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DubinJohnson Syndrome and Rotor's Syndrome

PostMI syndrome Dressler's syndrome

Toxic Shock Syndrome TSS

Toxic shock syndrome is a rare but very serious illness that can develop rapidly in anyone From a UK population of around 60 million there were about 40 cases reported each year, half of which are a...

Behet's Syndrome

Vasculitis

Vasculitis (plural: vasculitides) refers to a heterogeneous group of disorders that are characterized by inflammatory destruction of blood vessels. Vasculitis is primarily due to leukocyte migration...

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'Exploding Head Syndrome' Surprisingly Common Among Young People

WEDNESDAY, April 1, 2015 -- Nearly one in five young people suffers from what's called "exploding head syndrome," a new study suggests. People with the syndrome are startled awake from sleep by sudden...

Pictures meant to challenge notions of youth homelessness

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - When people read his story and see pictures of him throughout New York City, 25-year-old Derrick Cobb hopes it will change their perception of youth homelessness.

Mouth and eye symptoms in people with rheumatoid arthritis may be Sjögren’s syndrome

People with rheumatoid arthritis who experience symptoms in the eye and mouth may actually have secondary Sjögren’s syndrome, experts report. And as such they should be investigated by having a...

Medical News Today: Gestures and pictures 'boost foreign language learning'

A new study finds people learn foreign words more easily when using several sensory organs. In tests, foreign words with gestures or pictures outperformed verbal learning.

Brain Scans Give Clues to Link Between Alzheimer's, Down Syndrome

FRIDAY, April 17, 2015 -- It's long been known that people with Down syndrome are at higher risk for Alzheimer's disease. Now, research suggests that changes in the brains of people with Down syndrome...

New Tool for Down Syndrome Research

Researchers, clinicians, and other professionals with an interest in Down syndrome can now access deidentified data from DS-Connect: The Down Syndrome Registry, where people in the Down syndrome commu...

Celebrating the Biomedical Achievements on World Down Syndrome Day

Guest Post by Sara Hart Weir, MS, President, National Down Syndrome Society On March 21, we celebrate the 10th Annual World Down Syndrome Day.  It was established and eventually recognized by the U...

Keeping Communities Safe from Ebola-Contaminated Waste

Every day, every bed in an Ebola treatment unit creates approximately 300 liters of liquid waste. Managing this waste has been a challenge in the Ebola outbreak in Liberia. The World Health Organizati...

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Different Timing Features in Brain Processing of Core and Moral Disgust Pictures: An Event-Related Potentials Study.

Disgust, an emotion motivating withdrawal from offensive stimuli, protects us from the risk of biological pathogens and sociomoral violations. Homogeneity of its two types, namely, core and moral disg...

Associations between Klinefelter's syndrome and autoimmune diseases: English national record linkage studies.

Abstract There are reports suggesting that people with Klinefelter's syndrome (KS) may be at increased risk of some autoimmune diseases, but the evidence is not substantial. We wanted to add to the ev...

Plasma filtering techniques for nuclear waste remediation.

Nuclear waste cleanup is challenged by the handling of feed stocks that are both unknown and complex. Plasma filtering, operating on dissociated elements, offers advantages over chemical methods in pr...

The 'Positive Effect' Is Present in Older Chinese Adults: Evidence from an Eye Tracking Study.

The 'Positive Effect' is defined as the phenomenon of preferential cognitive processing of positive affective information, and avoidance or dismissal of negative affective information in the social en...

Altered cortical processing of observed pain in fibromyalgia syndrome patients.

Fibromyalgia syndrome (FMS) is characterised by widespread chronic pain, fatigue, sleep disorders and cognitive-emotional disturbance. FMS patients exhibit increased sensitivity to experimental pain a...

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