Parkinson’s symptoms disappeared with exercise, man claims ‘Use it or lose it’

Parkinson’s symptoms disappeared with exercise, man claims ‘Use it or lose it’

Parkinson’s disease There is no cure, but multiple studies have shown that exercise can relieve symptoms and slow progression. A recent review published in Cochrane Library – led by Dr. Elke Kalbe, professor of medical psychology at the University of Cologne, Germany – analyzed data from nearly 8,000 people around the world with Parkinson’s. Researchers … Read more

Did you miss your steps today? You’re still on track for health

Did you miss your steps today?  You’re still on track for health

By Alan Moses HealthDay Reporter (Health Day) WEDNESDAY, March 29, 2023 (HealthDay News) — For those who want to get active but feel that joining a gym or exercising daily is a bridge too far, new research may have hit the sweet spot: walking. After comparing the walking habits of 3,100 adults with health outcomes … Read more

First ever case of a human being affected by a deadly plant fungus

First ever case of a human being affected by a deadly plant fungus

An Indian mushroom hunter has contracted a fungal disease that kills plants in a world first. The 61-year-old sought help after suffering from flu-like symptoms and swallowing problems for three months. Mystified doctors performed scans that revealed he had an abscess in his trachea. Surgeons drained the pus and sent samples to a lab, which … Read more

Cancer Symptoms: Warning Signs Of Anal Cancer That May Show Up On The Toilet

Cancer Symptoms: Warning Signs Of Anal Cancer That May Show Up On The Toilet

TIMESOFINDIA.COM | Last updated on – March 29, 2023, 4:00 PM IST Receive notifications about the latest TOI news Cancer warning signs in the toilet Cancer symptoms may not appear at all or may be vague, leading to a late diagnosis. However, the delay can have serious consequences for possible treatment, which is why it … Read more

Exclusive: The WHO is considering adding drugs for obesity to the list of ‘essential’ medicines

Exclusive: The WHO is considering adding drugs for obesity to the list of ‘essential’ medicines

LONDON, March 29 (Reuters) – Drugs that fight obesity could for the first time be included on the World Health Organization’s “list of essential medicines” used to guide government purchasing decisions in low- and middle-income countries, it said. UN agency to Reuters. A panel of WHO advisers will review new drug applications next month, with … Read more