Tag Archives: Treatments

Restore and revive healthy-looking nails with these top fungal treatments

Okay, it might not be the sexiest of topics, but fungal nail infections are very common, affecting 48% of people up to the age of 70. The best fungal nail treatments will work to return discoloured nails to their healthy-looking best. Fungal nail infections usually affect your toenails but can sometimes occur on fingers. They… Read More »

Hormonal treatments for prostate cancer are often given late

Men with advanced prostate cancer are typically treated with drugs that cause testosterone levels to plummet. Testosterone is a hormone that fuels growing prostate tumors, so ideally this type of treatment, which is called androgen deprivation therapy (ADT), or hormonal therapy, will stall the disease in its tracks. For that to happen, ADT has to… Read More »

Discovery of Malaria Parasite’s Clock Could Pave Way to New Treatments

Summary The parasite that causes malaria has its own internal clock, explaining the disease’s rhythmic fevers and opening new pathways for therapeutics. In the fight against malaria, time may now be on our side. The parasite that causes the disease has its own internal clock, Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator Joseph Takahashi and colleagues report May 14,… Read More »

Why use erectile dysfunction treatments

Dysfunction percent of men with ED use 5 grams of L-arginine per day experienced significant improvements in sexual function. At the Urology Care Foundation, we support research aimed at helping the millions erectile men, women and children who struggle with urologic ydsfunction and disease. That way, you can be sure treatments suits your needs and… Read More »

Look for novel coronavirus treatments first, experts say, and vaccines are farther off than you think

What’s the outlook for really fending off the novel coronavirus? Small molecule drugs and other therapeutics will obviously beat vaccines to market, and Gilead’s remdesivir, if effective, could scale up fast, experts said. Vaccines are likely farther off than quoted timelines suggest. It’s “overly optimistic” to expect them in 12 to 18 months, two opinion leaders… Read More »