Life Sciences

Diabetes is affecting a growing population of Americans.
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6.21.2017
Biking to work may reduce how stressed an employee is at the beginning of the day.
3:21pm
6.21.2017
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A growing number of pathogens are developing resistance to one or more antibiotics, threatening our ability to treat infectious diseases.
by The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
10:40am
6.21.2017
Devices may reveal time and cause of death when autopsy fails.
by European Society Of Cardiology
10:31am
6.20.2017
The study represents a first step toward low invasiveness devices for the diagnosis and treatment of neurological and psychiatric disorders.
by Istituto Italiano Di Tecnologia - Iit
10:17am
6.20.2017
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A phase 1 randomized controlled trial has found an Ebola virus disease (EVD) vaccine, developed in Canada, was well-tolerated with no safety concerns.
by Canadian Medical Association Journal
3:54pm
6.19.2017
A common household chemical has caused birth defects in mice, according to a new study.
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10:29am
6.19.2017
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This prototype could bypass the issues associated with current therapies prescribed for glaucoma.
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3:25pm
6.16.2017
A new simulation tool for brain surgeons.
by University Of Luxembourg
10:37am
6.16.2017
Indiana University study may explain why mosquitoes infected with Wolbachia bacteria don't transmit diseases such as dengue fever, West Nile virus and Zika.
by Indiana University
10:01am
6.16.2017
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Approximately 80% of all sensory input is received via the eyes.
by Tohoku University
1:54pm
6.15.2017
This discovery could lead to new treatment options for muscle disorders and injuries.
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6.15.2017
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The arrangement of the photoreceptors in our eyes allows us to detect socially significant color variation better than other types of color vision.
by New York University
7:56am
6.15.2017
For the first time, researchers examined concussions at a subcellular level, which could lead to a better understanding on how to prevent or treat concussions.
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6.14.2017
Innovative approach nearly as good as surgical nerve transplant.
by Duke University
4:01pm
6.12.2017
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Newly engineered blood vessels for the teeth may improve long-term outcomes for root canal patients.
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10:08am
6.12.2017
The test incorporates a unique nanotechnology platform to make the diagnostic using only a single drop of blood.
by University of Alberta
1:28pm
6.9.2017
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A new vaccine that can block the high of heroin has showed promise in non-human primates.
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2:37pm
6.8.2017
The proteins the team has studied come from microbes that cause several serious diseases.
by Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
12:54pm
6.8.2017
Proteogenomics uses precise information about the genes and proteins in an individual person’s tissues to inform individual treatment options.
by Karin Rodland, Ph.D., Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
1:53pm
6.7.2017
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The samples came from a variety of tumors including those of colorectal, gynecologic, breast, brain, head and neck cancer, and sarcoma patients.
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6.6.2017
A new wireless pacemaker can be implanted directly into a patient’s heart without needing batteries.
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6.6.2017
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An examination of cancer survivors shows that the rate of severe health problems occurring five or more years after diagnosis has declined over time.
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10:38am
6.6.2017
A study of 124 cancer patients demonstrated that a new, high-intensity genomic sequencing approach can detect circulating tumor DNA at a high rate.
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3:15pm
6.5.2017
Brown fat produces heat to warm the body, while also playing a role in how the body uses glucose.
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3:25pm
6.2.2017
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Russian physicists have found out that spherical silicon nanoparticles can be effectively heated up, and simultaneously emit light depending on their...
by Itmo University
10:16am
6.1.2017
A new computer system is helping the visually impaired navigate.
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10:13am
6.1.2017
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Researchers found that the chemical methylene blue could slow or reverse several well-known signs of aging when it was tested in cultured human skin cells and...
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10:29am
5.31.2017
Changing the natural electrical signaling that exists in cells outside the nervous system can improve resistance to life-threatening bacterial infections.
by Tufts University
10:14am
5.30.2017
A new study from Columbia University shows that the frequent use of marijuana, hashish and hash oil has significant long-term impacts on dental health.
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5.25.2017
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