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Cambridge :: United Kingdom | 23 days ago

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Press Association Stephen Hawking tells the Royal College of Surgeons about his near-death experience following pneumonia. Photograph: Philip Toscano/PA Stephen Hawking became so ill during a bout of pneumonia during the 1980s that doctors offered to

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Als :: Denmark | 25 days ago

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His hands lie still, no longer able to dance across a keyboard. But Eric Valor's message grows stronger as a progressive disease lays waste to his body while he organizes a new way to develop lifesaving drugs. From his bed in Aptos, his eyes locking

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Als :: Denmark | 25 days ago

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With every pedal stroke of his modified recumbent tricycle, one Clear Lake man considers himself blessed to still be able to do an activity he loves despite a sobering medical prognosis. "It's my freedom," lifelong cyclist Craig Humburg said, as he

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London :: United Kingdom | 27 days ago

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Dying is not only a physical experience, but also an emotional one we need to consider the feelings of those who are dying.' Photograph: Blend Images/Alamy/Alamy As someone who spent several years caring for dying people, I was delighted to hear Prof

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Iowa City :: IA :: USA | 28 days ago

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The results of our study suggest that walking may provide a safe and easily accessible way of improving the symptoms of Parkinson's disease and improve quality of life, the lead author of the study said. Dr. Ergun Uc of the University of Iowa and the

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New York City :: NY :: USA | 28 days ago

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01 am Photo Exercise may help to keep the brain robust in people who have an increased risk of developing Alzheimer's disease, according to an inspiring new study. The findings suggests that even moderate amounts of physical activity may help to slow

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Als :: Denmark | 30 days ago

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Barely two months earlier, as his 13-year streak of consecutive games played reached 2,130, that moment would have been unthinkable. But the degenerative effects of ALS, now widely known as Lou Gehrig Disease, were so rapid that in less than two

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Als :: Denmark | 1 month ago

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Japanese stemcell scientists have succeeded in slowing the deterioration of mice with motor neurone disease, possibly paving the way for eventual human treatment, according to a new paper. A team of researchers from the Kyoto University and Keio

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Als :: Denmark | 1 month ago

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The scientists managed to successfully transplant progenitor cells derived from induced pluripotent stem cell (IPS) of humans to the spinal medulla of mice, which may mean that the treatment is effective in people, Kyodo news agency reported. The

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Philadelphia :: PA :: USA | 1 month ago

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The NFL agreed Wednesday to remove a $675 million cap on damages from thousands of concussion-related claims after a federal judge questioned whether there would be enough money to cover as many as 20,000 retired players...District Judge Anita Brody

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