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Good News for Celiac Disease Sufferers

Bread lovers, rejoice! There may soon be an efficient treatment for your celiac’s disease that will allow you to indulge your love of pasta once more. Celiac disease is an autoimmune disorder that affects by some estimates nearly 1 in 100 people. Celiac disease symptoms are triggered by gluten, a protein found in wheat and...

New Cuban Vaccine for Cancer

Back in 2016, Judy Bryden was suffering from a persistent cold. Upon going to the doctor’s office and getting some X-rays, however, she was devastated to learn that she had lung cancer. The woman from Regina, Saskatchewan endured chemotherapy and five rounds of chemotherapy, but to no avail. The treatments failed to stop the progression...

Alzheimer’s Gene is Neutralized

Instead of experimenting on mice with dicey results, this team of researchers went straight to testing human brain cells – and their studies have been proven successful. Scientists at the Gladstones Institute in California managed to identify the gene that caused Alzheimer’s disease. Not only that, but they also managed to neutralize the gene so...

Spinal Stimulation Enables Paralyzed People to Regain Use of Hands

6 people with severe spinal injuries have regained motor function in their hands and fingers for the first time in years thanks to an inexpensive, noninvasive, nonsurgical spinal treatment. At the beginning of the UCLA-led study, 3 of the patients were unable to move their hands at all, and none of the participants could perform...

Running benefits your mind

In the stressful times we live in, the importance of fitness and exercise cannot be highlighted enough. Many people tend to go for running since it is the most convenient option – after all, it only requires a pair of running shoes and your own motivation; and no equipment or gym membership is needed. However,...