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FDA approves new drug to treat Parkinson's disease
-UPI - Wed Mar 22 08:07:19 EDT 2017
Using Xadago as an add-on treatment for Parkinson's disease patients taking levodopa, carbidopa or a combination of both helped to prevent "off" episodes. March 22 (UPI) -- The U.S...
Doctors may soon be able to confirm whether you will suffer from Alzheimer's at a later point in your life. Research suggests that scientists have finally found a method, which wou...
These Are the Most Prestigious Diseases
-NYMAG - Wed Mar 22 08:13:14 EDT 2017
This may sound like an obvious statement, but it’s an important one: Doctors aren’t computers. You can’t input a set of symptoms into a doctor and have him or her output a bulletpr...
Rare Discovery: A Value in the Biotech World
-The Wall Street Journal - Wed Mar 22 11:10:34 EDT 2017
Biotech and value investing don’t traditionally go together. Enanta Pharmaceuticals is an exception to that rule. Enanta is a development stage biotech focused on liver disease tre...
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Researchers have successfully used facial recognition technology to detect a rare genetic disease called DiGeorge syndrome in patients. This breakthrough could prove to be a new di...
Urinary biomarker may help track ALS progression
-UPI - Wed Mar 22 11:20:19 EDT 2017
March 22 (UPI) -- A new study has identified a urinary biomarker that may help track the progression of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS, and potentially help with evaluation ...
Over the past decade, white-nose syndrome, which is caused by the fungus Pseudogymnoascus destructans feeding on the soft tissue of hibernating bats, has ravaged bat populatio...
For the most part, Americans are living longer lives than they did decades ago — but one particular class, white middle-aged men and women with no high school degree, has not seen ...
Study finds exercise 2.5 hours a week slows Parkinson's
-UPI - Thu Mar 23 09:02:55 EDT 2017
March 23 (UPI) -- Researchers at Northwestern University have found that even small amounts of exercise can have an impact on the progression of Parkinson's disease. Parkinson's di...
Obesity in Youth Tied to Higher Odds for Liver Cancer in Men
-MedlinePlus - Wed Mar 22 08:13:16 EDT 2017
TUESDAY, March 21, 2017 (HealthDay News) -- Overweight and obese young men are at increased risk for serious liver disease or liver cancer later in life, and those with diabetes ha...
Bat-killing fungus found in Texas
-mySanAntonio.com - Thu Mar 23 17:27:30 EDT 2017
COLLEGE STATION, Texas (AP) — The fungus that causes white-nose syndrome, a deadly disease to hibernating bats, has been found for the first time in Texas. The fungus has been dete...
Bernie Kosar: ‘No disrespect’ with ALS remark about Dwight Clark
-Sporting News - Thu Mar 23 08:01:40 EDT 2017
March 23, 2017 10:17am EDT March 23, 2017 10:17am EDT American Football, News, English, NFL, San Francisco 49ers Clark, who announced Sunday he has Lou Gehrig’s disease, was with t...
New tool to treat rheumatoid arthritis discovered
-UPI - Thu Mar 23 06:02:02 EDT 2017
March 23 (UPI) -- A Swedish study suggests antibodies against the cartilage protein collagen II could aid in predicting prognosis and therapy choice for rheumatoid arthritis, or RA...
As Eric Goosby, the U.N. special envoy on tuberculosis, put it: “We are at a moment where a lot is converging around people’s understanding of the role TB plays, the tragedy o...
British scientists claim major advance in TB treatment
-BBC News - Thu Mar 23 23:11:33 EDT 2017
A team of British scientists have made a major breakthrough in the treatment and diagnosis of tuberculosis. Researchers in Birmingham and Oxford have been able to use genome sequen...
COSMOS Trial Seeks If Cocoa Is Good For Your Health
-University Herald - Fri Mar 24 23:07:34 EDT 2017
The good news for chocolate lovers is that eating at least 3.5 ounces of chocolates a day seems to indicate lower rates of heart disease than those who shun them. According to the ...
On Thursday, as Republicans scrambled to make last-minute changes to the American Health Care Act, Senator Pat Roberts of Kansas was asked by Talking Points Memo about the demand f...
Cattle and pork producers say US ill-prepared against foot-and-mouth disease
-mySanAntonio.com - Wed Mar 22 14:14:28 EDT 2017
Livestock producers are seeking $750 million to beef up the nation's vaccine bank for foot-and-mouth disease, saying an outbreak on U.S. soil would quickly reach epidemic proportio...
Kenya Releases Results of National TB Prevalence Survey
-Voice of America - Fri Mar 24 14:12:19 EDT 2017
NAIROBI —  Kenya on Friday recognized World Tuberculosis Day by releasing results of a TB study by the country's ministry of health — the first of its kind since Kenya's indep...
Alcohol, in moderation, has a reputation for being healthy for the heart. Drinking about a glass of wine for women per day, and two glasses for men, is linked to a lower risk of he...
I magine being given the keys to a complex, high-tech car and told to drive it across the country with minimal instruction and no manual. That’s what it can feel like to be told yo...
Exercising for at least 2.5 hours every week may help maintain physical health and quality of life for patients with Parkinson's disease, a new study suggests. From an analysis of ...
Medical Breakthrough: FDA Finally Approves Drugs For Parkinson's Disease
-University Herald - Wed Mar 22 11:06:45 EDT 2017
The American Food and Drug Administration (FDA) finally approved another drug for Parkinson's disease. However, the new medicine is only an additional treatment for patients who ar...
Study shows severe psoriasis mostly affects men
-UPI - Fri Mar 24 08:07:58 EDT 2017
March 24 (UPI) -- A team of researchers at Umea University in Sweden found men are affected by severe psoriasis disproportionately more than women. The study of 5,438 psoriasis pat...
March 24 (UPI) -- Researchers at McMaster University in Ontario, Canada, have found that survivors of childhood brain tumors have more body fat, leading to increased risk for heart...
British scientists in world-first TB breakthrough
-BBC News - Thu Mar 23 23:11:28 EDT 2017
British scientists have made a world-first breakthrough in the diagnosis of tuberculosis. Researchers in Oxford and Birmingham say they can isolate different strains of the disease...
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