Sixty-one-year-old Sharon Cotterman of Kansas
City woke up at 2:30 a.m. on the morning of
November 15, 2000, feeling nauseated and hot.
She and her husband Brant were visiting friends in
Palm Desert, and they had been out to dinner... read more...
Soon after forty-eight-year-old Sally Morgan (not her real name) was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis (RA), she wrote to a Web site for RA sufferers in order to learn more about the illness. “How can you go to bed fine one night,” she asked, “and... read more...
It is, without a doubt, one of the most
exciting discoveries ever made in the
search for a cure for Type 1 diabetes.
The discovery? Transplanted cells from the
spleen appear to develop into insulin-producing
pancreatic islet cells in... read more...
Commitment, planning and
common sense are the
basic characteristics of the
man who created the Ford
Mustang, saved the Chrysler
Corporation from almost certain
demise, and who, on invitation
from President Ronald Reagan,
spearheaded the... read more...
Although many of us think of Parkinson’s disease as a medical disorder that causes shaking of the limbs, stiffness and slowness of movement, it can also cause other troubling problems that are less commonly known to be due to this illness. For... read more...