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September 7, 2021

Severe Infections During Pregnancy Associated With Complications Around Childbirth

September 7, 2021

Novel mechanism links genetic defect in IBD patients to gut leakiness

September 6, 2021

Stanford researchers develop an engineered ‘mini’ CRISPR genome editing system

September 6, 2021

New therapeutic target discovered for a number of aggressive cancers

September 6, 2021

Researchers track how microbiome bacteria adapt to humans via transmission

September 6, 2021

International research consortium to tackle tumour drug resistance using single-cell sequencing

September 6, 2021

Researchers discover individual variation in how our bodies develop and acquire mutations

September 6, 2021

Avocados change belly fat distribution in women, controlled study finds

An avocado a day could help redistribute belly fat in women toward a healthier profile, according to a new study from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and collaborators. One hundred and five adults with overweight and obesity participated in a randomized controlled trial that provided one meal a day for […]
September 6, 2021

Link between amino acid and a range of common diseases could help predict personal risk

September 6, 2021

Programming synthetic exosomes to optimize wound healing

Scientists create synthetic exosomes with natural functionalities and present their therapeutic application. Scientists from the Max Planck Institute for Medical Research in Heidelberg and colleagues at the DWI Leibniz Institute for Interactive Materials in Aachen have engineered synthetic exosomes that regulate cellular signaling during wound closure. The synthetic structures are […]
September 6, 2021

Loss of gene linked to differences in brain size

September 6, 2021

Why do we shake our heads when we want to say "no"?

September 5, 2021

Reviewing the Ability of Calorie Restriction to Slow Aging

Calorie restriction is the most studied means to slow aging, and from this numerous lines of work have emerged, each focused on one small subset of the sweeping changes in metabolism that occur in response to a lowered intake of nutrition. Lack of nutrients puts stress on cells and organisms, […]
September 5, 2021

New resource to advance genomics-driven precision medicine

September 3, 2021

Old skeletal stem cells interfere with healing, promote ‘inflammaging’

September 3, 2021

The Accelerated Aging Produced by Chronic Kidney Disease

Many lines of evidence point to kidney function as being particularly important to the health of organs throughout the body. To pick one example, one of the better known longevity-associated genes, klotho, appears to act in the kidney, and yet is well known for producing improvements in cognitive function. Here, […]
September 3, 2021

In the immune arsenal, antibodies offer best long-term hope against COVID

September 2, 2021

New mechanism preventing toxic DNA lesions opens up therapeutic avenues for Huntington's disease

A new mechanism that stops the progression of Huntington’s disease in cells has been identified by scientists at the University of Cambridge and UCL, as part of their research groups at the UK Dementia Research Institute. Researchers say the breakthrough study, published in Cell Reports, could lead to much needed therapies […]
September 2, 2021

Immune cell betrayal explains why it gets colder as we age

September 2, 2021

COVID-19 long-haulers at risk of developing kidney damage, disease

September 2, 2021

Studying an extra COVID-19 vaccine dose in people with autoimmune diseases

September 2, 2021

Biomedical engineers demonstrate potential for the first clinically successful osteoarthritis drug

September 2, 2021

Nicotine residue found in hair of 70% of children whose parents smoke

September 2, 2021

Prof Shane Grey to lead gene therapy for type 1 diabetes at Garvan Institute

September 2, 2021

Iron deficiency affects half of pregnancies, yet many women aren’t screened

September 2, 2021

Fighting brain cancer at its root

September 2, 2021

The Impact of Viral Infection on Microglia and the Aging of the Brain

A growing school of thought sees persistent viral infection as an important contributing factor in age-related neurodegeneration. The widely varying burden of infection that is present in the population could help to explain the puzzling epidemiology of conditions such as Alzheimer's disease, in that only some of the people with […]
September 2, 2021

Self-managing hypertension with tech help

September 2, 2021

Liquid biopsies may aid diagnosis, treatment of bladder, nerve tumors

September 2, 2021

New Artificial Intelligence Technology Poised to Transform Heart Imaging