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Parkinson's Gene Therapy Wires New Brain Circuits

An experimental gene therapy for Parkinson's disease seems to work by rewiring key areas of the brain, a new study finds.

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Kidney Disease Claiming More Lives

Deaths from chronic kidney disease are on the rise, especially among young adults, a new study finds.

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Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD)

COPD never really goes away, which is why it's called "chronic." You can, however, take steps to protect your airways and improve your breathing.

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Is the U.S. Throwing Away Too Many Donor Kidneys?

When deciding which donated kidneys can help desperate patients on waiting lists, the United States might want to follow France's lead and lower the bar...

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Signs of Rheumatoid Arthritis Can Show Up Long Before Diagnosis

Difficulties with daily activities such as dressing, walking and eating can be seen in rheumatoid arthritis patients a year or two before they're diagnosed, a new study shows...

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Exercising with Rheumatoid Arthritis

When you're in the throes of a rheumatoid arthritis flare, exercise may seem like mission impossible...

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Preventing Asthma Attacks

Asthma can't be cured, but it can be controlled. By managing your disease with medications and avoiding the triggers that bring on attacks, you can keep your airways open. Best of all, you can keep feeling great.

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Exercise and Asthma

Do you wheeze during a workout? Do you cough after a morning jog? If so, don't despair. You could be Olympic material.

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Kidney Disease Risk Tied to Sugar-Sweetened Drinks

People who drink lots of sugar-sweetened drinks may be putting themselves at a heightened risk for kidney disease, a new study suggests.

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Is Your Hand Pain Arthritis, Carpal Tunnel or Something Else?

You use your hands nearly every minute of the day, so any time they hurt it's important to find out why.

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Off-Label Use of Medications in Children

Off-label prescriptions for children on the rise.

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Hot Yoga and Blood Pressure

Practicing hot yoga may help lower blood pressure and lessens stress.

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Your Height and Your Diabetes Risk

Short people may be at increased risk of Type 2 Diabetes.

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Cancer Drugs Sometimes Work in Unexpected Ways: Study

Ten cancer drugs being tested in human clinical t...

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Pregnancy and Sleep Position

Is sleeping on your left side when pregnant still considered the best advice?

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Looking for a Good Excuse to Take a Nap?

Daytime napping once or twice a week may cut your heart attack risk.

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HRT Could Benefit Younger Women After Hysterectomy

Estrogen therapy may help younger women live long...

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Mammography At 75 And Older?

Do regular breast cancer screenings benefit older women with chronic illnesses?

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Health Benefits of Cutting The Fat

Following a low-fat diet influences breast cancer, heart disease and diabetes outcomes.

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Eating for Heart Health

Vegetarian and pescetarian diets lower risk of heart disease.

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