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Exploring food riddles in rhythm disturbances

Drinking excessive amounts of cola and eating honey made from the pollen of Rhododendrons can cause unusual syncope (fainting) and symptoms of arrhythmia



Controlling herpes symptoms and HIV

Research from a five-year international clinical study shows that acyclovir, a commonly prescribed drug used to suppress symptoms of the herpes virus, does not affect HIV transmission by people with both viruses.



Mechanism causes lupus-like symptoms in mice

Macrophages, the scavenger cells of the body's immune system, are responsible for disposing of dying cells. Researchers have identified one pathway in this important process in mice that, if disrupted, causes a lupus-like autoimmune disease.



Recognising signs and symptoms of acute HF

Patients with heart failure and their families can help improve prognosis in acute events if they are taught to recognise the tell-tale signs of worsening condition and seek immediate medical help.



Flu is transmitted before symptoms appear, study suggests

Research at Imperial College London examining influenza transmission in ferrets suggests that the virus can be passed on before the appearance of symptoms. If the finding applies to humans, it means that people pass on flu to others before they know they’re infected, making it very difficult to contain epidemics.



Multiple sclerosis symptoms

A bodysuit that heats or cools a patient, combined with painless measurements of eye movements, helps to study the link between body temperature and MS symptoms.



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