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  • Medical News Today: Plant pigments may preserve lung function into old age May 23, 2018
    In addition to their natural antioxidant properties, flavonoids — the compounds that give plants their color — may keep our lungs healthy into old age.
  • Medical News Today: Why fever can be your friend in times of illness May 23, 2018
    A mild fever is not just the sign of an infection or viral disease. It actually stimulates the body's immune response, and a new study explains how.
  • Medical News Today: What to know about nightshade allergies May 23, 2018
    Nightshade species include potatoes, eggplant, and peppers. Nightshade allergies are rare but can be severe. A person can have an allergy or an intolerance to nightshade, which will cause different symptoms. This article looks at the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of nightshade allergies and intolerances.
  • Medical News Today: What is myxedema and how is it treated? May 22, 2018
    Myxedema refers to both a form of severe hypothyroidism and a number of effects that hypothyroidism can have on the skin and other body tissues. Find out here why myxedema occurs, and the symptoms it can cause. We also examine a rare, life-threatening complication called myxedema coma that can occur in untreated cases.
  • Medical News Today: What can cause a burning sensation? May 22, 2018
    A burning sensation can occur anywhere in the body. It may feel like heat, pins and needles, or a sharp, prickly pain. Various conditions cause it, and a correct diagnosis is essential. Here, learn about illnesses that commonly cause burning sensations, as well as when to see a doctor and treatments that can help.
  • Medical News Today: How long does numbness last after the dentist? May 22, 2018
    Going to the dentist for even a simple procedure might require numbing or anesthetic, because the nerves in the teeth are very sensitive. This numb feeling, from Novocaine or other drugs, will last some time after the procedure is finished. Learn more about how long Novocaine lasts, and how to make it wear off faster.
  • Medical News Today: Inflammatory bowel disease may raise Parkinson's risk May 22, 2018
    Having IBD is tied to a 22 percent higher risk of Parkinson's disease, according to a nationwide Danish population study that covered nearly 40 years.
  • Medical News Today: What to know about centrilobular emphysema May 22, 2018
    Centrilobular emphysema is a form of emphysema where the damage begins in the central lobes of the lungs and spreads outward. This is distinct from panlobular emphysema. In this article, we discuss centrilobular emphysema including symptoms, causes, complications, and possible treatments.
  • Medical News Today: Novel gel regrows brain tissue after stroke May 22, 2018
    In a first-of-its kind study, researchers show that a bioengineered gel can help brain tissue to regrow and restore function following a stroke.
  • Medical News Today: Severe asthma: Eczema drug succeeds where others fail May 22, 2018
    Two new studies show that a common eczema drug reduces asthma symptoms and improves lung function in people who have severe asthma.
  • Medical News Today: Are apples good for diabetes? May 22, 2018
    A person with diabetes must monitor the carbohydrate and sugar in their diet. Although apples contain these compounds, they are a healthful choice for people with both type 1 and type 2 diabetes. In this article, find out the effects of apples on blood sugar and insulin levels, plus other fruits to eat for diabetes.
  • Medical News Today: What is the difference between a cyst and a tumor? May 22, 2018
    While cysts and tumors may look and feel similar, there are key differences. Hearing the word “tumor” may be frightening, but many tumors are benign, and while some cysts are harmless, others can cause problems. In this article, learn the difference between cysts and tumors. We also describe conditions that cause them.
  • Medical News Today: How to get a splinter out May 22, 2018
    Splinters are very common but can be painful, especially if they are difficult to remove. In this article, learn about different ways to remove a splinter. These include using tweezers or duct tape and soaking the area. We also explain the signs of infection and when to see a doctor for professional removal.
  • Medical News Today: One egg per day may keep stroke at bay May 22, 2018
    Eating eggs might lower your risk of stroke and heart disease. At least, this is what a new, large-scale study from China now suggests.
  • Medical News Today: How to use essential oils for hair growth May 22, 2018
    Many essential oils show promise for promoting hair growth, including peppermint, bergamot, and jojoba oil. In this article, we look at the best essential oils for hair growth and provide tips on how to use them to get the greatest benefits. We also consider whether there are any risks involved.
  • Medical News Today: Can the Mediterranean diet protect against air pollution? May 22, 2018
    A recently published study concludes that switching to the Mediterranean diet could protect against certain health issues caused by air pollution.
  • Medical News Today: What to know about ulnar tunnel syndrome May 21, 2018
    The ulnar nerve runs all along the arm. When it becomes compressed a person may feel pain and numbness in the outer fingers. This is called ulnar tunnel syndrome. It can be treated using surgery or wrist braces, and nerve gliding exercises may also help. In this article we give an overview of ulnar tunnel […]
  • Medical News Today: Is honey good for asthma? May 21, 2018
    Honey is a common home remedy for sore throats and coughing. It is known to have antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. In this article, we find out whether it can also help to treat asthma symptoms, after exploring a range of scientific studies and research. We also describe risks and other treatments.
  • Medical News Today: What causes abdominal bloating? May 21, 2018
    There are many causes of abdominal bloating, including fluid retention, irritable bowel syndrome, food intolerance, and infection. For most people, the cause of bloating may be fairly harmless and can be treated with simple home remedies. Here, we look at the causes of bloating, what to do, and when to see a doctor.
  • Medical News Today: Could Viagra and a flu shot kill cancer? May 21, 2018
    A Viagra, Cialis, and inactivated flu vaccine combination reduced cancer spread in a mouse model of post-surgery metastasis by helping the immune system.

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