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February 17, 2022

Remapping Atrial Fibrillation Treatment

February 17, 2022

Flies Possess More Sophisticated Cognitive Abilities than Previously Known

February 17, 2022

Pimple Secret Popped: How Fat Cells in the Skin Help Fight Acne

February 17, 2022

Common Virus May Cause Serious Disease in Transplant Patients

February 17, 2022

Twin study revealed that higher education level helps preserve cognition later in life

February 17, 2022

A missing ‘motor’ causes our eggs to fail

February 17, 2022

Scientists reveal where schizophrenia may originate in the brain

February 17, 2022

Researchers publish first successful “smart boot” study regarding diabetes-related wounds

February 17, 2022

Study finds older Americans are largely unaware of new Alzheimer‘s drug

February 16, 2022

Scientists discover how caffeine protects against cardiovascular disease

Coffee and tea lovers can enjoy their caffeine, as McMaster University scientists have identified how caffeine can help fight cardiovascular disease. Researchers say that just two to three average-sized cups of coffee per day contains enough caffeine to trigger a cascade effect, which reduces the levels of low-density lipoprotein (LDL) […]
February 16, 2022

Scientists Identify a Gene That Can Repair Congenital Heart Defects

February 16, 2022

Seeing Is Believing – Mapping How Cell Types and Tissues Develop

February 16, 2022

People who walk slow and remember poorly face higher risk of dementia

February 16, 2022

Highly Responsive Immune Cells Seem to be Beneficial for the Brain

Findings by researchers from Germany support the view that hyperactive immune cells in the brain can have a protective effect in the course of neurodegenerative diseases. Experts from Deutsches Zentrum für Neurodegenerative Erkrankungen (DZNE), Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (LMU) and LMU Klinikum München report on this in the scientific magazine “The EMBO […]
February 15, 2022

Improved Physical Function in Old Mice Treated with Rapamycin, Acarbose, and Phenylbutyrate

It is quite rare for researchers to attempt combined treatments, unfortunately. The panoply of calorie restriction mimetics and other approaches to gently upregulate stress responses are individually not all that impressive, and it remains unclear as to which of them can be stacked for greater effect. In the treatment of […]
February 15, 2022

Amyloid Lurks in a Third of Cognitively Normal People Over 70

Including nearly 20,000 participants, the largest study on amyloid prevalence to date estimates that a third of cognitively normal people older than 70 have amyloid building up in their brains. Published January 31 in JAMA Neurology and led by Olin Janssen and Willemijn Jansen at Maastricht University in the Netherlands, […]
February 15, 2022

Male carriers of BRCA1 and BRCA2 gene mutation also at risk of multiple cancers

People who carry the BRCA1 or BRCA2 gene mutation have an increased risk of pancreatic, stomach and prostate cancers, as well as the previously well-known risk of breast and ovarian cancers – but not for melanoma, according to new University of Melbourne led research calling for increased testing in male […]
February 14, 2022

Bone growth inspired “microrobots” that can create their own bone

Inspired by the growth of bones in the skeleton, researchers at the universities of Linköping in Sweden and Okayama in Japan have developed a combination of materials that can morph into various shapes before hardening. The material is initially soft, but later hardens through a bone development process that uses […]
February 14, 2022

Study reveals neurobiological processes occurring during puberty that trigger sex differences in learning and memory

February 14, 2022

Introducing ‘INSIGHT’ — A Machine Learning Approach to Managing Diabetes and Cardiovascular Risk

February 14, 2022

Researchers identify potential therapeutic target for aortic stenosis

February 14, 2022

‘Decision switch’ discovered in mutations linked to common brain tumor

February 14, 2022

First-of-its-Kind Study: Predicting Depression and PTSD Risk After Trauma

February 13, 2022

Study identifies how Epstein-Barr virus triggers multiple sclerosis

A new study found that part of the Epstein-Barr virus mimics a protein made in the brain and spinal cord, leading the immune system to mistakenly attack the body’s nerve cells. Scientists have long suspected — but failed to prove — a link between certain viral infections and the development […]
February 13, 2022

Targeted, reliable, long-lasting kill switch for microbes

February 13, 2022

What is heart inflammation?

February 13, 2022

Researchers simulate behavior of living 'minimal cell' in three dimensions

February 12, 2022

Mapping Mutation ‘Hotspots’ in Cancer Reveals New Drivers and Biomarkers

February 12, 2022

Hungry for Love: Gut Molecule Discovered that Flips the Feeding-to-Mating Switch

February 11, 2022

Paracetamol could increase the risk of heart disease and stroke in some people