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Iron Accumulation in Brain a Mysterious Sign in MS
Austrian researchers proved that iron builds up in the brain in patients with multiple sclerosis, but the significance of the change is unclear.
The current Zika virus outbreak has already made its way to 21 countries and territories in the Americas since May 2015, and the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) revealed that it will likely persist in the United States.
Fibromyalgia and migraine headaches are just two pain conditions that debilitate millions of people. A new pain-relieving device has just been approved for both of the conditions, but there’s a catch.
More than 900 physicians who subscribe to MD Magazine’s email news took the time last week to answer a seven-question survey on whether physicians should play a role in curbing gun violence. Here are the ten most passionate responses, taken from both sides
Damage to the brain’s white matter precipitates eventual damage to its grey matter in early cases of Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis (PPMS), according to a recent study by British scientists.
Despite what trial lawyers often allege, most cases of brain-injured newborns is not due to mismanaged deliveries, Chicago study finds.
Patient who need assistance with daily living are generally considered too frail and to have too high a bleeding risk to get intravenous thrombolysis (IVT) after they have had an ischemic stroke. According to Swiss researchers, that is not the case.
Although children are also sufferers of chronic pain, the vast majority of research on treatment and just the condition in general is focused on adults. But a pain-relieving technique that has already proven its efficacy in the older population appears to be beneficial in the younger as well.
There's bad news for Parkinson's Disease patients: physiotherapy and occupational therapy appears to be fruitless, researchers found.

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