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Researchers Develop Structural Blueprint of Nanoparticles to Target White Blood Cells Responsible for Acute Lung Inflammation

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Sorting Cancers by ‘Immune Archetypes’ May Offer New Approach For Precision Immunotherapies

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Timing of Brain Injury in Pregnancy, Birth May Impact Motor and Language Outcomes

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The Well Studied Mutations that Extend Life in Mammals

Mutations affecting growth hormone metabolism and insulin metabolism, and that lead to extended life, are comparatively well studied in mammals. The longest lived mice are those in which growth hormone receptor is knocked out. Unfortunately, this, like many interventions related to growth, nutrient sensing, and the like, produces a much […]
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Exercise Alters Brain Chemistry to Protect Aging Synapses

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Video games teach balance, reduce symptoms in autistic adolescents

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New way to alter DNA, affect health circumvents gut bacteria

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New comprehensive map of the portal to the cell’s nucleus

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Calorie Restriction Improves the Aging Brain Tissue Microenvironment

The practice of calorie restriction improves long-term health and slows near all aspects of aging assessed to date. In humans, the beneficial effects of calorie restriction on healthy people are larger than any enhancement technology is yet proven to supply; it remains to be seen as to how the first […]
January 7, 2022

Abiraterone could cut the risk of prostate cancer death in half for some patients

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Drug combination reduces narcotic use, manages pain after surgery for teens with scoliosis

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Study finds lower risk of breast cancer with more sun exposure

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When Mom Talks, Are Infants with ASD Listening?

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Long-Reads and Powerful Algorithms Identify “Invisible” Microbes

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The Aging Kidney Harms the Brain

A good deal of evidence points to declining kidney function as a cause of declining cognitive function in aging. There are strong correlations between loss of kidney function and risk of dementia, for example. Correlation isn't a smoking gun in matters of aging, however: it is possible for any one […]
January 6, 2022

‘Pop-up’ Electronic Sensors Could Detect When Individual Heart Cells Misbehave

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First model to predict lifetime risk of heart failure

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Scientists Identify Gene Variants Linked to Severe Schizophrenia

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Clues to treatment of schizophrenia and bipolar disorder found in recently evolved region of the ‘dark genome’

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How AI Could Help Screen for Autism in Children

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Potential New Gene Editing Tools Uncovered

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A Hair Follicle is a Complex Structure, Still Comparatively Poorly Understood

Why hasn't the research and development community achieved greater progress towards solving the problem of hair loss with age, given the sizable interest in achieving this goal? One possible answer is that a hair follicle is a very complicated structure that undertakes a shifting pattern of behaviors over time. It […]
January 5, 2022

Computer Model of Blood Enzyme May Lead to New Drugs for Cardiovascular Disease

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Boosting the body’s response to infections with a bio-inspired peptide

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Protein test could lead to earlier and better diagnosis of Parkinson’s

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Experimental Gene Therapy Reverses Sickle Cell Disease for Years

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