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Rare diseases, mostly genetic-related, affect millions in Turkey
They are “rare” in the most strict sense of the word, but the number of people suffering from rare diseases is still considerably high. In Turkey, more than five million people live with rare diseases and 70% of them are children. Most of those diseases had their origins in the genetic structure of patients and their families.
Study of 50,000 people finds brown fat may protect against numerous chronic diseases
Brown fat is that magical tissue that you would want more of. Unlike white fat, which stores calories, brown fat burns energy and scientists hope it may hold the key to new obesity treatments. But it has long been unclear whether people with ample brown fat truly enjoy better health. For one thing, it has been hard to even identify such individuals since brown fat is hidden deep inside the body.
Sleep disturbances in elderly linked to multiple chronic diseases: Study
Researchers recently have observed that sleep disturbances are associated with faster chronic disease accumulation which points towards the importance of early detection and treatment of sleep disturbances as a possible strategy to reduce chronic multimorbidity among older adults.
Stem cell treatment for vascular diseases can be predicted through real-time observation
In recent years, the number of high-risk groups for ischemic diseases such as critical limb ischemia where tissues of toe may decay is increasing due to increase in the number of people with obesity, diabetes, and hypertension which are triggered by changes in dietary habits, and consumption of smoking.
Urban women have higher risk of chronic diseases than rural dwellers in Africa
African women who live in cities are seven percent more likely to have chronic diseases than rural dwellers.
Wildlife diseases poised to spread northwards as climate changes: Study
As the world’s climate warms, parasite-carried wildlife diseases will move north, with animals in cold far-north and high-altitude regions expected to suffer the most dramatic increases, warns a study published in the journal Science.
Stretching your legs may help prevent diseases
New research published in the Journal of Physiology shows that 12 weeks of easy-to-administer passive stretching helps improve blood flow by making it easier for your arteries to dilate and decreasing their stiffness.
New discovery may help monitor inflammation in diseases such as heart disease and SARS
According to a new study by the University of Canterbury (UC), measuring white blood cell generated antioxidant chemicals is essential to monitor inflammation and free radical damage during diseases such as heart disease or SARS.
New gene promoters could improve treatments for neurological diseases
A recently developed system for switching on the activity of genes could improve treatments for a broad range of neurological diseases.
Severe cases of coronavirus are often linked to other diseases
“People over 70 and fragile people” must be protected as a priority, said Emmanuel Macron during his first big speech on the coronavirus pandemic on March 12.
Climate change may increase emergence of new animal-to-human transmitted diseases
As the world grinds to a halt, it's clear that the coronavirus pandemic is having a major impact on the environment. What's not so clear is if climate change had an impact on the origin of the virus.
The science of how diseases spread
By Matthew R. Francis*
Healthiest fruits to add to your diet
Several daily servings of fruit provide vitamins and minerals that help the body ward off illnesses and diseases.
Pakistan continues to face double burden of diseases in 2019
The trend of health problems faced by the population in 2019 hinted that the country continued to face extraordinary burden of both the communicable and non-communicable diseases in 2019 and the concerned government authorities come up with almost little success in devising a strategy to safeguard population from the infectious diseases and their epidemics.

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