By Stephanie Weaver, as told to Kate Rope
Sometimes when people talk about migraine disease, they talk about your brain being broken. I don’t like to think of it that way.
I think of my brain as a Maserati. It works well under specific conditions, and I manage my… Continue reading Accepting My Migraine Disease and Living Well
By Cara MurezHealthDay Reporter FRIDAY, Sept. 17, 2021 (HealthDay News) – Researchers hoped to show that the natural antioxidant urate could delay Parkinson’s disease progression, but a study completed at Massachusetts General Hospital dashed those expectations. The trial enrolled nearly 300 individuals recently diagnosed with early Parkinson’s disease, which affects the body’s motor system. Symptoms… Continue reading Trial Into Antioxidant for Parkinson's Disease Yields Disappointing Results
CRISPR was hailed as a ground-breaking and revolutionary gene-editing technology, but it quickly became apparent that it was far from perfect. What went … source
By Robert PreidtHealthDay Reporter FRIDAY, Aug. 27, 2021 (HealthDay News) — New research offers further evidence of a link between gum disease and heart disease. The ongoing Swedish study previously found that gum disease (“periodontitis“) was much more common in first-time heart attack patients than in a group of healthy people. In this follow-up study,… Continue reading More Evidence Ties Gum Disease With Heart Disease
Aug. 11, 2021 — When J.M. Tolani was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease at the age of 49, he was devastated.
“I felt as though I had been hit by a truck. Everything felt like it came to a standstill. My life was altogether changed,” he tells WebMD.
Originally a photojournalist, Tolani was… Continue reading Dancing to Music Can Curb Parkinson’s Disease Progression
At the Virtual Press Briefing on COVID-19 of 13 July 2020, WHO Executive-Director for Heatlh Emergencies, Dr Mike Ryan responded to a question from a … source
The actor who has been public about his nearly 30-year battle with Parkinson’s disease speaks exclusively to ABC News about his new book, “No Time Like the … source
July 13, 2021 — Consuming more whole grains may protect against heart disease, a new study suggests.
An analysis of over 3,000 middle- and older-age adults over many years found that those who ate at least three servings of whole grains daily had smaller increases in blood sugar levels, blood pressure, and waist… Continue reading Whole Grains May Lower Risk of Heart Disease in Older Adults
This is a reaction video to the Philippines imposing a travel ban on Taiwan. Both Filipino and Taiwanese including other nationalities are stranded at Manila … source
Regular and strenuous exercise can increase the risk of MND in people who are vulnerable, scientists say. Source link