• New Parkinson Disease Target for Therapy

    Parkinson’s disease discovery pointing to new therapeutic strategy Parkinson disease (PD), the second-most common neurodegenerative disease to afflict mankind after Alzheimer disease, is the target for intense research. Read on for some amazing new information that should help develop new strategies to treat Parkinson Disease. [sociallocker id = “862”] Reaserchers at The Scripps Research Institute

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  • Gall Stones – FAQs

    Gall Stones by Dr Phanipriya Garikapati, MS, FMAS Gall stones, or Stones in the Gall Bladder, are the commonest problems which afflict the organ. Gall stones can occur in any one – man/woman; child/grown-up, even the aged; thin/fat, and any race or ethnic group. Women are more prone to gall stones than men. The incidence

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  • Addiction – a Disease or Weak Will?

    Is addiction a disease, or is it due to a weakness of character?   The simple answer is that addiction is now considered to be a disease state; but to make it more complex – we like it that way, don’t we? –  weak will adds to the problems.     Are we responsible for

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  • High Fibre Diet Good for Health

    High Fibre diet is good for health. By Dr Phanipriya Garikapati, MS A diet rich in fibre improves constipation – it keeps stools soft and bulky. Highly refined or canned foods poor in fibre tend to cause constipation, and predispose to various anal conditions – anal piles, haemorrhoids, and fissures. Some other diseases prevented by

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