Health Studies in the News

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Infertility Treatment and MS Linked: Can Cause Worse Symptoms

Multiple Sclerosis is an autoimmune disease that affects approximately 2.5 million individuals around the world. Approximately twice as many women ...

Study Suggests Juvenile Arthritis A Distinct Disease

New research suggests that children with arthritis would benefit greatly from targeted treatments, as the cartilage in their joints breaks ...

Cancer Progression May Be Delayed With New Melanoma Treatment

Researchers have discovered that a two-drug combination can delay treatment residence in patients with advanced melanoma. ...

Study Says Dementia Risk With Sleeping Pills: Seniors At Risk

A recent study suggests that individuals over the age of 65 who have taken certain sleeping pills or anti-anxiety drugs ...

Pregnancy A Benefit For Women With Bipolar Disorder?

The lead author of a study funded by the Ontario Mental Health Foundation suggests that pregnancy could have a positive ...

New Study Finds Brain Inflammation to Be Treatable

A new study conducted by DR. Orser and Dr. Wang in Toronto has suggested that using drugs to target the ...

Possible Link Between Antibiotics and Inflammatory Bowel Disease

A new study suggests that the early use of antibiotics may be linked to an increased risk of inflammatory bowel ...

Vigorous Exercise Reduces Nicotine Cravings: Study

A new British study found that vigorous exercise may benefit smokers who are trying to quit. ...

Experimental Multiple Sclerosis Drug Shows Promise in Study

An experimental pharmaceutical used to treat multiple sclerosis has shown a significant ability to reduce relapse rates, a new clinical ...

Study: BPA May Cause Childhood Obesity

Bisphenol-A, commonly known as BPA, has been linked with childhood obesity in numerous studies. ...

Study: 20-Minute Workouts Reduce Diabetes Risk in Children

Want to keep your kids healthy and reduce the risk of diabetes? A new clinical trial has concluded that 20 ...

Study: Only Children More Likely to Become Overweight

According to a recent study performed at the University of Gothenburg in Sweden, children with no siblings are more likely ...

Study: Sleeping Well May Help You Lose Weight and Keep it Off

Looking to lose weight? Go to bed. ...

Acetaminophen and Ibuprofen Linked to Hearing Loss in Women

Taking pain relievers like Advil and Tylenol might be doing you more harm than good. ...

Work Stress Leads to Higher Risk of Heart Attacks, Coronary Heart Disease

Researchers have linked a condition they call “job strain” to higher heart attack and coronary heart disease rates. ...