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MossRehab Propose New Stroke Shoulder Pain Device

MossRehab in Elkins Park, Pa, offers the SPRINT Peripheral Nerve Stimulation (PNS) System, a non-narcotic therapy for the relief of shoulder pain following a stroke. Shoulder pain affects approximately 30% of stroke survivors, delaying recovery and reducing the quality of life.

A new solution for earwax impaction by Eosera

In this study, researchers declined a new product which finally offers relief for a condition that has lacked an adequate solution for decades through a safe, effective, simple, over-the-counter solution that benefits the entire ear care industry.New establishment gave the introduction of Earwax MD, the ideal solution for those who dread the time, worry, and expense of a doctor’s visit to clear their ears of burdensome earwax impaction.

Migraine-Preventive Medications Improve Quality of Life

In a new study, researchers have found that anticonvulsants and triptans for a menstrual migraine (MM) were less frequently prescribed by primary care physicians (PCPs) compared with speciality care physicians. There were no significant differences in the prescription patterns of beta-blockers and antidepressants between PCPs and speciality care physicians. These findings could help address prescription patterns of preventive medications for a migraine in primary care settings.

Early Detection of Common Cancers by Single Blood Test

Researchers developed a single blood test, CancerSEEK, that screens for eight common cancer types and helps identify the location of cancer. The test is a unique non-invasive, multianalyte test that simultaneously evaluates levels of eight cancer proteins and the presence of cancer gene mutations from circulating DNA in the blood. The study findings published in Science.

Magnetically applied MicroRNAs: A Therapeutic Approach for Constipation

In a study published in the American Journal of Physiology-Gastrointestinal and Liver Physiology (AJPGLP), the researchers at Thomas Jefferson University used a new technique, by which they successfully increased or decreased the muscle tone of the anal sphincter in appropriate animal models. These studies could have implications in treating constipation or incontinence.