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Scientists Discover a Fundamental Aggravating Factor in Autoimmune Diseases

Mice in which the scientists deactivated the PTP1B protein in B-cells have immune complex deposition (red) in their kidney. The same development …

"Natural Autoimmune Disease Treatment Options," A New Article On Vkool.com, Reveals Some Tips For Treating Autoimmune

<i>“Natural Autoimmune Disease Treatment Options,” a new article on the website Vkool.com uncovers effective techniques on how to cure …

EPFL-Start Up Invents New Treatment for Autoimmune Diseases

<b>EPFL-Start Up Invents New Treatment for Autoimmune Diseases</b><p>EPFL start-up Anokion has developed technology for retraining white blood cells that holds …

Autoimmune diseases may succumb to new drug strategy

New pharmaceuticals to fight autoimmune diseases, such as multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis and psoriasis, may be identified more effectively …

September: Scientists discover how to ‘switch off’ autoimmune diseases

Rather than the body’s immune system destroying its own tissue by mistake, researchers at the University of Bristol have discovered how cells convert …

How to 'turn off' autoimmune diseases revealed

Autoimmune Diseases Like MS Can Be "Switched Off," According To Bristol Scientists

Researchers from the <b>University of Bristol</b> have found a way of convert the function of cells into protecting the body instead of destroying healthy …

Silencing the Inner War: Autoimmune Disease Breakthrough

University of Bristol researchers have discovered how to stop cells from attacking healthy body tissue in debilitating autoimmune diseases (such as …

Immunotherapy

Autoimmune Disease - Causes, Symptoms, Tests and Treatment

What is an Autoimmune Disease?<p>Autoimmune disease develops when your body's immune system treats healthy cells in your body as foreign cells and …

Immune System

'Civil war' in immune system can fight disease

<b>The immune system can be trained to attack itself to reverse a devastating autoimmune disease, in animal studies.</b><p>US researchers treated <i>Pemphigus vulgaris</i> in mice by instigating civil war within the immune system, and say the approach could work in people.<p>Experts said the treatment, published in the …

Autoimmune Disease Could Be Reversed With New Method

Scientists discovered a way to potentially reverse autoimmune diseases.<p>Researchers uncovered how cells convert from being aggressive to protecting …

A ‘just-add-water’ kit to make instant drugs and vaccines could fix health care access in rural areas

Soon, getting medical assistance to rural areas—where half of the world’s population still lives—won’t be hindered by power outages anymore.<p>In developing countries (where the majority of the world’s rural residents live), infrastructure is weak, there is a dearth of qualified medical personnel, and …

University of Toronto

Eustachian Tube Dysfunction

My Ear Feels Full or Makes Noises: Popping, Crackling, Fluid-Sensation<br>(Eustachian Tube Dysfunction)<p><b>by Dr. Christopher Chang</b>, last modified on …

Some Facts About Q-Tips and Ears

at<p>3/17/2013<p>/<p>Posted by<p>Fauquier ENT<p>/<p>1 COMMENTS<p>In this week's episode of "Girls" (Season 2; Episode 9 "Girls Gets Dark"), Hannah grappling with OCD, …

Turbinate Reduction

Coblation Turbinate Reduction for Nasal Congestion, Obstruction, & Rhinitis<p><b>by Dr. Christopher Chang</b>, last modified on 11/22/17<br>If you like this …

Diagnose An Ear Infection With A Smartphone Accessory

Now ear this<p>Is there anything that's worse than having a child who <i>might</i> be suffering from an ear infection? (Other, of course, than being said child.) A new device hopes to make those cases easier to diagnose by taking advantage of the powers of your smartphone.<p>Like the Peek Portable Eye Exam Kit, …

Earwax and Care

Good intentions to keep ears clean may weaken the ability to hear. The ear is a delicate and intricate body part, including the skin of the ear canal …

Discovery of distinct peptides in brains of Alzheimer’s patients could help diagnosis

Alzheimer’s patients with different medical histories might possess distinct variants of amyloid beta fibrils—the basic component of the plaque-like …

Scientists closer to Alzheimer's cure

Scientists said they may have developed a drug that could work against Alzheimer's, Parkinson's and other brain disorders that share a similar mechanism.<p>Still at a very early and experimental stage, the drug blocks disruption of the brain's defence system, something that boosts neurodegenerative …

How A Simple New Invention Seals A Gunshot Wound In 15 Seconds

An Oregon startup has developed a pocket-size device that uses tiny sponges to stop bleeding fast.<p>When a soldier is shot on the battlefield, the emergency treatment can seem as brutal as the injury itself. A medic must pack gauze directly into the wound cavity, sometimes as deep as 5 inches into …

No More Knife: The Stem-Cell Shortcut To Injury Recovery

Stephan Drake was halfway down a backcountry ski run in Alaska last March, filming with Sweetgrass Productions and Patagonia, when he aired over a steep spine onto an unexpected wind crust. The snow grabbed his right ski and Drake felt the unmistakable <i>snap!</i> of his knee ripping apart as he rolled …

Medicine

Scientists find key to 'turbo-charging' immune system to kill all cancers

Imperial College scientists are developing a gene therapy designed to boost immune cells<p>A protein which ‘turbo-charges’ the immune system so that it can fight off any cancer or virus has been discovered by scientists.<p>In a breakthrough described as a ‘game-changer’ for cancer treatment, researchers …

Will ‘VIP’ protect us from the flu and HIV and malaria?

Efforts to develop broadly effective vaccines for HIV and malaria have had limited success. Now scientists are testing a totally different …

Public Health