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Researchers discover how sound reduces pain in mice

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Severe flu risk as immune cells swap with age

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Getting tough on tuft cell lung cancer

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Developing a new cure for lung cancer

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Mindfulness Meditation Reduces Pain by Separating it from the Self

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10 Years On, a Cell Death Discovery Shows Promise for Treating Disease

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Scientists found 5 strains of bacteria that could treat IBD and colon cancer

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Innovative stroke recovery research

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Startup lets doctors classify skin conditions with the snap of a picture

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How a shape-shifting receptor influences cell growth

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Team Explores Nervous System Workings Related to PTSD, Other Mental Health Disorders

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A Rhythmic Small Intestinal Microbiome Prevents Obesity and Type 2 Diabetes

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Study identifies social, motor skills patterns unique to autistic children

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Nanoparticle Vaccine Protects Against a Spectrum of COVID-19-causing Variants and Related Viruses

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Older mice with flu helped with nanoparticle therapy

July 7, 2022

People who have had weight-loss surgery can be at high risk for opioid overdose

July 7, 2022

Researcher examines link of genetic mutation and immune systems to blood cancers

University of Saskatchewan (USask) research findings published in Cell Reports examine how a genetic mutation affects the body’s immune system response to viruses and its link to the development of two types of blood cancers. The body’s innate immune system, active from birth, is the first line of defence against […]
July 7, 2022

Estimating Hidden Hearing Loss

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Study reveals how immune response triggered by COVID-19 may damage the brain

July 7, 2022

A subtle genetic change gives new clues about epilepsy

Sometimes, even the alteration of a single nucleotide in a gene can cause serious disease. In a young boy with epilepsy, this kind of mutation has not just affected the functioning of the protein in question – it could also curb the functioning of several closely related proteins. This has […]
July 7, 2022

Blasts and gaps: Solving gaps in treatment for blast-induced neurotrauma

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Link between recognizing our voice and feeling in control

July 6, 2022

Turnaway Study Shows Impact of Abortion Access on Well-Being

July 6, 2022

Study focus: kidney docs whose ill patients decline dialysis

July 6, 2022

Following the beat: FSU researchers make headway into the function of the heart