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Enormous breakthroughs are taking place in medical science, engineering, and materials that will continue to extend the human lifespan. Wall Street Rebel Health News brings to you insightful and stimulating articles of fantastic technological innovations and pharmaceutical trials taking place today that only a short time ago would have been considered science fiction. The Wall Street Rebel staff keeps you informed of scientific discoveries that will not only be affecting your health tomorrow but could bring you vast financial rewards when you become aware of their investing presence today.

Hemgenix's $3.5 Million Gene Therapy Drug Is Approved By The FDA

Hemgenix's $3.5 Million Gene Therapy Drug Is Approved By The FDA

  • Wall Street Rebel - Michael London | November 28, 2022
HEMGENIX is the first and only once-and-done gene therapy for adults with a severe form of Hemophilia B. In clinical studies, HEMGENIX decreased the number of yearly bleeds by 94% and allowed 94% of patients to stop using factor IX prophylaxis. The U.S. Food and ....
The Complexity of Selecting the Right Open Enrollment Medicare Plan

The Complexity of Selecting the Right Open Enrollment Medicare Plan

  • Wall Street Rebel - Michael London | November 21, 2022
Many plans won't pay for certain medical expenditures in the event of an illness, leaving you with a large bill to pay out of pocket. What they do pay for, however, might vary widely from person to person and from plan to plan. Is it really to the ADVANTAGE of the senior to sign on the dotted line? ....
FDA Approves Breakthrough Drug That Delays Type 1 Diabetes

FDA Approves Breakthrough Drug That Delays Type 1 Diabetes

  • Wall Street Rebel - Michael London | November 18, 2022
The FDA has approved the monoclonal antibody Tzield, produced by ProventionBio and Sanofi, for use in patients with type 1 diabetes, but only at stage 2. The goal of using this antibody is to postpone progression to stage 3, the worst possible outcome of the condition. ....
Video Game Boosts Older Adults' Short-Term Memory

Video Game Boosts Older Adults' Short-Term Memory

  • Wall Street Rebel - Michael London | November 10, 2022
Playing video games might be a pleasant way to pass the time, but they can also help us grow our brains in new ways. ScienceAlert was the first to report on a new musical rhythm game that backs up suggestions that playing some video games might lead to cognitive benefits ....
Nerve Stimulation Breakthrough Helps Paralyzed Walk Again

Nerve Stimulation Breakthrough Helps Paralyzed Walk Again

  • Wall Street Rebel - Michael London | November 10, 2022
The lumbar spinal cord contains walking-coordinating neurons. To walk, the brain sends signals through brainstem pathways to activate neurons. Spinal cord damage disrupts this communicative flow system. The injury doesn't directly harm lumbar spinal cord ....
Israeli Study Finds Marijuana Reduces Chronic Lower-Back Pain

Israeli Study Finds Marijuana Reduces Chronic Lower-Back Pain

  • Wall Street Rebel - Michael London | November 1, 2022
Medical cannabis is gaining acceptance as a valid medical treatment, particularly for chronic pain relief. Cannabis use is growing in popularity worldwide. This open-label, observational experiment sought to determine whether medical marijuana helped alleviate low back pain. ....
Children Playing Video Games Display Higher Cognitive Aptitude

Children Playing Video Games Display Higher Cognitive Aptitude

  • Wall Street Rebel - Michael London | October 25, 2022
Negative impacts on children's mental and social health and a lack of physical activity are common sources of parental concern regarding video games. A recent in-depth study, however, hints that there may also be cognitive benefits to the popular hobby. ....
A Revolutionary Cancer Vaccine Possible by 2030

A Revolutionary Cancer Vaccine Possible by 2030

  • Wall Street Rebel - Michael London | October 17, 2022
BioNTech is developing monoclonal antibodies against a new target expressed particularly in pancreatic and other gastrointestinal malignancies. This target is involved in metastasis development and is a sign of an aggressive type of cancer. ....
Sight Restored to Blind Mice

Sight Restored to Blind Mice

  • Wall Street Rebel - Michael London | October 11, 2022
A fresh insight into the brain's capabilities has been provided by discovering a method by which some individuals who are blind may regain their eyesight. The discovery is that the adult brain can recover partly from hereditary forms of blindness. ....
Your Obesity Can Be Influenced by Late Night Eating

Your Obesity Can Be Influenced by Late Night Eating

  • Wall Street Rebel - Michael London | October 7, 2022
Eating late at night may increase one's chance of becoming obese. It is unknown if this is due to shifts in hunger and appetite, changes in energy expenditure, or both, and it is also unknown whether biochemical pathways in adipose tissues are involved. ....
Walking Your Way to a Dementia-Free Life

Walking Your Way to a Dementia-Free Life

  • Wall Street Rebel - Michael London | September 7, 2022
According to the findings of this study, there may be a correlation between a greater step count per day (just under the commonly accepted threshold of 10,000 steps per day) and a lower chance of developing dementia. Additionally, the step ....
Deadly Brain Cancer Eradicated in Study

Deadly Brain Cancer Eradicated in Study

  • Wall Street Rebel - Michael London | September 1, 2022
Researchers discovered a strategy to remove a dangerous, almost always fatal type of brain cancer in mice. Glioblastoma took the lives of Senators John McCain and Edward Kennedy and the president's son, Beau Biden. ....
Striving for a Healthier Life: Drink Black Tea

Striving for a Healthier Life: Drink Black Tea

  • Wall Street Rebel - Michael London | August 31, 2022
United Kingdom, individuals who drank two or more cups of black tea daily had a decreased risk of early death. A new study suggests that black tea may help prevent heart disease and stroke. ....
Once-Abundant Covid Vaccines Will Become Scarcer For Many

Once-Abundant Covid Vaccines Will Become Scarcer For Many

  • Wall Street Rebel - Michael London | August 30, 2022
Some fear the government is losing a chance to resume the vigorous immunization efforts that boosted last year's rollout. After Labor Day, updated Covid vaccinations will target Omicron mutations. But funding has run out. ....
Vitamin D May Reduce Depression Symptoms

Vitamin D May Reduce Depression Symptoms

  • Wall Street Rebel - Michael London | August 22, 2022
Our bodies, both physically and mentally, require the appropriate quantity of vitamin D to function normally. A new meta-analysis reveals that vitamin D supplementation can improve depressive symptoms. This makes vitamin D pills a ....
New Molecule Fights Drug-Resistant Bacteria

New Molecule Fights Drug-Resistant Bacteria

  • Wall Street Rebel - Michael London | August 15, 2022
Scientists and health groups are working hard to find ways to stop bacteria from becoming resistant to antibiotics. Now that a new molecule has been found that can kill bacteria that have become resistant to drugs, help may be coming soon. ....
Have Some Peanuts-Lose Some Weight

Have Some Peanuts-Lose Some Weight

  • Wall Street Rebel - Michael London | August 11, 2022
Recent research discovered that eating peanuts before a meal may reduce blood pressure and weight. Many people don't consume nuts because of the amount of fat and calories they contain, but this study found that eating peanuts before a meal ....
Men are More Vulnerable to Cancer than Women

Men are More Vulnerable to Cancer than Women

  • Wall Street Rebel - Michael London | August 9, 2022
The chance of developing cancer is much greater for males than for women. Many people have blamed external causes when, in reality, there may be a fundamental biological difference at play. ....
U.S. Government Declares Monkeypox Health Emergency

U.S. Government Declares Monkeypox Health Emergency

  • Wall Street Rebel - Michael London | August 4, 2022
With the declaration of a public health emergency, U.S. health authorities may now apply for more funds to combat the spread of Monkeypox. The United States has the highest number of reported cases of Monkeypox compared to any other country. ....
 High Cholesterol CRISPR Cure Enters Human Trial

High Cholesterol CRISPR Cure Enters Human Trial

  • Wall Street Rebel - Michael London | August 1, 2022
New CRISPR based gene therapy aims to permanently deactivate a gene in the liver that regulates the production of PCSK9, a protein that prevents the body from removing excess cholesterol. In trials with monkeys, the treatment reduced LDL ....
Childhood Vaccination Rates Have Dropped the Most in 30 Years

Childhood Vaccination Rates Have Dropped the Most in 30 Years

  • Wall Street Rebel - Michael London | July 18, 2022
WHO has released a report showing the sharpest decline in child immunization rates in the past 30 years. Pandemic lockdowns, misinformation efforts, conflicts, and climatic disasters diverted resources and slowed routine immunization. ....
The Kind of Fats You Consume More Important than the Quantity

The Kind of Fats You Consume More Important than the Quantity

  • Wall Street Rebel | Michael London | November 12, 2021
The latest study found that individuals who ate the most animal fat had a 16% higher risk of stroke than those who ate the least. Those who consumed the most vegetable fat, such as olive and maize oil, had a 13% lower risk of stroke. ....
YouTube Has Removed Accounts that Misrepresent Vaccinations

YouTube Has Removed Accounts that Misrepresent Vaccinations

  • Wall Street Rebel | Michael London | September 29, 2021
YouTube banned popular accounts that spread false information about vaccines on Wednesday, as part of its anti-medical misinformation campaign. Videos that suggest approved vaccines are harmful or cause chronic health issues will be ....
Were Fossil Fuel Health Risks Avoidable?

Were Fossil Fuel Health Risks Avoidable?

  • by Michael London | March 22, 2021
Some scholars compare the dismantling of air-pollution evidence to tobacco companies’ efforts to obscure the association between cigarette smoking and cancer. ....
The Undeniable Necessity of a Good Night’s Sleep

The Undeniable Necessity of a Good Night’s Sleep

  • by Dr. William Gruss | February 24, 2021
Not getting enough sleep is linked with many chronic diseases and conditions such as heart disease, obesity, and depression. The tragedy is one third of U.S. adults report that they usually get less than the recommended amount of sleep. ....
Misconception of Mucus and Phlegm

Misconception of Mucus and Phlegm

  • by Dr. William Gruss | February 22, 2021
Mucus has many names, including “snot,” which is the sticky glue-like material that pours from our nose during a cold. Mucus is also known as phlegm, the dirt that can block your lungs and cause coughing during a cold. No one is probably a ....
Why Stress Can Kill You and What You Can do to Reduce It

Why Stress Can Kill You and What You Can do to Reduce It

  • by Dr. William Gruss | February 22, 2021
Stress is a normal part of our everyday lives. Taking a few moments out to ponder over things that make you stressed and how this stress affects your health is vital for early diagnosis and prompt treatment of your body condition. ....
Drinking Coffee Every Day Reduces Heart Attack Risk by 30%

Drinking Coffee Every Day Reduces Heart Attack Risk by 30%

  • by Dr. William Gruss | February 18, 2021
Consuming excess amounts of coffee can be extremely harmful to our digestive system and sleep cycle. However, when consumed in moderation, coffee can yield a wide array of health benefits, according to a new study conducted by the American ....
Life Expectancy in the United States Taking a Nose Dive?

Life Expectancy in the United States Taking a Nose Dive?

  • by Dr. William Gruss | February 18, 2021
Preliminary estimates released Thursday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention indicate life expectancy in the United States dropped dramatically during the first half of 2020 as the Covid-19 pandemic caused its first wave of deaths. ....
How Gut Microbes Could Drive Brain Disorders?

How Gut Microbes Could Drive Brain Disorders?

  • by Dr. William Gruss | February 17, 2021
Scientists and health experts are exploring different ways to work out how bacteria in the gut can affect brain health and cause brain disorders. These studies will help devise better and targeted treatments for brain diseases. ....
Preventing Osteoporosis - Respect Your Bones

Preventing Osteoporosis - Respect Your Bones

  • by Dr. William Gruss | February 15, 2021
Bones are living tissue which provides a superstructure to support and protect most of the soft tissues and important organs of the body. Bone health is a paramount responsibility if a person wishes to age with dignity and move with ....
Helpful and Harmful Microbes Living In Your Mouth

Helpful and Harmful Microbes Living In Your Mouth

  • by Dr. William Gruss | February 15, 2021
Are you aware that there may be a community of over 700 single-cell beneficial and harmful microbe species living in your mouth at any one time? You can do many things to keep harmful mouth microbes from harming your teeth and health. ....
7 Natural Immunity Boosters Everyone Should Know About

7 Natural Immunity Boosters Everyone Should Know About

  • by Dr. William Gruss | February 12, 2021
You just had a meeting with your old pals in which one of them was ill with severe cold and fever. Later in the evening, you started developing the symptoms too. Your body aches, and a round of unlimited sneezes starts. You picked the phone up ....
COVID Anal Swab More Accurate Than Throat, Nose Swab Tests

COVID Anal Swab More Accurate Than Throat, Nose Swab Tests

  • by Dr. William Gruss | February 11, 2021
COVID-19 has caused several biological and socioeconomic problems with human life. We’ve been diagnosing it through various means – two being the most common ones, including oral and nasal swab tests. China now says that the anal swab test for ....
No Libido? Here’s How to Increase Your Sex Drive

No Libido? Here’s How to Increase Your Sex Drive

  • by Dr. William Gruss | February 10, 2021
The continuing COVID-19 pandemic is causing mayhem with people’s lifestyles and their sex drive. Statistical data show that the pandemic has taken its toll on the nation’s sex drive. Of note, low libido or loss of sex drive can also be a symptom ....
New Israeli Drug a Legitimate Miracle Cure for COVID-19

New Israeli Drug a Legitimate Miracle Cure for COVID-19

  • by James DiGeorgia | February 5, 2021
Medicine developed at Ichilov Hospital moderates immune response, helps prevent deadly cytokine storm researchers say; 29 of 30 phase 1 trial patients left the hospital after suffering moderate to COVID-19 severe infections within 3-5 days. ....
Understanding Full-Spectrum CBD

Understanding Full-Spectrum CBD

  • by James DiGeorgia | February 4, 2021
Not all CBD products in the market are the same. A Full-Spectrum CBD has more than 100+ naturally occurring chemical compounds called cannabinoids, 200 terpenes, many flavonoids, and several phenolic compounds interacting with just a ....
Managing Diabetes - New Technology Makes It Easier

Managing Diabetes - New Technology Makes It Easier

  • by Dr. William Gruss | January 26, 2021
Your body is capable of doing numerous tasks for you. Most of us don’t realize how it keeps us healthy until something goes wrong. Diabetes is a serious condition that occurs when the body has trouble regulating and utilizing blood glucose, ....
Full-Spectrum CBD Tinctures vs. CBD Gummies vs. CBD Gels

Full-Spectrum CBD Tinctures vs. CBD Gummies vs. CBD Gels

  • by James DiGeorgia | January 26, 2021
The CBD industry offers many choices to users in terms of products and intake methods. Sometimes, it all may look similar, but they're not. Each CBD type and intake method boast varying levels of impact and suit specific purposes. ....
Cognitive Health - Maintaining a Mature Mind

Cognitive Health - Maintaining a Mature Mind

  • by Dr. William Gruss | January 20, 2021
Growing older can cause several changes, mentally, physically, and emotionally. Even when a person is healthy, the brain and body start shutting down slowly. The maintenance of your cognitive health - the capability to learn, think and ....
Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Irritable Bowel Syndrome

  • by Dr. William Gruss | January 18, 2021
IBS or irritable bowel syndrome is one of the most debilitating body conditions that cause several troublesome symptoms and leave many people with chronic pain and discomfort. Making things worse, it is not well-understood, and most doctors ....
Understanding High Blood Pressure and Hypertension

Understanding High Blood Pressure and Hypertension

  • by Dr. William Gruss | January 14, 2021
Hypertension or high blood pressure is humanity’s real “Silent Killer.” Most people do not know that they have hypertension until it is usually diagnosed by chance when a person goes for a routine check-up or visits a doctor for some other ....
What are Nutraceuticals/Health Supplements?

What are Nutraceuticals/Health Supplements?

  • by Dr. William Gruss | January 13, 2021
The term Nutraceuticals is used for chemical compounds derived from food sources with additional health benefits and the basic nutrition profile found in foods. Such products are often considered non­specific organic therapies used to ease ....
Food Additives: What You Don’t Know Can Hurt Your Health

Food Additives: What You Don’t Know Can Hurt Your Health

  • by Dr. William Gruss | January 13, 2021
Reading the nutrition labels given on food packages is probably the most important thing to notice on most nutritionists’ lists of healthy foods. But it’s just as necessary to check out the list of ingredients to check the quality of food. ....
Is CBD Potentially a New Powerful Antibiotic?

Is CBD Potentially a New Powerful Antibiotic?

  • by James DiGeorgia | September 18, 2019
Recent research from the University of Queensland’s Institute for Molecular Bioscience indicates that CBD is capable of killing bacterial species commonly plaguing hospitals that can infect human beings. ....
Glucosamine Supplements May Reduce Cardiovascular Risk

Glucosamine Supplements May Reduce Cardiovascular Risk

  • by Helly Bartolome Hernandez Marin, M.D. | June 24, 2019
Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the adult population. It is estimated that three of every ten deaths that occur worldwide are directly related to cardiovascular diseases, the most prevalent being stroke ....
Do You Have a Vitamin B12 Deficiency?

Do You Have a Vitamin B12 Deficiency?

  • by Helly Bartolome Hernandez Marin, M.D. | May 31, 2019
According to studies of the Mayo Clinic, between 15-20% of adults have low levels of vitamin B12, this deficit develops slowly and is more common in the elderly. ....
Exercise Helps You Live Better for Longer

Exercise Helps You Live Better for Longer

  • by Helly Bartolome Hernandez Marin, M.D. | May 8, 2019
Currently, the life expectancy of Americans is 78 years. However, before the year 1900, it was only 47 years. The reason why our ancestors had shorter lives was mainly due to poor medical care, infectious ....
Constipated? Try Eating a Mango

Constipated? Try Eating a Mango

  • by Helly Bartolome Hernandez Marin, M.D. | May 6, 2019
The mango is a deliciously sweet fruit that comes from a tree of the Anacardiaceae family. There are different varieties that can have a red, yellow or green color. Its shape is rounded and has a thick and smooth shell. The benefits created by nature are amazing. ....
Avoid The Cancer Risk; Baby Powder Replacements

Avoid The Cancer Risk; Baby Powder Replacements

  • by Helly Bartolome Hernandez Marin, M.D. | April 30, 2019
Baby powder is a very useful infant product that many people are reluctant to stop using. It has been proven that there are some residues of toxic particles in talc, such as asbestos. Prolonged exposure to these particles has been linked ....
Science May Be On The Verge Of Curing AIDS!

Science May Be On The Verge Of Curing AIDS!

  • by James DiGeorgia | March 5, 2019
“London Patient in Remission” Second HIV patient in remission, after being treated with stem cell therapy offering hope that this miraculous treatment may lead to a permanent cure to AIDS. ....
How Much Fiber Should We Eat To Prevent Diseases?

How Much Fiber Should We Eat To Prevent Diseases?

  • by Helly Bartolome Hernandez Marin, MD | February 11, 2019
World Health Organization carried out a study in which they analyzed the clinical trials to determine how much fiber we should consume to reduce premature mortality and diseases ....
Are Gut Bacteria The Key To Healthy Aging?

Are Gut Bacteria The Key To Healthy Aging?

  • by Helly Bartolome Hernandez Marin, M.D. | November 15, 2018
Multiple studies suggest a relationship between the intestinal microbiome and a wide variety of psychiatric, neurodegenerative, and metabolic diseases. ....
Aspirin, Who Should Take It, Who Should Not

Aspirin, Who Should Take It, Who Should Not

  • by Helly Bartolome Hernandez Marin, M.D. | November 12, 2018
If you are over 70 years old and do not suffer from any cardiovascular disease, do not consume aspirin on a daily basis since consuming this drug preventively does not prolong your life expectancy. ....
What should we not do when we have the Flu?

What should we not do when we have the Flu?

  • by Helly Bartolome Hernandez Marin, M.D. | October 19, 2018
Having the flu is not pleasant, however, as winter approaches, we are more likely to get a cold. It is important to avoid those things that make the flu worse so that the recovery is ....
Melatonin and its usefulness in sleep disorders

Melatonin and its usefulness in sleep disorders

  • by Helly Bartolome Hernandez Marin, M.D. | September 12, 2018
Melatonin is a hormone produced by the pineal gland has an effect on reducing the time until onset of sleep, on increasing total sleep time and is an effective treatment to eliminate jet-lag. ....
Prediabetes – The Silent Enemy

Prediabetes – The Silent Enemy

  • by Helly Bartolome Hernandez Marin, M.D. | September 10, 2018
With the growth of the population, changes in lifestyle, obesity, and other risk factors, diseases such as diabetes mellitus type 2 (DM2) and cardiovascular events have increased in parallel ....
The Importance of Sleeping Well

The Importance of Sleeping Well

  • by Helly Bartolome Hernandez Marin, M.D. | August 29, 2018
Sleep is a biological necessity that allows restoring the physical and psychological functions essential for a full performance. Sleep and wakefulness are brain functions and, therefore, are subject to alterations of the nervous system. ....

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Gulf State of Qatar to Become a Major Supplier of Energy to Europe

Gulf State of Qatar to Become a Major Supplier of Energy to Europe

  • Wall Street Rebel - Michael London | December 9, 2022
There is no country better situated than Qatar to take advantage of the current scenario in Europe. Unlike Qatar, its regional rivals either lack the infrastructure to produce the necessary quantities, as is the case in Nigeria and Algeria or are unable ....

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