Life Sciences

Salt-laden foods may be increasing your risk of dementia, according to a new study.
10:30am
1.17.2018
Mouse research explains why women who have been pregnant may have survival advantage when facing deadly skin cancer.
by University Of Pennsylvania School Of Medicine
3:13pm
1.16.2018
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The synergy between two neurotrophic factors would be beneficial particularly during an early phase of the disease.
by University of the Basque Country.
3:33pm
1.12.2018
Rutgers and Columbia scientists assessed family histories of epilepsy and depression to find a possible genetic relationship.
by Rutgers University
8:30am
1.11.2018
Researchers found that adhesion molecules located on the platelet's surface were responsible for its ability to find and bind to an injury.
by North Carolina State University
7:30am
1.11.2018
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A new understanding of the complex ways in which general anaesthetics act on the brain could eventually lead to improved drugs for surgery.
by University of Queensland
8:00am
1.10.2018
Researchers have developed a capsule that can deliver a week's worth of HIV drugs in a single dose.
by Massachusetts Institute of Technology
7:00am
1.10.2018
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Biologists have developed a method for rapidly screening hundreds of thousands of potential drugs for fighting infections.
by University of Texas at Austin
3:45pm
1.9.2018
Biomedical engineers from Duke University have developed the first functioning human skeletal muscle from induced pluripotent stem cells.
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11:08am
1.9.2018
Replacing the popular contraceptive shot known as DMPA with alternative methods of contraception could help protect women.
by University of Alabama at Birmingham
7:30am
1.9.2018
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Researchers from Rice University have found a way to deliver peptide drugs to cells and tissues using a virus-like nanoscale device.
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3:48pm
1.8.2018
A new test could provide a better prediction of an individual’s risk for early-onset heart disease.
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10:40am
1.8.2018
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When exposed to Zika virus before birth, mouse fetuses with the protein commit cell suicide, while fetuses without it continued to develop.
by Howard Hughes Medical Institute
7:30am
1.8.2018
Researchers have turned to gene therapy in an effort to destroy HIV infected cells in the body, and also create long-term immunity from the disease over the...
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3:33pm
1.5.2018
Clinical trial with non-invasive therapy gives new hope for treating a condition affecting 5 million worldwide.
by Feinstein Institute for Medical Research
12:23pm
1.5.2018
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Researchers have used precision editing of the bacterial populations in the gut to prevent or reduce the severity of inflammation in a mouse model of colitis.
by UT Southwestern Medical Center
10:48am
1.5.2018
A new study of Alzheimer’s predicts a sharp increase over the next three decades as the population ages.
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3:39pm
1.4.2018
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Assessment developed at Johns Hopkins shown to be more accurate than traditional method of measuring cholesterol.
by Vanessa McMains, Johns Hopkins University
7:00am
1.4.2018
Researchers from Yale University have begun to connect genes—including ADAM33 and ORMDL3—to asthma, a major step forward in identifying the origin of the...
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4:04pm
1.3.2018
A new discovery of a potential biomarker for Huntington's disease (HD) could mean a more effective way of evaluating the effectiveness of treatments.
by Boston University School of Medicine
9:23am
1.3.2018
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Studies have shown that the incretin hormones GLP-1 and GIP that have anti-diabetic properties show very promising effects in animal models of Alzheimer’s.
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4:07pm
1.2.2018
Antibiotics used to treat minor illnesses including sinusitis, tonsillitis, bronchitis and bladder infections are contributing to the increasing strength and...
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10:35am
1.2.2018
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A new technique for mapping the wiring of the brain has shown a correlation between how well connected an individual's brain regions are and their intelligence.
by University of Cambridge
10:22am
1.2.2018
Brain activity patterns reveal disease severity and clinical outcomes.
by Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin
5:02pm
12.28.2017
Two companies are teaming up for a unique collaboration aimed at enhancing hearing abilities for patients with hearing challenges.
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8:30am
12.28.2017
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Scientists have defined a novel molecular 'blueprint' that plays a pivotal part in the immune system's ability to fight disease by 'remembering' infections.
by Monash University
7:00am
12.28.2017
Treatment for the most deadly form of skin cancer could be more effective if combined with a well-known drug for rheumatoid arthritis, new research has shown.
by University of East Anglia
8:00am
12.27.2017
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Researchers have taken a major step towards developing a stem cell replacement therapy for debilitating muscle diseases.
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8:30am
12.26.2017
The ends of both strands of viral dsRNA are even, while one strand of cellular dsRNA is a tad longer at the end.
by University of Utah Health
7:45am
12.22.2017
The system represents a significant innovation, as it is more sensitive to specific biomarkers and does not require clinical sample preparation.
by Imperial College London
10:44am
12.20.2017
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