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October 31, 2021

Anxiety and the brain’s perception of inner-body signals

October 30, 2021

Scientists boost immune function in mice by mimicking natural renewal processes

New study identifies molecular players in ‘dead man’s switch’ that triggers key immune organ’s regeneration after damage. The pandemic has put immune function — and how to boost it — at top of mind. Most recommendations for boosting immune responses focus on lifestyle choices, including adequate sleep, a solid exercise […]
October 30, 2021

NIH researchers identify how two people controlled HIV after stopping treatment

October 30, 2021

How foodborne diseases protect the gut's nervous system

October 30, 2021

A new model for how the brain perceives unique odors

October 30, 2021

Red Blood Cells Play Much Larger Role in Immune System: Discovery of DNA-Binding Capability

October 30, 2021

Newly Discovered Skin Cell May Underlie Inflammatory Skin Disease

October 29, 2021

A MicroRNA Signature of Cognitive Decline

An enormous amount of data can be derived from analysis of the cells and molecules found in a blood sample. Researchers will be kept busy for decades yet, ever more efficiently gathering and mining this data, in search of ways to assess the progression of aging and specific age-related diseases. […]
October 29, 2021

The “PodoSighter” uses AI to identify a key indicator of early kidney disease

October 29, 2021

Researchers find promising new approach to stop intestinal problems caused by immune cells

October 29, 2021

Engineers devise a way to selectively turn on RNA therapies in human cells

October 28, 2021

Calorie Restriction versus Cancer, Viewed in Terms of Growth Signaling

The practice of calorie restriction, eating fewer calories while still obtaining sufficient micronutrients, is well demonstrated to reduce cancer risk in animal models, and also appears to improve outcomes in the case of an established cancer. This is similarly the case for practices such as intermittent fasting or fasting mimicking […]
October 28, 2021

A heart that beats (almost) like our own

October 28, 2021

Brain implant enables blind woman to see simple shapes

October 28, 2021

All About Eve

October 28, 2021

Researchers find promising new approach to stop intestinal problems caused by immune cells

October 28, 2021

Tracking down the ‘elusive’ gene variant behind a devastating immune disorder

October 27, 2021

Is Iron Metabolism an Understudied Aspect of Aging?

Many of the interventions demonstrated to produce interesting effects on the pace or state of aging are challenging to learn from. This is the case because these interventions change so much of the operation of metabolism as to make it hard to pick apart what is most relevant to the […]
October 27, 2021

Dragging your feet? Lack of sleep affects your walk, new study finds

October 27, 2021

The path from pollutants in food to a heightened allergic response

October 27, 2021

Caltech Researchers Team Up to Fight Parkinson's Disease

October 27, 2021

Patients with rare scleroderma have deadlier organ damage, despite getting standard treatment

October 27, 2021

Hit the sleep ‘sweet spot’ to keep brain sharp

October 27, 2021

Liverpool-led research centre to advance new treatments for cystic fibrosis infections

October 27, 2021

Patients with rectal cancer who exercise while receiving radiation therapy more likely to have tumours disappear

October 27, 2021

Dopamine’s many roles, explained

October 27, 2021

Action video games make players better learners of visual, memory tasks

October 27, 2021

Cancer cells change shape, how they move to invade different types of tissue

October 27, 2021

Multi-Algorithm Approach Helps Deliver Personalized Medicine for Cancer Patients

October 26, 2021

Optimal blood pressure helps our brains age slower

People with elevated blood pressure that falls within the normal recommended range are at risk of accelerated brain ageing, according to new research from The Australian National University (ANU). The research also found optimal blood pressure helps our brains stay at least six months younger than our actual age. The researchers are now calling for national health guidelines to be updated to reflect their important findings. The ANU study, published […]