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Statins may improve heart structure, function

Date: May-26-2017
Study suggests that people who use statins are less likely to have a thickened heart muscle and an enlarged heart - both risk factors for heart disease.

Airborne diseases: Types, prevention, and symptoms

Date: May-26-2017
In this article, learn about the most common types of airborne diseases, how they spread, and what steps you can take to prevent them.

The Lazarus phenomenon: When the 'dead' come back to life

Date: May-26-2017
It is not often that patients who have been declared dead return to life, but it does happen. We explore what is known as the Lazarus phenomenon.

Old drug points to promising new direction for treatment of autism

Date: May-26-2017
A trial of 10 boys with autism shows dramatic but transient results with one treatment of a century-old drug, and supports cell danger idea of the disease.

Nausea after eating: Symptoms, causes, and treatment

Date: May-26-2017
Feeling nauseated after eating can indicate a variety of underlying conditions. Learn more about the causes of nausea and when to see a doctor.

Stress rash: How stress affects the skin

Date: May-26-2017
What is a stress rash and what are the effects of stress on the skin? Learn about available treatments, alternative causes, and prevention.

Scientists discover enzyme that supports brain tumor growth

Date: May-26-2017
New research conducted by the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center reveals the mechanism behind how brain tumors feed, grow, and spread.

Postmenopausal bleeding: Is it normal?

Date: May-26-2017
Menopause is the result of a natural decline in hormones, but what causes postmenopausal bleeding? How is it diagnosed and what are the treatment options?

Letter from the Editor: May 2017

Date: May-26-2017
Managing Editor Marie Ellis gives her monthly update, including top stories, interesting findings, and a bit of information about you, dear reader.

Defective immune cells may play role in hair loss

Date: May-25-2017
Researchers discover that regulatory T cells have a role beyond the immune system: they help hair follicles to regenerate by triggering their stem cells.