Medical News Today: Parkinson’s: Ultrasound technology may relieve symptoms

A new study shows that pulses of minimally invasive ultrasound waves improve the quality of life for people living with Parkinson’s disease by immediately and significantly reducing tremors. Share on PinterestA new technique may help reduce tremors in Parkinson’s disease. The study involved a minimally invasive procedure that offers significant benefits over some other treatments…

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Courtney Bass, Daniel Sherizen

Courtney Jameson Bass and Daniel Benjamin Sherizen were married Nov. 29 at Boston City Hall. Alex Geourntas, a justice of the peace, officiated. The bride, 38, works in human resources at Google in San Francisco, where she advises executives on human resource matters. She graduated from Harvard, from which she also received an M.B.A. She…

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Helen Yang, Maxwell Meyer

Dr. Helen Xiao Yang and Maxwell Livingston Meyer were married Nov. 30 at the Marriott resort on Ko Naka Yai, an island off the coast of Phuket, Thailand. Mark Angus Meyer, the brother of the groom and who became a Universal Life minister for the event, led a ceremony. The following week, the couple is…

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Lindsey Puliti, Gregory Kay

Lindsey Maria Puliti and Gregory Alan Kay were married Nov. 30 in Newark. The Rev. Paul M. Donohue performed the ceremony at St. Lucy’s Roman Catholic Church. Mrs. Kay, 30, is a client manager at Superunion, a brand agency in New York. She graduated from the College of New Jersey and received an M.B.A. from…

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Ellie Krupnick, Daniel Aronhime

Ellie Krupnick and Daniel Moshe Aronhime were married Nov. 27 at Congregation Beth El in Voorhees, N.J. Rabbi Aaron B. Krupnick, the bride’s father, officiated. Ms. Krupnick, 30, is the managing editor of Eater, the food and dining website of Vox Media in New York. She graduated magna cum laude from Barnard College. Her mother,…

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Daniella Berman, Anthony Cak

Daniella Nadine Berman and Anthony Daniel Cak are to be married Dec. 1 in Brooklyn. Rabbi Amichai Lau-Lavie is to officiate at Brooklyn Winery. Ms. Berman, 34, is a doctoral candidate in art history and archaeology, specializing in 18th- and 19th-century European art, at N.Y.U.’s Institute of Fine Arts, and is also a fellow in…

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Medical News Today: Do past medicines hold the answer to antibiotic resistance?

Historically, doctors used metals to treat infections. Researchers think that this treatment method may be worth a modern reexamination. Share on PinterestScientists are exploring new avenues for tackling the antibiotic resistance crisis. As an increasing number of bacteria develop antibiotic resistance, scientists are looking beyond this family of medications that has served us so well…

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