Heart attack registry: Unprecedented insight into STEMI occurrence, treatment in North India

A new study published in Clinical Cardiology introduces the North Indian (NORIN) ST‐Segment Elevation Myocardial Infarction (STEMI) Registry and provides preliminary data collected since its start in January of this year. The prospective cohort study’s first author, Sameer Arora, MD, UNC School of Medicine cardiology fellow and preventive medicine resident, says researchers will follow approximately 3,500 patients admitted for STEMI […]

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Vitamin B12 deficiency: The three major warning signs on your face that could mean you are

Vitamin B12 is a nutrient that helps keep the body’s nerve and blood cells healthy and helps make DNA. Vitamin B12 deficiency occurs when a lack of vitamin B12 or folate causes the body to produce abnormally large red blood cells that cannot function properly. Pernicious anaemia is the most common form of vitamin B12 deficiency in the UK, this […]

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Type 2 diabetes: Cutting back on this food group can help to regulate blood sugar levels

Type 2 diabetes is a condition that causes a person to lose control of the amount of sugar in their blood. It causes the body not to respond to insulin which is a hormone made in the pancreas. This can cause blood sugar levels to become too high. If the condition is left untreated, major health complications can occur including […]

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Craig Revel Horwood health: ‘It was getting worse’ Strictly star’s health battle

Craig Revel Horwood, 54, is an Australian-British dancer, choreographer, conductor, author, theatre director and television personality. His commitment to dancing and theatrical performance is on full display every Saturday night as a judge on Strictly Come Dancing. Speaking to the Express.co.uk last year, the Strictly judge revealed he has a chronic health condition. He first experienced symptoms during a theatre […]

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Researchers move closer to ‘magic’ cancer treatment

Imagine cancer treatment without chemotherapy, radiation or surgery. Just a small aspirin-like pill. Sound like magic? That’s because it kind of is, according to Khaled Barakat, a University of Alberta biophysicist searching for innovative immunotherapies that could help knock out multiple types of cancer simply by empowering the immune system. “We used the word ‘magic’ because the concept is not […]

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How seniors perceive oral health may make all the difference whether they will seek treatment, according to study

How do senior citizens perceive the importance of their oral health? The answer to that question might make all the difference whether they’ll decide to seek treatment. New research at the School of Dental Medicine at Case Western Reserve University looks to change the strategy in identifying seniors’ perception. The idea is to find a correlation between seniors who value […]

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Florida toddler born with 'Batman' mask due to rare skin condition to seek treatment in Russia

Fox News Flash top headlines for Sept. 24 Fox News Flash top headlines for Sept. 24 are here. Check out what’s clicking on Foxnews.com A Florida toddler who was born with a marking on her face that resembles a “Batman” mask will soon travel to Russia in the hopes of receiving an innovative treatment for a rare skin condition. Luna Fenner was […]

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Long-acting injectable multi-drug implant shows promise for HIV prevention and treatment

A new study published today in Nature Communications shows a promising alternative for those who have to take a daily pill regimen. Targeting HIV treatment and prevention, researchers across multiple departments at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill collaborated on a seven-year study in animals to make a better injectable drug implant that can combine multiple drugs and […]

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H. pylori treatment may reduce gastric cancer incidence, death

(HealthDay)—Helicobacter pylori treatment, vitamin supplementation, and garlic supplementation are associated with a reduced risk for gastric cancer mortality, according to a study published online Sept. 11 in The BMJ. Wen-Qing Li, from Peking University Cancer Hospital and Institute in Beijing, and colleagues randomly assigned 2,258 residents of a high-risk region for gastric cancer who were seropositive for antibodies to H. […]

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Cancer sufferer has been given the all-clear after treatment in Turkey

Boy, 12, is given the all-clear from cancer after his mother fundraised £100,000 for treatment in Turkey that was denied to him on the NHS Toni Ilsley’s son Charlie was diagnosed with medulloblastoma aged eight  Cancer spread to his spine, doctors reportedly said they could do nothing more Charlie had targeted radiotherapy in Turkey and is all-clear 18 months later  A […]

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