viernes, 30 de enero de 2015

Tips to be active; Gene therapy for hemophilia; Back pain basics; Predicting epileptic seizures, and more

NIH Health Information

Resources and tips about healthy living and wellness from across NIH.
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Tips to Fit Activity into Your Day

Learn how to become physically active for the first time or build more exercise into your daily routine. (From NIH’s National Institute on Aging)

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Gene Therapy to Treat Hemophilia

Experimental gene therapy improved symptoms for as long as 4 years in men with severe hemophilia, a rare bleeding disorder. (From NIH Research Matters)

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Don’t Let Back Pain Knock You Flat

Your back is a complicated structure, and a lot can go wrong with it. Learn about the causes, treatment, and prevention of back pain. (FromNIH News in Health)

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Epilepsy Research Benefits from Crowds

Thanks to the success of a crowdsourcing challenge, researchers developed an algorithm that can predict the onset of a seizure. (From theNIH Director’s Blog)

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