monday (Feb. 20) that he has dem...
Blood Test Called Highly Effective in Detecting TB Risk in Children
-Voice of America - Tue Feb 21 19:10:56 EST 2017
A simple blood test is highly effective at identifying children infected with tuberculosis so they can be treated before it progresses to a life-threatening disease, according to r...
Elderly Man Missing From Brookline, Mass.
-NECN - Sun Feb 19 16:00:24 EST 2017
Police are searching for an elderly man missing from Brookline, Massachusetts. Romauldas Skvarcius left his home at 157 Grove Street in Brookline on Sunday around 1:00 p.m. He was ...
Houston Heart Ball hopes to end heart disease and strokes
-ABC-13 - Mon Feb 20 13:02:59 EST 2017
The "Secret Garden" Heart Ball was held Saturday evening at the Hilton Americas in downtown Houston. At the annual black-tie fundraising dinner, guests enjoyed an unforgettable eve...
After living under the explicit racism of Apartheid South Africa, “The Daily Show”‘s Trevor Noah believes that America shifted away from the overt racism of years past and tried to...
Heart disease linked to anxiety, negative feelings
-UPI - Tue Feb 21 13:07:11 EST 2017
TUESDAY, Feb. 21, 2017 -- People with mild heart disease are more likely to say they have poorer health, anxiety and a negative outlook than people in the general population, a new...
David Cassidy Has Dementia. Here’s What That Means
-The Huffington Post - Wed Feb 22 07:51:41 EST 2017
Vascular dementia. This is the second most common type of dementia, accounting for about 10 percent of cases, according to the Alzheimer’s Association. It is caused by damage to th...
La La Land. Carol. Manchester by the Sea. They're all critically acclaimed films. And they were all shamelessly released right before Oscar season. To be fair, so was "Oscar Bait,"...
Toddler behavioral symptoms may hint at celiac disease
-Fox News - Wed Feb 22 04:13:21 EST 2017
For small kids with a family history of celiac disease, anxiety, aggression, sleep problems and other behavioral issues might signal that it's time to test for celiac, researchers ...
Feb. 22 (UPI) -- Research shows postmenopausal women on estrogen therapy have improved oral health with less tooth and gum disease. Estrogen therapy is used to treat osteoporosis i...
A young girl’s life has been taken over by what has been dubbed ‘the cruellest disease known to man’ – Huntington’s Disease.  Woman turned away by doctors 14 times died from u...
Whooping cough cases keep climbing in Michigan
-Detroit Free Press - Mon Feb 20 07:01:43 EST 2017
Pertussis, or whooping cough, is on the rise in Michigan. The number of cases this year has surpassed 100  and continues to climb, according to preliminary data from the ...
Medical News Today: Preeclampsia raises risk of heart disease, heart failure
-Medical News Today - Wed Feb 22 07:23:07 EST 2017
Preeclampsia is a blood pressure disorder that can occur during pregnancy. A new study suggests mothers with preeclampsia may have an increased risk of developing heart disease lat...
Woman holds her broken heart after life-saving transplant
-Metro.co.uk - Sat Feb 18 22:27:55 EST 2017
A woman held her broken heart in her hands after it was removed in a life-saving transplant. Lisa Salberg, 48, was diagnosed with a dangerous form of heart disease at just 12 ...
David Cassidy Reveals He Is Suffering From Dementia
-UPROXX - Mon Feb 20 16:01:06 EST 2017
Former teen heartthrob and star of the 70’s hit sitcom The Partridge Family David Cassidy revealed that he is currently suffering from dementia, which runs in his family and affect...
TEL AVIV Israel's BrainStorm Cell Therapeutics is seeking early approval in Canada for its adult stem cell treatment for patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), a neuro-...
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