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Type 2 diabetes: Sponge implants may reduce blood sugar and weight gain

Date: Aug-22-2017
Scientists find that implanting a spongy material into fat tissue of type 2 diabetic mice reduces blood glucose and lessens weight gained on high-fat diet.

Posterior nosebleed: Causes and how to stop them

Date: Aug-22-2017
What is a posterior nosebleed and how can you stop a posterior nosebleed? What is the difference between a posterior and anterior nosebleed?

Raccoon eyes: Causes and treatments

Date: Aug-22-2017
Raccoon eyes are dark circles that appear around the eyes as a symptom of internal bleeding. A number of different conditions can lead to raccoon eyes.

Gut bacteria-produced compound may stave off aging

Date: Aug-22-2017
A new study shows that a class of chemical compounds produced by gut bacteria and found in broccoli combats aging and considerably extends 'healthspan.'

How do vegetarian diets affect cholesterol levels?

Date: Aug-22-2017
Long-term plant-based diets lower total cholesterol, suggests a new review and meta-analysis of observational studies and clinical trials.

Skin cancer and rashes: Cancerous and precancerous lesions

Date: Aug-22-2017
A rash can be a sign of skin cancer. Find out the differences between cancerous and non-cancerous rashes, and the types of cancer that cause them.

McDonald criteria: MS diagnosis guidelines

Date: Aug-21-2017
Learn about the McDonald criteria. What is dissemination in space, what is dissemination in time, and what additional data are used for diagnosis?

Avocado seed husk may help to treat heart disease, cancer

Date: Aug-21-2017
Most of us discard avocado seeds without a second thought, but a new study finds that the husk of these seeds may hold a treasure trove of health benefits.

Osteoporosis: Potential new drug target uncovered

Date: Aug-21-2017
A new study finds that targeting the body's aging-related cells maintains and increases bone formation and improves bone mass and strength in aging mice.

Multiple sclerosis: Are we close to a cure?

Date: Aug-21-2017
Discoveries and breakthroughs in multiple sclerosis research are building momentum, but just how close are we to finding a cure? We investigate.