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New treatment options using cord blood in children with heart defects, diabetes type 1 and early childhood brain damage by Stem Cells Malaysia Patient Expert Posted Tue 23 Jun 2009 6:48pm Jun.01, 2009 in Diabetes Leipzig: My Body Cord blood stem cells possess a high potential for the treatment of congenital heart defects, diabetes type 1 and neonatal brain damage. The current research results confirm that the symposium on “Stem cells from umbilical cord blood - important for the Neonatology” on the 24th Perinatalkongr ... Read on »
Your Medical Condition And Exercise, Part 1 by Mark D. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 4:39pm Don't assume you can't exercise just because you have a medical condition! When I perform a fitness assessment on clients, medical conditions often become a consideration as I design that client's exercise program. Sometimes, the client will need to get medical clearance before we can begin the exercise program. In this article series, I wi ... Read on »
Intensive Therapy Halves Kidney Disease in Type 1 Diabetes by Medline Plus Posted Mon 14 Nov 2011 6:17pm Controlling blood glucose early in the course of type 1 diabetes yields huge dividends, preserving kidney function for decades. The new finding from a study funded by the National Institutes of Health was published online in the New England Journal of Medicine Nov. 12 to coincide with p ... Read on »
According to the National Eye Institute, Glaucoma on the Rise by Carol Bradley Bursack Posted Thu 17 Jan 2013 12:00am January is National Glaucoma Awareness Month. To raise awareness of this often symtom free disease, I'm running the following message from the National Eye Institute . Please make sure to get your own eyes checked and see to it that your elderly loved ones do. - Carol It’s the first month of the New Year, a time when more than 4 ... Read on »
How to get kids to eat and love veggies by rita359 Posted Thu 14 Feb 2013 3:31pm Some research performed at the University College of London shows that rewarding children for eating their vegetables will not only make them eat veggies, but even will make them learn to like them. More than 440 children of the ages of 4 to 6 who participated in the study were asked to rate various vegetables, and were given their fourth h ... Read on »
A Japanese research has found an increased risk of hearing loss with diabetes by rita359 Posted Tue 21 May 2013 10:02pm A research done at the Niigata University Faculty of Medicine found a correlation between diabetes and hearing impairments. This study actually found that younger diabetics had an even higher risk of hearing impairment and loss than older ones. An older research performed in the US also found that people diagnosed with diabetes are twice as pro ... Read on »
Indian Mulberry Has Anti-Cataract Properties by hbjkghjkg Posted Tue 16 Oct 2012 1:08am Indian mulberry, or noni, possesses significant anti-cataract potential to maintain lens opacity in the eyes. Other ways to protect against cataracts.Have you ever looked through the grease-smeared window of the mechanic's Mulberry Roxanne shop? Do you feel like that's what your eyesight is like all the time? If so, then you may have a catarac ... Read on »
Genetics Home Reference: Horner syndrome by Posted Thu 18 Apr 2013 4:01pm On this page: Description Genetic changes Inheritance Diagnosis Additional information Other names Glossary definitions Reviewed April 2013 What is Horner syndrome? Horner syndrome is a disorder that affects the eye and surrounding tissue ... Read on »
Statistics by Dave M. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 29 Nov 2010 3:00am 37.8 % of all statistics are made up on the spot by the 26.9% of statisticians who are in the ball park when they should be back at the office gathering facts to back up their statistics. I can vouch for the validity of those figures because I just made them up. Whether or not you find that funny will depend on your falling into the 49.3% o ... Read on »
Nerve Damage by xoxomarebear Patient Expert Posted Mon 03 Nov 2008 9:03pm Since noticing the marked droop in Vivi's left eye, we had assumed there was some damage or pressure from the tumor on the nerves in her brain. Today Vivi had a routine hearing test, which is done because one of the chemotherapy drugs, cisplatin, can damage some high-pitch hearing loss. The test showed that Vivi is deaf in her left ear, again p ... Read on »