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September 28, 2021

In a gene tied to growth, scientists see glimmers of human history

September 28, 2021

How parents feed kids is linked to emotional eating, study says

September 27, 2021

Towards the Regeneration of Hair Cells to Restore Lost Hearing

Loss of hair cells in the inner ear is thought to be the primary mechanism behind the progression of age-related hearing loss, though there is some debate over whether it is in fact loss of cells versus loss of the connections that link hair cells to the brain. For some […]
September 27, 2021

Insights from our genome and epigenome will help prevent, diagnose and treat cancer

September 27, 2021

Toward Transformative Science

September 27, 2021

An often overlooked cause of genetic disease

September 27, 2021

Brain Development Insights

September 27, 2021

Infection hinders blood vessel repair following traumatic brain or cerebrovascular injuries

September 27, 2021

NIH-supported study suggests alternative to race-based kidney function calculations

September 27, 2021

Researchers Use Unique Imaging Technology to Map Cells Tied to Inflammatory Bowel Disease

September 27, 2021

University of Pennsylvania establishes the Center for Precision Engineering for Health with $100 million commitment

September 27, 2021

Breast cancer researchers learn how to teach an old drug new tricks to help patients

September 27, 2021

Metastatic prostate cancer comes in two forms, which could guide treatment

September 27, 2021

Study: Fitness, Physical Activity Appear Superior to Weight Loss for Reducing Risks of Obesity

September 26, 2021

Cellular Reprogramming, and the Goal of Separating Dedifferentiation from Epigenetic Rejuvenation

Rejuvenation takes place very early in embryonic development. The germline cells that go into the creation of an embryo are well protected and maintained in comparison to the average somatic cell in the adult body. Nonetheless, there is an accumulation of age-related epigenetic changes and molecular damage. Cells purge themselves […]
September 26, 2021

Global cancer risk from burning organic matter comes from unregulated chemicals

September 26, 2021

Integrating relative survival in multi-state models – a non-parametric approach

September 25, 2021

The MicroRNA Content of Exosomes in the Context of Aging

Much of the communication between cells is carried in extracellular vesicles, membrane-wrapped packages of signaling molecules. Vesicles are classified by size at present, though the nomenclature is often used confusingly and inconsistently. Exosomes are one class of smaller and frequently studied vesicle. Since it is now comparatively cheap to analyze […]
September 24, 2021

Misunderstood disorders

Some people have a tough character and have trouble establishing close relationships with other people. However, sometimes the inability to relate to the environment and others is linked to managing emotions and making decisions. There may be hallucinations or even a complete lack of emotions. In this case, it may […]
September 24, 2021

Long Term Weekly Dosage of Senolytic Dasatinib and Quercetin Reduces Disc Degeneration in Mice

The combination of dasatinib and quercetin was the first practical senolytic therapy explored in mice and human trials. Treatments tended to be one-time (a few doses a few days apart) or weekly over a period of a few months. Here, researchers try a longer term approach, weekly intervals for much […]
September 24, 2021

Innate immune response may predict COVID-19 severity

September 24, 2021

Earless worms ‘listen’ through their skin

September 24, 2021

Time until dementia symptoms appear can be estimated via brain scan

September 24, 2021

Sex and the symbiont: Can algae hookups help corals survive?

September 24, 2021

Improving the Diagnosis of Heart Disease in Women

September 23, 2021

Aging: It’s more complicated than we thought

Every cell in the body goes through thousands of chemical reactions each day, and each reaction involves tiny protein molecules folded into precise shapes to perform their functions. Misfolded proteins underlie some of the most common and devastating diseases of aging, like Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. A major focus of aging […]
September 23, 2021

New COVID-19 treatment for people with diabetes shows promise

September 23, 2021

Infants have more microplastics in their feces than adults, study finds

September 23, 2021

Epigenetic change found in cancers linked to DNA’s 3D instabilityEpigenetic change found in cancers linked to DNA’s 3D instability

September 23, 2021

"Second-Hand" Psychological Stress Can Lead to Depression in Mice, Finds Study