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Why the hardest thing about living with epilepsy isn’t the seizures – NEWS.com.au

My epilepsy is classed as ‘controlled’ because I’m on medication, but medication doesn’t make you immune to the ‘event’ of a seizure. I…

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Study Shows Combo May Benefit Patients With Fibromyalgia – Monthly Prescribing Reference (registration)

A combination of anticonvulsant pregabalin and the antidepressant duloxetine may help improve pain relief, physical function, and overall quality of life in patients…

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Africa’s real crisis is heart disease – gulfnews.com

None of these conditions are directly contagious, but they are spreading across the developing world just as quickly as Aids and malaria did…

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Make Purdue Basketball Great Again! – Hammer and Rails

After that gut punch of a loss on Thursday it’s easy to just dump on everything Purdue basketball related and just burn it…

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Step by step, dancer recovers from Lyme disease – Toronto Star

Now, after a two-year absence struggling with the effects of late-diagnosed Lyme disease, Saye, 25, is rebuilding his career, step by step, having…

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High rates of motor neurone disease in NSW’s Riverina area could be caused by waterways – dailytelegraph.com.au

While it’s known as the food bowl of Australia, the region is also home to a disturbingly high number of people suffering from…

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New role of environment in multiple sclerosis revealed – Medical Xpress

Demyelination by MS. The CD68 colored tissue shows several macrophages in the area of the lesion. Original scale 1:100. Credit: Marvin 101/Wikipedia. Environmental…

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Another family sets dog on polio worker – The Express Tribune

DERA GHAZI KHAN: A family in Dera Ghazi Khan set their dog on a polio worker after refusing to have their children immunised…

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Horsing around for health – Moose Jaw Times-Herald

MacFarlane was born with Myelomeningocele, the most severe type of spina bifida. She also has dealt with other health concerns over the years,…

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Scientists discover molecule that could help heal spinal cord damage – BT.com

Professor Elizabeth Bradbury, from King’s College London, who co-led the team, said: “Spinal cord injury could happen to anyone, at any time. In…

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4-Year-Old Girl Suffers ‘Severe Brain Injury’ at Dentist’s Office, Documents Say – ABC News

A “once perfectly healthy and normal” 4-year-old girl “can no longer talk or walk or really see much” after suffering severe brain damage…

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Forest Hall man works to overcome cerebral palsy and climb Mount Kilimanjaro – ChronicleLive

But, after eight operations to treat the condition, he is now preparing for perhaps his steepest test yet. The 32-year-old will be trading…

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Highway To Hearing Hell – The Beachwood Reporter

This is unsurprising, perhaps, given the decades that the Australian band has been pumping out the hard rock decibels. But deafness isn’t only…

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Iggy Pop: Post Pop Depression review – Josh Homme-produced departure from raw power – The Guardian

Despite the pedigree of all involved, Post Pop Depression was never intended as a heavy rock record, Homme has revealed. Instead, the first…

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New Tool Uses Neuropsychology to Determine If Students Struggling in Math Suffer from Math Learning Disabilities – Education World

Called Feifer Assessment of Mathematics (FAM), the tool “can determine if a child has the characteristics of an MLD and, further, the specific…

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Fibromyalgia sufferer finds relief in medical marijuana – The Seattle Times

Q: When you discussed chronic-pain management, you flubbed the polarized subject of marijuana use for pain. The proper strains of marijuana work well…

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What Are the Differences Between MS and Guillain-Barré Syndrome? – EmpowHer

Multiple sclerosis and Guillain–Barré syndrome are both autoimmune diseases where the protective myelin coverings of the nerves are attacked by one’s own immune…

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Prescribe EXERCISE not drugs to help treat ‘heart disease, diabetes and arthritis’ – Daily Mail

But now, scientists have revealed that regular activity could also be used as a treatment for chronic health conditions. Typically, doctors prescribe drugs…

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Game helps those with learning disabilities to stay safe online – The National

A NEW computer game has been created by people with learning disabilities to help keep them safe online. The group, aged 16-40 from…

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The scale of the North East’s childhood obesity problem – ITV News

Newcastle Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust said this was an exceptional case, and offered no further information, for reasons of confidentiality. Such treatment is…

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