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Uncovering the Cause of Type 1 Diabetes Gastrointestinal Symptoms

Recent research offers a molecular basis for why 80 percent of patients with longstanding Type 1 diabetes have chronic gastrointestinal symptoms including gastroparesis (delayed emptying of food), irritable bowel syndrome, abdominal distension and fecal incontinence. Show More Summary

British nurse’s re-hospitalization, reports of blindness and other ‘post-Ebola syndrome’ complications haunt survivors

9 hours agoHealth : The Checkup

A British nurse, thought to have made a full recovery in January from Ebola, has been taken to a hospital in a serious condition due to what health officials described as delayed complications from the virus — raising questions about the long-term impact of the disease on survivors.Read full article >>

D&R: A new adipogenic cocktail that produces functional adipocytes from MSCs

Adipocyte dysfunction is directly associated with pathologies characterized by metabolic disorders including obesity, diabetes mellitus type II and metabolic syndrome. Adipogenesis is a complex process that has been extensively studied in different cell models. Show More Summary

Little Brown Bats

23 hours agoHobbies / Nature : Marcia Bonta

Before white-nose syndrome, we could sit out on our unscreened veranda even after dark and rarely see or hear a mosquito. A few male little brown bats roosted in our barn and in openings under our roof and the guesthouse portico roo...

Study ties restless legs syndrome to heart, kidney problems

Those with restless legs syndrome are at higher risk for stroke, heart and kidney disease, and earlier death, a database study of Veterans found. Studies in the past had suggested such links, but the new research provides the strongest evidence yet.

Allowing abortion because of Down syndrome isn’t a ‘slippery slope’: it’s rock bottom

I have an eight-year-old child with Down syndrome—a sweet, funny, energetic little boy. And I know we can do better than abortion.

F is for Flexibility

I'm not going to say all, because I know I shouldn't generalize... but I think a large percentage of people with Down syndrome have hypotonia and loose ligaments. This can allow for greater flexibility.And Kayla sure is flexible! Not...Show More Summary

'I was so proud': Mom overjoyed when teen with Down syndrome named homecoming queen

Since being crowned homecoming queen Oct. 2, Kendra Hager hasn't let her crown out of her sight.

Toddler Dies From E. Coli After Visiting County Fair Petting Zoo

A Maine has died after contracting E. coli while he was visiting a petting zoo at the Oxford County Fair. According to WMTW, 20-month-old Colton Guay of Poland died on Monday, October 5 from HUS, hemolytic uremic syndrome, a week after he was admitted to the Maine Medical Center for severe case of diarrhea. Show More Summary

Presenting SocGen's "China Syndrome": "The Vicious Cycle Of Lower Demand, Prices And Commodity Currencies"

To be sure, there have been no shortage of narratives that we’ve been keen on presenting, perpetuating, and explaining this year as the series of global ponzi schemes that have been built in the seven years since the crisis continue to unravel. Show More Summary

Joyful Photo Series Shows Kids With Down Syndrome Loving Life

2 days agoNews : Huffington Post

For the past four years, Rhode Island photographer Laura Kilgus has been offering free photography sessions to kids with Down syndrome and their families. Working with the Down Syndrome Society of Rhode Island, Kilgus has met and photographed dozens of children. Show More Summary

'Chromosomal Chaos:' Complex array of mutations found in rare, aggressive leukemia

Sezary syndrome (SS), an aggressive leukemia of mature T cells, is more complicated at a molecular level than ever suspected. With a poor prognosis and limited options for targeted therapies, this cancer needs new treatment approaches. Show More Summary

Metabolic Syndrome Leads 1 in 3 Americans to Need More Vitamin E

New research shows that the estimated one-third of Americans who have a cluster of health problems that add up to metabolic syndrome don't absorb dietary vitamin E as effectively as healthy people.

"Chromosomal Chaos:" Complex Array of Mutations Found in Rare, Aggressive Leukemia

Sezary syndrome, an aggressive leukemia of mature T cells, is more complicated at a molecular level than ever suspected. The team's results uncover a previously unknown, complex genomic landscape of this cancer, which can be used to design new personalized drug regimens.

Hospital Kills 6-Year-Old Boy With Down Syndrome, Mistakenly Thought He Had DNR Order

In England, a six-year-old boy with Down syndrome died at Leicester Royal Infirmary after his doctor mistakenly thought he was under a Do Not Resuscitate (DNR) order. Now the medical staff involved in his death face manslaughter with gross negligence charges. The Daily Mail reports that Dr. Hadiza Bawa-Garba saw Jack Adcock when he was […]

Medical News Today: Novel test could predict teens' later-life heart disease, diabetes risk

Researchers have developed a test that uses a metabolic syndrome severity score to predict a teenager's risk for heart disease and type 2 diabetes later in life.

State panel meets today to consider more conditions for medical pot use

Illinois regulators will consider chronic pain syndrome and post-traumatic stress disorder Wednesday when recommending which new medical conditions should qualify for treatment with medical marijuana. The Medical Cannabis Advisory Board will consider eight new conditions, including autism, chronic...

Beware of “Good Old Days Syndrome

An excerpt from How to Live Well with Chronic Pain and Illness: A Mindful Guide. Copyright 2015 by Toni Bernhard. Excerpted with permission from Wisdom Publications. “Remembrance of things past is not necessarily the remembrance of things as they were.” – Marcel Proust For the most part, I’ve adjusted to my new life but, occasionally, I […]

Boy dies of disease after petting farm animals at Maine fair

2 days agoNews : NY Daily News

Colton Guay likely contracted hemolytic uremic syndrome at the Oxford County Fair, his father revealed in a touching Facebook post remembering his son.

Recognizing the 5 Symptoms of “Shopkeeper Syndrome

If your company is stagnant and not growing, it may be because you suffer from "Shopkeeper Syndrome." Here's how to recognize the symptoms. The post Recognizing the 5 Symptoms of “Shopkeeper Syndrome” appeared first on AllBusiness.c...

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