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When a doctor prescribes any medication it is done so with the assumption that patients will follow the dosage given by the provider. This is considerably more important for medications like anticoagulants which can help prevent potentially fatal strokes from occurring.
Sometimes health stories can be just downright strange, and even the most experienced physicians may scratch their heads from time to time. Whether it was strange ingredients to treat pain or foods that harmfully impact the body, there have been a fair share of wild occurrences in the past 12 months.
Researchers compared the B cells of patients with multiple sclerosis and healthy patients, specifically examining granulocyte macrophage colony stimulating factor (GM CSF), in order to determine their role in interactions between other immune cells within MS.
Part of an ongoing series that takes a high-level look at the positions of the leading nominees for President when it comes to political issues potentially impacting physicians, this installment focuses on Ben Carson.
Patients who have the hepatitis C virus are at a significantly higher risk of developing Parkinson’s disease.
The pain threshold of arthritis patients can increase after their brain chemistry is altered.

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