Las Vegas, Nevada (NAPSI) - There could be good news for the nearly 26 million people in the United States affected by diabetes:America’s biopharmaceutical research companies are currently developing 221 innovative new medicines to help treat diabetes.

Las Vegas, Nevada (NAPSI) - Thousands of women begin menopause every day in the United States. For many women, symptoms of menopause can be tough to get through, especially because they can last for many years. Symptoms such as night sweats can rob women of sleep, and hot flashes can cause embarrassment and anxiety.

Las Vegas, Nevada (NAPSI) - At one point, Josh described his life as a nightmare. He heard voices compelling him to break into his parents’ homes and take his sister’s car, landing him in jail. He says it is difficult to discuss this period of his life without perpetuating the negative stigma related to his diagnosis of schizophrenia, a condition that affects about 2.5 million American adults.

Las Vegas, Nevada (NAPSI) - When most people think about longevity, they don’t usually think about the immune system. Without the ability to fight off infections and abnormal cells, however, they wouldn’t live very long. This is where the reishi mushroom comes into play.

Las Vegas, Nevada (NAPSI) - If a good night’s sleep seems a distant dream because dry mouth keeps disturbing your slumber, you may be able to wake up to some good news.

Las Vegas, Nevada (NAPSI) - High pressure in the eye is an important risk factor for developing open-angle glaucoma.

Las Vegas, Nevada (NAPSI) - The next time you feel your energy flagging, consider this advice from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and other experts:

Las Vegas, Nevada (NAPSI) - The United States leads the world in obesity with more than a third of the population considered obese.

Las Vegas, Nevada (NAPSI) - At one point in his career, Mike “Coach K” Krzyzewski never thought he would see this moment. As the USA men’s basketball team stood on the podium to receive its 2012 Olympic gold medal, Coach K thought back to a more difficult time, when he was in constant pain.

Dallas, Texas (NAPSI) - The cooler temperatures of winter can present health challenges for those with heart disease and those who love them. To help, the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association offer some tips.