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For Fibromyalgia Patients, Laughter Yoga May Help

Today, people don't think of laughter as just jokes. In fact, people even explore the health benefits of laughter. Keep reading to learn more about the positive affects of laughter.

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Understanding Celiac Disease: Miraculous Bananas and Scorned Gluten

It has been suggested that bananas help treat celiac disease, but is it true? Keep reading to learn more about the affect of bananas on celiac disease patients.

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Lupus: How Binge-Watching TV Shows Can Help Get Through a Flare

Keeping the mind busy can help someone get through a lupus flare. Keep reading to learn about how binge-watching a TV show can help lupus patients.

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New DNA Test May Identify Celiac Disease

It's not always clear whether or not a person has celiac disease, especially since some people are just gluten intolerant. Read on to learn about a DNA test that may identify celiac disease.

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Tdap Vaccine for Whooping Cough

The Tdap vaccine protects the body from three diseases: tetanus, diphtheria, and whooping cough. Read on to learn why adolescents and adults should still receive Tdap and Td vaccines.

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5 Lessons a Doctor Learned About Fibromyalgia Only After She was Diagnosed

Here are five lessons a doctor learned about fibromyalgia after she was diagnosed with the disease.

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Tonsil Research Shows Promising Results for Lymphomas and Autoimmune Diseases

Two scientists were studying at Australian National University (ANU) and discovered that particles once thought to only exist within the neurons of the brain also exist within the immune system.

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Doctors Recommend Pneumonia Vaccine to Celiac Disease Patients

Some doctors are recommending that celiac disease patients should get a pneumonia vaccine. Keep reading to learn why.

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Top 8 Worst Foods that Diabetes Patients Should Avoid

One might be surprised by the list of foods that are bad for diabetics. Here are some surprising foods that can impact and affect the sugar levels of a patient.

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The New Stem Cell Treatment that May Finally Cure Diabetes

Researchers from Norway are close to perfecting a method of insulin treatment that works very well with diabetes. Keep reading to learn more.

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How to Get Rid of a Boil: Homeopathic Treatment and Prevention

A boil is also called as a furuncle. It is a type of skin infection, which is usually caused by bacteria. A boil usually forms when there is a bacterial infection of the hair follicle or oil gland. Learn more about homeopathic treatments and prevention of boils in this article.

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Lesser-Known Facts About Lupus

Lupus is an autoimmune disease, which means that is causes the body to attack itself. Keep reading to learn more about lupus and lesser-known facts about the disease.

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Woman with Lupus Graduates Cum Laude

Tiffany Uy was diagnosed with erythematosus systematic lupus. Read her story of perseverance.

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New Romantic Comedy Deemed an Honest Portrayal of People with Autism

While the romantic comedy genre does have an enthusiastic fan base, films in this genre tend to focus on more neurotypical characters, but new initiatives in media are doing more to highlight some of the less told stories.

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Multiple Sclerosis Treatments Are Becoming More Effective, but Are Underfunded

New research has suggested that MRI scans can be used to help forecast the progression of an individual’s case of MS. These scans are already used in the diagnosis stage, and may have other useful applications in the slowing or prevention of the spread of MS.

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Radiologists Look for Patterns in Cystic Fibrosis as More Adults Are Diagnosed

Recent research shows that there is an increasing number of adults being diagnosed with cystic fibrosis. This information is leading scientists to believe cystic fibrosis is now just as much of an adult condition as a childhood condition.

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Celiac Disease Drug Market Projected to Grow Significantly

A recent report depicts the projected growth of the celiac disease drug market. Keep reading to learn more.

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Cystic Fibrosis: FDA Extends Use of Relizorb to Children

Enzyme replacement therapy can be a huge part of success in cystic fibrosis patients. The FDA has just announced that it has approved the use of a successful enzyme cartridge for use in children.