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Pilot clinical trial tests new treatment for type 1 diabetes

2 days ago   |   News Medical   |   2 articles

Type 1 diabetes is a chronic condition in which the body's own immune system attacks and destroys beta cells in the pancreas. Once the beta cells are destroyed, the pancreas...
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Breakthrough research develops novel vaccine poised to cure peanut allergies

2 days ago   |   News Medical

Peanut allergies could become a thing of the past as breakthrough research from the University of South Australia develops a radically novel vaccination that's poised to cure...
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FDA Launches Infectious Disease Crowdsourcing App for Clinicians

3 days ago   |   Medscape

The CURE ID app allows clinicians to share and discuss experiences with difficult-to-treat infectious diseases through a website, a smartphone, or other mobile device. FDA...
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NeutroCure project aims to cure inflammatory disease with neutrophils

3 days ago   |   News Medical

Curing disease with neutrophils; this is the goal of the NeutroCure project. How will that work? "Neutrophils have a yin yang character," explained Andrés Hidalgo, whose team...
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Scientists create artificial neurons that help cure chronic diseases

4 days ago   |   News Medical

Artificial brain cells could now be implanted in the brain to repair the damage caused by chronic diseases, such as Alzheimer's disease and other neurodegenerative conditions...
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Brachytherapy proves effective in treating skin cancer

4 days ago   |   ScienceDaily

The use of high-dose-rate brachytherapy to treat elderly patients with common skin cancers offers excellent cure rates and cosmetic outcomes, according to a new study.
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Town Holds Parade For 3-Year-Old Boy Told He Wouldn't Live Past Age 2

4 days ago   |   Scary Mommy

The Stineman family is raising funds for those affected by SMARD to receive life-saving treatment Three-year-old Nash Stineman has a rare condition called Spinal Muscular...
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Scientists develop artificial neurons on silicon chips

5 days ago   |   News Medical

Artificial neurons on silicon chips that behave just like the real thing have been invented by scientists - a first-of-its-kind achievement with enormous scope for medical...
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Natural relief from psoriasis, thanks to TCM

Natural relief from psoriasis, thanks to TCM

5 days ago   |   Natural News

Psoriasis is a common skin disease that affects more than 200 million people worldwide. Although it is non-contagious and has a tendency to come and go, psoriasis is chronic...
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Can these beauty products really cure your ills?

Can these beauty products really cure your ills?

6 days ago   |   Daily Mail

These are just some of a raft of new 'double-duty' beauty products that also treat health issues. But just how effective are they? CAROLINE JONES asked experts to assess a...
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Should You Exercise When You're Tired?

Should You Exercise When You're Tired?

You've had a hard day at work, and all you want to do is plop down in a chair and relax, but you have a date with a set of weights! It's your night to strength train or do a... Read more ...

Computer Betting Game Helps Predict Opioid Reuse

Computer Betting Game Helps Predict Opioid Reuse

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Eating blueberries reduces heart disease risk, study confirms

Long considered one of the best superfoods on the planet, blueberries have been found to have another ability up its antioxidant-rich sleeve: the ability to reduce the risk of... Read more ...

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Antibody Mosunetuzumab Shows Promising Results in Lymphoma Patients

In relapse/refractory non-Hodgkin lymphoma, the promise of an off-the-shelf immunotherapy was found to show promising results. Read more ...

No Radiation Needed for Many Aggressive Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma Patients: Study

No Radiation Needed for Many Aggressive Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma Patients: Study

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Fungal Meningitis: Current Treatment Fueling Drug Resistance

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Aviation Gin nailed this one, saving Peloton Girl from herself By now, you've likely heard the backlash Peloton has gotten over their holiday ad featuring a ridiculously fit... Read more ...

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Domestic Abuse Victims Twice at Risk of Long-term Illnesses

Domestic Abuse Victims Twice at Risk of Long-term Illnesses

Women survivors of domestic abuse are at double the risk of developing long-term illnesses that cause widespread bodily pain and extreme tiredness, a new study suggests. Read more ...

Homeless People More Likely to Experience Traumatic Brain Injury

Homeless People More Likely to Experience Traumatic Brain Injury

One in two people who are homeless may have faced a traumatic brain injury in their lifetime, reveals a new study. Read more ...