Receptor structure could be key to developing new osteoporosis drugs
Researchers at the University of Zurich have determined the three-dimensional structure of a receptor that controls the release of calcium from bones. The receptor is now one...
2 hours ago - News Medical - 2 articles
No Time for the Gym Today? Try This at Home
Regardless of your age or gender, strength training is an integral part of any well-rounded exercise program. Unfortunately, when designing an exercise plan, many ignore...
3 days ago - Mercola
Probiotics Increase Bone Density in Healthy Mice
Small-scale studies in patients with osteoporosis have reported positive results from dietary supplementation with probiotics.
5 days ago - Medindia Health
Probiotics can increase bone volume and could lead to new treatments for those with osteoporosis
A new study from Emory University School of Medicine, has found that a commonly-used probiotic can create a chain reaction that ends in the secretion of a protein critical for...
5 days ago - Daily Mail
Almonds vs. Rice vs. Potatoes for Osteoporosis
Currently, an estimated ten million Americans suffer from osteoporosis, causing more than a million fractures, including hundreds of thousands of hip fractures, a common reason...
11 days ago - Nutrition Facts
New Study: Smelling Lavender Really Can Relax You
Anxiety is a worldwide problem, and in the U.S. it affects almost one-fifth of the adult population. 1 Yet prescription treatments for anxiety are far from ideal and often...
11 days ago - Mercola
7 Herbal Alternatives to HRT
For many women, menopause can introduce new health challenges. In addition to the symptoms that perturb basic quality of life like hot flashes, headaches, night sweats, and...
12 days ago - Mark's Daily Apple - 3 articles
European Guidance for Management of Osteoporosis in Women Updated
An updated version of the European Guidance for the diagnosis and management of osteoporosis in post-menopausal women was published by reviewing the 2013 version, which helps...
15 days ago - Medindia Health
If autism is hereditary, then where are all the retirement homes full of autistic people?
Nursing homes and retirement “villages” in America are chock full of elderly folks who are victims of brittle bones, dementia, strokes, heart attacks, osteoporosis, and severe...
16 days ago - Natural News
Denosumab for Osteoporosis in Transfusion Dependent Thalassemia
Injections of denosumab could enhance the quality of life among patients suffering from osteoporosis caused by transfusion-dependent thalassemia.
16 days ago - Medindia Health
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Innovative Treatment for Protecting People With Peanut Allergy
A new treatment on protecting people having peanut allergy was found. Developing tolerance to peanuts over a period of time can help get rid of severity in symptoms upon...
Newly Identified Molecule Can Help Fight Muscular Paralysis
Newly identified molecule can halt the progress of a severe genetic disease that causes whole-body muscle paralysis.
New Blood Pressure Guideline Can Prevent 3 Million Cardiovascular Events...
New blood pressure guideline can prevent more than 3 million cardiovascular disease events over ten years, reveals a new study.
Sexual Preference Recognized as a Risk Factor in Opioid Misuse
Bisexual individuals and homosexual individuals like lesbians and gays are more bound to misuse opioids when compared to those who identify themselves as heterosexual.
Ultrasound of Shoulder Muscle Can Warn of Diabetes
Increased brightness of shoulder muscle on ultrasound imaging may be a warning sign of type 2 diabetes or prediabetes. However, early interventions can be initiated to avoid...
Convection Enhanced Delivery can Halt the Spread of Brain Cancer
The spread of glioblastoma, the deadliest form of brain cancer caused by the high pressure of circulating fluid in the brain, could be limited by convection-enhanced delivery
Resiliency of Women to Extreme Physical Activity
From the observation of women who underwent extreme physical training and completed transantartic expedition showed that women are no more susceptible to negative health...
Dual Acting Virus in Cancer Treatment
A new virus that uses protein to simultaneously kill carcinomas and cancer-protective cells was developed by cancer scientists. The virus's dual action will only infect cancer...
Being Bullied at Work May Affect Your Heart
Bullying and violence at the workplace raise the risk of heart diseases, finds a new study.
Noise Pollution in Hospitals Affecting Patients Ability to Rest, Heal and...
Noise pollution in hospitals is a rising issue as it is regularly exceeding international recommendations, according to a new study.