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Could sonic hedgehog be the answer to hair loss?

Date: Dec-01-2018
Despite much scientific effort, regrowing hair is still not possible. A recent study asks whether the sonic hedgehog signaling pathway could offer clues.

What is the IIFYM (if it fits your macros) diet?

Date: Nov-30-2018
IIFYM stands for “if it fits your macros.” This flexible dieting method focuses on counting macronutrients, namely proteins, carbs, and fats, instead of calories. In this article, we describe how to follow the IIFYM diet and explore potential benefits and risks.

What types of pain can HIV cause?

Date: Nov-30-2018
Pain is common in people living with HIV and can include headaches, joint pain, and abdominal cramping. Pain medications, alternative therapies, and home remedies can help a person manage their pain. Learn more here.

What causes abdominal pain and diarrhea?

Date: Nov-30-2018
There are many potential causes of abdominal pain and diarrhea, including infection, indigestion, and stress. Learn more about some of the common causes and how to treat and prevent it here.

Hepatitis C and HIV coinfection

Date: Nov-30-2018
People living with HIV are at higher risk of contracting hepatitis C. This because HIV can weaken the immune system, leaving the body more vulnerable to other infections. In this article, we discuss the symptoms, prevention, and treatment for hepatitis C in people living with HIV.

Cancer cells' use of sugar holds the key to their destruction

Date: Nov-30-2018
Either reducing glucose supply or altering its metabolism in cancer cells could greatly improve effectiveness of virus-based treatments, a study reveals.

Depression: Electrical stimulation can 'significantly' improve mood

Date: Nov-30-2018
Researchers found that only 3 minutes of electrical stimulation applied to the orbitofrontal cortex relieves symptoms of moderate and severe depression.

Can nanotech slow the progress of osteoarthritis?

Date: Nov-30-2018
Currently, no treatments can slow the progression of osteoarthritis, which is a common, debilitating condition. Nanotechnology offers a glimmer of hope.

Infections could trigger cardiovascular disease

Date: Nov-30-2018
New research examines the risk of heart attack and stroke after an infection, concluding that infections may trigger coronary events.

This brain circuit is key to both depression and addiction

Date: Nov-30-2018
Recent discoveries about the brain circuitry that drives depression and addiction may point to new clinical targets for the treatment of these issues.