Lyme Disease Signs Step 2 and Step 3. (2nd Step Is Surprising…..)

BY  Jessica Karmasek , Stage 2 Lyme Disease is called late disseminated Lyme disease and the bacteria has spread throughout the body. Stage 3 Lyme Disease Signs involves symptoms in various organs. Symptoms may include; arthritis of one or multiple large joints (usually the knee), confusion, short-term memory loss, inflammation of the heart, inflammation of tissue surrounding […]

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Boom: Trump Admin. Openly Targeting, Deporting Famous Illegals

BY CHRIS GOLDEN Two high-profile illegal immigrants who attained a degree of fame through their activism have been detained and/or deported by the Trump administration after receiving repeated stays in the past, The Daily Caller has reported. Ravidath Ragbir and Jean Montrevil, both prominent figures within the pro-illegal immigration group New Sanctuary Coalition of New York City, were detained […]

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Evidence for Small Fiber Neuropathy in the Cornea of Fibromyalgia Patients

By Gabriel Bassi A new study published in Seminars in Arthritis & Rheumatism indicates that in patients with fibromyalgia the density of small nerve fibers in the cornea is reduced, supporting an evolving concept that fibromyalgia is a small fiber neuropathy. Fibromyalgia is also considered a stress-related syndrome that affects predominantly women. Recent research suggests that fibromyalgia is […]

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Safinamide Improved Motor, Non-Motor Symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease in Post Hoc Analysis of Trial Data

Many patients with Parkinson’s disease (PD) experience motor symptoms such as rigidity and tremor and non-motor symptoms such as pain and depression. Safinamide (Xadago), a third-generation monoamine-oxidase B inhibitor, has a dual mechanism of action that appears to address both categories of PD symptoms simultaneously by enhancing dopaminergic transmission while blocking sodium channels to control […]

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Michael J. Fox is fighting hard against Parkinson’s. But it seems like he might be lossing it

Author: Matthys Pretorius Michael Fox continues to work hard amidst his battle with Parkinson’s disease. The Canadian-American actor’s condition seems to be getting worse, as reported by Native Culture. Fox, 56, who rose to prominence in the early 1980’s, began his fight with Parkinson’s disease in the later 90’s. In 1991, he started developing symptoms […]

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Pfizer, pocketing a big tax cut from Trump, will end investment in Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s research

MICHAEL HILTZIKWith every passing day, it becomes clearer who’s reaping the benefit of the huge tax cut handed over to American corporations by the Republican-dominated Congress in December. Spoiler alert: Not workers or customers, but shareholders, especially the rich ones. (Don’t be fooled by those $1,000 bonuses handed out by a few big companies anxious […]

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Morgan Freeman And Other Celebrities With Fibromyalgia Bravely Speak About Their Condition

Fibromyalgia is one of numerous conditions that are not caught on. Its side effects incorporate across the board muscle agony, exhaustion, and issues with considering, fixation, and memory (now and again called “fibro haze”). Around 5 million American grown-ups have fibromyalgia, as indicated by logical assessments. Fibromyalgia frequently co-happens with different conditions that reason unending […]

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Clinical Science Confirm Fibromyalgia Patients Exhibit Changes in Cerebral Blood Flow

BY JOANA FERNANDES, PHD  Fibromyalgia patients may have different cerebral blood flow parameters compared with the general population, according to a recent study. Researchers say these changes could be linked to clinical pain parameters and emotional factors. The study titled, “Altered cerebral blood flow velocity features in fibromyalgia patients in resting-state conditions,” was published in the journal PLoS […]

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10 Things Your Doctor Won’t Tell You About Parkinson’s Disease

By Kathleen Doheny Every year in the United States, about 60,000 people learn they have Parkinson’s disease, according to the American Parkinson Disease Association. The degenerative disorder strikes the central nervous system, impairing movement and balance, among other issues. If you or a loved one has been recently diagnosed, these 10 things that patients who’ve been living with […]

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