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BioNewsFeeds 04/18/2019 22:00
This post was originally published on this site Editor’s note: “Need to Know” is a series inspired by common forum questions and comments from readers. Have a comment or question about MS? Visit our forum. This week’s question is inspired by the forum topic “Gadolinium – The contrast agent used in MRI scans,” from April 10, 2018. […]. The post Need to Know: Do I Need Contrast Dye for an MRI? appeared first on BioNewsFeeds .
BioNewsFeeds 04/18/2019 16:00
This post was originally published on this site I spend a great deal of time in my head. I think. A lot. Perhaps I do so more than I should, but then again, it is a haven at times. My thoughts run the gamut from the serious to the inane. Today my thoughts are more […]. The post The DMT Decision: Tried and True or Shiny and New? appeared first on BioNewsFeeds .
BioNewsFeeds 04/18/2019 12:29
This post was originally published on this site Morocco needs better facilities specialized in the screening, diagnosis, and management of Gaucher disease to prevent underdiagnosis of the disorder, a report of two cases suggests. Additionally, clinicians should consider other disease markers besides β-glucocerebrosidase, due to the fact that nearly 1 in 5 patients have normal levels of […]. The post Better Measures Needed in Morocco to Avoid Underdiagnosis of Gaucher Disease, Case Report Suggests appeared first on BioNewsFeeds .
BioNewsFeeds 04/18/2019 10:00
This post was originally published on this site Reader, I am tired. I don’t need to explain how that feels to those who have cystic fibrosis (CF), but for the benefit of others, I will. It’s a kind of tiredness that halves my normal walking pace. It leaves me reaching for words mid-sentence in confusion […]. The post Can We Take a Minute to Rest? appeared first on BioNewsFeeds .
BioNewsFeeds 04/18/2019 10:00
This post was originally published on this site Many people with endometriosis experience painful sex. It can affect relationships, self-esteem, connection to oneself and the body, and sexual and general well-being. For centuries women have been taught to suppress sexuality, and that pleasure was secondary in importance to men’s — or not important at all. […]. The post A Toolkit to Relieve Painful Sex appeared first on BioNewsFeeds .
BioNewsFeeds 04/18/2019 10:00
This post was originally published on this site For the first time in more than 20 years, I’m not working a full-time, 40-hour-a-week job. This was a difficult decision to make, especially because I’m only 45 years old and have a good 20 or so years ahead of me before I can tap into my […]. The post Making the Change from ‘Working to Live’ to ‘Living to Work’ appeared first on BioNewsFeeds .
BioNewsFeeds 04/18/2019 10:00
This post was originally published on this site As a mom, I am obviously around kids all the time. But not just my own. I am around kids when I take my children to school, T-ball, church, play dates, restaurants with playgrounds, etc. I encounter countless kids each week. As an FA patient dependent on […]. The post Navigating Curious Kids and Friedreich’s Ataxia appeared first on BioNewsFeeds .
BioNewsFeeds 04/18/2019 10:00
This post was originally published on this site I’ve been overweight most of my life. In high school, I thought I was fat! Looking back at pictures from that time, I wish I was that size again. Before my lupus diagnosis, I was 20-25 pounds over my ideal weight — I thought I was huge. […]. The post Lupus Plus Steroids Equals Weight Gain appeared first on BioNewsFeeds .
BioNewsFeeds 04/18/2019 10:00
This post was originally published on this site Whenever the topic of accessibility comes up, you can bet there’ll be great passion. We all want the right to access and partake in everything beautiful in life, yet so much of the world is unreachable to those of us with disabilities. In this column, I introduce […]. The post True Accessibility for All: No Roadblocks, Please appeared first on BioNewsFeeds .
BioNewsFeeds 04/18/2019 10:00
This post was originally published on this site My oldest son will be moving out of the house in a few weeks to rent an apartment with a good friend of his. My mind continues to bring light to the fact that he is 22 years old. It is time for him to spread his […]. The post When He Leaves Home appeared first on BioNewsFeeds .
BioNewsFeeds 04/17/2019 16:00
This post was originally published on this site My husband and I moved into our old farmhouse in the mountains of North Carolina as 1995 wound to a close. Big-city Texans in a previous life, Randy and I were giddy at the thought of a quiet place void of traffic, crowds, mosquitoes, and oppressive summer […]. The post We’re Not in Kansas Anymore appeared first on BioNewsFeeds .
BioNewsFeeds 04/17/2019 16:00
This post was originally published on this site Our society places great emphasis on success through careers. Whenever we meet a stranger, one of the first questions we ask is, “What do you do?” I feel this pressure despite my awareness that my illness makes it difficult even to predict what the next few months might […]. The post How I’ve Found Purpose Without Having a Full-time Job appeared first on BioNewsFeeds .
BioNewsFeeds 04/17/2019 13:19
This post was originally published on this site Women with invasive epithelial ovarian cancer have better survival rates at five years of diagnosis if they carry mutations in the BRCA1 and BRCA2 genes. However, this benefit decreases over 15 years of follow-up, according to a long-term study from Israel. The research, “Fifteen-year survival of invasive […]. The post BRCA1/2 Protection Factor Decreases over Time in Epithelial Ovarian Cancer, Study Reports appeared first on BioNewsFeeds .
BioNewsFeeds 04/17/2019 12:00
This post was originally published on this site Monitoring mirror movements in children with unilateral cerebral palsy (CP) due to perinatal stroke may be a useful clinical marker to determine motor disability severity. It also may be helpful in selecting patients for personalized rehabilitation. Those findings are in the study “Mirror movements in children with unilateral […]. The post Mirror Movements May Be Markers of Disability Severity for Unilateral CP Patients Who Had Perinatal Stroke appeared first on BioNewsFeeds .

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