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September 23, 2021

Bringing precision to musculoskeletal health

September 23, 2021

Preventing long-term effects of traumatic brain injury

September 23, 2021

Advanced imaging reveals breast cancer’s Achilles’ heel

September 23, 2021

Researchers Build Embryo-Like Structures from Human Stem Cells

September 23, 2021

Allergies to mRNA-based COVID-19 vaccines rare, generally mild

September 23, 2021

Delirium is a common consequence of severe COVID-19, study finds

September 22, 2021

Looking at the Effects of Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatment on Aging: Revisiting a Problematic Study and Ridiculous Claims

The scientific community is very broad, and there are many groups within that community whose members intermittently produce studies that are either poorly designed, poorly conducted, or poorly presented and explained. Or all three, for all of the usual reasons. Constraints of time and funding, institutional pressure to publish, the […]
September 22, 2021

Researchers use exosome-based strategy to block HIV in mice

September 22, 2021

Could future coronavirus variants fully dodge our immune system?

September 22, 2021

Test to Predict Which Patients with Rare Blood Disease Will Respond to Only FDA-Approved Treatment, and Identify Alternative Therapy

September 22, 2021

Using internet in retirement boosts cognitive function

September 22, 2021

New Treatments for Covid-19 May Stave off the Worst Effects of the Virus

September 22, 2021

Research digesting why children, vegetables don’t always mix

September 21, 2021

ICMT Inhibition as an Approach to Treating Progeria

Progeria is a rare genetic condition in which cells throughout the body become misshapen, dysfunctional, and damaged due to the accumulation of a broken form of the structural protein lamin A, called progerin. This produces outcomes that in some ways resemble accelerated aging. Aging is, after all, the accumulation of […]
September 21, 2021

RNA-targeting enzyme expands the CRISPR toolkit

September 21, 2021

Novel approach reverses amblyopia in animals

September 21, 2021

Meeting sleep recommendations could lead to smarter snacking

September 21, 2021

Engineers to Develop ‘DReAM’ for On-demand, On-site mRNA Manufacturing

September 21, 2021

Discovery of Obesity-Causing Genes Could Lead to Drugs to Prevent Weight Gain

September 20, 2021

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy – Does it Really Slow Down Aging?

September 20, 2021

Is it Possible to Safely Tip the Balance in Cancer Treatment Towards Cell Death Rather than Cell Senescence?

Most cancer treatments produce a lot of senescent cells in the course of killing cancerous cells. This is thought to be the primary reason as to why cancer survivors have a reduced life expectancy and greater burden of age-related disease. Senescent cells secrete disruptive, inflammatory signals that harm tissue function […]
September 20, 2021

Exercise and Epigenetics in Neurodegeneration

It is indisputably the case that regular exercise and maintenance of physical fitness into later life lowers the incidence and slows the progression of neurodegenerative disease. One can write any number of reviews akin to today's open access paper, walking through the evidence for cellular pathways involved in neurodegeneration to […]
September 20, 2021

Researchers race to treat rare disorder that affects newborns' hearing and vision

September 20, 2021

Patients with Multiple Sclerosis Show Robust T-Cell Responses to mRNA COVID-19 Vaccines

September 20, 2021

An Estrogen Receptor that Promotes Cancer also Causes Drug Resistance

September 20, 2021

Gut bacteria might be an indicator of colon cancer risk

September 19, 2021

A View of Recent Thought on the Amyloid Cascade Hypothesis of Alzheimer's Disease

Biochemistry is complex, and particularly so in the brain. The amyloid cascade hypothesis of Alzheimer's disease essentially states that slow aggregation of amyloid-β over years causes the onset of later and much more severe stages of Alzheimer's disease, meaning the chronic inflammation in brain tissue and tau aggregation that kills […]
September 19, 2021

A Short Tour of the Senescence-Associated Secretory Phenotype

Senescent cells accumulate with age, but are never more than a tiny fraction of somatic cells in most tissues, even in very late life. Senescent cells nonetheless cause considerable harm via the signals that they produce, the senescence-associated secretory phenotype (SASP). These signals provoke chronic inflammation, harmful remodeling of tissue, […]
September 19, 2021

Biologists identify new targets for cancer vaccines

September 19, 2021

Postural hypotension in older adults related to poor cognition