It’s like a patch of horrible road rash that you don’t bandage and instead throw the itchiest wool sweater over, then roll around in pine needles. All day long. Every time you blink. This pretty much sums up what recurring corneal erosion feels like. Show More Summary
Stuffed Chicken Breast I could eat this stuffed chicken breast every single day. It’s super tender, tastes fantastic, and is a healthy meal all by itself – no sides required! CourseMain Dish CuisineLow Carb Servings1 serving Prep Time5 minutes Cook Time20 minutes Ingredients 1 chicken breast 1oz Low-fat mozzarella28 g 1 Artichoke heartfrom a can […]
A group of researchers has come to a better understanding of how long-lived, antibody-producing plasma cells are maintained.
(The Hebrew University of Jerusalem) How pathogens establish themselves in our gut is poorly understood. Now, researchers have described how bacteria sense their host and tailor their gene expression to cause disease. These findings may lead to the development of new strategies to combat bacterial infection.
Treatment with Apitope’s lead agent, ATX-MS-1467, decreased brain lesions in patients with relapsing multiple sclerosis (MS) in a now-completed Phase 2a clinical trial. ATX-MS-1467 is a potential disease-modifying agent with an immune-tolerating action. Show More Summary
Treatment with a compound called BIIB074 shows promise in reducing pain caused by trigeminal neuralgia — a condition that occasionally affects multiple sclerosis (MS) patients — with few side effects, a new clinical trial finds. The...Show More Summary
The second annual America’s Committee for Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis (ACTRIMS), a forum for clinicians, researchers and other MS specialists to network and discuss the latest advances in MS research and treatment is set for February 23 to 25, 2017. Show More Summary
On today’s DiabetesPowerShow, we talk about sharing the “Good, the Bad, and the Ugly” as it pertains to Hypoglycemia events in your life. We know it is very important that we, as people with Diabetes, speak openly with our Diabetes Care Team about our highs and lows. But what about other people in our lives? […]
Fatigue is the bane of my existence. Clutter qualifies as my lifestyle. If I can’t see something it may as well be lost. I spend about 50% of my day trying to find things I have put “someplace safe.” The other half I spend looking for...Show More Summary
HIV and depression seem to come as an item, especially for those newly diagnosed.
Feb 21, 2017 I watched censorship happen right before my eyes on Huffington Post on Tuesday morning. I was looking over the news and saw two stories that had just been published on Google. I looked at the first one,...
National Press Club Press conference February 2017. 32:00 Robert Kennedy, Jr.: “…Tony Muhammad came because he saw autism exploding in his community. It is the black neighborhoods that are getting the thimerosal vaccines. It appears to be that African Americans...
Diabetes is a chronic illness and, to be quite frank, a chronic pain in the ass. A fine line separates those who live for their diabetes and those who live with their diabetes. The rigorously tedious requirements of daily [read: hourly] diabetes management make that line easy to cross. And if you are anything like […]
Attempting to reach underserved markets, Gilead Sciences plans to use dating sites Tumblr and Snapchat as part of its new marketing strategy
We are heading over to the United Kingdom in a few days and are slowly getting prepared. Joe has pulled out a steamer (to heat ready meals in our room) plug adaptors and our UK cell phone which hasn't been used in a few years. Me, I've been getting myself psyched up to do the travel, particularly getting in the rental car from the other side. Show More Summary
MS patients are three to six times more likely to develop seizures. Using a mouse model, a team of scientists has found for the first time that chronic demyelination is closely linked to, and is likely the cause of, these seizures. A...Show More Summary
A new study examines the long-term outcomes of patients with aggressive forms of multiple sclerosis (MS) who failed to respond to standard therapies and who underwent autologous hematopoietic stem cell transplantation using their own stem cells.
(Cancer Research UK) A one-off bowel screening test reduces the risk of developing bowel cancer by more than one-third and could save thousands of lives.
When you're having fun, time flies. Find out how Venus Williams makes her cardio sessions more exciting.