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New Drug, Ofatumumab, May Beat Older One at Preventing MS Relapse

WEDNESDAY, Aug. 5, 2020 — A new injection drug can prevent multiple sclerosis flare-ups better than an existing medication, a clinical trial has found. The drug, called ofatumumab, beat a standard MS medication in reducing patients’ symptom relapses. It also slowed down the progression of their disability over six months. The researchers said the findings,… Read More »

Beat type 2 diabetes in middle age – and you could fight off Alzheimer’s

Beat type 2 diabetes in middle age – and you could fight off Alzheimer’s: Compelling new evidence shows high blood sugar in your 40s may trigger dementia Study of people with Alzheimer’s found 81 per cent had diabetes or prediabetes  Research found cheap diabetes drugs may be able to slow progress of disease The link… Read More »

One vaccine to beat COVID, Sars, Mers and common cold – possible?

PhotobyTawat/Shutterstock Sheena Cruickshank, University of Manchester SARS-CoV-2 – the virus that causes COVID-19 – belongs to the family of betacoronaviruses that cause everything from the common cold to Mers (which kills about one in three people infected). Despite causing a wide range of symptoms, these viruses all share similarities. If they’re similar enough, could one… Read More »

How beat depression without drugs

By: Dave Asprey. Before I was Bulletproof, I suffered from serious mood swings. My bursts of anger and bouts of depression and anxiety impacted my work, my health, and most importantly, my relationships. Antidepressants are the most popular psychiatric medication out there, with anti-anxiety drugs, sedatives, and hypnotics coming in second. So, what? Depression steals… Read More »