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Rare disease clues found in cell's recycling system
Researchers with the National Institutes of Health uncovered a compound in a cell's recycling system that could lead to a treatment for a rare genetic disease.
New synthetic compound can silence disease-causing genes in mitochondria
Scientists in Japan have successfully silenced disease-causing genes inside mitochondria, the cell's powerhouses, using a novel synthetic compound.
Why bad breath could be an early sign of heart disease
Heart disease is Britain's biggest killer, and sleepless nights and living near a busy road are just some of the factors known to up your risk.
New drug for sickle cell disease
The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the first new drug for sickle cell disease in nearly two decades.
Shift work may damage DNA, increase risk for chronic disease
When people work the night shift, their bodies might have less capacity to repair everyday damage to cells' DNA, a new study found.
Killer fungal disease found in Europe
A fungal disease that had killed wild snakes in North America has been found for the first time in Europe, experts at the Zoological Society of London (ZSL) said.
Link between eczema, heart disease questioned
Researchers at Brown University found that despite previous studies, a common form of eczema does not increase the risk of cardiovascular disease.
Nearly a third of world overweight, risking disease, death: Study
A wide-scale study has revealed that nearly a third of the world's population suffers from obesity and that an increasing number of people are dying of weight-related diseases.
Celiac disease symptoms more likely to be resolved in children
In response to a strict gluten-free diet, celiac disease symptoms are more likely to go away in children than in adults, researchers said.
Daily statins reduces risk of heart disease
Taking statins daily reduces the risk of heart disease or stroke in the over 40s, according to new research.
Eating more fruit lowers risk of heart disease, strokes
Eating more fruit and vegetables can lower the risk of heart disease, strokes and blockages in leg arteries, scientists say.
Some heavy smokers can be immune to smoking-related heart disease
Some heavy smokers can be immune to smoking-related heart disease, new research showed.
Anorexia nervosa diagnosis more common in women with celiac disease
Women with celiac disease may be more likely to also be diagnosed with the eating disorder anorexia nervosa, researchers suggested.
Chronic sinus disease, depression lead to less productivity
A study from the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary shows patients with chronic rhinosinusitis, or CRS, and depression are more likely to miss work or school.
Bullying in childhood linked to chronic disease risk in adults
Researchers from the Mayo Clinic have found bullying during childhood may increase a person's chance of developing lifelong health problems from exposure to chronic stress.
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