Quality of Life, Glucose Control Linked in Type 1 Diabetes…

Diabetes-specific health-related quality of life is closely linked to glucose control in youth with type 1 diabetes, new international research suggests.   That strong association and its potential mitigation by factors associated with better glycemic control point to opportunities for proactive intervention among vulnerable children, teens, and young adults, according to Barbara J Anderson, PhD, […]

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MerseyGirls? Britain’s Got Talent finalists whose lead performer Julia Carlile suffers from scoliosis…

Alesha Dixon sent the dance troupe, formerly known as Just Us, straight through to the semis after being touched by Julia’s story BRITAIN’S Got Talent viewers were left very moved by dance hopefuls MerseyGirls, whose lead performer Julia Carlile has scoliosis, and who have made it through to the grand final of the show. But who are […]

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Balance training on postural instability in patients with Parkinson’s Disease…

Postural instability (PI) is a major component in the presentation of Parkinson’s Disease (PD), particularly in the middle stages of its progression. Research suggests that this change may be the result of difficulty in processing information from sensory neurons associated with balance mechanisms utilized by the body.   This includes the vestibular, proprioceptive, and visual […]

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