Schizophrenia, Alzheimer’s share abnormal protein buildup in brains of some patients, research finds
Researchers at Johns Hopkins Medicine have found new evidence that schizophrenia in some patients can be marked by the buildup… Read More ›
Like sunburn and bug bites, food poisoning is a common warm-weather malady that can cause painful consequences, including vomiting, diarrhea or even death in rare cases. Understanding the risks can help prevent foodborne illness from showing up at your summer cookout.
Osteoporosis is typically associated with older, post-menopausal women. However, new research suggests the disease process begins much earlier and is… Read More ›
Alin Gragossian, DO, nearly died last December at the age of 30. An osteopathic physician in an emergency medicine residency… Read More ›
In a study that could lead to the wide use of inexpensive ultrasound screenings for osteoporosis, researchers found data from… Read More ›
Impact of perimenopause broadly ignored, yet hormonal shift is no less dramatic in middle age than adolescence.