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Stroke alternative facts and cures
Guardian Liberty Voice
Suffering a stroke is the fourth leading cause of death in the United States, Business Management Daily says. About half of the survivors are able to return to work after a few months, while the other half are experiencing constant fatigue, mobility and speech issues. While the cost of the emergency rooms and medical care are very high, medical experts still agree that prompt intervention by medical professionals is necessary in the instance of a stroke. A review of recent research, however, gives a few suggestions on stroke alternative treatment facts and cures from a more general perspective.
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The alternative road to health and wellness
PsychCentral
Many mental health professionals have long conceded that while temperament is inborn, personality can change a bit over time. Factors that can influence this susceptibility to change include variables such as family, genetics, environment and circumstances, which all serve to contribute to the shaping of an individual's unique personality over the course of a lifetime.
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Researchers: High-dose vitamin C helps ovarian cancer
The Epoch Times
Scientists at the University of Kansas Medical Center have determined that high doses of vitamin C, administered intravenously with traditional chemotherapy, helped kill cancer cells while reducing the toxic effects of chemotherapy for some cancer patients.
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Study shows autism begins during pregnancy
PsychCentral
Emerging research presents new evidence that autism begins during pregnancy. Investigators analyzed 25 genes in postmortem brain tissue of children with and without autism. These included genes that serve as biomarkers for brain cell types in different layers of the cortex, genes implicated in autism and several control genes.
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Strain-specific Lyme disease immunity lasts for years
redOrbit
Lyme disease, if not treated promptly with antibiotics, can become a lingering problem for those infected. But a new study led by researchers from the University of Pennsylvania has some brighter news: Once infected with a particular strain of the disease-causing bacteria, humans appear to develop immunity against that strain that can last six to nine years.
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California GMO food-labeling bill clears committee
Science 2.0
California State Sen. Noreen Evans wants any food that contains a genetically modified ingredient to have a special label declaring it — unless the product is alcohol. It's an odd exemption. The public apparently wants organic, non-GMO beer and even Whole Foods is getting into the organic beer business.
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Researchers: Acupuncture as good as drugs
The Sydney Morning Herald
Acupuncture is just as good as drugs at relieving pain in people's lower backs and from sprained ankles and migraines, a groundbreaking hospital trial has found. The extraordinary finding could open the door to Australian hospitals offering the low-cost Chinese medicine therapy used by more than 1 billion people worldwide for pain relief, particularly in Asia.
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Koch ally to introduce Monsanto-backed bill to bar state GMO labeling laws
RT
Rep. Mike Pompeo will introduce legislation backed by powerful trade groups to prevent states from passing laws requiring the labeling of genetically modified foods, according to reports. The bill is linked to biotech giant Monsanto and Koch Industries.
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Why I got electroconvulsive therapy for my autistic son
Slate (commentary)
Amy S.F. Lutz, president of EASI Foundation, writes: "When I tell people about the electroconvulsive therapy my autistic 15-year-old son Jonah has been getting for the past four years, the response has been ... surprise, certainly. Curiosity. Interest. No horror, no judgment. But that's to be expected from those close to my family: They know we spent the better part of a decade struggling to manage Jonah's aggressive and self-injurious behaviors. Countless therapies, behavior plans, medication trials, and even an almost yearlong hospitalization at one of the nation's premier facilities failed to stop his frequent, intense, and unpredictable rages."
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Stem cell scientist guilty of falsifying data
CNN
Haruko Obokata, a stem cell scientist at the RIKEN Center for Development Biology in Kobe, Japan, has been found guilty of misconduct by a committee of investigators led by her own government-funded institute after other researchers questioned the findings. In January, Obokata, with colleagues both in Japan and in the U.S., published two papers claiming to describe a surprising new way to generate stem cells from already developed cells.
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Missouri lawmakers consider cannabis extract medicine
KSPR-TV
Although Missouri lawmakers are not clamoring to legalize marijuana, key Republican lawmakers appear ready to follow a few states in allowing use of a cannabis extract for people whose epilepsy isn't relieved by other treatments.
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Ancient virus DNA gives stem cells the power to transform
National Geographic
A virus that invaded the genomes of humanity's ancestors millions of years ago now plays a critical role in the embryonic stem cells from which all cells in the human body derive, new research shows. The discovery sheds light on the role viruses play in human evolution and could help scientists better understand how to use stem cells in advanced therapies or even how to convert normal cells into stem cells.
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