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Nervous System (INACTIVE)

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  • FDA panel gives a qualified nod to antidepressant for chronic pain

    As the advertisement for the antidepressant Cymbalta says, "Depression hurts. Cymbalta can help." Chronic pain hurts too. And the makers of the drug duloxetine -- commercially known as Cymbalta -- argue that Cymbalta can help with that, as well. Chronic...
  • An exhausting battle over adrenal fatigue

    An exhausting battle over adrenal fatigue
    "Adrenal fatigue" is the sort of diagnosis that might hit home during a late-night Internet search. Do you, for example, have trouble waking up in the morning without caffeine? Do you crave salty foods? Do people seem a lot more irritating than in the...
  • Crossed signals causes painful condition

    Crossed signals causes painful condition
    Tanya Umbaugh sat in the waiting room, her right hand cradled in her lap. To distract herself from the pain pulsing in her forearm, she looked forward to the brightest spot in her life in the last few years: her wedding in August. Certified hand...
  • Anti-aging effects may lie in nerve synapses

    Anti-aging effects may lie in nerve synapses
    Two strategies have been shown in some studies to increase longevity: regular exercise and calorie-restricted diets. How those strategies actually alter human biology to slow aging and improve health remains unknown. However, a new study suggests the...
  • Sailors sack Mustangs

    Sailors sack Mustangs
    NEWPORT BEACH — The scoreboard went out before the start of the second half of Newport Harbor High's season opener. For the Sailors' sake, they did not really have to put up numbers on their scoreboard again. The defense and special teams bailed...
  • They rock and roll all night and doctor every day

    They rock and roll all night and doctor every day
    NEWPORT BEACH — Jeffrey Haupt is a little like Clark Kent, except instead of swapping a reporter's notebook for Superman's cape, the doctor hangs up his stethoscope for an electric guitar and microphone. "It's a lot like living a double life,"...
  • Noise pollution rattles nerves, harms health

    Noise pollution rattles nerves, harms health
    Nancy Culbertson won't sit in her Fremont, Calif., backyard because of it. It caused Oakland, Calif., physician Louis Hagler's blood pressure to spike and marred his perfect health record. Oakland acupuncturist Julie Laura Rose had enough of it, and...
  • No looking back for him

    La Caņada native Eric Polchow has made a career for himself as a photographer, striving for many years to establish himself as someone who sets goals and achieves them. Born into a large family and spending his formative years in La Caņada, Polchow,...
  • Yoga for MS patients

    Yoga for MS patients
    Yoga guru Baron Baptiste says that when he was approached about developing a yoga program for multiple sclerosis patients, he grabbed the opportunity. "It was kind of exciting to me to take my skills of teaching yoga and making the benefits of yoga...
  • State health officials say Acreage cancer investigation is near the end, with no cause found

    After more than a year of investigation and a promise from Gov. Charlie Crist to spare no energy at finding answers, state health officials said on Monday that they have neared the end of searching for whatever caused the cancer cluster in The Acreage....
  • FDA approves first oral drug to slow multiple sclerosis progression

    A failed anti-rejection drug got a new purpose and a new lease on commercial life Wednesday as the Food and Drug Administration approved the medication fingolimod -- to be marketed as Gilenya -- to slow the progression of disability in multiple...