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Related NIH Guide Notices

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Talking With Your Doctor

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You can play an active role in your health care by talking to your doctor. Clear and honest communication between you and your physician can help you both make smart choices about your health.

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NIH Clinical Research Trials and You - Taking a swing at Alzheimer’s disease

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List of Registries Personal Stories For Parents and Children For Health Care Providers Resources for Trial Sites Educational Resources Glossary of Common Terms If You Have a Question In the News Taking a swing at Alzheimer’s disease Ollie Doolittle helps researchers learn more about the aging brain Ollie and Vernie Doolittle with their arms around each other. Ollie and Vernie Doolittle. 81-year-old Ollie still plays on three softball teams.(Photo credit: UC Davis Alzheimer’s Center) The bond between Ollie and Vernie Doolittle has endured though 60 years of marriage and military service during two wars. They still never go to bed angry (most of the time).

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Drugs Lessen Multiple Sclerosis Damage in Mice

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In a mouse study, 2 drugs already on the market activated stem cells and repaired the type of brain damage seen in multiple sclerosis (MS).

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Helping Older Adults Talk With Their Doctors

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Do you work with seniors? Help them get the most out of their medical appointments with the new Talking With Your Doctor Presentation Toolkit.

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Gut Check

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This site offers easy-to-read information about screening for colorectal cancer, the 2nd leading cause of cancer-related deaths nationwide.

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Mind and Body Therapy for Fibromyalgia

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Fibromyalgia is a long-lasting disorder marked by widespread pain, tenderness, fatigue, and other symptoms that can interfere with daily life.

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Managing Asthma - Learn To Breathe Easier

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Most people have little trouble climbing a flight of stairs or taking a brisk walk, but these simple activities can be tough for someone with asthma. Although there’s no cure, you can breathe easier by knowing how to keep the condition under control.

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Patient’s Own Cells Helped Fight Cancer

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An experimental therapy developed at NIH used a patient’s own immune system to attack and shrink her tumors.

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All About ALS Understanding a Devastating Disorder

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ALS stands for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. It’s also called Lou Gehrig’s disease. ALS attacks motor neurons, the nerve cells responsible for regulating “voluntary” muscles that we’re aware of controlling, such as those in our arms, legs, and face. As these motor neurons degenerate or die, they stop sending signals to muscles. Unable to function, the muscles gradually weaken and waste away.

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