Imbalanced gut microbes found to precede Parkinson's Disease diagnosis. is the GUT changing neuromuscular control?
A recent study published in Movement Disorders revealed that changes in gut bacterial communities may serve as an early indicator of Parkinson's disease. It was previously...
28 days ago - Natural News - 2 articles
Why Your Nose May Be Key to Parkinson's Risk
Study suggests fading sense of smell often occurs years before symptom onset Related MedlinePlus Pages: Parkinson's Disease , Taste and Smell Disorders
1 month ago - MedlinePlus - 2 articles
Have you been blowing your NOSE wrong all this time?
A senior lecturer from The University of Queensland has said that you could be blowing your nose the wrong way. David King says that habits you have now could be causing some...
4 monthes ago - Daily Mail
Using a Smell Test to Diagnose Alzheimer's Disease
Alzheimer's disease pathology appears to start in the part of the brain that handles smell before subsequently spreading to additional brain regions and then, ultimately...
4 monthes ago - Nutrition Facts
Marvel Exec Faces Backlash For Saying Their Diverse Superheroes Don't Sell
As excited as we all have been to hear about Marvel Comics diversifying their superheroes over the years, have you actually gone out and obtained the comics featuring these...
6 monthes ago - MadameNoire
How to Use Glasses to Flatter Your Features
Rodale Inc. Change your appearance in one move You use your glasses to see-you got that much down. But from there, think of the wasted potential. Just like a good black suit...
7 monthes ago - Mens health - 2 articles
Study Confirms ‘Sniff Test' May Be Useful in Diagnosing Early Alzheimer's Disease
How important is the nose to the health of an older person? Many people have become use to the routine of various health screenings suggested by their doctors to provide...
8 monthes ago - Health Status
Yes, Face Yoga Exists-Here's How It Helps Fight Wrinkles
Don't tell your derm, but face yoga may be your secret wrinkle fighter. "Your face has muscles just like the rest of your body, so you need to work them to keep the skin from...
9 monthes ago - Health
£24 test can diagnose cancer and Parkinson's with 86% accuracy
The breath test, which costs as little as £24, was found to work as well as a dog's nose when tried on more than 1,400 patients in a study led by the Israel Institute of...
9 monthes ago - Daily Mail
10 Anti-Aging Procedures for a Younger You
Aging is a normal part of life, but sometimes the outer signs of aging can make you look older than you feel. If you have been considering how to make your appearance more...
10 monthes ago - Blackhawk Plastic Surgery
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One of Senior Care's Most Innovative New Trends: Continuing Care at Home
Innovative CCaH programs pave the way for a proactive approach to long-term care and cost management As the size of our retired population increases and the costs of health...
We're young and energetic, why think about retirement now?
Waiting can reduce your retirement choices Age sneaks up on all of us, along with big retirement choices that we might not feel prepared to make. Questions like “Should I move...
Finding Treatments to Help Patients With Alzheimer's Disease
Alzheimer's is the sixth leading cause of death in the US. Those with Alzheimer's live an average of eight years after the symptoms become noticeable to others.
A Cellular Insight into Alzheimer 132043; Disease
Rate of RNA decay could be a key to breakdown in communication between neurons in Alzheimer 132043; disease, says study.
Fighting Alzheimer's: Neurologists come up with a plan to reduce risk and...
Neurologists Dr. Dean Sherzai and Dr. Ayesha Sherzai spearhead the cutting-edge research into reducing and even reversing the symptoms of Alzheimer's disease in the prestigious...
Hormone Therapy Benefits Postmenopausal Women
Menopause is one of the most significant events in a woman's life and brings in a number of physiological changes that affect the life of a woman permanently.
Exercise does not prevent blocked arteries, study finds
A longitudinal study suggests that, contrary to expectations, spending more than 7.5 hours per week exercising does not protect against blocked arteries.
One step closer toward a treatment for Alzheimer's disease?
Scientists have characterized a new class of drugs as potential therapeutics for Alzheimer's disease and discovered a piece in the puzzle of how they would work.
VIDEO: CAPSULaser makes capsulotomy easy and reproducible
LISBON, Portugal - At the European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons meeting, Pavel Stodulka, MD, PhD, speaks about CAPSULaser, a new compact laser for capsulotomy...
URMC Appoints Veteran Finance Leader as New CFO
The University of Rochester Medical Center has named Adam P. Anolik its chief financial officer. Anolik, a finance leader at the medical center for nearly two decades, has been...