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Life after stroke
Life after strokeAugust 1, 2015 ET
Stroke changes your life and it can change it dramatically but with a proper life style and advice many people can go back to their usual activities.
Merck Ebola vaccine candidate has 100 percent efficacy
Merck Ebola vaccineAugust 1, 2015 ET
Merck announced that its investigational Ebola vaccine candidate, rVSV-ZEBOV, was found to have 100 percent efficacy in an analysis of interim data from a Phase 3 ring vaccination trial in Guinea.
Experimental MERS vaccine shows promise
MERS vaccineJuly 30, 2015 ET
Researchers in the United States trying to develop a vaccine against the deadly Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) virus say they have had early signs of success in animal experiments.
Strong argument against 'big is beautiful': Obesity increases the risk for Alzheimer’s
ObesityJuly 29, 2015 ET
The fact that obesity increases the risk of cardiovascular disease and some cancers is well known. But a new Iowa State University study adds to the growing evidence that memory loss should also be a top concern.
South Korea: We're free from MERS. WHO: No, you're not
Hwang Kyo-ahnJuly 29, 2015 ET
South Korea's Prime Minister Hwang Kyo-ahn has declared a "de facto end" to the outbreak of the Middle East Respiratory Virus (MERS).
Don't follow celebrities: Gluten-free diet has no benefit
Gluten-free dietJuly 28, 2015 ET
A new review published in the Journal of the American Academy of Physician Assistants confirms there is no published experimental evidence supporting a gluten-free diet for weight loss in individuals without celiac disease or gluten-related disorders.
Nigeria goes one year without a case of polio
PolioJuly 27, 2015 ET
One year has pass since the last case of polio in Nigeria, the only remaining polio-endemic country in Africa. Nigeria's last polio case occurred on July 24, 2014, in southern Kano state.
More than 60% of dental implants have cracks and other flaws
dental implantsJuly 23, 2015 ET
When Keren Shemtov-Yona, a dental researcher at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, examined 100 discarded dental implants under a scanning electron microscope, she found that more than 60 percent of the implants had cracks and other flaws.
Have erectile dysfunction? You might have undiagnosed diabetes
Undiagnosed diabetesJuly 22, 2015 ET
Anyone probably knows that men with erectile dysfunction are advised to try to solve the problem by taking a pill. However, they also need to be screened for diabetes, a new study suggests.
French teenager healthy 12 years after ceasing HIV treatment
HIVJuly 22, 2015 ET
A French teenager who was infected with HIV at birth has lived in good health an astonishing 12 years since she last took antiretroviral drugs, researchers say.
Effectiveness of AIDS vaccine depends on genetics
AIDS vaccineJuly 17, 2015 ET
The effectiveness of AIDS vaccine is linked to genetics and responds differently in separate cases, according to an article in the magazine Science Translational Medicine.
Many overweight teenagers do not recognize they are too heavy
Overweight teenagersJuly 15, 2015 ET
Admitting that you have a weight problem may be the first step in taking action, but a study published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine found that an increasing number of overweight adolescents do not consider themselves as such.
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