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... for pain and other pills for depression. Yet the Army deployed him again, this time to Bagram Airfield in Afghanistan, where he coordinated with nongovernmental organizations to clear minefields. He saw ...
... of Peru and the non-governmental organisation Partners in Health. She is recovering well, but due to the medication she often feels sick.  ...
... in patients with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis," the European researchers, led by Dr. Giancarlo Comi of the Institute of Experimental Neurology in Milan, wrote. The study, which was funded ...
...  Andrei Ninu of Otto Bock shows the BBC's Neil Bowdler the firm's experimental prosthetic hands Otto Bock are working on simpler devices whereby electronic sensors on a prosthetic detect information ...
... to counter inflammation throughout the body, and may reduce the effects of diseases like lupus and rheumatoid arthritis. And by relieving physical and mental stress, which can erode the tips of DNA, which ...
...  disease. Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis monitored the sleep patterns of 100 mentally healthy people... TUESDAY, Feb. 14 (HealthDay News) -- Poor-quality sleep may ...
LOS ANGELES – Two legally blind women appeared to gain some vision after receiving an experimental treatment using embryonic stem cells, scientists reported Monday. While embryonic stem cells were first ...
J. Levine, Texas A&M UniversityNew research to help injured dogs walk again could lead to treatments for human spinal cord injuries. An experimental drug being tested on dachshunds and other dogs ...
Hospital denies child kidney transplant STORY HIGHLIGHTSNew Jersey mom wrote that a doctor rejected transplant based on "mental delays"The hospital has faced much criticism from social mediaTopic ...
... to spinal cord injuries, treatments that are backed by little or no scientific evidence and which are considered at best experimental. Some of these involve large general hospitals where patients pay ...
... cord). Although the cause of MS is not yet conclusively known, both genetic and environmental factors and their interactions are known to be important. Oxford University researchers, along with Canadian ...
... how researchers view the developmental process,” said Dr. James Coulombe of the Developmental Biology, Genetics and Teratology Branch of the NIH’s Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health ...
... views of both anatomy and brain activity by agitating the body's hydrogen atoms using magnetic fields. Result: a sudden wealth of clues about everything from the mechanisms behind mental illnesses to what ...
... a National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) grantee who led the study. His work was partially funded by a NIH Director’s Pioneer Award. Dolmetsch, and colleagues, report on their findings Nov. 27, 2011 ...
... ciguatoxins at levels exceeding FDA guidance, according to Karas. William Coles, chief of environmental education with the U.S. Virgin Islands Division of Fish and Wildlife, said the U.S. territory's fishermen ...
... rates of cerebral palsy and other neurodevelopmental disabilities are on the rise," says David Rowitch, chief of neonatology at the University of California, San Francisco. The most common cause of brain ...
... said the authors. "If you attack the fundamental aging process, can you attack age-related illnesses as a whole?" Kirkland wondered. "Can you delay cancer, dementias, atherosclerosis, diabetes, obesity ...
... point, there were environmental samples of anthrax taken from one of the crime scenes, and the prosecutor declined to sequence them. And, you know, they said, well, it was resources. It was time. But ...
... Treatment Centers of America in Philadelphia. Many patients also feel that some of these movies fail to show the daily physical and mental effects of cancer. Seth Rogen and Will Reiser on '50/50' Seth ...
... grinding the knee had undergone. Injury patterns have changed, he continues, because childhood sports have changed. “There’s a developmental soccer team here” in Philadelphia, he says, “for U-6 players,” ...
... and that's not even a strong enough word," del Valle says. Isaac immediately joined a clinical trial with an experimental chemotherapy drug, and the search for a bone marrow donor began in earnest. They ...
... and that's not even a strong enough word," del Valle says. Isaac immediately joined a clinical trial with an experimental chemotherapy drug, and the search for a bone marrow donor began in earnest. They ...
... at age 3 years," said the study's lead author Christine Roth, a Ph.D. student in the division of mental health at the Norwegian Institute of Public Health in Oslo. Results of the study are published ...
... his spare time. Then one summer evening he swerved to miss a deer. His bike struck a guardrail. His neck snapped. His determination didn't. Paralyzed below the shoulders, he's tried other experimental ...
... close to recorded activity, the electrical signals produced by 1,000 neurons. We expect that between 1,000 and 10,000 neurons will allow us to start controlling fundamental movements of this exoskeleton. ...
... The ME Association's Dr Charles Shepherd said: "We consistently find pacing is the most effective. I'm not convinced graded exercise therapy is the answer to this disease, it is something more fundamental ...
... seeking experimental treatments in an unregulated environment. Having had three surgeries for a neck injury already, Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning reportedly took a private jet to Europe ...
... seeking experimental treatments in an unregulated environment. Having had three surgeries for a neck injury already, Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning reportedly took a private jet to Europe ...
... Alzheimer's and dementia. One problem is that some people want to join a trial only if they know for certain they will be trying an experimental drug. But scientifically valid medical studies are "double-blind," ...
... Alzheimer's and dementia. One problem is that some people want to join a trial only if they know for certain they will be trying an experimental drug. But scientifically valid medical studies are "double-blind," ...
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