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Garcinia Cambogia Slim Plus For Weight Loss Why do our weight loss plans fail? Why is my willpower so weak? The problem is much more complex than you think but the solution is very simple. Improving hormonal balance can help significantly in reducing fat storage and burning unnecessary fats. Weight Loss …

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Hole in One

Sean Kelley surprised his friends and family when he decided at the end of his studies that he did not want to be a doctor. For years, the medical school had been the plan, but as he was going through educational rotations and the application process, he realized that his …

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Facing MS

When Ronda Giangreco, cook and author, woke up one morning in 2008 with numbness on the left side of her body, she thought it might be a temporary effect of too many glasses of wine during a visit to California wine country the day before. But when the sensation did …

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Rheumatology Patient Stories

Living with a chronic illness can be confusing and frustrating. There are daily struggles, a variety of treatments, side effects, outbreaks and impacts on families. Below, read the stories of people with rheumatic diseases. Brandon Granulomatosis with Polyangiitis The race was the passion of Brandon Hudgin. He trained and competed …

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Extrapolation Explained

The extrapolation has potential benefits, including the shortening of the time required for the study of a biosimilar before its approval. This can help patients and their doctors to have more choices for treating serious or life-threatening illnesses. However, there are a number of scientific issues surrounding the extrapolation that …

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Nephrology Patient Stories

Living with a chronic illness can be confusing and frustrating. There are daily struggles, a variety of treatments, side effects, outbreaks and impacts on families. Below, read the stories of people living with kidney disorders. Brandon Granulomatosis with Polyangiitis The race was the passion of Brandon Hudgin. He trained and …

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Autoimmune Disease 101

People may be aware of autoimmune diseases such as type 1 diabetes or rheumatoid arthritis, but there are many other types of diseases that people may not be aware of. Autoimmune diseases are a family of more than 80 chronic diseases, often debilitating and, in some cases, life-threatening. According to …

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Getting Diagnosed with GCA

Giant cell arteritis (GCA), often referred to as "temporal arteritis," is a chronic and severe form of vasculitis, a condition in which blood vessels become inflamed. In people over the age of 50, ACG is the most common form of vasculitis, affecting approximately 220,000 people in the United States. 1 …

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Insight to Inhibitor

"We are not measuring just one result – we are doing an overall assessment of how a new experimental treatment can potentially improve a person's overall health," says Udo Klein, Ph.D., head of the project team. "This is what makes this disease so difficult because it always manifests itself differently …

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What’s Wrong With This Picture?

A national study published in JAMA Ophthalmology found that 88% of Americans think that good eyesight is important for overall health. And almost 50% believe that losing sight would have a greater impact on their daily lives than losing a member, their memory, their hearing or their language. 1 According …

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A Global Practice

"From elementary school, I knew that I loved science. I do not know exactly why – I do not have any family members who are doctor or doctor," says Jorge What he did was a donation for research.As a high school science competitor, he isolated antibiotics from the soil and …

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Two Scientists Walk Into a Bar

From research on cancer vaccines to why we are feeling pain, scientists are tackling some of the biggest challenges in human biology. Want to know what they are working on? Raise a stool with facilitator Jane Grogan, senior scientist of cancer immunology at Genentech, for "Two Scientists Enter a Bar". …

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Understanding the MS Mindset

The unpredictability of the disease has led people with MS and their support partners to worry about the symptoms they may have in the future. After physical symptoms, 77% of people with MS cognitive changes, while 72% of supportive partners were more concerned about emotional changes, such as depression and …

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Parenting Fails that Won’t Doom Your Kids Life

Parenting is really difficult and, despite our best intentions, no parent gets it completely 100% of the time. When it comes to parenting, we have to accept that embarrassing blunders are just for the course. The advantage – other than having that adorable pack of mischievous energy in your life …

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