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Autism Linked to a Set of Brain Enzymes

A new study has investigated the possible relationship between a set of brain enzymes called topoisomerases and autism. According to researchers, it is possible that topoisomerases are the enzymes that activate the genes that are related to autism. Topoisomerases have been under study because of their ability to help tumor cells replicate rapidly. (Source:  http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/265416.php) […]

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Study Reveals Method to Minimize Tinnitus

Researchers from the Department of Otolaryngology at the Oregon Health & Science University in Portland suggest that the disruptive effects of Tinnitus may be minimized by understanding the condition. Patients may diminish the hissing, ringing, whistling, and other annoying sounds that can randomly be heard over silence. According to a study authorized by ENT specialists, […]

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Human to Human Noninvasive Brain Interface

Researchers from the University of Washington have created the world’s first human-to-human noninvasive brain interface. As they would describe it, the scientific experiment was both exciting and hauntingly eerie. Due to its mind control theme, observers wouldn’t disagree. Read more at http://www.washington.edu/news/2013/08/27/researcher-controls-colleagues-motions-in-1st-human-brain-to-brain-interface/ The Transfer Rajesh Rao sent a signal to Andrea Stocco, who was at […]

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Cerebrolysin Gives Hope to Dementia Patients

According to a systematic review featured in the Cochrane Library, cerebrolysin, a medication distributed by major pharmaceuticals worldwide for stroke and traumatic injuries, promises better days for vascular dementia patients. As the study suggests, there is a solution to problems with quick thinking, concentration, and communication. Find out more at http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/01/130131084614.htm What Is Cerebrolysin? Cerebrolysin […]

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New Imaging Medical Technology to Help Make Several Cancers Treatable

Sciencedaily.com featured a recent study made by University Hospitals Case Medical Center researchers, a research that will greatly help those who are suffering from different types of cancer. The research established the benefits of using the new imaging technology called PET/MRI on cancer cases.  (http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2013/08/130829105751.htm) The entire report will be made available to everyone in […]

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Blood Tests Used to Predict Suicide Risk

According to a study featured in the journal of Molecular Psychiatry, researchers from the Indiana University School of Medicine have discovered that the inclination toward the act of committing suicide may be genetic. This means that once the risk is detected in blood tests which can lead to the seeking of medical and psychiatric treatment, […]

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Significant IT Changes in Nursing Homes

Information Technology is taking over all spheres of our lives, and embracing it is the best solution for sure. There are a number of nursing homes that have been able to roll out some services which are highly appreciated by their users. According to the specialists, the baby boom population happens to be one of […]

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Combating rising challenges with innovative antibiotics

One of the major challenges that we face today in terms of dealing with some of the ailments and conditions is the resistance that these conditions have formed to the conventional medication that is available on the market. For this reason there has been a need to come up with a new generation of medication […]

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Student With Food Allergy Dies After Eating Cookie

This story is an incredibly sad situation. Food allergies can be a serious issue. It is important that everyone has a good understanding of their own medical issues and takes the steps necessary to protect themselves. Individuals with food allergies should consult with their physicians to obtain the medicine they need to treat an allergic […]

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Seven Steps to a Healthy Lifestyle

Falling in love with a healthy lifestyle is the only way to keep your heart beating. A new study on how to avoid heart disease and cancer has shown great promise for those who follow seven simple steps. The American Heart Association’s “Life’s Simple 7” has taken patients to a whole new level in reducing […]

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