Head injuries may lead to early Alzheimer's
Amid rising worries that sports-related head injuries may damage health long-term, a new study suggests that they may be tied to the onset of dementia.
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Stranger Things Star Loses Bet, Poses In Hilarious Senior Pics With Fan
For the best senior photos in the yearbook, you just need David Harbour and a trombone When it comes to senior pictures, there's not a ton of variability. Sure, there are...
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Australian Open 2018: Injuries to ageing men's stars 'a normal thing', says Roger Federer
Nick Kyrgios says the tennis season is too long, while Andy Murray has called for a study into why senior stars are suddenly breaking down as four of the sport's Big Five race...
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How One Family Tackled The 'Team Sport' Of Tough Prostate Cancer Choices
Cancer experts say the rise of "active surveillance" for some tumors is a major step forward, but one family's reaction is a reminder that for many, cancer is still the bogeyman.
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‘I thought I was going to die': Police officer so savagely bashed he's had to retire
The beating left Lake Illawarra senior constable Daniel Poole dazed, shocked and sporting multiple facial fractures.
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19th EFORT Annual Congress in Barcelona: Primary shoulder osteoarthritis through the eyes of experts
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Attention to pain management critical for cataract surgery
It is important for all surgeons, including ophthalmic surgeons, to minimize the intraoperative and postoperative pain associated with the procedures they perform. Having...
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Physical activity and exercise for erectile dysfunction: Systematic review and meta-analysis
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4 Workouts That Might Be Destroying Your Knees
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Performing high-level sport is strongly associated with urinary incontinence in elite athletes: A comparative study of 372 elite female athletes and 372 controls
British Journal of Sports Medicine
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Can One Single Blow on the Head Increase Risk of Parkinson's Disease?
A study highlighting the importance of concussion prevention found even a mild concussion, or mild traumatic brain injury, may have a 56 percent increased risk of developing...
A single concussion increases Parkinson's risk by more than 50%, study warns
The study of Army veterans shows that people who diagnosed with a mild concussion, or mild traumatic brain injury, have a 56 percent increased risk of developing the illness.
Skin implant creates an artificial 'mole' if people are at a high risk of...
Researchers from ETH Zurich in Basel created an implant that is triggered by high calcium to produce melanin, the pigment which causes a skin tan, moles and freckles. Calcium...
How Glucose Monitors Affect Healthcare Spending
Continuous glucose monitors offer benefits to type 1 diabetes patients, such as measuring glucose in real time, but can be costly. However, a new study , published April 12...
'Healthy' toddler, 3, is battling a devastating condition similar to ALZHEIMER'S
Single mother Elaine Fisher, 38, of Dudley, West Midlands, has been left 'mourning' following the heartbreaking diagnosis of her daughter, Holly, with Niemann-Pick Type C.
"Beet" it! A compound found in this superfood may help slow Alzheimer's
You can now add one more benefit to eating beets - that is, slowing down the progress of Alzheimer's disease. According to a study, the extracts of beets contain a compound...
Early Warning Signs of Parkinson's Disease
Parkinson's disease is a tricky disease, in that the first symptoms don't even develop until 80% of the damage that causes the disease has already occurred. As a result...
ZEISS Cataract & Refractive Clinical Cases
ZEISS Cataract & Refractive Clinical Cases As a world innovation leader in optics and one of the most respected brands in medical technology ZEISS shares on a regular basis...
ReSTOR 2.5 combined with ReSTOR 3.0 reduces glare and halos, need for...
John A. Hovanesian WASHINGTON - Patients who underwent cataract surgery and received a ReSTOR 2.5 D multifocal IOL in their dominant eye and a ReSTOR 3.0 D IOL in the fellow...
VIDEO: Compounding critical to patient care in ophthalmology
WASHINGTON ― At the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery meeting here, Bret L. Fisher, MD, discusses the importance of compounding pharmacies in offering...