Tardive dyskinesia is a neurological movement disorder with embarrassing and sometimes painful symptoms. In the first phase it affects a person’s face muscles, causing involuntary, repetitive movements like grimacing, lip smacking or rapid eye blinking.
In order to function brain cells need a constant supply of oxygen and glucose from the blood stream. A stroke or cerebrovascular accident occurs when the blood supply to a certain part of the brain is disrupted and cells began to die.
Actos is a prescription drug used to treat type II diabetes. It works by preventing the liver from producing more sugar and by making muscle and fat cells less resistant to insulin, the enzyme that transforms sugar into energy needed by the body.
Each year in the United States there are more people arrested for drug related crimes than for any other offenses. Drug crimes include offenses consisting in possession, sale, distribution and manufacture of controlled substances.
Progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy is a rare, usually fatal demyelinating disease of the central nervous system. It is caused by the JC virus which is present in more than 80% of healthy adults.