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New Treatment for Progressive Multiple Sclerosis on the Horizon
Relationship between MS and common herpes virus Epstein-Barr virus offer new treatment target.
Viagra May Improve Cardiovascular Health in Men With Diabetes
Type 2 diabetes patients struggle with high blood glucose levels that can damage nerves and blood vessels, factors that could trigger heart attacks.
The Impact of Crohn's Disease on Brain Function
Crohnâ€™s disease patients often report concentration and thought problems.
The Link Between Untreated Sleep Apnea and Aggressive Melanoma
Researchers examine the relationship between sleep disorders and melanoma.
Colorectal Cancer Recovery Affected by Mental Health
Depression and anxiety strongly influences the success of cancer treatment.
Worm Infection May Counter Inflammatory Bowel Disease
Worm infection in the gut microbiome shows promise reducing the bacterial species linked to a higher risk of IBD.
Patients Covered by Medicare More Likely to Discontinue Biologic Drugs for Psoriasis
Almost half of Medicare patients taking biologic therapies for moderate-to-severe plaque psoriasis stop treatment within a year.
IPA Beers May Help Fight Cancer
Hops in beer contain antibacterial and anti-fungal properties, which could halt the growth of diseases.
Lower Success Rates with Assisted Reproductive Treatments in Women With IBD
Ulcerative colitis and Crohnâ€™s disease patients have lower success rates per embryo transfer during assisted reproductive technology treatments.
Foods High in Sugar Can Increase Lung Cancer Risk
Foods with a high glycemic index raise blood sugar levels and stimulate the production of insulin
FDA Approves Prescription Acne Treatment
Once daily application of Aczone Gel effectively treats both inflammatory and non-inflammatory acne.
How to Improve Neurological Function in Progressive MS
High doses of biotin show promise in progressive multiple sclerosis.
Gut Microbiota Associated with Multiple Sclerosis Relapse Risk
Gut microbiota poses a curious question in MS development and research.
HIV Infection May Lower Multiple Sclerosis Risk
Researchers explore possible reasons why HIV-positive patients have a decreased risk of MS.
How to Control Cognitive Decline in Multiple Sclerosis
Research compares different methods to control the symptoms of MS.
Ulcerative Colitis Patients May Benefit from Vinegar
Vinegar works to suppress inflammation-inducing proteins while improving the gutâ€™s bacterial makeup.
Dermatology Drug Could be a Game Changer
Tumor necrosis factor inhibitor adalimumab shows significant promise in treatment of hidradenitis suppurativa.
Johns Hopkins to be First Hospital to Perform HIV-Positive Organ Transplants
Johns Hopkins will be the first hospital in the US to administer an HIV-positive kidney transplant and the first in the world to perform an HIV-positive liver transplant.
FDA Approves Anti-Psoriasis Spray
Sernivo Spray treats mild-to-moderate plaque psoriasis in patients 18 years of age and up.
Increase Found in Early Diagnosis of Colorectal Cancer
Nearly 15% of colorectal cancers diagnosed before the recommended screening age of 50.
Nearly 15% of Colorectal Cancer Patients Are Diagnosed Before Recommended Screening Age
Improved colon cancer survival rate attributed to more aggressive treatment.
Natural Food Additive Can Prevent Skin Cancer
Annatto is commonly found in the seeds of the achiote fruit.
Researchers Discover Genetic Differences Between Cutaneous Psoriasis and Psoriatic Arthritis
Cutaneous psoriasis used to describe an individual who suffered from the disease for at least a decade.
Starting Indoor Tanning Early Linked to Melanoma Diagnoses in Younger Women
Younger melanoma patients undergo indoor tanning more frequently than older women with melanoma.
IBS Patients Can Benefit from New Pills that Sense Intestinal Gas
Smart pills identify where gases are produced to understand microbial activity in irritable bowel syndrome patients.
Dead and Living Bacteria Can Reduce Colorectal Cancer Growth
Traditional cancer therapies like chemotherapy or radiation are not generally effective for colorectal cancer patients.
Good News for Cheese Lovers, Kill Cancer with Dairy Preservatives
Cheese contains a natural food preservative, nisin, which can destroy cancer cells.
New Blood Test Can Now Track Melanoma
Test can better analyze the potential disease progression of skin cancer.
Processed Foods Could Lead to Autoimmune Diseases Like IBD
Study finds several common food additives associated with a variety of autoimmune conditions.
Cancer Suppressing Gene Actually Spreads Colorectal Cancer
Sprouty 2 gene works differently in colorectal cancer than in other types of cancers.
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