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Medical News Today: How is severe psoriasis treated?

Learn more about how this particular type of psoriasis is treated, including the treatment options and how it is different to other types.

Medical News Today: Does skipping breakfast really lead to overeating?

Contrary to previous research, a new study suggests that missing a morning meal does not lead to greater calorie intake later in the day.

Medical News Today: What you need to know about tocotrienols

Tocotrienols are a type of vitamin E nutrients. Learn where to find them in foods, and what the difference between them and vitamin E generally is, here.

Medical News Today: How does rabies cause aggression?

New research investigates the molecular mechanism that allows the rabies virus to induce aggressive behavior in the infected host.

Medical News Today: Want to be a good friend? Close your eyes and listen

New research suggests that the best way to empathize with someone else's feelings might be to avoid looking at them and focus exclusively on their voice.

Medical News Today: How a green tea compound could prevent Alzheimer's

Researchers reveal how a compound in green tea called EGCG prevents the formation of toxic beta-amyloid plaques, which are a hallmark of Alzheimer's.

Medical News Today: Pseudophakia (IOL): Signs you need them and complications

When do you need artificial lenses for the eyes? Find out here along with more information on the specific types and how they are implanted.

Medical News Today: Magic mushroom compound may treat severe depression

Psilocybin, a magic mushroom compound, may succeed where other anti-depression treatments have failed; the drug may 'reset' the brain, new research shows.

Medical News Today: How can you cope with a cancer diagnosis?

A cancer diagnosis always comes as a shock. What are some coping strategies you can use to stay in control of the situation? We gathered some suggestions.

Medical News Today: Household microbes: Friend or foe?

Our homes are host to a diverse collection of bacteria, viruses, fungi, and parasites. Should we eliminate them, or do they have health benefits?

Medical News Today: New genetic risk factors for peanut and food allergy identified

A new study finds that the gene EMSY is linked to a raised risk of peanut and food allergy, and that five other loci may also be involved.

Medical News Today: Why does my breath smell like acetone?

Acetone breath, or breath that smells like nail polish remover, could indicate that a person has diabetes or another health condition. Learn more.

Medical News Today: What is diabetic nephropathy?

Diabetic nephropathy is kidney disease that occurs in people with diabetes. It can cause serious complications, including kidney failure. Learn more.

Medical News Today: Childhood respiratory infections linked with celiac disease

New research concludes that respiratory infections in at-risk children may significantly increase the likelihood of developing celiac disease.

Medical News Today: Vitrectomy: Procedure, complications, and recovery

Learn more about vitrectomy, a procedure that involves removing fluid from the eye. We look at why it may be needed, and the risks and complications.

Medical News Today: Rheumatoid arthritis could be treated with a novel hydrogel

Researchers have developed a hydrogel that has the potential to treat rheumatoid arthritis by absorbing the excess fluid that builds up in joints.

Medical News Today: MS could be reversed with existing allergy drug

An over-the-counter allergy drug may restore function to the nerves damaged by multiple sclerosis, according to a recent phase II trial.

Medical News Today: Everything you need to know about prostate nodules

A prostate nodule is a firm, knuckle-like area on the prostate. There are several causes of prostate nodules, including prostatitis and prostate cancer.

Medical News Today: Omega-6 could lower type 2 diabetes risk by 35 percent

A new review of more than 20 studies has linked higher blood levels of linoleic acid – a main form of omega-6 – to a reduced risk of type 2 diabetes.

Medical News Today: Gut fungi may hold key to metabolic health

Scientists find that feeding mice a high-fat diet changes the structure of fungi in the gut, suggesting that fungi may play a key role in obesity.

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