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The World's First Chronic Pain Spinal Stimulation System of Its Kind is Here
The world’s first and only non-rechargeable, upgradeable spinal cord stimulation system could change the way that physicians treat chronic pain.
The outrageous $750 a pill price of pyrimethamine (Daraprim/ Turing) could soon be undercut by the appearance of a new compound selling for a dollar a pill.
World AIDS Day is recognized each year on December 1, and while it’s a time to applaud the progress made in recent years, it also highlights the challenges that lay before us.
Mandibular advancement devices and continuous airway pressure are equally effective therapies for reducing blood pressure in patients with obstructive sleep apnea, a study finds.
Acne patients with darker skin tones found relief with chemical peels using 25% trichloroacetic acid (TCA) and 30% salicylic acid.
Migraines affect about 12% of the US population, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and another condition could indicate that the painful disorder will become chronic.
Increasing daily intake of walnuts has been linked to lower cholesterol levels, overall weight, and quality of diet.
Researchers are close to identifying reliable biological, genetic, and radiological biomarkers of migraine.


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