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Learn about Rare Disease Day with MPS Austria

Learn about Rare Disease Day with MPS Austria

Did you know that one in 20 people will live with a rare disease at some point in their life? 29 February 2020 marked...
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The worrying findings of the male breastfeeding culture in Uganda

Dr Rowena Merritt from the University of Kent has elaborated on the worrying findings surrounding men in Uganda drinking their partner's breast milk After preliminary...
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Living with mucopolysaccharidoses: support, awareness and research

Mucopolysaccharidoses (MPS) is a group of rare, inherited, incurable metabolic diseases caused by disorders in the metabolism, in this eBook the Austrian MPS Society...
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Diabetes in young adults increases risk of suicide

A study published in the Diabetes Care Journal revealed that young people with diabetes are at a greater risk of suicide than their peers. A...
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Cerebral palsy: first European drug approval in upper limb spasticity for a decade

Ipsen has announced the UK’s Medicine and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency approved Dysport® for the treatment of spasticity of upper limbs in children with...
Fewer food choices at high prices are impacting child health in Ethiopia

Fewer food choices at high prices are impacting child health in Ethiopia

Study find that the rural poor in Ethiopia usually live near lower-quality food markets that sell fewer food groups at high prices, adversely impacting...
Cerebral Palsy treatment: smart cells release 21st stem cell sample to treat child

Cerebral Palsy treatment: smart cells release 21st stem cell sample to treat child

Introducing cutting-edge cell-based Cerebral Palsy treatment – discover how Smart Cells have released their 21st stem cell sample to the Duke University Hospital, to...
Further research supports the use of cannabis oil in reducing seizures in kids

Further research supports the use of cannabis oil in reducing seizures in kids

The University of Saskatchewan has been conducting research on kids with epilepsy, using controlled amounts of medicinal cannabis oil, with the results being positive. Researchers...
Funding to better understand craniopagus conjoined children

Funding to better understand craniopagus conjoined children

Charity, Gemini Untwined, has been launched to fund treatment and further our understanding of craniopagus conjoined children around the world. The surgeons behind the life-changing...
Pregnant women taking epilepsy drugs increase language impairment in their children

Pregnant women taking epilepsy drugs increase language impairment in their children

Today at the 5th European Academy of Neurology Congress, researchers present how epilepsy drugs taken by pregnant women is associated with higher risk of...
World Microbiome Day and dietary biotics in infant nutrition

World Microbiome Day and dietary biotics in infant nutrition

Today marks World Microbiome Day, here Nutricia and academic publisher Wiley present a new book to highlight the expanding role of dietary biotics in...
Child safety: personal care products sends children to emergency room

Child safety: personal care products sends children to emergency room

Did you know that every two hours a child is sent to the emergency room due to personal care products? Discover how dangerous products...

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