What causes periodontitis and how to treat it?

What causes periodontitis and how to treat it?

What is a periodontal disease? Periodontitis is a serious gum infection. It is caused by accumulated bacteria on your gums and teeth. Your teeth and bones can be damaged as a result of a progressed periodontitis. However, the damage of periodontitis can be stopped if you...

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Darko Siracevski | Nov 1, 2019

Sciatic nerve and back pain treatment

Sciatic nerve and back pain treatment

Excerpt: More than 80 percent of adults experience back pain during their lives, but fortunately there are simple and effective ways to ease and prevent sciatic nerve and back pain. These include practicing yoga, limiting the time you spend in bed, staying active and other complementary therapies like...

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Petar Jangelovski | Oct 31, 2019

Animal study shows that uterus plays a role in brain function

Animal study shows that uterus plays a role in brain function

According to conventional medicine, uterus plays a big role in supporting a fetus during pregnancy, but otherwise is dormant. A study in rats, funded by NIA, shows quite the contrary, suggesting that the uterus may affect functions of the brain like memory and learning. The results were published...

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Petar Jangelovski | Oct 30, 2019

Exosomes help track the efficacy of the experimental Parkinson’s drug

Exosomes help track the efficacy of the experimental Parkinson’s drug

Exosomes – nanoscale particles that circulate in the bloodstream, produced by all types of cells, mark the effectiveness of an experimental drug for Parkinson’s disease, according to a new study. The research was led by investigators from the NIA Intramural Research Program and colleagues from...

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Petar Jangelovski | Oct 29, 2019

How to cope with sundown syndrome

How to cope with sundown syndrome

In a few weeks from now, we’ll be setting our clocks back and we’ll experience shorter days and longer nights. Even though there are a lot of things we can look forward to in these fall and winter seasons, such as pumpkin pie, comfy sweaters, and warm fireplaces,...

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Petar Jangelovski | Oct 28, 2019

Motor ability and physical activity linked with better cognition in older adults, even with dementia

Motor ability and physical activity linked with better cognition in older adults, even with dementia

Evidence shows that older adults who are physically active have a lower risk of Alzheimer’s disease and a slower rate of cognitive decline. But exactly how physical activity lowers the risk for Alzheimer’s disease remains unknown. One theory suggests that physical activity prevents the formation...

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Sholem Berkowitz | Oct 27, 2019

What is atherosclerosis, what causes it, symptoms and treatment

What is atherosclerosis, what causes it, symptoms and treatment

Atherosclerosis is a disease in which the arteries are narrowed due to a buildup of plaque. Arteries are the blood vessels that deliver oxygen and other important nutrients from your heart to the tissues of your body. As you get older, cholesterol, fats, and...

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Petar Jangelovski | Oct 26, 2019

Types of cardiovascular disease

Types of cardiovascular disease

The cardiovascular disease not only refers to one condition but rather a number of conditions: Heart disease Heart disease is a disease that affects the heart and blood vessels, including many other problems and many of them are linked to a...

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Darko Siracevski | Oct 25, 2019

Home health care services for seniors

Home health care services for seniors

Do you want to be taken care of at home? Find out about all the services you can have in order to maintain your independence and stay at home for longer. What are some of the home health care services for seniors? Sometimes it...

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Petar Jangelovski | Oct 23, 2019

What causes Xanthelasma and how to treat it?

What causes Xanthelasma and how to treat it?

One of the signs you have Xanthelasma is if you notice yellow patches on the inside corners of your eyelids. The patches are basically made up of cholesterol that’s under your skin. The patches are not dangerous but if you don’t like the way they look, go to...

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Petar Jangelovski | Oct 22, 2019

What is the reason for memory loss?

What is the reason for memory loss?

Imagine this: You’re speaking with your friend, and you can’t wait to tell him about the great book you just finished reading. Out of the blue, you realize you can’t even remember the title of the book. Or maybe you were in a situation where you forgot about...

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Petar Jangelovski | Oct 21, 2019

What you should know before you get vaccinated at a pharmacy

What you should know before you get vaccinated at a pharmacy

The pharmacist in your neighborhood may offer you a cost-effective and convenient way to get you and your family all the essential vaccines. Your local drugstore may be the answer if you need a flu shot or to get up to date on...

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Petar Jangelovski | Oct 20, 2019

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