- New Treatment Offered For Damaged Esophagus
Interventional gastroenterologists at Rush now offer a noninvasive ablation (removal of harmful tissue) procedure to treat Barrett’s esophagus, a precancerous condition in which a thin layer of tissue lining the lower esophagus is damaged due to chronic acid reflux.
- Glass Of Wine Can Help Find New Mineral Deposits
The key to finding new mineral deposits in Australia could be to start looking with a glass of wine or a soft drink.
- Apples, Apple Juice Lower Wheezing And Asthma Risk In Children: Thorax
Two studies in respected European journals have linked consumption of apples and apple juice with decreased symptoms of asthma.
- Physiotherapy Helpful After Breast Cancer Surgery
Women may benefit from physiotherapy if they experience shoulder pain and reduced arm function after they undergo surgery for breast cancer, doctors from the Netherlands report.