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Doctor Discovers A Treatment For Sepsis; Vitamin C, Hydrocortisone And Thiamine Key Components?

By Carrie Winters - Mar 24, 2017 05:55 PM EDT

A critical doctor at the Eastern Virginia Medical School recently found a cure for sepsis. The treatment has been discovered by Dr. Paul Marik accidentally.

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Amazing MRI Scans Show Brains with Schizophrenia Trying To Self-Repair!

By Jenn Loro - May 31, 2016 09:03 AM EDT

A new international study brings hope to people suffering from schizophrenia- a mental illness characterized by delusions, chaotic thought patterns, and frequent hallucinations. Researchers reveal that the brains of schizophrenic patients show signs of self-repair based on MRI scans which could lead to possible treatments in the future.

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Michael Schumacher Health Status News and Rumors: F1 Driver Reacting To Treatment; Is There Hope For Him?

By Jenn Loro - May 31, 2016 08:58 AM EDT

Former Ferrari Chief Luca Di Montezemolo has recently spoken about Michael Shumacher’s latest health update saying that the F1 legend is reportedly ‘reacting’ to treatments. What this statement actually means remains a mystery following a media blackout on his condition as per family’s request.

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Alzheimer's Disease Build Up May Stem From Body's Immune Response To Infection

By R. Siva Kumar - May 28, 2016 09:36 AM EDT

A new study shows that building up of amyloid-beta, which is a vital protein in Alzheimer's disease, may be due to the body's immune response to infection.

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‘Sunscreen Gene' May Be the Key in Preventing and Treating Skin Cancer

By Jenn Loro - May 22, 2016 09:29 PM EDT

Scientists recently discovered what they call as ‘sunscreen gene’ with the ability to repair damages caused by UV rays- the primary cause of skin cancer. While the research requires further studies, the scientists hope that a drug could be someday be created to trigger the UV repair function of the so-called sunscreen genes based on their findings.

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HIV Patients Less Likely To Have Cancer Treatments, Study Says

By Jenn Loro - May 21, 2016 09:20 AM EDT

HIV patients diagnosed with various types of HIV-linked cancers are reportedly experiencing disparities in getting the healthcare treatment they need. Despite the medical advancement in anti-HIV medications, HIV-positive cancer patients remain largely cut-off from the medical healthcare system.

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Indian 72-year-old Gives Birth To First Child Through IVF

By R. Siva Kumar - May 14, 2016 09:17 AM EDT

In spite of ethical and health issues, Daljinder Kaur, 72, and Arman Singh, 79, got their first baby Wednesday after undergoing two years of IVF treatment.

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Hepatitis C Proclaimed As the Deadliest Disease in the US Today, Study Says

By Jenn Loro - May 09, 2016 12:08 PM EDT

Hepatitis C now takes the lead over all other infectious diseases combined in terms of deaths per year. Latest figures from public health authorities indicate that more than half of the afflicted are unaware of the infection and most who died from it were baby boomers.

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Famous Heart Drug Linked To Dementia Risk

By Jenn Loro - May 07, 2016 11:27 AM EDT

New study reveals that anti-coagulation drug warfarin is linked to heightened risks of dementia. The dilemma for doctors is that while the blood-thinning medication entails risks of developing amnesia, the drug remains one of the most effective life-saving treatment by reducing the dangers of blood clotting that increases the likelihood of stroke and other cardiovascular diseases.

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NBA Rumors: Stephen Curry Gets Himself a Platelet-Rich Plasma Treatment for Speedy Knee Injury Recovery

By Jenn Loro - May 07, 2016 09:21 AM EDT

Stephen Curry has just revealed this week that he received platelet-rich plasma therapy in his bid to speed up his recovery following mild MCL sprain during Golden State’s Game 4 with Houston during the first round of the playoffs. The treatment was used by other NBA players before notably Kobe Bryant as a cheaper and less invasive alternative to surgery.

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Frozen Foods Recalled Due To Listeria Scare

By Jenn Loro - May 06, 2016 09:58 AM EDT

Frozen food giant CRF is now pulling out 382 of its food items off the shelf after Listeria outbreak caused several people to be hospitalized. Initial reports reveal that most, if not all, of the affected foods are produced at the company’s Paco, Washington facility causing CRF to shut the plant down while investigations are being carried out.


Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy Brings Down Depression Relapse

By R. Siva Kumar - May 01, 2016 07:26 AM EDT

Those who suffer from depression can be treated with Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy.

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Ongoing Study Raises Hope in Treating Type 2 Diabetes

By Jenn Loro - Apr 27, 2016 11:19 AM EDT

An ongoing UK-based study offers a promising Type 2 diabetes treatment involving a strict diet regimen. Type diabetes is a chronic and often incurable diseases linked to obesity-related health conditions affecting around 400 million people worldwide.

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Is A Firstborn The Parents' Favourite Child?

By R. Siva Kumar - Apr 09, 2016 10:28 AM EDT

A UC Davis study explains that most firstborns feel that they are their parents' favourite.


Deaths tied to AIDS Increasing in Asian Youth Population, U.N. Says

By Cheri Cheng - Nov 30, 2015 05:07 PM EST

The Untied Nations is warning of a "hidden [AIDS] epidemic" in the Asia Pacific region.

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