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... psychological pain,” he told me. “I was really angry. I wanted to get healed and get back into the fight.” By 2007, Beltran was on several medications: Clonazepam and Buspirone for anxiety, Celebrex ...
... of Peru and the non-governmental organisation Partners in Health. She is recovering well, but due to the medication she often feels sick.  ...
... who is already dead. They do often administer medications to limit the muscle spasms that occur in these situations as reflexes. So even though the upper brain and the primitive brain is not functioning, ...
WEDNESDAY, March 14 (HealthDay News) -- Yet another orally taken medication shows some promise in preventing relapse and disability for people with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis, a new report ...
... "Any extra weight will just put additional strain on worn-out disks and joints," says Shellock. You may also require physical therapy, medications, and, in very rare cases, surgery to address problematic ...
... is not a reason not to take the drug, Cheung said. "You really need to pay attention to your bone health when you take this medication, especially for preventing breast cancer." However, for women who ...
... fall into that category. But she said even for those women, other risk factors have to be considered: smoking, slim build, prior broken bones and taking medication that has an eroding effect on bones. ...
... half), the proportion who get tested for osteoporosis still remains very low despite the big red flag. That means few of those women will take advantage of medications with good track records of preventing ...
... not be a candidate for kidney transplant "because of her mental delays." The doctor warned that the medications Amelia has to take after a transplant are very dangerous and could cause seizures and brain ...
Tony Cenicola/The New York TimesWhat’s the best treatment for neck pain? Seeing a chiropractor or engaging in light exercise relieves neck pain more effectively than relying on pain medication, new research ...
MONDAY, Jan. 2 (HealthDay News) -- Spinal manipulation and home exercise are more effective at relieving neck pain in the long term than medications, according to new research. People undergoing spinal ...
... suddenly lost her ability to speak. “It was as if my mouth was packed with marbles,” she said. “I kept trying to say, ‘I’m sorry,’ to the reporter, but nothing came out that made sense.” The medication ...
... the process: The medicinal approach. While the goal should always be to find the root cause of pain, medication can be used to provide short-term relief. Different drugs address various aspects of the ...
... Thomas R. Insel, M.D. "It also offers a way to screen more rapidly for medications that act on the disordered process." Prior to the current study, researchers knew that Timothy syndrome is caused by ...
... fear of side effects, while others take their medications erratically or stop taking them altogether without consulting their doctors. It is easy to understand the prevailing concern. People hear ...
... suppose there was only a one-in-1,000 chance that you’d get the disease to begin with: reducing your risk by 50 percent means that you’ll now have a one-in-2,000 chance of getting it. Most medications ...
... next new medication. If everybody actually understood how critical their participation might be in making a better future, probably we'd have many more people volunteering for trials," Thies says. An experimental ...
... next new medication. If everybody actually understood how critical their participation might be in making a better future, probably we'd have many more people volunteering for trials," Thies says. An experimental ...
... tissue to detect if a tumour is expanding. Results are then transmitted wirelessly to a patient's doctor - reducing the need for frequent hospital scans. Future designs will include a medication pump ...
... in prescription or over-the-counter medications can seek help from the same drug that erases crows' feet and forehead wrinkles. Last year, the FDA approved the use of Botox, delivered through a couple ...
... is difficult to treat. The primary treatment for Naegleria infection is amphotericin B, an antifungal medication injected into the veins and brain. But so far, only one person -- back in 1978 -- is known ...
... A new medication or combination of medications may suddenly make someone appear demented. Brain fog can occur after surgery and abate over time. Sleep problems are common in older people and can cause ...
... article. Asked if such women should receive bone-preserving medication, Dr. Ensrud said emphatically, “Yes!” One major study found that a vertebral fracture raises the risk of further vertebral ...