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Substantial health threat: Never-before-seen tick-borne disease   -   New disease could be 'substantial health threat' in areas where the carrier tick is common.   [read more]   May 11, 2015  
# of Ratings: 11 | comments: 1

Lyme Advocates Call on IDSA to Focus on Patient Care Instead of Attacking Those in Distress   -   IDSA guidelines amount to medical neglect of persons suffering from chronic Lyme disease, says physician.   [read more]   May 03, 2015  
# of Ratings: 6 | comments: 2

Zinc deficiency linked to chronic inflammation   -   12% of U.S. residents and nearly 40% of those 65 and older fail to obtain adequate zinc, study finds.   [read more]   May 18, 2015   Life Extension
# of Ratings: 14 | comments: 0

Turmeric offers potential therapy for oral cancers   -   Curry ingredient slows HPV virus in oral cancer cells.   [read more]   May 02, 2015  
# of Ratings: 4 | comments: 0

American College of Rheumatology releases first classification criteria for polymyalagia rheumatica   -   New criteria improve PMR recognition by defining important disease features.   [read more]   April 25, 2015  
# of Ratings: 4 | comments: 0

Trigger identified that likely unleashes autoimmune disease   -   Researchers believe they have discovered cells that trigger autoimmune disease.   [read more]   May 20, 2015  
# of Ratings: 7 | comments: 1

New pathway reveals how immune system is regulated, gives hope for chronic diseases   -   A study details how a key molecule regulates inflammation.   [read more]   April 28, 2015  
# of Ratings: 7 | comments: 0

Accelerated brain aging in type 1 diabetes related to cognitive complications   -   Clinicians should screen middle-aged patients with type 1 diabetes for cognitive difficulties, study finds.   [read more]   May 17, 2015  
# of Ratings: 0 | comments: 1

Is there such a thing as 'pure' autism? Genetic analysis says no   -   Clinical features across autistic patients reflects heterogeneous sources of genetic risk, research finds.   [read more]   April 27, 2015  
# of Ratings: 1 | comments: 0

Inflammation in the pathogenesis of lyme neuroborreliosis   -   Inflammation has a causal role in the pathogenesis of acute Lyme neuroborreliosis, research finds.   [read more]   May 14, 2015   G. Ramesh et al.
# of Ratings: 0 | comments: 0

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