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What Are the Clinical Symptoms Associated with Friedreich Ataxia?

What Are the Clinical Symptoms Associated with Friedreich Ataxia?
Written by Everette Tessler on 2017-04-10


Patient Presentation A 12-year-old female came to clinic for her health supervision visit. She complained of new onset intoeing that had been occurring for more than 6 months. She had not seen a physician for more than 2 years and the family could provide few details about the history. She said that she was more “clumsy” over time and would trip and occasionally fall even when walking...(Read More)

Pro Forma

Pro Forma
Written by Investopedia on 2017-04-19


Pro forma, a Latin term, literally means “for the sake of form” or “as a matter of form.” In the world of investing, pro forma refers to a method by which financial results are calculated. This method of calculation places emphasis on present or projected figures.Financial statements that utilize the pro forma method of calculation are often designed to draw focus to specific figures when...(Read More)

Open project collaboration from elementary to university classrooms

Open project collaboration from elementary to university classrooms
Written by Todd Eckel on 2017-04-21


The practice of teaching should be built upon collaboration and remixing content. When a friend asks us to explain something, we don't trademark our answer or deliver a monologue without asking for input. This is a simple example, but it gets to the heart of the dysfunctional design inherent in our existing education system:This closed, 19th-century state of education is dangerously out of step...(Read More)

Insomnia associated with increased risk of heart attack and stroke

Insomnia associated with increased risk of heart attack and stroke
Written by Aaron Watson on 2017-04-07


Insomnia is associated with increased risk of heart attack and stroke, according to research published in the European Journal of Preventive Cardiology. "Sleep is important for biological recovery and takes around a third of our lifetime, but in modern society more and more people complain of insomnia," said first author Qiao He, a Master's degree student at China Medical University, Shenyang,...(Read More)

New study offers hope for more effective treatment of leukemia

New study offers hope for more effective treatment of leukemia
Written by Aaron Watson on 2017-04-18


The discovery of a protein signature that is highly predictive of leukemia could lead to novel treatments of the leading childhood cancer, according to new study showing that competition among certain proteins causes an imbalance that leads to leukemia. The new study in the journal Nature Immunology reveals that the activation of a protein known as STAT5 causes competition among other proteins...(Read More)

Urine metabolites may help predict which obese teens will develop diabetes

Urine metabolites may help predict which obese teens will develop diabetes
Written by Aaron Watson on 2017-04-09


Researchers have discovered a unique metabolic "signature" in the urine of diabetic, obese black teenagers that they say may become a way to predict the development of type 2 diabetes in people at risk. They presented their results at the Endocrine Society's 99th annual meeting in Orlando, Fla. In detailed metabolic analyses, the level of the main metabolite, or byproduct, of serotonin was "strikingly...(Read More)

Stem cell drug screen yields potential alternative to statins

Stem cell drug screen yields potential alternative to statins
Written by Aaron Watson on 2017-04-13


Scientists at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) have found that a class of heart failure drugs might decrease low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol levels in patients who do not respond to statins. In a study appearing in Cell Stem Cell, cardiac glycosides reduced levels of a precursor of LDL in liver-like cells, and patients taking cardiac glycosides for heart failure had low...(Read More)

Targeted prevention of cardiovascular and digestive disorders may have the greatest effect on reducing the risk of death following joint replacement

Targeted prevention of cardiovascular and digestive disorders may have the greatest effect on reducing the risk of death following joint replacement
Written by Aaron Watson on 2017-04-10


A study of nearly 720,000 hip and knee replacement patients has shown that clinicians should be aware of a patient's potential for post-operative complications relating to the digestive system as well as cardiovascular and respiratory risks. The National Joint Registry for England, Wales, Northern Ireland and the Isle of Man (NJR) has carried out an in-depth study to better understand the causes...(Read More)

Wrist-worn activity trackers offer inconsistent heart rate data

Wrist-worn activity trackers offer inconsistent heart rate data
Written by Aaron Watson on 2017-04-17


Wrist-worn activity trackers that measure heart rate with a light-emitting diode offer inconsistent heart rate data. While current trackers may help to motivate people to engage in healthy behaviors, more research is needed before clinicians can use the data to advise patients about health issues or conduct clinical trials that require a high level of accuracy and reliability for heart rate measurement....(Read More)


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