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January 19, 2022

Space Flight Destroys Your Red Blood Cells

It’s really true: space wants to kill us. And this time, space is trying to kill us from the inside out. A new study on astronauts living on board the International Space Station shows that while in space, the astronauts’ bodies destroyed 54 percent more red blood cells than they […]
January 19, 2022

Ovarian cancer is not a silent killer

January 19, 2022

New collaboration to advance rheumatoid arthritis treatment

January 19, 2022

Research team identifies new mechanism for protecting DNA

January 19, 2022

Scientists Demonstrate Utility of Bilateral Tumor Model for Evaluating Anti-Cancer T-cell Responses

January 19, 2022

Ketogenic diet likely to reduce brain damage after traumatic injury

January 19, 2022

Researchers pinpoint how Zika virus evades cell’s antiviral response

January 19, 2022

Development of fatty liver disease under a healthy diet

January 19, 2022

Earlier ovarian cancer detection with a pilot version of "itty bitty" device

Biomedical engineering professor and BIO5 Institute Director Jennifer Barton has spent nearly a decade developing a falloposcope for ovarian cancer detection in its early stages. Banner – University Medical Center surgeon Dr. John Heusinkveld has now used the device to capture images of study participants' fallopian tubes for the first […]
January 19, 2022

A Suctioning Sleeping bag Could Solve eye Problems in Space

As any good cardiologist would tell you, blood flow is key to your health.  They probably won’t tell you that gravity is key to blood flow.  But that’s probably because they don’t usually have to deal with patients that aren’t subject to gravity.  When people are no longer subject to […]
January 18, 2022

Arthritis-related gene also regenerates cartilage in joints and growth plates

January 18, 2022

Obesity in mice lowered by increasing effects of key weight-regulating hormone

January 17, 2022

Tangled Messages: Tracing Neural Circuits to Chemotherapy's 'Constellation of Side Effects'

January 17, 2022

Obscure protein is spotlighted in fight against leukemia

January 17, 2022

Plants: RNA notes to self

January 17, 2022

Cannabidiol may help arm cells against COVID-19

January 17, 2022

Study reveals link between brain cell development and risk of schizophrenia

January 17, 2022

A Protein Controlled by both Light and Temperature May Open Doors to Understanding Disease-related Cell Signal Pathways

January 17, 2022

COVID-19 may cause birth-related complications

January 17, 2022

COPD screening could help tens of millions of people in the world

January 17, 2022

Why Are We Genetically Modifying Humans? The Promise of Epigenetics (Video)

January 16, 2022

Unprecedented cellular maps of tissues enabled by new tool

January 16, 2022

Public’s view on using graphene to treat cancer sought

January 16, 2022

Large international evaluation shows AI accurately diagnoses prostate cancer

January 16, 2022

Findings open the way to more precise diagnoses and treatments of Alzheimer’s disease

January 15, 2022

Scientists develop new strategy for brain cancer treatment

January 15, 2022

The Future of Human Reproduction: Where will tomorrow’s babies come from?

January 15, 2022

Research suggests possibility of vaccine to prevent skin cancer

January 14, 2022

Remembering faces and names can be improved during sleep

January 14, 2022

Oxytocin could help treat some forms of autism, researchers find

Oxytocin may be an effective treatment for some forms of autism, say McMaster researchers who have shown that, in mice, the hormone can  correct patterns of brain activity associated with reduced social interest. Using a combination of two brain-mapping techniques, fMRI and iDISCO, researchers imaged the brains of mice missing the CNTNAP2 gene, previously linked to autism spectrum […]