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Medical News Today: Existing arthritis drug might help fight diabetes

A drug already used to treat rheumatic arthritis might also be useful in the treatment of type 2 diabetes. A new study looks into the details.

Medical News Today: Could eating more fish lower MS risk?

Diets rich in seafood and therefore omega-3 fatty acids bring many health benefits. A new study asks whether omega-3 can lower multiple sclerosis risk.

Medical News Today: How do you do the baking soda gender test?

The baking soda gender test seems like an easy, cost-effective method for parents to find out the sex of their unborn baby. But does it work?

Medical News Today: Five ways to make ringing stop after a concert

Listening to loud music at a concert can cause ringing in the ears, which is known as tinnitus. Learn how to stop the ringing and prevent it in the future.

Medical News Today: 'Electrical map of depression' may predict onset

A new mouse study has uncovered patterns of electrical brain activity that may ultimately help to predict vulnerability to depression in humans.

Medical News Today: Coping with urinary incontinence

Regardless of whether you are a man or woman, in your teens or senior years, we have found the best strategies to help you cope with urinary incontinence.

Medical News Today: Lung cancer tumor growth halved with new approach

A novel method targeting noncoding RNA has successfully reduced lung cancer tumor growth in mice, offering hope for a more effective treatment for humans.

Medical News Today: Can apple cider vinegar treat warts?

Is apple cider vinegar effective in treating warts? This article discusses how to use it, its effectiveness, and other possible treatments for warts.

Medical News Today: What causes an itchy stomach?

Learn about the common causes of an itchy stomach, including rashes, infections, and pregnancy. We also discuss how to relieve the itch.

Medical News Today: Why are my palms itchy?

In this article we look at six possible reasons for itchy palms. We also talk about ways to relieve this itching, and how to prevent it from returning.

Medical News Today: How to get rid of boils on the buttocks

Learn about what causes boils on the buttocks and how to treat them, including home remedies. We also look at identifying boils and when to see a doctor.

Medical News Today: Too much TV in childhood takes its toll as a teen

A longitudinal study has charted exactly how extended television watching as a toddler might effect behavioral and health outcomes when a person reaches their teenage years.

Medical News Today: Fitness: How do friends' social media posts affect us?

We've all seen those social media posts about friends running marathons, going for a jog every morning, or signing up for a fitness program. The question is, how do they impact us?

Medical News Today: Stage 3 multiple myeloma: Symptoms, progression, and life expectancy

Multiple myeloma is a cancer that affects bone marrow and plasma cells. People do not usually have symptoms until they reach stage 3.

Medical News Today: Poor hearing could lead to poor memory

New research — by scientists in Italy — suggests that a form of age-related hearing loss significantly raises the risk of mild cognitive impairment among seniors.

Medical News Today: Why do I feel both tired and dizzy?

Several conditions can cause both fatigue and dizziness. We take a look at five, and discuss other symptoms and treatments for each condition.

Medical News Today: Low and normal blood oxygen levels: What to know

A blood oxygen level indicates how well the body distributes oxygen from the lungs to all of its cells. What does it mean to have low blood oxygen?

Medical News Today: Eleven causes of pain when blinking

Some people have a painful sensation when they blink, which may have a range of causes. Learn more about the reasons for it and how to get rid of it here.

Medical News Today: Postpartum blood clots and bleeding: What to expect

After giving birth, it is normal for a woman to experience bleeding and to pass some blood clots as the uterus contracts and shrinks. Learn what to expect.

Medical News Today: Left brain vs. right brain: Fact and fiction

In this article, we explore the idea that people can be left-brained or right-brained, and look at the different functions of the two hemispheres.

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