Tourette syndrome misconceptions only one battle for patients
... People with Tourette have motor and vocal tics
-- rapid, repetitive, meaningless movements and sounds. Common motor tics
include forceful blinking, opening the eyes wide, ... and grimacing, while the most common vocal tics
are sniffing, throat clearing and grunting. Some ...
Forever young: Differentiation blocked in tumor stem cells
... cells. Previous research has demonstrated that tics
are present in different types of brain tumors, including glioblastomas. Although the tics
share many properties with NSCs, they are known ... stem cells, Dr. Fine and colleagues isolated tics
from primary human glioblastomas and compared ...
University Hospitals Case Medical Center finds new treatment holds promise for Tourette syndrome
... often begins in childhood. By young adulthood the tics
have usually diminished in frequency and ... that participated in this clinical trial, the tics
become more disabling even with best medical ... had a marked reduction in their motor and vocal tics
and all but one patient had a significant ...
Kids' Vaccine Ingredient Not Likely Linked to Neurological Problems
... coordination, achievement, behavior regulation, tics
and general intellect.
They then compared ... had about twice the risk of evaluator-observed tics
compared to boys with the lowest exposure.
... no increase in the incidence of parent-reported tics
in children with the highest thimerosal exposure, ...
Waging War on Wrinkles: Infini Cosmetic Associates Now Offers Recent FDA Approved Dysport - The Botox Alternative
... advanced uses of Botox for: hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating) and nervous tics
in the face, neck bands and wrinkles, chin creases and dimpling, lip ... advanced uses of Botox for: hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating) and nervous tics
in the face, neck bands and wrinkles, chin creases and dimpling, lip ...
Tourette Syndrome Diagnosed in 3 in Every 1,000 Kids
... ages of 10 and 12. The key features of the condition are recurring motor tics
plus at least one vocal tic, according the U.S. Centers for Disease ... learning problems, underlining the importance of diagnosis even if the tics
themselves are not a source of distress or disability," he said.
Three in Every One Thousand U.S. Children Diagnosed With Tourette Syndrome
... ages of 10 and 12 years. TS is characterized by recurring multiple motor tics
and at least one vocal tic. tics
are involuntary, repetitive, stereotyped, usually sudden and rapid ...
Some Immature Brain Cells May Promote Tumors
... there is a breakdown in the way in which the cells' genes are expressed. tics
behave like stem cells in many ways, but, instead of growing into healthy tissues, they grow into a tumor. Researchers have reported the presence of tics
in breast, colon, lung and brain cancers.
The NCI team used tumor ...
Advances in drug screening: building a better haystack for the needles of tomorrow
... (TICs) and skin-derived precursors (SKPs). As their full-name suggests, tics
are cancer stem cells developed from tumor samples removed from children. ... The researchers are currently studying the highlighted drugs in tics
from multiple neuroblastoma patients. One drug in particular, rapamycin, ...
Mylan Receives FDA Approval for Additional Strengths of the Antipsychotic Haloperidol
... strengths of the product.
Haloperidol Tablets are an antipsychotic typically used to reduce the symptoms of schizophrenia and uncontrollable tics
and outbursts associated with Tourette syndrome. Haloperidol had total U.S. sales of approximately $21 million for the 12 months ending March 31 for ...
ADHD Treatment Guide: How to Safely, Effectively Use Medications and Non-Drug Therapies to Treat Attention Deficit Disorder
... to ensure the greatest individual benefit
Minimizing side effects of medication include sleeplessness, weight loss, irritability, and tics
Assessing non-drug, alternative treatment options including fish oil, behavior therapy, neurofeedback, and brain training
US FDA Approves 30-Minute Onset of Action for Focalin(R) XR, Bringing Potential Benefits to ADHD Patients During Early Morning Period
... in patients
known to be hypersensitive to methylphenidate or other components of the
product; in patients with glaucoma; in patients with motor tics
or with a
family history or diagnosis of Tourette's syndrome; and during or following
treatment with monoamine oxidase inhibitors.
Study offers new insights into teenagers and anxiety disorders
Craske, with her colleagues Ornitz and Naliboff, as well as Lindsey Bergman, associate director of the UCLA Childhood OCD, Anxiety, and tics
Disorders Program, has recently completed a second study, also funded by the NIMH, of 7-to-12-year-olds. Some were anxious, some were not anxious but ...
OROS(R) Methylphenidate in Adults with ADHD: New Insights
... with: significant anxiety,
tension or agitation; allergies to methylphenidate or other ingredients in
OROS(R) MPH; glaucoma; Tourette's syndrome, tics
or family history of
Tourette's syndrome. Abuse of methylphenidate may lead to dependence. Tell
your health care professional if your child has had ...
... the nails.
Brittle, peeling nails also are a common side effect of stress. "Sometimes patients with nail problems are not aware that their habits
from being stressed out or nervous are at the root of their
problem," said Dr. Mayoral. "There are instances where patients
self-inflict skin, hair ...
CDC Study Links Thimerosal in Vaccines to Motor/Phonic Tics and Deficits in Attention, Behavior Control, Verbal IQ
... -- significantly poorer performance on tests of backward recall -- behavioral regulation problems and a higher likelihood of motor and phonic tics
-- lower verbal IQ scores -- speech articulation problems The study's interpretive outcome and favorable results towards the CDC
and vaccine ...
National Movement Disorders Interactive Experience Center Comes to Tampa Bay for First Time
... professional societies to raise awareness about movement
disorders such as dystonia, spasticity, tremor, restless legs syndrome,
Parkinson's disease, tics
and Tourette's syndrome, and Huntington's disease
that affect nearly one in seven people in the United States. The Life in
Motion campaign is funded ...
Tourettes Syndrome in Children may also Result in Superior Learning Skills
... suggest that abnormalities in the brain linked to tics
in Tourettes syndrome may also result in a range ... report published in the journal Neuropsychologia, tics
in Tourettes syndrome can include eye blinking, ... we see in Tourettes syndrome may lead not only to tics
but also to a much wider range of unsuppressed ...
Strep, Psychiatric Symptoms Possibly Linked in Some Children
... made more than 5,000 observations.”
Throat cultures were collected to test for group A streptococcal infections while a clinician screened for tics
and other involuntary movements of the fingers, wrists, arms, elbows and shoulders.
In addition, as the children waited in line for their ...
Conference on developing new treatments for Tourette Syndrome
... every 1,000 school-age children. Although many children will show a mild variant of TS, as many as one child in 1,000 in the United States may have tics
that interfere with every day living.
The most effective medications are antipsychotic drugs with potent dopamine blocking properties. These ...
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Is Familial
... That disorder, called PANDAS for Pediatric Autoimmune Neuropsychiatric Disorders Associated with Streptococcal Infections, causes both OCD and tics
As their research continues, Hanna and his colleagues hope to eventually conduct clinical trials of glutamate-targeting ...
Mosquito Repellant Resembling Body Odour on the Anvil
... repellents which are approved by the World Health Organization (WHO). Apart from mosquito repellants they are also carrying research with respect to tics
and other disease-carrying insects. The initial experimental results are to be published in the scientific journal. But the scientists are still ...
Pakistan On Alert After Cases Of Fatal Fever
... bleeding disorder a few days after she gave birth to her eighth child in a private clinic.
Doctors say CCHF is transmitted to human beings by tics
as well as through direct contact with the blood and secretions of an infected animal or patient.
Hospital authorities sought to downplay the ...
Clinical Comparisons Between ADHD Drugs Are Less
... drugs such as clozapine.
Limited evidence suggests that the antihypertensive drugs clonidine and guanfacine reduce the severity of facial tics
in children with ADHD, but the two drugs are not approved by the Food and Drug Administration for the treatment of ADHD.
Source: Newswise ...