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  • What’s It Really Like to Have ADHD?

    What’s It Really Like to Have ADHD?

    That discussion took place on Friday afternoon. On Monday, everyone showed up for the meeting, wondering where the boss was, including Gordon. “It was completely gone from my memory that I was to run this meeting,” he says. When the boss didn’t show up, everyone went back to their desks. Later in the day, the […]

  • Wear contact lens for a long time will take Chances with their eyes

    Wear contact lens for a long time will take Chances with their eyes

    Nearly all of the 41 million Americans who use contact lenses admit they engage in at least one type of risky behavior that can lead to eye infections, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention researchers reported Thursday. And nearly one-third of contact lens wearers have sought medical care for potentially preventable problems such as […]

  • Study finds traumatic brain injury people is relate to ADHD

    Study finds traumatic brain injury people is relate to ADHD

    A new study has found a “significant association” between adults who have suffered a traumatic brain injury at some point in their lives and who also have attention deficit hyperactive disorder. The study, published in the Journal of Psychiatric Research, supports research that found a similar association in children, said Dr. Gabriela Ilie, lead author […]

  • Researchers strive to creating a medical to treat the breast cancer

    Researchers strive to creating a medical to treat the breast cancer

    Creating a chemotherapeutic-resistant breast cancer cell line begins with a complete understanding of what causes resistant tumors and how to prevent them. Researchers at Indiana State University are striving to do just that. “I think every woman on the planet has a personal association with either someone they love or someone they know having suffered […]

  • Computer model predicts that HIV care could save lives

    Computer model predicts that HIV care could save lives

    A computer model developed by Johns Hopkins health care delivery specialists predicts that strengthening a handful of efforts to keep people with HIV in lifetime care, along with more rigorous testing, would potentially avert a projected 752,000 new HIV infections and 276,000 AIDS deaths in the United States alone over the next 20 years. In […]

  • Whether healthy food can help control the diabetes or not

    Whether healthy food can help control the diabetes or not

    The result: better diabetes control and medication adherence and an overall improvement in the consumption of healthy food. The research is the first formal evaluation of a diabetes intervention for food insecure people involving the actual provision of food. Food insecurity, a risk factor for poor diabetes control, refers to being at risk of hunger […]

  • ALS Prize4Life Challenge Opens Ways to Predicting a Patient’s Prognosis

    ALS Prize4Life Challenge Opens Ways to Predicting a Patient’s Prognosis

    The winners of the DREAM ALS Stratification Prize4Life Challenge were recently announced by Prize4Life, Sage Bionetworks and the DREAM community. The challenge is a global data analysis competition designed to computationally determine the different subgroups of patients who suffer from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). There is currently no method to identify whether a given ALS patient will […]

  • Study found that Peanut consumption prevent baby from peanut allergy

    Study found that Peanut consumption prevent baby from peanut allergy

    Researchers  carried out a study called Learning Early About Peanut Allergy (LEAP).This study is  based on observations that Israeli children have lower rates of peanut allergy while Jewish children have higher rates in the United Kingdom.The study tested the premise that Israeli childrenthe in a lower rates of peanut allergy ,but it will  leadto high levels of peanut […]

  • Obese children’s health improves rapidly relate to sugar reduction

    Obese children’s health improves rapidly relate to sugar reduction

    Reducing consumption of added sugar, even without reducing calories or losing weight, has the power to reverse a cluster of chronic metabolic diseases, including high cholesterol and blood pressure, in children in as little as 10 days, according to a study by researchers at UC San Francisco and Touro University California. “This study definitively shows […]

  • Research found that processed meat can reduce the incidence of cancer

    Research found that processed meat can reduce the incidence of cancer

    The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), the cancer agency of the World Health Organization, has evaluated the carcinogenicity of the consumption of red meat and processed meat. Red meat After thoroughly reviewing the accumulated scientific literature, a Working Group of 22 experts from 10 countries convened by the IARC Monographs Programme classified the […]

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