A-sticky-ball-stops-cancer
A "sticky ball" stops cancer
Scientist of Cornell Unversity found out how to prevent cancer from spreading all over the body. A tricky "sticky ball" is a nanoparticle, which remains in the blood cells, and manage to kill the wandering cells of tumor in the body....
Tags: nanoparticle, blood cell, cell, tumor, cancer...
January 9, 2014
Young-adults-who-had-shingles-are-easier-to-get-stroke
Young adults who had shingles are easier to get stroke
Those, who have ever had shingles in their lives, are 40% more often be the victims of stroke. But where is the link?...
Tags: stroke, shingles, adults, hepres...
January 3, 2014
Hepatitis-C-patients-are-not-properly-tested-in-the-US
Hepatitis C patients are not properly tested in the US
50% of hepatitis C patients in the US are not properly tested according to the health officials. Infected people often fall out of the follow-up phase and do not know if they need more treatment....
Tags: treatment, infection, hepatitis C...
December 27, 2013
Living-at-home-having-dementia
Living at home, having dementia
Dementia is going to cause a crisis according to the latest studies. The society should be prepared to this. However, living at home with dementia is not easy....
Tags: dementia, caregiving...
December 23, 2013
DNA-clamp-is-able-to-catch-cancer-before-illness-is-developed
DNA clamp is able to catch cancer before illness is developed
An international research project has found an ultimate cure for genetic diseases. DNA clamp can catch DNA mutations before they are developed....
Tags: DNA, DNA clapm, genetic disease...
December 22, 2013
HIV-infection-might-lead-to-structured-heart-disease-according-to-a-news-study
HIV infection might lead to structured heart disease according to a news study
Spanish researchers used cardiovascular scannings on HIV patients. The results are shocking. HIV might cause a heart disease according to the results....
Tags: heart disease, cardiovascular disease, researchg...
December 22, 2013
Calculate-the-risk-of-colorectal-cancer
Calculate the risk of colorectal cancer
Cleceland Clinic researchers find a calculator, which is able to predict the risk of getting colorectal cancer. The program adds factors, such as gender and family history too....
Tags: colorectal cancer, family factor, risk...
January 7, 2014
Low-thyroid-index-is-not-linked-to-dementia
Low thyroid index is not linked to dementia
According to the recent studies underactive thyroid is not linked to dementia. This means that thyroid gland disorder is not tied to the memory and thinking problems known as "mild cognitive impairment"....
Tags: dementia, thyroid, hormone, dementia...
January 2, 2014
People-suffering-from-Lupus-are-at-higher-risk-for-Pulmonary-hipertension
People suffering from Lupus are at higher risk for Pulmonary hipertension
Pulmonary hypertension is a symptom which lifts blood pressure in the arteries of the lung. Ths means that the hearth is not able to pump enough blood to the other parts of the body. ...
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December 26, 2013
Living-with-harlequin-syndrome
Living with harlequin syndrome
Harlequin syndrome is a rare disorder. The patients skin is so weak that it does not provide a border of protection. Thanks to the new techniques, more and more patients are able to live a full lifel...
Tags: health, syndrome, illness, diseases, harlequin syndrome, harlequin, skin condition, rare disease, rare illess, rare syndrome, hunter, girl, woman, young, tee......
December 23, 2013
Is-is-easier-to-survive-lung-cancer-today
Is is easier to survive lung cancer today?
Survival rate of lung cancer has improved since last year. The number of male patients is decreasing, but the number of sick women is growing....
Tags: lung cancer, statistics, survival rate...
December 22, 2013
What-is-common-between-stress-and-hunger
What is common between stress and hunger?
Scientists of MIT have found gherlin, a hormone, which is responsible for hunger. This can boost stress-researches as well. The discovery play a large role in curing Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome....
Tags: PTSS, gherlin, gene, hunger, hormone...
December 13, 2013
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