Heal-all.org - Medical news and articles on Diseases / Medical news and articles on Social Health, AIDS, Cancer, Diseases, Diet, Human body etc. Children Living In "too much cleaned" Homes Are More Susceptible To DiseasesDiseasesMon, 05 Oct 15 12:09:28 +0300/art/16/diseases/8615/children-living-in-too-much-cleaned-homes-are-more-susceptible-to-diseasesThe study found that children living in very clean homes are more prone to diseases - especially respiratory.Women and Alzheimer’s: Why Keep Silence?DiseasesThu, 20 Mar 14 12:17:06 +0400/art/16/diseases/8594/women-and-alzheimer-s-why-keep-silenceAlzheimer’s is a silent disease we’d rather not talk about. Our reticence speaks to the courage of President Ronald Reagan in moving the conversation into the public arena.Know About Hepatitis CDiseasesTue, 29 Oct 13 15:22:48 +0400/art/16/diseases/8591/know-about-hepatitis-cHepatitis C virus reproduces in the liver causing inflammation and possibly cirrhosis, liver failure, or liver cancer much like the hepatitis B virus. However, HCV is different with its own traits.Hypercortisolism (Cushing Syndrome)DiseasesSun, 06 Jan 13 12:49:38 +0400/art/16/diseases/8587/hypercortisolism-cushing-syndromeElevated levels of glucocorticoids for a prolonged period result in a characteristic combination of clinical features known as Cushing syndrome.Tourette syndrome: Causes, Symptoms and TreatmentsDiseasesFri, 08 Jun 12 09:13:34 +0400/art/16/diseases/8574/tourette-syndrome-causes-symptoms-and-treatmentsThe illness probably affects around three times more in men than women. It causes problems in the development of the brain and spinal cord. There are two main symptoms of Tourette syndrome.How to Avoid AllergiesDiseasesMon, 23 Apr 12 11:31:30 +0400/art/16/diseases/8567/how-to-avoid-allergiesPollen finally arrives from trees, lawn and weeds. Dust is another famous allergen that is exceedingly hard to avoid. How to Avoid and Prevent Allergens.Know about Various Ear DiseasesDiseasesSat, 07 Jan 12 13:18:24 +0400/art/16/diseases/8552/know-about-various-ear-diseasesThere are various kinds of ear illness that can affect anyone of us, that if have gone unnoticed, could stimulate dangerous troubles, which could affect the sense of hearing, thereby bringing about the demand for hearing aids.COPD or chronic obstructive pulmonary diseaseDiseasesThu, 27 Oct 11 16:01:05 +0400/art/16/diseases/8354/copd-or-chronic-obstructive-pulmonary-diseaseA Dutch study found a high percentage of smokers are unaware of suffering from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.Myopathy: The promise of pharmacogeneticsDiseasesFri, 29 Jul 11 14:22:00 +0400/art/16/diseases/7709/myopathy-the-promise-of-pharmacogeneticsThe children with Duchenne muscular dystrophy were able to produce the deficient protein. Hope against muscular dystrophy drug.A supergonococci resistant to all common antibioticsDiseasesMon, 11 Jul 11 18:24:00 +0400/art/16/diseases/7678/a-supergonococci-resistant-to-all-common-antibioticsAntibiotic resistance of gonococci is alarming. A new strain of the bacterium that causes gonorrhea has indeed been identified in Japan. Only one class of antibiotic, which has not yet been tested against the disease could still be effective.E.coli: Undercooked meat is the main sourceDiseasesFri, 17 Jun 11 13:12:00 +0400/art/16/diseases/7588/e-coli-undercooked-meat-is-the-main-sourceGRAPHICS - The consumption of undercooked beef is the main mode of transmission of infection with E. coliMalaria: A promising discoveryDiseasesWed, 27 Apr 11 14:11:00 +0400/art/16/diseases/7390/malaria-a-promising-discoveryThe National Institute of Health and Medical Research (Inserm) announced a breakthrough in the fight against malaria. Transmitted by certain species of mosquitoes, malaria affects about 250 million people worldwide and kills between one and three million.Alzheimer's: The real signals for a correct diagnosisDiseasesTue, 26 Apr 11 15:01:00 +0400/art/16/diseases/7378/alzheimer-s-the-real-signals-for-a-correct-diagnosisThe Journal of the American Association Alzheimer outlines the main diagnostic criteria for the three stages of the disease.Chariots of deathDiseasesWed, 30 Mar 11 10:22:00 +0400/art/16/diseases/7245/chariots-of-deathPreliminary results of a recent American study by researchers at the University of Arizona are clear: over 72% of the 85 carriage handles examined in four states, have markers of faecal bacteria.Hope for Fragile X syndromeDiseasesThu, 06 Jan 11 12:21:00 +0300/art/16/diseases/6321/hope-for-fragile-x-syndromeIt is a glimmer of hope in the fragile X syndrome, the most common cause of inherited mental retardation. A portion of patients respond to a new drug.Malaria: The gorillas infected humansDiseasesMon, 27 Sep 10 10:02:00 +0400/art/16/diseases/5136/malaria-the-gorillas-infected-humansThis large African monkey, now threatened with extinction, is accused of having sent to us, long ago, the agent of malariaDiagnosing Parkinson by examining the colonDiseasesTue, 21 Sep 10 01:04:00 +0400/art/16/diseases/5107/diagnosing-parkinson-by-examining-the-colonAbnormalities caused by parkinsonism were found in the same neurons in the digestive system, according to a new study. If these results are confirmed, a simple biopsy of the colon would therefore assess the severity of the disease.A patient with anemia cured by gene therapyDiseasesFri, 17 Sep 10 11:22:00 +0400/art/16/diseases/5108/a-patient-with-anemia-cured-by-gene-therapyFor the first time, a man was treated for a common disease, beta-thalassemia by gene transfer. Beta-thalassemia is responsible for a deformation of red blood cells, causing their early destruction.End of pandemic influenza A (H1N1)DiseasesTue, 14 Sep 10 09:32:00 +0400/art/16/diseases/5084/end-of-pandemic-influenza-a-h1n1The world enters the post-pandemic, said the World Health Organization. The H1N1 virus has almost ceased to rage, but this does not mean it has completely disappeared. This is the opinion of members of the Emergency Committee.The cockroaches are perhaps the source of future antibioticsDiseasesWed, 08 Sep 10 09:56:00 +0400/art/16/diseases/5028/the-cockroaches-are-perhaps-the-source-of-future-antibioticsThe cockroaches that live in very unhygienic conditions, have developed bactericidal molecules. British researchers have already identified nine in the brain of these insects.