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November 16, 2021

Glutathione Delivery via Iontophoresis Increases Gluthathione Levels in Blood Samples

Glutathione is a mitochondrial antioxidant, and additional antioxidant capacity in mitochondria appears to be beneficial to long-term health, improving mitochondrial function and overall health. Mitochondria conduct the energetic process of producing ATP, used to power the cell, with a flux of oxidative molecules as a side-effect. With age, mitochondria tend […]
November 16, 2021

Researchers take steps to develop new multiple sclerosis treatments

Research from a University of Saskatchewan (USask) College of Medicine team will help develop medications that can inhibit the nerve cell damage that occurs due to diseases such as multiple sclerosis (MS). The research team has modelled the mechanisms by which a specific cell protein, A1, causes damage to nerve […]
November 16, 2021

New stroke clot-buster drug shows ‘exciting potential’ in mice

November 16, 2021

A key brain region responds to faces similarly in infants and adults

November 16, 2021

Prions may channel RNA’s messages

November 16, 2021

New biomarkers for type 1 diabetes

November 16, 2021

Moderate Amounts of Caffeine Not Linked to Maternal Health Risks

November 16, 2021

Anxiety cues found in the brain despite safe environment

November 16, 2021

Noninvasive brain biopsy shows improved sensitivity in tumor detection

November 16, 2021

Researchers target a mouse’s own cells, rather than using antibiotics, to treat pneumonia

November 16, 2021

Common blood pressure drug does not slow down the progression of more advanced Alzheimer’s, study finds

November 16, 2021

Familiar music helps preserve some brain function for Alzheimer's patients

November 15, 2021

Finding Cautions in the Ease with which it is Possible to Create Epigenetic Clocks

In recent years, researchers have established that machine learning approaches can be used to produce any number of clocks from biological data that shifts with age, finding patterns that match chronological or biological age to a great enough accuracy to suggest that they can be useful assays for the assessment […]
November 15, 2021

In the battle against ageing diet is more important than drugs

November 15, 2021

Iron deficiency plays an important role in Alzheimer's

November 15, 2021

For stem cells, bigger doesn’t mean better

November 15, 2021

Comparing outcomes between therapies for babies with hypoplastic left heart syndrome

November 15, 2021

Understanding how frailty in children with heart conditions may influence outcomes

November 15, 2021

Building bacteria to keep us well

November 15, 2021

Researchers find benefits and drawbacks to two-step surgical approach for “leaky heart valves”

November 15, 2021

Roundup of 3 recent studies on dementia risk

November 15, 2021

Could liposomes be the unsung heroes of the pandemic?

November 15, 2021

People are applying mindfulness incorrectly: it is an important skill

November 15, 2021

Faecal transplants for autistic children? Maybe not

November 14, 2021

The Tumor Suppression Theory of Aging

While they cannot explain aging as a whole, single cause theories of aging can be useful tools to frame discussion and investigation aimed at better understanding aging and its evolution. The theory presented here is aging viewed through the lens of cancer, two entwined processes. Aging is viewed as largely […]
November 14, 2021

Chemotherapy with a side of bacteria

November 13, 2021

Cardiovascular Disease is Perhaps Less Well Understood than is Widely Perceived to be the Case

There is, in general, a growing appreciation of the relevance of previously dismissed mechanisms of damage in the pathology of common age-related disease, such as cardiovascular conditions. The biggest challenge in aging and age-related disease is perhaps less the identification of relevant mechanisms, but rather understanding the relative importance of […]
November 13, 2021

Scientists pinpoint key trigger of Crohn’s disease

A new treatment may be on the horizon for people suffering from Crohn’s disease after a McMaster University-led study identified serotonin as a possible trigger of flare-ups. Scientists discovered that increased levels of serotonin hormones prevent gut cells from carrying out autophagy, the routine ‘housework’ of the gut cleaning out […]
November 13, 2021

No, obesity does not protect you from subarachnoid haemorrhage

November 13, 2021

Blood pressure drugs could protect against type 2 diabetes