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May 14, 2019

Baby boomers and hepatitis C: What’s the connection?

Because those in the baby boom generation account for around 75% of hepatitis C cases, the CDC and USPSTF are recommending that all baby boomers should […]
May 14, 2019

Physical Activity Reduces Rheumatoid Arthritis Risk in Women

Researchers found data that showed that metabolic factors play a role in the onset of rheumatoid arthritis, and that in women, weight loss interventions and exercise […]
May 13, 2019

Personalized Combination Therapies Yield Better Cancer Outcomes

Gratifying progress has been made recently in an emerging area of cancer medicine called precision oncology. Gratifying progress has been made recently in an emerging area […]
May 13, 2019

Study Eyes Physical, Mental Differences Between Children with MS, ADS

Comparing children with MS to those with acute demyelinating syndromes (ADS) highlights the implications of fatigue, depression, and quality of life. Retrospective comparison between children with multiple […]
May 10, 2019

MSAA Recognizes Ten Years of Artwork from Individuals with Multiple Sclerosis

The Multiple Sclerosis Association of America (MSAA) is pleased to recognize ten years of sharing incredible artwork from artists in the multiple sclerosis (MS) community through […]
May 10, 2019

Cancer patients, doctors find healing, health in exercise 

UNC Lineberger researchers are working to expand Get Real and Heel, a free exercise program for cancer survivors at the N.C. Cancer Hospital. When she was […]
May 9, 2019

1 in 2 Crohn’s patients psychologically distressed

New research has found that only 16% of Crohn’s patients are asked about their mental health by their doctor. This needs to change. New research has […]