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28 Dec

Will Cutting Out Meat Help Children Who Wheeze Breathe Easier?

Inflammatory compounds found in cooked meat increase odds of wheezing and sleep disturbances, researchers say.

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18 Jun
Could Fish Oil Supplements Help Fight Depression?

Could Fish Oil Supplements Help Fight Depression?

Fish oil supplements are often touted as good for your heart health, but a new study finds they may also help fight depression.

"Using a combination of laboratory and patient research, our study has provided exciting new insight into how omega-3 fatty acids bring about a...

17 Jun
Living With HIV Raises Odds for Sudden Cardiac Death

Living With HIV Raises Odds for Sudden Cardiac Death

People living with HIV have to take powerful drug cocktails to keep their disease in check, but a new study finds they also need to worry about a doubled risk of sudden cardiac death.

Unlike a heart attack caused by a blocked heart artery, sudden cardiac death can happen...

08 Jun
What Diet Is Most Likely to Help Ease Crohn's Disease?

What Diet Is Most Likely to Help Ease Crohn's Disease?

People who have Crohn's disease often seek to ease their symptoms by changing what they eat, and new research suggests the Mediterranean diet may be their best bet.

The study evaluated one of the commonly used diets for Crohn's disease, known as the specific carbohydrate...

07 Jun
A Woman's Diet Might Help Her Avoid Breast Cancer

A Woman's Diet Might Help Her Avoid Breast Cancer

Women whose diets tend to feed inflammation may have a heightened risk of breast cancer, a preliminary study suggests.

The study, of more than 350,000 women, found that the more "pro-inflammatory" foods women consumed, the higher their breast cancer risk.

The term ...

19 May
First Case of COVID-19 Triggering Recurrent Clots in Patient's Arm

First Case of COVID-19 Triggering Recurrent Clots in Patient's Arm

Researchers have reported the first case of COVID-19 causing dangerous, recurring blood clots in a patient's arm.

The report offers new insight into how the damage of inflammation caused by COVID-19 can linger and how best to treat recurring clots, the Rutgers University...

18 May
Clues to Rare Disorder Affecting Kids With COVID-19

Clues to Rare Disorder Affecting Kids With COVID-19

New insight into a rare and dangerous disorder that can occur in kids with COVID-19 could improve treatment of the condition, researchers say.

Many children infected with SARS-CoV-2 (the virus that causes COVID-19) go undiagnosed or have no symptoms, but about one in 1,0...

13 May
New Drug Shows Promise Against Tough-to-Manage Asthma

New Drug Shows Promise Against Tough-to-Manage Asthma

An experimental injectable drug appears more versatile than existing medications in treating people with different forms of severe, hard-to-control asthma, clinical trial results show.

There are many different types of asthma brought on by many different triggers, and a ...

10 May
COVID-19 Appears to Have No Lasting Impact on College Athletes' Hearts

COVID-19 Appears to Have No Lasting Impact on College Athletes' Hearts

Heart complications are rare among college athletes who have had COVID-19, according to a small study.

"Our findings may offer reassurance to high school athletes, coaches and parents where resources for testing can be limited," said senior author Dr. Ranjit Philip, assi...

30 Apr
Researchers Seek Antiviral Pill That Would Ease COVID Severity

Researchers Seek Antiviral Pill That Would Ease COVID Severity

While COVID-19 research efforts must now shift toward the development of a pill that can prevent serious illness in the recently infected, experts say.

"We need a pill that can keep people out of the hospital, and the time to develop that is right now," Dr. Rajesh Gandhi...

27 Apr
COVID-19 Could Raise Odds for Heart Failure, Even in Those With No Prior Heart Risk

COVID-19 Could Raise Odds for Heart Failure, Even in Those With No Prior Heart Risk

In rare cases, people hospitalized for COVID-19 can develop heart failure, even if their hearts were previously healthy, new research shows.

The researchers found that of over 6,400 COVID-19 patients at their hospital, 0.6% newly developed heart failure. That included ei...

21 Apr
Could Chronic Sinusitis Affect Brain Health?

Could Chronic Sinusitis Affect Brain Health?

As if the headaches and stuffy nose aren't bad enough, chronic sinus trouble often leaves patients foggy-headed and depressed. Now, new research suggests one possible reason why: Sinusitis may trigger changes in brain activity.

"Chronic sinusitis is incredibly common," ...

19 Apr
Are You Eating Foods That Harm Your 'Microbiome'?

Are You Eating Foods That Harm Your 'Microbiome'?

People who eat plenty of vegetables, fish and fiber may have more inflammation-fighting bacteria in their guts, but fast-food lovers may be feeding inflammatory microbes.

That's the conclusion of a new study that looked at people's diet habits and the makeup of their gut...

15 Apr
Rashes Can Occur After COVID Vaccine, But Dermatologists Say 'Don't Worry'

Rashes Can Occur After COVID Vaccine, But Dermatologists Say 'Don't Worry'

Dermatologists liken skin to a window that can reveal what is going on inside the body, and a rash that sometimes follows a COVID-19 vaccine is one example.

When you get the shot, your immune system activates, preparing to recognize and fight off the virus in the future....

14 Apr
Many Kids Who Develop Severe COVID-Linked Syndrome Have Neurologic Symptoms

Many Kids Who Develop Severe COVID-Linked Syndrome Have Neurologic Symptoms

In very rare cases, children infected with the new coronavirus can develop a severe illness known as multisystem inflammatory syndrome (MIS-C). Now, research finds that these young patients often develop neurologic symptoms along with the respiratory issues they might face.

14 Apr
Research Shows Links Between Gum Disease and Alzheimer's

Research Shows Links Between Gum Disease and Alzheimer's

Don't forget to floss: New research adds to evidence linking gum disease with Alzheimer's disease.

The mouth is home to both harmful bacteria that promote inflammation and healthy, protective bacteria, the study authors explained.

In the new study, the researchers...

12 Apr
Had Facial Fillers? What You Need to Know About COVID Vaccines

Had Facial Fillers? What You Need to Know About COVID Vaccines

Once you've landed that coveted coronavirus vaccine appointment, you'll likely have to fill out a form on your medical history and whether you're allergic to any of the vaccine's ingredients. But there could be another question waiting for you: Have you ever had dermal filler ...

08 Apr
Not Just Keyboards: Many Types of Workers Can Develop Carpal Tunnel

Not Just Keyboards: Many Types of Workers Can Develop Carpal Tunnel

In a discovery that shows carpal tunnel syndrome doesn't strike just office workers, researchers report that people who work in construction or manufacturing have a higher risk of carpal tunnel syndrome than those with desk jobs.

Why the higher rates of injury among manu...

31 Mar
He Watched His Hospitalized Son Battle COVID-Linked Illness

He Watched His Hospitalized Son Battle COVID-Linked Illness

In January, the coronavirus swept through Brian and Maria Padla's family of seven in Philadelphia, starting with their oldest daughter, 16, and then infecting Brian, Maria, and their four younger children.

The virus seemingly came and went without much fanfare for the fa...

26 Mar
'Zombie Genes' Spur Some Brain Cells to Grow Even After Death

'Zombie Genes' Spur Some Brain Cells to Grow Even After Death

When people die some cells in their brains go on for hours, even getting more active and growing to gargantuan proportions, new research shows.

Awareness of this activity, spurred on by "zombie genes," could affect research into diseases that affect the brain.

For ...

22 Mar
COVID-19 May Trigger Long-Term Thyroid Issues: Study

COVID-19 May Trigger Long-Term Thyroid Issues: Study

Yet another organ seems to be affected by a bout of COVID-19: the thyroid.

Italian researchers have examined the thyroids of dozens of patients who've recovered from moderate-to-severe cases of COVID-19. The study found evidence that SARS-CoV-2 infection may trigger an i...

17 Mar
Some Long Haul COVID Patients Are Feeling Better After Vaccination

Some Long Haul COVID Patients Are Feeling Better After Vaccination

For many, it's like emerging suddenly from a long, dark tunnel.

Some people who've been laid low for months by so-called "long haul" symptoms after a coronavirus infection say that within days of getting their COVID-19 vaccine, those symptoms nearly disappeared.

Sp...

17 Mar
Could a Yeast Found in Cheese Be Key to Easing Crohn's Disease?

Could a Yeast Found in Cheese Be Key to Easing Crohn's Disease?

A new tissue infection has been identified in Crohn's disease patients, and researchers say their finding could ultimately lead to better treatment of the common inflammatory bowel disease.

Areas of unhealed wounds in the intestines of Crohn's patients have elevated leve...

04 Mar
She Barely Survived a Severe Form of COVID-19 Hitting Kids

She Barely Survived a Severe Form of COVID-19 Hitting Kids

Like many people this past year, teenager Tyona Montgomery began experiencing a sore throat and a loss of sense of smell and taste in November that suggested she might have COVID-19.

A positive test confirmed it, but she quickly felt better.

Then, just two weeks la...

03 Mar
Does an Arthritis Drug Help Patients Battling Severe COVID? It Depends on the Study

Does an Arthritis Drug Help Patients Battling Severe COVID? It Depends on the Study

Two new studies suggest that the jury is still out on whether the arthritis drug tocilizumab helps those with severe COVID-19.

Both reports were published recently in the New England Journal of Medicine. The first, from scientists at the University of California...

11 Feb
COVID Vaccine Reaction Can Mimic Breast Cancer Symptoms, But Doctors Say 'Don't Panic'

COVID Vaccine Reaction Can Mimic Breast Cancer Symptoms, But Doctors Say 'Don't Panic'

One side effect of COVID-19 vaccination is creating undue fear among women, causing them to worry that they might have breast cancer.

Both the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines can cause lymph nodes to swell, particularly those in the armpit on the side where the shot was rece...

11 Feb
Genes Could Raise COVID Risks for People With Down Syndrome

Genes Could Raise COVID Risks for People With Down Syndrome

Certain genetic factors in people with Down syndrome may increase their COVID-19 risks.

Previous studies have found that people with Down syndrome are 10 times more likely to die from COVID-19, and experts have said they should be among those given priority for vaccinati...

09 Feb
Add Gum Disease to List of Risk Factors for Severe COVID-19

Add Gum Disease to List of Risk Factors for Severe COVID-19

Keep flossing: A new study finds that gum disease may raise the chances of hospitalization or death if COVID-19 strikes.

The reason? Gum disease can be a sign of inflammation throughout the body.

"It is well-established that systemic inflammation is not only linke...

25 Jan
Strong Blood Thinners May Help COVID Patients, But Degree of Illness Is Key

Strong Blood Thinners May Help COVID Patients, But Degree of Illness Is Key

Full doses of blood thinners can benefit patients hospitalized with COVID-19, but the severity of their illness matters, researchers say.

The new global analysis found that hospitalized patients with moderate COVID-19 may benefit from the drugs' clot-preventing powers,...

25 Jan
How Smoking Could Help Spur Breast Cancer's Spread

How Smoking Could Help Spur Breast Cancer's Spread

Here's one reason why past or current smoking may handicap you if you are battling breast cancer: New research suggests that nicotine promotes the spread of the disease to your lungs.

Smoking is known to increase the risk that breast cancer will spread, which lowers the ...

21 Jan
Arthritis Drug Tocilizumab Flops as COVID-19 Treatment

Arthritis Drug Tocilizumab Flops as COVID-19 Treatment

The arthritis drug tocilizumab doesn't help hospital patients with severe COVID-19, according to a new study that contradicts earlier research suggesting that it might aid recovery.

In fact, patients receiving tocilizumab had a higher risk of death, so the trial was hal...

13 Jan
New Insights Into How COVID-19 Damages the Brain

New Insights Into How COVID-19 Damages the Brain

New research offers a novel explanation for the long-term brain problems many COVID-19 patients experience.

Many coronavirus patients report headaches and "brain fog" for weeks or months after they recover from respiratory symptoms. It's been believed that these lingerin...

05 Jan
Could Umbilical Cord Stem Cells Be a Lifesaver Against Severe COVID-19?

Could Umbilical Cord Stem Cells Be a Lifesaver Against Severe COVID-19?

Stem cells derived from a baby's umbilical cord can help save the lives of the sickest COVID-19 patients, results from a small new clinical trial suggest.

Severely ill COVID patients who received two intravenous doses of stem cells three days apart were much more likely ...

31 Dec
Vaping May Addle the Adolescent Brain

Vaping May Addle the Adolescent Brain

Teenagers who use e-cigarettes may be at increased risk of "mental fog," a new study suggests.

The study, of thousands of U.S. teens, found that those who vaped were three times more likely than their peers to report problems with concentration, memory and decision-...

31 Dec
Scans Reveal How COVID-19 Can Harm the Brain

Scans Reveal How COVID-19 Can Harm the Brain

Blood vessel damage and inflammation in the brains of deceased COVID-19 patients suggest the damage is not caused by the virus, but the body's immune response to it.

Researchers from the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) consistently found signs of damage caused b...

29 Dec
Why Do Obese People Have Higher Risk From COVID-19?

Why Do Obese People Have Higher Risk From COVID-19?

Respiratory problems and other factors -- not inflammation -- may explain why obese people are more likely to have severe COVID-19 and die from it, according to a new study.

Other studies have shown that overweight and obese COVID-19 patients are more likely to be admitt...

28 Dec
Could Going Vegetarian Lower Kids' Asthma Risk?

Could Going Vegetarian Lower Kids' Asthma Risk?

Compounds in meat may trigger wheezing in some children that can potentially lead to asthma or other respiratory conditions, a new study suggests.

These compounds, called advanced glycation end products (AGEs), are released as meat is cooked at high temperatures while gr...

17 Dec
I've Lost My Sense of Smell: Is It COVID?

I've Lost My Sense of Smell: Is It COVID?

While loss of smell is a symptom of COVID-19, don't panic -- there are a variety of other possible causes, one expert says.

"It can be due to nasal or sinus inflammation, or other viral infections distinct from COVID-19," explained Dr. Bobby Tajudeen, director of rhinolo...

15 Dec
Body Temperature Higher in Patients With Rheumatoid Arthritis

Body Temperature Higher in Patients With Rheumatoid Arthritis

Rheumatoid arthritis patients who are in remission have significantly higher body temperatures than people without the joint disease, new research shows.

The study included 32 rheumatoid arthritis patients who were in remission and a healthy "control" group of 51 people ...

08 Dec
More Clues to Why Kids Have Much Milder COVID-19

More Clues to Why Kids Have Much Milder COVID-19

A stronger immune system and healthier blood vessels are among reasons kids are less likely than adults to have severe COVID-19, according to experts who reviewed research from around the world.

"Most children with COVID-19 have no or only mild symptoms, most commonly fe...

01 Dec
Could Dirty Air Help Speed Alzheimer's?

Could Dirty Air Help Speed Alzheimer's?

Older adults exposed to air pollution might have a heightened risk of abnormal "plaque" accumulation in the brain, a new study suggests.

Plaques refer to clumps of protein called beta-amyloid that build up in the brains of people with Alzheimer's disease. In the new stud...

09 Nov
Hot Discovery: Chili Peppers Might Extend Your Life

Hot Discovery: Chili Peppers Might Extend Your Life

The spice that adds punch to your favorite Kung Pao chicken, Tex-Mex chili or Indian curry may also help save your life.

Preliminary research shows that eating chili pepper may reduce your risk of death from heart disease, cancer and other causes, building on past studie...

26 Oct
Dangerous COVID-19 Syndrome First Seen in Kids Also Strikes Adults

Dangerous COVID-19 Syndrome First Seen in Kids Also Strikes Adults

When the new coronavirus pandemic first began, respiratory distress immediately became the hallmark of severe COVID-19 illness. News reports focused on the inability to breathe, low oxygen saturation levels and the alarming need for ventilators.

But six months later,...

09 Oct
'Love Hormone' Could Hold Key to Treating COVID

'Love Hormone' Could Hold Key to Treating COVID

The so-called love hormone, oxytocin, may be worth investigating as a treatment for COVID-19, a new study suggests.

One of the most serious complications of infection with the new coronavirus is a "cytokine storm," in which the body attacks its own tissues.

05 Oct
Human Biology Appears to Have Two Seasons, Not Four: Study

Human Biology Appears to Have Two Seasons, Not Four: Study

The human body apparently disagrees with Mother Nature on how many seasons there are.

Instead of four seasons, human biology appears to have two, according to a team of Stanford University researchers.

"We're taught that the four seasons -- winter, spring, ...

30 Sep
Mental Health Issues Double the Odds of Dying With COVID-19, Study Finds

Mental Health Issues Double the Odds of Dying With COVID-19, Study Finds

People suffering from a psychiatric disorder could be more than twice as likely to die if they become infected with COVID-19, a new study suggests.

Folks diagnosed with any type of psychiatric problem -- anxiety or depression, dementia, psychosis -- were up to 2.3 ti...

29 Sep
Exposing Babies to Wheat Very Early Might Prevent Celiac Disease: Study

Exposing Babies to Wheat Very Early Might Prevent Celiac Disease: Study

Childhood risk for developing the allergic/autoimmune disorder known as celiac disease might be eliminated if infants were exposed to gluten as early as 4 months of age, new British research suggests.

The observation is based on work with 1,300 infants. Half were ex...

15 Sep
Some Psoriasis Meds May Also Help Prevent Heart Disease

Some Psoriasis Meds May Also Help Prevent Heart Disease

Biologic therapy for the skin condition psoriasis may reduce patients' risk of heart disease, new research suggests.

Chronic inflammation in people with psoriasis is associated with the development of plaque in heart arteries, which increases the risk of coronary art...

10 Aug
Blood Test Might Spot Most Dangerous COVID-19 Cases

Blood Test Might Spot Most Dangerous COVID-19 Cases

A simple blood test may predict which COVID-19 patients are likely to get worse and die, a new study suggests.

"When we first started treating COVID-19 patients, we watched them get better or get worse, but we didn't know why," said researcher Dr. Juan Reyes. He's a...

03 Aug
Could the First Drug That Slows Arthritis Be Here?

Could the First Drug That Slows Arthritis Be Here?

There are currently no medications that can slow down the common form of arthritis that strikes aging knees and hips. But a new study suggests a powerful, and expensive, anti-inflammatory drug could potentially do just that.

The drug, called canakinumab (Ilaris), is ...

23 Jul
Steroids Other Than Dexamethasone May Also Help Battle COVID-19

Steroids Other Than Dexamethasone May Also Help Battle COVID-19

The steroid medication dexamethasone has been proven to help people severely ill with COVID-19. Now a new study hints that other drugs in the same class may also work -- in the right patients.

The findings are from a review of one hospital's experience, not a clinica...

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