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Overcoming global inequities in cognitive healthcare to combat dementia

CEO of ViewMind Inc, Mark Edwards, discusses overcoming global inequities in cognitive healthcare to combat the dementia epidemic.
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Western diets high in fat and sugar cause non-alcoholic fatty liver disease

Link established between western diets high in fat and sugar and the development of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, the leading cause of chronic liver disease.
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Tackling tuberculosis: Continuing problems but grounds for optimism

Paul Sommerfeld, Executive Trustee, TB Alert and Chair, TB Europe Coalition, walks us through tackling tuberculosis. We hear that while there are continuing problems, there are finally grounds for optimism.
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Treatments for Alzheimer’s disease: understanding causes, diagnosis, prevention & cure

Abbas Kanani, Superintendent Pharmacist at Chemist Click Online Pharmacy, walks us through treatments for Alzheimer’s disease, researching the causes, diagnosis, prevention, and cure.
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What we need to know about living with diabetes

Abbas Kanani, Superintendent Pharmacist at Chemist Click Online Pharmacy, walks us through what we need to know about living with diabetes, starting with a comment on prediabetes.
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AI can predict future ulcerative colitis flare-ups

AI model could predict ulcerative colitis flare-ups and complications after reading biopsies taken during colonoscopies.
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Improve patients’ lives with inflammatory bowel disease

Dr Joana Torres, Gastroenterologist, Expert in Clinical IBD and UEG* Rising Star Awardee, highlights the most challenging aspects of living with inflammatory bowel disease and the unmet medical needs in IBD management.
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Understanding amyloid beta and Alzheimer’s disease: the key to helping AD patients

Efforts to prevent or treat Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) by targeting Amyloid beta (Aβ) assemblies should be continued, but the strategies should be altered dramatically.
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An HPV factsheet – Everything you need to know

HPV is the most common STI in the world, affecting 80% of the population. Here Dr Deborah Lee, from Dr Fox Online Pharmacy, addresses the most common issues about HPV in an attempt to aid in the understanding of the condition
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Multiple sclerosis symptoms: How to get a diagnosis

Christen Richards, Committee Member from MS Society Jersey, unpacks multiple sclerosis symptoms for us, focusing on recognising the key points to help the diagnostic process.
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Molecular aspects of Global Infection Prevention and Control

Dr Zisis Kozlakidis directs our thoughts towards the molecular aspects of global Infection Prevention and Control, in this the second of a special two-part series.
Cardiac amyloidosis is a condition where faulty proteins build up in your heart. You can inherit this condition, or it can develop on its own (usually later in life). As faulty proteins accumulate, your heart struggles to pump, ultimately leading to heart failure and death. amyloid

Understanding Amyloidosis, a group of rare diseases

In this interview, Abbas Kanani, MRPharmS, Superintendent Pharmacist at Chemist Click, tells us about amyloidosis, a group of rare diseases in which abnormal proteins deposit as amyloid in tissues and organs.
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PKG (Personal Kinetigraph): Helping my Parkinson’s Disease patients

Parkinson’s Disease affects all activities of patient daily living but PKG can help.
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Incontinence treatment through bioelectrical implant therapy

In a current incontinence treatment, researchers are exploring how to physically regulate bladder function by bioelectrical implant signals.
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Where are Mexico’s dengue fever hotspots?

As many as one in five dengue fever deaths in the Americas occur in Mexico, which is why identifying dengue fever hotspots is so important.
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Schistosomiasis: Put parasitic infections on the map

Wendy Harrison, CEO of the SCI Foundation, outlines the importance of putting parasitic infections on the map, with a particular focus on schistosomiasis.
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Early Alzheimer’s disease detection sensor in development

Researchers are developing a new Alzheimer's disease detection sensor that can be used in the early stages of Alzheimers and a number of other diseases.
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Degenerative eye disease and the opportunities of ophthalmic drug development

Eric Buckland of Translational Imaging Innovations looks at ophthalmic drug development and how better clinical endpoints can improve success rates.

What is the optimal window for the early detection of Alzheimer’s disease?

Dr. Gerardo Fernandez, CSO ViewMind Inc, investigates how early is too early for the detection of Alzheimer’s disease and how soon in the disease’s trajectory detection can make a meaningful difference in a patient’s prognosis.

Allergic asthma and the legacy of structural racism on the African American urban communities

Asthma is a chronic inflammatory disease that is characterized by bronchial hyperreactivity (wheezing due to narrowing of the airways) and it disproportionately affects African Americans.

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