Alzheimer's, Suicide Risks High Among Children and Youth Living in Polluted Cities
Living in polluted cities can increase the risk for Alzheimer's disease and suicide in children and young adults. Damaging effects are caused by tiny pollution particles that...
3 monthes ago - Medindia Health
This Couple Died By Assisted Suicide Together. Here's Their Story
On the last morning of their lives, Charlie and Francie Emerick held hands. The Portland, Ore., couple, married for 66 years and both terminally ill, died together in their bed...
4 monthes ago - Time
A Breathalyzer for Disease?
By Dr. Mercola Humans have been given five interesting “super powers” - hearing, sight, taste, touch and smell, without which life may arguably be less rich and perhaps even...
7 monthes ago - Mercola
Scientists to investigate potential role of airborne pollutants as triggers of Parkinson's disease
The Department of Defense has awarded a multi-institutional team of scientists a series of grants totaling $4.37 million to investigate the potential role of airborne...
8 monthes ago - News Medical
Chin Augmentation Surgery by Dr. Perkins
Chin augmentation surgery at Cosmetic Surgery Center can be a wonderful anti-aging solution. When the face ages, elasticity decreases and the soft tissue loses volume. For...
8 monthes ago - Dr. Terry J. Perkins
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...
10 monthes 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
10 monthes 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...
One year 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...
One year ago - Nutrition Facts
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Drug for Treating Parkinson's Symptoms May Treat Heart Failure: Clinical...
A drug ITI-214 that is now in clinical trials for treating symptoms of Parkinson's disease holds promise for treating heart failure. ITI-214 is is being tested in heart failure...
These 2 Hot Trainers Share a Beginner Dumbbell Workout Literally Anyone Can Do
Try this dumbbell workout I did with jtm fit 👊🏽💪🏽🔥 -RDL to forward lunge x 1 minute -rest 15 to 30 seconds -double curl to single press x 1 minute -rest 15 to 30 seconds -4 to...
Drug Under Clinical Trial to Treat Parkinson's Also Supports Heart Health in...
New drug in a clinical trial developed to treat Parkinson's disease symptoms also treat heart failure in animals, says researcher from Johns Hopkins Medicine.
A Typical Communication Pattern of People with Alzheimer's Disease
As people live longer, we're seeing an increase in how many deal with cognitive problems such as dementia. It can be an embarrassing problem, when your mind starts to fail you...
Aggressive Immune Cells Linked to Parkinson's Disease
Possible cause of Parkinson's disease in the patient's immune system is found by a team of researchers from the University of Erlangen-Nuremberg.
Menopause Quiz: Test Your Knowledge
From hot flashes and weight gain to vaginal dryness and hormones, how much do you know about the realities and misconceptions of menopause?
Massachusetts Senate OKs Bill To Help Those With Alzheimer's
The bill was approved unanimously by the Senate on Thursday. It now heads back to the House.
Ticks and Illness; Stool Tests and Mortality: It's PodMed Double T!
This week's topics include tick-borne illness, late life blood pressure and stroke, a simple ED intervention to reduce suicidality, and fecal occult blood and mortality.
Design of DREAM study raises questions
Welcome to anotheredition of CEDARS/ASPENS Debates. CEDARS/ASPENS is a joint society of cornea, cataract and refractive surgery specialists, here to discuss some of the latest...
Financial Abuse of Senior Citizens
Roughly 35 percent of the 25 million persons in the U.S. at age 71 or above have mild cognitive impairment or dementia, according to a Duke University study.