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Nerve Damage Cure

Nerve damage causes are numerous: illness, trauma or restriction. Even minor nerve damage can impair motor skills, create extreme pain and loss of sensations. Depending on what is causing the nerve damage you may be able to cure the effects of it. Talk to your doctor to get a correct diagnosis and t...More...

How to Kill Listeria

Listeria is a bacteria commonly found in water and vegetation; it also can be found in feces. An otherwise healthy individual can become seriously ill if he consumes listeria. Pregnant women, young children and the elderly, or people with compromised immune systems, especially those with HIV/AIDS, d...More...

1-Minute Sideline Test Predicts Concussions

A 1-minute concussion test can tell whether an athlete who's taken a blow to the head can safely stay in the game. Is it practical? The Penn Quakers sports teams are trying it out....More...

Meniere's Disease

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Sensory Nervous System Disorders

The sensory nervous system is a major component of the body's overall nervous system function. It's a highly complex network of nerves, muscles and organs designed to delivery sensory input to the spinal cord and brain. Because of its complexity, diagnosing a disorder within this system can be a len...More...

Rett Syndrome

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Progression Through the Different MS Stages

If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, once the shock has set in you are most likely going to start looking for as much information as possible. One of the first terms you are likely to come across is that there are different MS stages. Like any type of major disease those...More...

Eat Your Words? Some Can Taste Them

Life is a feast -- literally -- for some people with a rare condition called synesthesia, a new study shows. Words are often experienced as tastes by them....More...