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- Diana Nyad swimming from Cuba to Florida
- Coffee may reverse Alzheimer's disease
- Cell phone may boost memory in Alzheimer's disease patients
- $2.2 million grant to study childhood obesity
- Compstatin - new drug for vision loss, macular degeneration
- Benefit to women not enough to sway men to get HPV vaccine
- Exercise helps stroke patients recover faster
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Florida articlesChobani yogurt recalled - 170 fell sick
As of September 13, the FDA received a total of 170 complaints associated with Chobani. The various issues reported continue to be cramps, nausea, headache and diarrhea. The complaints were submitted by individuals in Arizona, Delaware, New York, Maryland, Ohio, Pennsylvania, California, Indiana and Florida.Diana Nyad swimming from Cuba to Florida
Diana Nyad, 61, hopes to become first person to swim from Cuba to Florida without aid of shark cage.Rheumatoid arthritis signaling protein may reverse Alzheimer's disease
A signaling protein released during rheumatoid arthritis dramatically reduced Alzheimer's disease pathology and reversed the memory impairment of mice bred to develop symptoms of the neurodegenerative disease, a new study by the University of South Florida reports.Early clamping may interrupt humankind's first natural stem cell transplant
The timing of umbilical cord clamping at birth should be delayed just a few minutes longer, suggest researchers at the University of South Florida's Center of Excellence for Aging and Brain Repair.Anti aging supplements may be best taken early
Anti-aging supplements made up of mixtures might be better than single compounds at preventing decline in physical function, according to researchers at the University of Florida's Institute on Aging.Cell phone may boost memory in Alzheimer's disease patients
The millions of people who spend hours every day on a cell phone may have a new excuse for yakking. A surprising new study in mice provides the first evidence that long-term exposure to electromagnetic waves associated with cell phone use may actually protect against, and even reverse, Alzheimer's disease.Exercise helps stroke patients recover faster
A person who has exercised regularly prior to the onset of a stroke appears to recover more quickly, say researchers from Mayo Clinic in Florida, USA, in the Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry.Benefit to women not enough to sway men to get HPV vaccine
Informing men that a new vaccine to prevent human papillomavirus (HPV) would also help protect their female partners against developing cervical cancer from the sexually transmitted infection did not increase their interest in getting the vaccine, according to a new Florida State University study.$2.2 million grant to study childhood obesity
In response to a worrisome rise in childhood obesity, Florida school districts have begun to monitor student growth development every year, but there is little research available to determine if the effort is having an effect.Shorter wait means longer life for kidney transplant patients
How long a patient survives after a kidney transplant could depend on where he or she signs up to get the surgery, new research from the University of Florida shows.Protein may trigger insulin production in diabetic patients
If the human body were a stage, then proteins would rank among the lead actors in the play we call "Life." These large biological molecules hold many starring roles, and their lines are dictated by information encoded in our genes. They are production powerhouses, regulating the basic processes of living and controlling countless functions. Many are enzymes that produce or use energy. Others regulate genes.Compstatin - new drug for vision loss, macular degeneration
University of Florida UF scientists are testing the safety of experimental drug Compstatin for vision loss in macular degeneration patients. In a first-of-its-kind safety research study, University of Florida researchers have injected an anti-inflammatory compound into the eye of a person with a sight-robbing disease.
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