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Alzheimer’s disease

High LDL Cholesterol Levels Leads To Early Onset Alzheimer’s Disease

Atlanta Veterans Affairs Medical Center and Emory University researches have found, a link between high LDL cholesterol levels and early-onset  for Alzheimer’s disease. The results could help doctors to understand how the disease develops, and what the are possible causes, including genetic variation. According to Dr. Thomas Wingo, lead author of the study, the results…

Metastatic Hormone

Metastatic Hormone Sensitive Prostate Cancer, First Line Therapy

Enzalutamide, an oral androgen receptor inhibitor, can improve outcomes for men with metastatic hormone-sensitive prostate cancer (mHSPC), according to a large study present by Christopher Sweeney, MBBS of Dana-Farber Cancer Institute’s Lank Center for Genitourinary Oncology; so during the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) Annual Meeting. Interim analysis of the ANZUP-led international randomize; so…

Bladder cancer

Bladder Cancer Is Life Threatening Condition Of Patients

Bladder cancer is a painful and sometimes life-threatening condition; so that patients can find difficult to talk about, with many becoming home bound as they cope with debilitating side effects such as incontinence. Bladder cancer mainly starts between the ages of 50 and 80 years old, affecting men at a ratio of 3:1; also is…

E-cigarette users want to quit smoking

E-Cigarette: Most Of The Users Want To Quit

Most people who smoke e-cigarettes want to quit and many have tried to reduce their use, according to Rutgers researchers. The study, published in the journal Nicotine & Tobacco Research, is the first to examine e-cigarette users’ past attempts and current intentions to quit e-cigarettes in a representative sample of adult e-cigarette users in the United…

Clinical Scores In The Remdesivir Treated Animals

Clinical Scores In The Remdesivir Treated Animals

Nipah virus causes severe and often fatal respiratory and neurological disease in humans;Nipah virus was isolated from a throat swab collected; from a patient with Nipah virus disease in Bangladesh . Researchers from CDC and NIH’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID); collaborated on the concept for the animals study; NIAID and Remdesivir…

Use Of Dengvaxia In A Mass Immunisation Programme

Use Of Dengvaxia In A Mass Immunisation Programme

Dengue fever is a mosquito-borne tropical disease causing by the dengue virus. It is the world’s most common mosquito-borne virus and infects an estimated 390 million people in more than 120 countries;each year killing more than 25,000 of them; per the immunisation programme World Health Organization. The research study conducting in Philippine were the major…

impaired vision 

 Impaired vision Linked With Anxiety, Depression

The researches find that the Older adults with impaired vision are more likely to have symptoms of anxiety and depression; and older adults with symptoms of anxiety or depression are more likely to develop vision impairment; Because according to findings from the U.S. National Health and Aging Trends Study. Therefore “Older adults are at a high risk for vision problems compare…

More Exercise

More Exercise Efficiently Helps Teens Sleep Longer

More exercise than normal or being more sedentary than usual for one day may be enough to affect sleep later that night, according to a new study led by Penn State. In a one-week micro-longitudinal study, the researchers found that when teenagers got more physical activity than they usually did, they got to sleep earlier, slept longer and slept…

Transfusion medicine

Inflammation to Better Understand Dangerous Blood Clots

The Researches find that the Inflammation in  cardiovascular diagnosis, but doctors are still often stumped to explain why 40% of patients experience unprovoke venous thromboembolism (VTE). And after a patient has dealt with these dangerous blood clots once;  Because a second and subsequent events become much more likely. Clot risk in patients New research from a team of…

Mental Health

GPs Report Large Numbers Of Patients Suffering Mental Health Issues

In some surgeries, GPs estimate that up to half of their patients are seeking help for mental health issues cause; or exacerbate by poverty, according to a new study. However doctors and families have said changes to welfare policy and recent cuts in public spending are contributing to emotional distress; research into the lives of…

Plaque Deposits and brain aging

Plaque Deposits Increase Brain Aging, Money Management Falters

Plaque Deposits; Aging adults often show signs of slowing when it comes to managing their finances; such as calculating their change when paying cash or balancing an account ledger. These changes happen even in adults who are cognitively healthy. But trouble managing money can also be a harbinger of dementia and; according to new Duke…

Anesthesiology

Opioid Lawsuits Push American Pain Society

The American Pain Society (APS) may soon be out of business if its membership approves a resolution to file for bankruptcy. The APS asked its membership to vote on a recommendation from its board of directors that it cease operations. Therefore The recommendation comes in the face of continuing litigation against opioid manufacturers; which has ensnared the APS.…