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Liver disease deaths spike among young Americans
More Americans, especially young people, are dying of conditions related to liver cirrhosis, according to a new study.
Heart disease deaths rising in India, youngsters at risk
More than one quarter of all deaths in India in 2015 were caused by cardiovascular disease, which is mostly affecting the rural populations and young adults, according to a new study.
Aspirin may help reduce effects of Alzheimer's disease
Daily low doses of aspirin may help reduce the effects of Alzheimer's disease and protect memory, according to a new study.
WHO decides video game addiction is a disease
The World Health Organization (WHO) will include video ‘gaming disorder’ in a new draft of its International Classification of Diseases.
Smoke-free policies linked to lower heart disease risk
Laws that ban smoking at workplaces and other public places are associated with a significantly lower risk of cardiovascular disease, a study of Northwestern University (NU) found.
New Zealand to slaughter 150,000 cows to end disease
New Zealand plans to slaughter about 150,000 cows as it tries to eradicate a strain of disease-causing bacteria from the national herd.
Insecticide-treated clothes effective against disease-carrying ticks
Outdoor enthusiasts: Here's a bit of good tick-fighting news just in time for Memorial Day weekend and the unofficial start of summer.
Drinking more water doesn't slow kidney disease
Drinking an extra four to six extra glasses of water per day won't slow the decline of kidney functions for chronic kidney disease patients, according to a study in Britain and Canada.
Lassa fever: The killer disease with no vaccine
Since the beginning of the year, Nigeria has been gripped by an outbreak of a deadly disease.
Parkinson's disease can be diagnosed with tears
American scientists found that tears may hold clues to whether someone has Parkinson's disease.
Study links weaker brain function to kidney disease in children
Chronic kidney disease may affect brain function in children and teens, especially those on dialysis, researchers said.
Calcium may play a role in the development of Parkinson's disease
Researchers have found that excess levels of calcium in brain cells may lead to the formation of toxic clusters that are the hallmark of Parkinson's disease.
Uncovering early origins of Huntington's disease
With new findings, scientists may be poised to break a long impasse in research on Huntington's disease, a fatal hereditary disorder for which there is currently no treatment.
Human biological clock helps combat inflammatory disease
French scientists have found that people's biological clock can be a vital factor in fighting inflammatory disease such as fulminant hepatitis, a new study suggested.
A new therapeutic avenue for Parkinson's disease
Systemic clearing of senescent astrocytes prevents Parkinson's neuropathology and associated symptoms in a mouse model of sporadic disease, the type implicated in 95 percent of human cases.
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