Epilepsy by Any Other Name Would Smell as Sweet
Shakespeare, in Romeo and Juliet , implies that what something is called does not detract from its fundamental meaning or worth: “A rose by any other name would smell as...
1 day ago - The Journal of Pediatrics
Who Should Avoid Coffee?
Do coffee drinkers live longer than non-coffee drinkers? Is it “wake up and smell the coffee” or don't wake up at all? I discuss these questions in my video , Coffee and...
3 days ago - Nutrition Facts
Previous Epilepsy Admission Linked to Schizophrenia
Compared with those admitted for other medical conditions, patients admitted for epilepsy show increases in subsequent schizophrenia readmissions, a new study...
6 days ago - Medscape
Dietary Supplement Curb Hyperexcitability in Seizures, Epilepsy
Inducing a biochemical alteration in brain proteins via dietary supplement glucosamine rapidly dampens the pathological hyperexcitability in the brain.
6 days ago - Medindia Health
A dietary supplement dampens the brain hyperexcitability seen in seizures or epilepsy
Researchers have found that inducing a biochemical alteration in brain proteins via the dietary supplement glucosamine was able to rapidly dampen that pathological...
8 days ago - ScienceDaily
Dietary supplement could be promising therapeutic target for seizure disorders
Seizure disorders - including epilepsy - are associated with pathological hyperexcitability in brain neurons. Unfortunately, there are limited available treatments that can...
9 days ago - News Medical
Bone Health and Endocrine Comorbidities in Pediatric Epilepsy
Antiseizure medications and dietary therapies have associated effects on the endocrine system. We provided an overview of the association between epilepsy treatment and bone...
9 days ago - Seminars in Pediatric Neurology
A Better Understanding of Brain Involvement in 22Q11.2 Deletion Syndrome
I read with interest the article by Mudigoudar et al. about the further characterization of epilepsy in 22q11.2 deletion syndrome , also known as DiGeorge syndrome or...
9 days ago - Pediatric Neurology
Epilepsy may be Caused by Lack of the Protein CLOCK
The lack of the protein "CLOCK" plays a role in several forms of epilepsy. Excessive excitation of specific brain cells may be due to a lack of CLOCK.
9 days ago - Medindia Health
Lack of CLOCK protein appears key in severe epilepsy forms
Some children with epilepsy lack a protein called CLOCK, which appears to disrupt the inhibition of excitatory neurons in the brain region where their seizures originate, a new...
10 days ago - ScienceDaily
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Cleveland lead poisoning 2 year progress report: Toxic Neglect
Two years after The Plain Dealer launched its lead poisoning investigation, Toxic Neglect, we check in to see where things stand in Cleveland.
Physiological Function of Key Cancer Gene may Help Cancer Therapy
New study sheds light into the role of the PTEN gene, which is the second most commonly mutated gene in human cancers.
Low Glucose Levels Found in Obese, Type 2 Diabetes Patients
It is important to control blood glucose levels, too high sugar levels for longer period of time increases the risk of developing diabetes complications.
Attorney: Westlake man charged with defrauding Cleveland Clinic will be cleared
An attorney for a former Cleveland Clinic spinoff company executive charged with defrauding the Clinic believes his client will be vindicated, and said that while the some of...
MAF Amplification to Validate If Zoledronic Acid Treatment is Beneficial
Study identifies the effect of MAF amplification on the outcome of treatment with adjuvant zoledronic in breast cancer patients.
Listeria test prompts FSIS recall of Fresh Foods chicken bowls
Fresh Foods Manufacturing Co. of Freedom, PA, is recalling 701 pounds of heat-treated, not fully cooked, not shelf stable chicken products that may be adulterated withListeria...
Tuna loins recalled in several states for risk of Salmonella
Relish Foods Inc. of Culver City, CA, is recalling frozen Newport brand tuna loins because a routine, random test by the Food and Drug Administration returned results for...
Even a Short Walk after a Meal Can Improve Your Metabolic Health
You work out regularly - strength training and aerobic exercise. Fantastic! That's more than most Americans do. Yet, we know that, based on research, structured exercise...
Whole Eggs vs. Egg Whites: Is One More Effective for Muscle Protein Synthesis?
They call it the incredible, edible egg for a reason. Eggs are one of the most nutrient-dense foods in existence. They're also a source of high-quality protein. In fact, egg...
4 Ways Eating Nuts Can Help Control Your Weight
We know that nuts are a nutrient-dense food but a calorie-dense one as well. It's easy to sit down with a jar of nuts and knock down 400 calories, especially if you don't...