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clinical trialWith Clinical Trials, People Can Get New Treatments Not Available to Others

Besides testing treatments, research studies help doctors understand conditions so they can help future patients For over four years Jessica Donlon, 17, suffered from depression that was so severe, she had difficulty getting out of bed. She gave up cheerleading and softball, spending much of her time sleeping. She tried many kinds of medications and […]

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parkinsons brain stimulationDeep Brain Stimulation Helps Parkinson’s Patients Regain Independence

Every year, approximately 60,000 people are diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease. In addition, about 10 million people in the United States have essential tremor—a neurological condition that causes a person’s hands, head, or voice to shake. These conditions can seriously affect a person’s quality of life, preventing them from being able to dress or feed themselves or drive. At […]

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Aging, Others

newly hearing impairedNewly Hearing Impaired? Technology and Tips to Make Life Easier

In the world of hearing impairment, there are positive signs. A deaf model won the “America’s Next Top Model” reality show, Uber allows hearing-impaired drivers to give rides, which facilitates their success. The “Toy Like Me” campaign went viral and brought attention to children with hearing loss. That said, take a listen to 14-year-old Harrison, […]

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psoriasisPsoriasis Doesn’t Have to Be a Life-Long Affliction

Toughest Psoriasis Cases Can Be Tamed by Yale Medicine’s Dermatologists. Peter Amento avoided shorts and short sleeves for most of his life, no matter how warm the weather. When he did wear them, “People would comment: ‘What have you got? Poison ivy?’ That’s how bad my psoriasis would look,” says the 61-year-old husband and father of three from […]

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Growing Up, Health, Lifestyle, Others, Well-being

numbers to watchSix Numbers That Will Change Your Life

We all have numbers that are important to us. Our anniversary date, the number of friends and family we will invite to our daughter’s wedding, maybe even the number of calories per day we’re going to try and maintain through our next (and this time it’s going to work) diet. But there are six numbers […]

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