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December 7, 2021

Feast or forage? Study finds circuit that helps a brain decide

December 7, 2021

Uterus study is important step towards understanding diseases that affect one third of women

December 7, 2021

Researchers develop model for treating HIV/AIDS, depression

December 7, 2021

New immunotherapy for leukemia discovered

December 7, 2021

Joining forces to prevent cancer

December 7, 2021

Cataract surgery linked with lessened dementia risk

December 6, 2021

Senolytic Treatment Minimizes the Contribution of Excess Fat Tissue to Insulin Resistance in Mice

Senescent cells accumulate with age throughout the body, and contribute directly to the onset and progression of a wide range of age-related conditions. While never present in large numbers in comparison to normal somatic cells, senescent cells are metabolically active, secreting signals that provoke chronic inflammation, altered cell behavior, and […]
December 6, 2021

Elevated heart rate linked to increased risk of dementia

December 6, 2021

A new tool in the fight against rectal cancer

December 6, 2021

FDA Approves “Glowing Tumor” Imaging Drug to Better Identify Ovarian Cancer Cells Using Approach Pioneered by Surgeons at the University of Pennsylvania

December 6, 2021

Seizures and memory problems in epilepsy may have a common cause

December 6, 2021

Biocompatible glue for corneal repair is a sight for sore eyes

December 5, 2021

Heart Rate Variability, Aging, and Cardiovascular Fitness

Heart rate variability is an increasingly popular measure of cardiovascular health. Heart rate variability is known to decline with age, but to what degree is this a reflection of processes of cardiovascular aging versus the loss of physical fitness that is a feature of old age in our present, overly […]
December 5, 2021

Identifying proteins using nanopores and supercomputers

December 5, 2021

Covid-19 studies should record women’s menstrual changes, recommend researchers

December 5, 2021

How digital and molecular data can be integrated and used to improve health

December 5, 2021

NIH scientists discover new B cell that tempers autoimmunity

December 5, 2021

Tough attachment between tendon, bone achieved through unique fibrous architecture

December 4, 2021

The Continued Quest for Pluripotent Adult Stem Cells

Does the adult mammalian body contain naturally pluripotent stem cells, capable for forming any other cell type, given the right stimuli? Over the past twenty years various groups have argued that it does, but none of those scientists have produced evidence that is both compelling and easily replicated. If they […]
December 4, 2021

FDA Approves “Glowing Tumor” Imaging Drug to Better Identify Ovarian Cancer Cells Using Approach Pioneered by Surgeons at the University of Pennsylvania

December 3, 2021

Microglia as Mediators of the Link Between Psychological Stress and Cognitive Aging

Psychological stress appears to modestly accelerate some measures of aging, though most of the evidence for this correlation comes from animal studies. Evidence points to chronic inflammation, and the immune system in general, as an important factor in this correlation. Separately, chronic inflammation in brain tissue is known to be important in neurodegenerative conditions, and […]
December 3, 2021

Human parasite’s daily rhythms could be targeted for better treatments

December 3, 2021

Breaking the chain that culminates in cancer

December 3, 2021

Reality bites: lack of awareness of oral health-illness link

December 3, 2021

Inherited mutation linked to aggressive prostate cancer

December 3, 2021

Harnessing the organisation of the cell surface

December 3, 2021

New way of identifying early risk of cardiovascular disease

December 3, 2021

Nuclear deformation research could advance artificial tissue engineering

Biomedical Engineering Professor Corey Neu and Benjamin Seelbinder wanted to answer two fundamental questions. How do cells adapt to their environment and how does a mechanical environment influence a cell? What they discovered during their more than six years of research has the potential to tackle major health obstacles and advance […]
December 2, 2021

On the Ability of Redundant Blood Vessels to Lower Cardiovascular Mortality

A few strategies offer the possibility of growing additional redundant blood vessels, though this is far from rigorously proven. Intermittently provoking hematopoietic stem cells to leave the bone marrow via CXCL12 upregulation, for example. Humans are not completely uniform in their major blood vessel networks, there are variant populations with […]
December 2, 2021

Scientists edge closer to probe that would inspect atherosclerotic plaques by forcing molecules to sound their presence

Skoltech researchers and their colleagues have come one step closer to a working optoacoustic endoscopic probe — a device that could slip inside a blood vessel and analyze atherosclerotic plaques by shining laser light on them to make them wobble like a loudspeaker membrane and betray their chemical composition with […]