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So Many Stars Stepped Out for Rock4EB's Annual Benefit
-Just Jared - Sun Jan 15 10:46:46 EST 2017
So many celebrity guests were in attendance to support the 2017 Rock4EB! event hosted by Alex and Ani to benefit rare disease (EB) on Saturday (January 14) at a private residence i...
Some diseases make headlines, pull at our heart strings, and inspire high-visibility fundraising events. Others, like kidney disease, wreak havoc more quietly. Chronic kidney disea...
Why Is Lyme Disease More Prevalent In Northern United States?
-Tech Times - Sun Jan 15 07:04:45 EST 2017
Lyme disease is the most commonly reported vector-borne disease in the United States. It is passed on when a tick bites an animal infected with Borrelia burgdorferi and subsequentl...
FRESNO, Calif. (AP) — Health officials say a resident of a Fresno County nursing home has been diagnosed with Legionnaires' disease. The Fresno Bee reports (http://bit.ly/2jT6EdJ )...
In 2007 I was a kidney transplant recipient. At the time of my diagnosis with polycystic kidney disease, I knew nothing of the congenital disease nor how far back it went in my fam...
University Researchers Discover Link Between A Concussion and Alzheimer’s
-University Herald - Sat Jan 14 07:06:56 EST 2017
Findings from a new study by Boston University researchers suggest that the link between concussions and Alzheimer's disease is more than what was previously thought. Researchers f...
Let it Grow: New year is a good time to cut back, in more ways than one
-Post Bulletin - Sat Jan 14 07:13:21 EST 2017
Sanitation and eradicative pruning are pruning practices that remove diseased or insect infested material from plants. These are important practices to manage many pest problems in...
A young model is hoping to raise awareness after her life was turned upside down by Crohn’s disease –  a lifelong condition and form of inflammatory bowel disease that has put...
NCAA honors Frates for Ice Bucket Challenge
-ESPN USA - Mon Jan 16 13:06:56 EST 2017
BEVERLY, Mass. -- The Massachusetts man who inspired the Ice Bucket Challenge -- which raised millions of dollars nationwide for ALS research -- has been honored by the NCAA. A gro...
Medical News Today: Early-Onset Alzheimer's: Symptoms, Diagnosis, and Treatment
-Medical News Today - Sun Jan 15 07:08:55 EST 2017
Dementia is a general term used to describe symptoms of memory loss, personality changes, and intellectual impairments that are large enough to affect a person's daily life. Alzhei...
A physical therapist who read about the health benefits of music decided to incorporate it into a session with one of her patients who has Parkinson’s disease, and posted the remar...
Medical News Today: Can Biotin Help Treat Multiple Sclerosis?
-Medical News Today - Sat Jan 14 01:09:21 EST 2017
Multiple sclerosis is an autoimmune disease in which the immune system affects the central nervous system, including the brain and the spinal cord. The cause is unknown, but it may...
Why the 'gluten-free movement' is less of a fad than we thought
-Chicago Tribune - Sun Jan 15 01:36:11 EST 2017
Amy Neiwirth is a Columbus-based artist who makes tiny clay models of popular foods: pizzas, cakes, waffles, even retro TV dinners. But Neiwirth, 35, doesn't eat any of those foods...
For older adults, a lack of exercise may put their risk of developing dementia on par with that of adults who are genetically predisposed to the disease. This is the conclusion of ...
Natives fled the disease-cursed city in the 16th century and it was reclaimed by the jungle. It was named for rumors that a giant monkey statue was buried in its ruins. For years, ...
Before being diagnosed, the person visited Akron Children's Hospital neonatal intensive care unit at Summa Akron City Hospital in mid-November through mid-December, according to th...
Kansas making new guidelines for handling wildlife pets
-Townhall.com - Sat Jan 14 04:01:55 EST 2017
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas is working on new guidelines for how to handle situations where a wild animal is being kept as a pet after game wardens were criticized for shooting a fa...
A Troy Mummy Helps Scientists Identify Secret Disease
-Wall Street Hedge - Fri Jan 13 22:39:43 EST 2017
The site that reveals the legendary city of Troy still manages to hold many valuable discoveries for the entire world. Recently, the location became a point of interest for a team ...
Brad Pitt is following suit with Kim Kardashian and returning to his normal life again in the middle of his divorce from Angelina Jolie.  Brad resurfaced Saturday at the 4th a...
Trump's comments about Atlanta's fifth district, describing it as "crime infested" and the area being in "horrible shape," are false. As the New York Times points out, Lewis’s dist...
zMusic industry mogul Shanti Das and the American Heart Association are teaming up to bring awareness to heart disease and stroke, the social determinants of he...
Your Smartwatch Can Tell When You’re About To Fall Sick
-Ubergizmo - Mon Jan 16 01:06:16 EST 2017
Smartwatches are great for tracking your fitness, like your heart rate, how many steps you’ve walked, the number of calories you’ve burnt, distance you’ve run, and so on. However i...
Toddler with rare disease inspires dad during marathon
-Fox News - Mon Jan 16 04:51:28 EST 2017
A 3-year-old North Dakota boy is just one of 40 children worldwide with a rare, muscle-wasting disease, but it didn’t stop him from participating in a half marathon with his dad. L...
How to treat an opioid epidemic
-Fox News - Mon Jan 16 07:11:28 EST 2017
The grim faces of the nation’s opioid epidemic—an overdosing parent slumped in the front seat of a car, mouth agape, with a neglected child in the rear seat—have become too fa...
Harvard Medical School Study Shows Amygdala's Role In Stress And Heart Attacks
-University Herald - Sat Jan 14 04:06:40 EST 2017
A study led by Dr. Ahmed Tawakol, of Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School, showed how the amygdala plays a role in the link between stress and heart attacks. I...
Is It Diabetes? 5 Diseases That Present the Same Symptoms
-The Cheat Sheet - Sun Jan 15 13:13:20 EST 2017
Since diabetes is one of the leading causes death in the United States, it’s important to recognize the symptoms as early as possible. Some common ones include thirst and hung...
Picture this: A new imaging technology might better detect disease
-Digital Trends - Sun Jan 15 07:11:13 EST 2017
Forget about a thousand words — in the future, pictures might just save your life. A new imaging technique shows promise at better identifying the telltale signs of disease, accord...
How brain cells can predict your age
-Fox News - Mon Jan 16 04:11:25 EST 2017
As we get older, our brain cells show changes, and now a new study finds that certain changes happen so reliably that by themselves they can reveal a person's age. In the study, re...
MONDAY, Jan. 16, 2017 -- A type of potentially deadly drug-resistant bacteria is more widespread in U.S. hospitals than previously thought and needs to be more closely monitored, a...
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