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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 […]
October 26, 2021

Huge global variation in oesophageal cancer incidence not due to a unique pattern of DNA damage

October 26, 2021

Solid, liquid, or gas? Technique quickly identifies physical state of tissues and tumors

October 26, 2021

U of T researchers' lab-grown muscles used to study Duchenne muscular dystrophy, develop treatments

October 26, 2021

Study identifies SARS-CoV-2 variant with a deletion in its genome

October 26, 2021

How does our brain really work?

October 25, 2021

Cell fitness in COVID-19 patients is a good predictor of death

October 25, 2021

Pulse Sharpness Correlates with Vascular Aging

Consumer devices that can measure useful age-related cardiovascular metrics such as pulse wave velocity and heart rate variability are not that great in comparison to the much more expensive lines of medical devices. The most important difference lies in whether measuring these parameters in the periphery (arm, wrist, finger) or […]
October 25, 2021

Blood test predicts recovery after hip-replacement surgery, study finds

October 25, 2021

When it comes to healing without scarring, it pays to be small

October 25, 2021

J&J coronavirus vaccine produces low antibody response, study finds

October 25, 2021

Circular RNAs in Hedgehog signaling activation and Hedgehog-mediated medulloblastoma tumors

October 24, 2021

An Update on Revel Pharmaceuticals, Working on Glucosepane Cross Link Breakers

Revel Pharmaceuticals is the result of work funded in large part by the SENS Research Foundation, with the support of its many philanthropic donors. That part of the history of the underlying research isn't covered in today's short article on the company, so it seems worth mentioning here. Cross-links are […]
October 24, 2021

Preventing and Rescuing Hearing Loss

October 24, 2021

Study finds link between sleep habits and weight gain in newborns

October 24, 2021

COVID vaccine booster increases antibody responses, is protective in rhesus macaques

October 24, 2021

$7.5 million to study elusive cell type important in aging, cancer, other diseases

October 24, 2021

Study Suggests Genetic Disease CDKL5 Deficiency Disorder Could Be Treatable after Childhood

October 24, 2021

How Sexism Hinders Brain Research

October 23, 2021

Reviewing Known Approaches to Targeting Senescent Cells to Treat Age-Related Disease

Researchers here discuss the distinguishing features of senescent cells and known ways to target those features in order to selectively destroy these cells. Senescent cells accumulate with age throughout the body, likely the consequence of an accelerated pace of creation and a slower pace of destruction by the immune system. […]
October 23, 2021

This pyramid scheme could be helpful

October 23, 2021

Researcher receives NIH grant to understand structural underpinnings of fibrosis

October 23, 2021

AI Tool Pairs Protein Pathways with Clinical Side Effects, Patient Comorbidities to Suggest Targeted Covid-19 Treatments

October 22, 2021

Immune system keeps the intestinal flora in balance

Trillions of benign bacteria live in the intestine. They are kept in a continuous balance by the immune system, which thereby makes them harmless to humans. Researchers in the Department for BioMedical Research (DBMR) at the University of Bern and Inselspital, Bern University Hospital, and German Cancer Research Center have […]
October 22, 2021

So-called junk DNA plays critical role in mammalian development