Obesity is linked to an increased risk of fibromyalgia
By: Andrea Parker
Fibromyalgia has been a mysterious illness for quite some time. Years ago, many physicians even doubted that Fibromyalgia was "real." Now however, Fibromyalgia is accepted as a true, although perplexing illness. The cause and the cure are as yet unknown. However, recently a link...
By: Omar Salvador
The systemic mycoses are mainly fungus diseases that are often serious or even fatal. The organisms invade the lungs or subcutaneous tissues; they may then spread to other organs of the body, where they become established and produce disease. Many of these organisms are airborne...
The relationship between diabetes and aneurysms
By: Michael Smoker
One of the more serious complications that can arise from diabetes is an aneurysm, or bulge in a major blood vessel caused by weakening in the blood vessel wall. While most small aneurysms in non-diabetics resolve on their own, large aneurysms and aneurysms in certain...
By: John Louie Ramos
Rhinosinusitis better known as sinusitis is a common condition that is characterized by the inflammation of the paranasal sinuses, the air-filled spaces which facilitates breathing and similar functions of the nasal cavity. Rhinosinusitis is a common medical condition for people of all ages, accounting for...
Some of the newest breakthroughs for curing cancer
By: Laura Lamp King
More than 12,000 U.S. infants and children are diagnosed with some type of pediatric cancer every year.About 650 new cases of Neuroblastoma, the most common cancer in infancy, are diagnosed every year in the United States. Neuroblastoma is the most common non-brain...
How Hashimoto's thyroiditis differs from Grave's disease
By: Rachelle Bowman
Grave's Disease and Hashitmoto's Thyroiditis are both autoimmune diseases that affect the thyroid gland. These two dieases are often confused because they are quite similar. But while both are autoimmune diseases and both affect the thyroid, they actually cause opposite diseases. One causes hypothyroidism and...
Is there a risk of spreading cancer to organ transplant recipients?
By: Perry McCarney
Any person receiving organic tissue from an external source, whether another person or an animal, such as pancreatic tissue from a pig, risks rejection of the transplant and complications due to incompatibility. The cells of our bodies all have a large number of proteins in...
Breakthrough: Magnetic pulse therapy kills cancer
By: Terrence Aym
A major breakthrough has occurred in medical science's ongoing war against one of the greatest killers of all time: cancer.The landmark research presented at the British Thoracic Society (BTS), lights the pathway towards a revolutionary new method to defeat the insidious disease.Dr. Sam...
Discovered: Way to reverse multiple sclerosis damage
By: Terrence Aym
A team of brilliant scientists at the universities of Cambridge and Edinburgh have announced they've successfully identified a radical new treatment for reversing the damage inflicted upon people who suffer from multiple sclerosis (MS).MS is a dreaded neurological disease that afflicts millions."Nature Neuroscience"...
By: Omar Salvador
Our bones are held together at a joint by tough, fibrous bands of tissue called ligaments. Smooth cartilage, which provides a low-friction surface for movement, covers the ends of bones. A layer of tissue, called synovium, lines the joint space. It is this membrane that...

 

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