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Surprise Values of Common Triggers Predict Daily Headache Activity – Clinical Pain Advisor

Uncommon levels, or surprise values, of potential headache triggers were associated with headache activity, according to a study published in Headache. Researchers completed a secondary analysis of the Headache Prediction Study to evaluate the effect surprise values, or the amount a trigger differs from the normal routine, has on causing a headache attack. Trigger surprise values… Read More »

First 3-parent baby born in clinical trial to treat infertility

3-parent techniques were developed to help mothers avoid passing on mitochondrial disease to their childrenSPL/Getty Images By Helen Thomson A Greek woman has given birth to a baby boy using a controversial technique that combines DNA from three people, in the first clinical trial of its kind to treat infertility. The boy was born on… Read More »

'It gave me hope': Alzheimer's sufferer, 57, reveals heartbreak after failure of clinical triale

‘I felt like I’d been punched in the stomach’: Alzheimer’s sufferer, 57, reveals heartbreak after failure of highly-anticipated clinical trial that he was part of for three years Former New York Times reporter Phillip S Gutis, 57, was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s in 2016 4% of people are diagnosed with early-onset – i.e.: before the age… Read More »