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New Class of Drug Shows Promise for COPD

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January 12, 2014

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Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, News

New Class of Drug Shows Promise for COPD
Scientists are working to develop a new drug that uses a dual-pronged approach to treat respiratory diseases like chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and asthma. Their research has been published in the Lancet Respiratory Medicine. This new type of drug was designed to reverse the narrowing of the airways caused… Read More
 

3 High Intensity Exercises that can Lower Cholesterol

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January 6, 2014

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3 High Intensity Exercises that can Lower Cholesterol
By now you know that exercise is a great way to keep cholesterol at a healthy level. Regular physical fitness combined with a healthy diet can control body weight and prevent high cholesterol. However, recent high cholesterol clinical studies have shown that high intensity workouts can help lower LDL (“bad”)… Read More
 

New Genetic Insights Could Lead to Better RA Therapies

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December 28, 2013

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New Genetic Insights Could Lead to Better RA Therapies
The completion of the largest rheumatoid arthritis genetics study on record has significantly improved our understanding of the genetic basis and biology of this chronic autoimmune disease. There is now solid evidence to suggest that large-scale genetic studies could help researchers identify new drug targets for complex illnesses such as… Read More
 

How Have Clinical Trials Improved Life in Alabama?

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December 12, 2013

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Alabama Clinical Trials, News

How Have Clinical Trials Improved Life in Alabama?
Would you be surprised to learn that the average life expectancy in the U.S. has practically doubled over the last century? It’s true, and in large part thanks to the advancements made through clinical trials. This was the sentiment shared by Art Tipton, the CEO of Southern Research Institute, and… Read More
 

6 Tips for Managing COPD Over the Holidays

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December 7, 2013

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6 Tips for Managing COPD Over the Holidays
The holidays can bring plenty of cheer –  they can also bring plenty of stress. This is especially true for people living with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). The fear of experiencing an exacerbation may even keep you from participating in this festive season at all.   You don’t want… Read More
 

5 Reasons You Aren’t Getting Results with the Paleo Diet

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November 26, 2013

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5 Reasons You Aren’t Getting Results with the Paleo Diet
Many people adopt the paleo diet in order to improve their health and physique. It’s easy for paleo beginners to get wrapped up in the success stories and testimonials decorating most resource sites. Unfortunately this does not prepare someone for what happens when their body doesn’t reflect their healthier eating… Read More
 

5 Keys to Managing Your Child’s Asthma

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November 21, 2013

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5 Keys to Managing Your Child’s Asthma
Children with asthma can experience episodes for a variety of reasons. Some might have issues during a sporting event while others may deal with sudden attacks at night. No matter what the cause, parents can be left with a sense of helplessness. Just know that even the worst asthma symptoms… Read More
 

Stopping Diabetes in Its Tracks This November

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November 5, 2013

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Stopping Diabetes in Its Tracks This November
Type 2 diabetes (T2D) occurs when the body is no longer able to effectively metabolize sugar for it’s cells. Slowly, the blood sugar levels rise, cells are starved for energy and overall health starts to decline. Fortunately, this disease can be be prevented if caught early on – during the… Read More
 

6 Tips for Eating Paleo on a Budget

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November 1, 2013

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6 Tips for Eating Paleo on a Budget
We have covered numerous topics concerning the paleo diet, but now we will look at how one can keep it strictly paleo while living on a more restricted grocery budget. Please note that some of these tips may require that you allocate more of your budget to food each week/month.… Read More
 

Motion-Controlled Video Games for Fibromyalgia

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October 19, 2013

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Fibromyalgia, News

Motion-Controlled Video Games for Fibromyalgia
New research indicates that motion-controlled video games (for example Nintendo Wii, PlayStation 3 Move, and Microsoft Xbox Kinect) may provide benefits to individuals with fibromyalgia. Participants (all of whom had been diagnosed with this syndrome) went through five sessions on the systems mentioned above and described their symptoms before and… Read More
 
 
 

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