Top News: #MultipleSclerosis

Here are the top read news for #MultipleSclerosis: Switch to rituximab shows anti-inflammatory effect in relapsing-remitting MS: Rituximab may be an attractive treatment option for patients with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (MS), suggest phase II study findings showing its efficacy in controlling inflammatory activity: Read more     Obesity and multiple sclerosis: Is there a causal…

Top News: KidsHealth

Here are the top read news for #KidsHealth: Summer Camps Say They’re Not Sweating Over Zika Risk: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention hasn’t released guidelines specific to summer camps for Zika prevention, but camp managers should follow general prevention guidelines, CDC spokesman Benjamin Haynes tells Shots. Many of those suggestions, such as wearing…

Top News: #Diabetes

Here are the top read news for #Diabetes: Diet Soda and Diabetes: Things to Consider: While diet soda may be a sugar-free alternative to regular soda, that does not necessarily make it healthier. It is true that diet sodas do not contain sugars, and have little to no calories. Because of this, diet sodas are…

Top News: #EyeHealth

Here are the top read news for #EyeHealth: ‘Lazy eye’ childhood condition can be treated in adults: Dr. McDonnell corrected her vision in a two-hour outpatient surgical procedure in which the six extraocular (outer) eye muscles are tightened and/or loosened to achieve alignment: Read more     Eye study underscores the long-lasting benefits of controlling…

Top News: #DietsAndHealth

Here are the top read news for #DietsAndHealth: New Stanford celiac disease resource offers help with gluten-free diets: Pediatric gastroenterologist Nasha Khavari, MD, who directs the celiac disease program at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford, has developed a set of practical online tools for people who are learning about the disease and adjusting to the…

Top News: #WomensHealth

Here are the top read news for #WomensHealth: Mastectomy followed by standard therapy improves survival in stage IV breast cancer patients: Surgery to remove the primary tumor in women diagnosed with stage IV breast cancer, followed by the standard combination of therapies, adds months to the patients’ lives, compared with standard therapy alone, an international…