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Halt seizures in Epilepsy by Surgeries

In a major breakthough in the history of epilepsy, a team of doctors led by John Duncan who is practicing in National Hospital for Neurosurgery at University College London revealed that surgeries can completely stop seizures at least for 10 years. This is perhaps the first ever study conducted in the world on post-surgery epilepsy Read more

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Personality Disorders – Tendency to Depression and Risk of Schizophrenia

is the enduring pattern of our thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Each of us displays our unique personality fingerprint in the special way we think, love, feel, make decisions, and take action. The extraordinary range of human personality is what lends special color to our lives and is the stuff of tragedy, comedy, and melodrama. Gaining Read more

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Reduce Swelling in Asthma with Herbal Medicine Treatment

Researchers have found that a conventional Korean drug which has long been used for the cure of allergic diseases in Asia can decrease swelling in allergen-induced asthma. Also, the Researchers from Boston University School of Medicine (BUSM), who used So-Cheong-Ryong-Tang (SCRT), found that it alleviates asthma-like pulmonary inflammation via suppression of specific chemokines or proteins. Read more

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Symptoms , Lab Test and Cure for Liver Disease

Liver problems can vary from moderate liver congestion to a severe liver disease. Depending on the problem, many people are ignorant they have a liver problem and may only have fuzzy symptoms. One of the most general symptoms is chronic tiredness. These people generally feel sluggish and slow during the day, especially in the dawn. Read more

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Now Human Cloning is used to make Embryonic Stem Cells

US scientists for the first time have used a cloning technique to get tailor-made embryonic stem cells to grow in unfertilized human egg cells. It is indeed a landmark finding and a potential new flashpoint for opponents of stem cell research. Researchers from the New York Stem Cell Foundation Laboratory and Columbia University Medical Centre Read more

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Exercise May Help Teens to Quit Smoking

In one of the most encouraging findings in the recent times, it was observed that if the teenagers are encouraged to exercise, then they would be able to quit smoking. This has twin benefits to the parents – first, they would be able to permanently quit smoking, and secondly, they would also be physically active. Read more

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Outbreak of Polio in China: WHO

In what can be a shock to travellers and the Chinese fellow citizens, WHO announced China as polio hit nation. The isolation of a wild type polio virus of type 1 has been has been successfully done by the Chinese health ministry from nine children who are aged between 4 months and 2 years . Read more

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Autophagy Can help to Unblock Cholesterol Blocked Arteries

Autophagy, which is an ancient cellular pathway, clears the dysfunctional molecules which accumulate in the cells. Autophagy is also known as self-digestion. This ancient cellular pathway also does the work of mobilizing and exporting cholesterol.        University of Ottawa Heart Institute (UOHI) in Canada conducted a research and found that this can be used to Read more

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Pregnancy and Labor Support Doula

The word ‘doula’ comes from the Greek, meaning ‘carer or female servant’. Their role is not to provide clinical care, such as monitoring your progress or delivering the baby, but to offer emotional and practical support, to act as your advocate and to be a source of communication between you and the professional maternity team. Read more

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Psychotic Symptoms Due To a Medical Condition

Any medical condition that directly or indirectly impairs brain functioning can loosen our fragile grasp on reality. Neurological diseases like stroke, brain tumor, epilepsy, and head trauma cause psychotic symptoms through their direct damaging effect on the brain. Many other medical illnesses exert a system-wide effect on the body, which then has a negative secondary Read more