Random: Oddball PS3 Catapult Recreation PAIN Celebrates fifteenth Anniversary

Picture: Push Sq. The early days of the PS Retailer have been drastically totally different from what everyone knows and love at this time; the plaza was, successfully, an internet web page in these very early PS3 days. Nevertheless it represented an necessary interval of experimentation for Sony, and its output in that inaugural period … Read more

Mast cells in synovial tissue might clarify why girls report worse osteoarthritis ache than males

Investigators at Hospital for Particular Surgical procedure (HSS) have found that on the time of whole knee alternative, girls have considerably elevated ranges of immune cells referred to as mast cells in synovial tissue surrounding the knee joint than males. Their findings, offered at this time on the annual assembly of the American Faculty of … Read more

The long-term impact of COVID-19 severity on health-related quality of life

A recent study conducted on the residents of Amsterdam, the Netherlands, describes that people with mild coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) experience better health-related quality of life after one year of disease onset than those with moderate or severe COVID-19. The study has been published in the journal BMC Medicine. Study: Health-related quality of life among … Read more

Why Does Chronic Pain Hurt So Much?

You never forget the first time a doctor gives up: when they tell you that they don’t know what to do—they have no further tests to run, no treatments to offer—and that you’re on your own. It happened to me at the age of 27, and it happens to many others with chronic pain. I … Read more

Why saving #Precioustime is imperative

Please can you introduce yourself and tell us about your background, as well as about your role at CERENOVUS? I am a clinician and scientist who has served as an interventional neuroradiologist and endovascular neurosurgeon for over 20 years in various countries in Europe. Currently, at CERENOVUS, I serve as the Head of Worldwide Medical … Read more

Danish osteoarthritis program in Australia seeing signs of success, with reduced need for surgery and improved quality of life

Pam Harders has already had a half-knee replacement on her right knee, and now her left knee, which is caving in, impacts her ability to do simple things like walk. She said it’s painful at night-time, waking her up. Key points: A Danish osteoarthritis program being run in Canberra is seeing promising results Three in four … Read more

Post-COVID Fatigue, Exercise Intolerance Signal ME/CFS

Editor’s note: Find the latest COVID-19 news and guidance in Medscape’s Coronavirus Resource Center. A new study provides yet more evidence that a significant subset of people who experience persistent fatigue and exercise intolerance following COVID-19 will meet diagnostic criteria for myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS). Data from the prospective observational study of 42 patients … Read more

6 easy to prepare vegetarian recipes that are high in vitamin D and calcium

Vitamin D (a hormone) and calcium (a mineral) are nutrients that promote healthy bones and are essential for muscle mobility, nerve communication, absorption of phosphorous and other vitamins, immune system responses, hormonal secretion and blood vessel flow. Without adequate vitamin D or calcium, our parathyroid glands produce excessive amounts of their hormone, resulting in weakened … Read more

Safest, Most Effective Meds for Spine Pain in Older Adults?

Some medications are safer and more effective than others for treating spine-related pain in older patients, a new comprehensive literature review suggests. Investigators assessed the evidence for medications used for this indication in older adults by reviewing 138 double-blind, placebo-controlled trials. Among their key findings and recommendations: acetaminophen has a favorable safety profile for spine-related … Read more