Guest Commentary: STAMPEDE trial provides exciting results, questions in prostate cancer treatment
In this guest commentary, Terence Friedlander, MD, discusses the benefits associated with the addition of abiraterone acetate to standard treatment in patients with high-risk...
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Cataract surgery technique addresses challenges of Stevens-Johnson syndrome
A modified surgical technique has been developed to treat cataract patients with Stevens-Johnson syndrome, a disease characterized by blistering of the skin and mucous...
9 days ago - Healio
Queensland Racing bureaucrat facing fraud charges
Former senior Queensland racing bureaucrat Bill Shuck has briefly faced court over allegations he was involved in the fraudulent awarding of contracts.
15 days ago - Sydney Morning Herald
Maybe they dont even know that i exist: challenges faced by family members and friends of patients with advanced kidney disease
Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology
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Drug importation: Shortsighted and ineffective
Based on a partnership with Urology Times, articles from the A merican Association of Clinical Urologists provide updates on legislative processes and issues affecting...
16 days ago - Modern Medicine
'Making the Best of It': Families Face the Heavy Burden of Alzheimer's
Title: 'Making the Best of It': Families Face the Heavy Burden of Alzheimer's Category: Health News Created: 6/1/2017 12:00:00 AM Last Editorial Review: 6/2/2017 12:00:00 AM
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LIFE Shared This Remarkable Parkinson's Disease Story in 1959. A Lot Has Changed Since Then
The great LIFE photographer Margaret Bourke-White was in Tokyo in 1952 when she first discovered that, in the middle of a physically demanding photojournalistic career, the...
20 days ago - Time
Congress defies Trump on NIH budget cuts
Bob GattyThe fiscal 2017 appropriations wrap-up package approved by Congress in early May included a $2 billion increase for the National Institutes of Health, despite a Trump...
21 days ago - Modern Medicine
Inventor of 'smart' stick for Parkinson's face deportation
Neha Chaudhry, 24, who landed an investment worth £100,000 and planned to bring her award-winning stick to the NHS, may be forced to return to Pakistan within a fortnight.
30 days ago - Daily Mail
Yet another anti-wrinkle cream faces lawsuit
It seems to be almost cyclical - every few months, a brand new, game-changing anti-wrinkle cream is introduced to the market, only to face lawsuits due to suggestions that the...
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Parkinson's Disease: Autoimmunity Could Play Key Role in Neuronal Damage
Abnormal alpha synuclein accumulation in dopamine neurons induces the T-cells to attack and destroy these neurons, thereby contributing to Parkinson's disease.
6 Things Doctors Wish You Knew About Senior Health
Doctors are your ally when it comes to your health care. You see them at least once a year for a physical, so make sure you get the most out of your visit. Here are 6 things...
An Expert Breaks Down Hormonal Imbalance And What You Can Do About It
I never realized how much of an impact hormonal imbalance can have on everyday women who are dealing with menopause, pregnancy, menstrual cycles or just taking medication until...
Can a Plant Extract Used in African Traditional Medicine Treat Alzheimer's?
Medicinal plants possess polyphenols and flavonoids and exhibit cellular antioxidant activities capable of protecting the brain cells from Alzheimer's disease.
The New Ken Is A Hipster, Complete With A Man Bun
The new Ken comes complete with a man bun. As the world of Barbie expands to includes all types of folks, it was only a matter of time before we received the ultimate toy...
Breathing nanoparticles from combustion engines causes Alzheimer's disease...
The precise mechanisms of Alzheimer's disease continue to baffle scientists, but a plethora of recent studies have been shedding some light on this mysterious ailment that...
Guest Room Styling Ideas To Make Visitors Feel Welcome
Whether you're living in a house or a senior living community , you want your guests to feel welcome and relaxed. They may not expect a five-star hotel experience, but the...
Proton pump inhibitors do not increase risk for dementia or Alzheimer's disease
Proton pump inhibitors are medications used to treat digestive problems such as ulcers and reflux disease by reducing the body's production of the acid that helps us digest food.
Cholera linked to drinking iced tea in Vietnam
The chances of infection from cholera were heightened for the people of Ben Tre, Vietnam, when they drank iced tea, according to a study published in PLoS Neglected Tropical...
Don't Get Burned: Not All Sunscreens are Equal
Consumer reports find one-third of tested sunscreens delivered less than half of labeled SPF protection.