Researchers report new regenerative medicine approach for treating osteoarthritis of the knee
Researchers at Tokai University report in the journal npj Regenerative Medicine a regenerative medicine approach for treating osteoarthritis of the knee.
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ACL reconstruction may yield higher rate of ACL injuries in female soccer players
Results published in The American Journal of Sports Medicine showed a higher rate of new ACL injuries and other new knee injuries among female soccer players who underwent ACL...
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An Interesting Presentation of Lyme Pseudothrombophlebitis
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Study links older age, female gender as predictors of conversion to TKA after high tibial osteotomy
Among patients who underwent open-wedge high tibial osteotomy, there was a significant increase in the risk for early conversion to total knee arthroplasty for female patients...
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6 Moves, 3 Circuits: This 25-Minute No-Equipment Workout Will Leave You Crazy-Sore
Home workouts are where it's at these days, because if you can get just as good of a workout minus the gym commute, the waiting for the equipment, the hunt to find floor space...
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Factors Related to Self-rated Health in Older Adults: A Clinical Approach Using the International Classification of Functioning, Disability, and Health Model
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David S. Hungerford, MD, total joint surgeon and humanitarian, dies at 80 years old
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Emilia Clarke Opens Up About Experiencing 2 Brain Aneurysms in Her Twenties
Life on the set of Game of Thrones wasn't always easy for Emilia Clarke. In a recent essay for The New Yorker , the actress opened up about her experience treating two...
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Emilia Clarke Endured Two Life-Threatening Brain Aneurysms During ‘Game Of Thrones'
The actress shares how close she came to death - twice - when she was in the early days of filming her hit show In a new essay for The New Yorker , Emilia Clarke - best known...
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How pollution could be killing your SPERM: Breathing in tiny toxic particles...
Researchers at Sao Paulo University exposed groups of mice to pollution at varies ages before testing their sperm production in adulthood.
Gender-bending chemicals in DUST 'could be making children fat'
A study by Duke University of more than 190 dust samples from US homes revealed the grime can contain up to 70 chemicals that are known to cause fat cell development or...
Oxytocin Modulates Brain's Reward Responses to Food
Oxytocin modifies the pathways in the brain specifically during their responses to highly palatable, rewarding foods, as per new research.
New Guideline Recommends Simpler Medication Regimens, Looser Glycemic...
New guideline suggests that simplifying medication regimens and tailoring glycemic targets can improve the quality of life in older adults with diabetes.
Obesity Might Cause Early Puberty In Boys
A new study has shown that boys with obesity enter puberty at an earlier age than average.
Younger Women may Respond Poorly to Keto Diet: Study
Women on the ketogenic diet are less likely than males to encounter notable weight loss and are more likely to display impaired blood sugar control, finds a new study.
Patients Bear Higher Financial Burden for Growth Hormone Therapy Despite FDA...
Using insurance data, a new study reveals that the cost burden for growth hormone treatment has increased over time for patients and their families.
Chemicals in Household Dust May Up Obesity Risk
Endocrine-disrupting chemicals in household dust may promote fat cell development and put you at a higher risk of obesity, reveals a new study.
Hormone Released from Fat Tissue may Play a Role in Obesity-related Asthma
New research shows that a hormone released from fat tissue is critical in the development of obesity-related asthma and may be a target of future treatments for the disease.
Race, Ethnicity Influence Fracture Risk in People With Diabetes: Study
African Americans with diabetes may not require the additional screening or treatment for osteoporosis that Caucasians or Hispanics with diabetes may require.