‘ParkinSong’ and Other Song Therapy Programs May Help Preserve Speech
An Overview of Celiac Disease
Intensive singing interventions have the potential to increase vocal loudness, respiratory muscle strength, and voice-related quality of life in people with Parkinson’s disease, a study suggests.
Skipping Breakfast a Bad Move for Your Heart?
Awareness of celiac disease is improving dramatically as more people speculate that gluten could be at the root of their health problems.
Untreatable Form Of Lyme Disease Could Hit 2 Million Americans By 2020
Think breakfast isn't the most important meal of the day? Think again, say researchers behind a new study that found the risk of heart-related death rises dramatically for folks who skip the morning repast.
This Honey Spread May Help With Seasonal Allergies
Scientists predict the number of people suffering from a little-understood type of Lyme disease could spike to almost 2 million in 2020.
BAROnova Announces FDA Approval of the TransPyloric Shuttle® (TPS®) Device
Honey has many healing properties, one of them being a remedy for seasonal pollen allergies.
Can A Blood Pressure Drug Protect the Brain From Parkinson's?
A First-in-Class, Non-Surgical Solution for Obesity Approved for One-Year of Device Treatment, Offering Patients Potentially More Durable Weight Loss and Health Benefits
Nuts and Health
A prescription drug already in use for the treatment of high blood pressure could be effective against conditions such as Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, and Huntington's, in which toxic proteins build up in brain cells.
Researchers Discover 2 Genes Associated with Alzheimer's
Last year everyone was talking about how good nuts are for diabetes. This year they’re just as good, and new research shows it.
Researchers have identified two, extremely rare genetic variants linked to Alzheimer disease (AD) for the first time.