Medical Research

Researchers Provide A Framework To Study Precision Nutrigeroscience

There are many forms of dietary restriction and their health benefits are not 'one size fits all.' Researchers provide a framework for a new personalized sub-specialty: precision nutrigeroscience, based on biomarkers affected by genetics, gender,...
Related topics: Genetics

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New Avenue For Study Of Diseases Like Multiple Sclerosis

A surprising discovery may offer a promising new direction in the study of multiple sclerosis and other diseases of hypomyelination -- when axons of neurons are not covered sufficiently in fatty sheaths (myelin), which disrupts communication between...
Related topics: Multiple Sclerosis, Neurons

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Infection Hinders Blood Vessel Repair Following Traumatic Brain Or Cerebrovascular Injuries

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) and other injuries to blood vessels in the brain, like stroke, are a leading cause of long-term disability or death. Researchers have found a possible explanation for why some patients recover much more poorly from brain...
Related topics: Brain Injury, Stroke

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Researchers Define Chain Of Events Leading To Dangerous Intestinal Disorder In Preemies

A research team has provided what may be the most definitive view to date of the biological process leading to necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC), a dangerous inflammatory disease that can destroy a premature infant's intestinal lining and causes death...

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Scientists Develop Artificial Intelligence Method To Predict Anti-cancer Immunity

Researchers and data scientists have developed an artificial intelligence technique that can identify which cell surface peptides produced by cancer cells called neoantigens are recognized by the immune system.
Related topics: Cancer, Oncology

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Bat Guts Become Less Healthy Through Diet Of 'fast Food' From Banana Plantations

Nectar-feeding bats foraging in intensively managed banana plantations in Costa Rica have a less diverse set of gut microbes in comparison to bats feeding in their natural forest habitat or organic plantations, reveals new research published today...
Related topics: Diet

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Covid-19 May Be An Occasional Guillain-barre Syndrome Trigger

A new paper in Brain, published by Oxford University Press, indicates that a COVID-19 infection may prompt Guillain-Barre syndrome.

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Men Should Check Their Genes For Prostate Cancer Risk

As Prostate Cancer Awareness Month comes to a close, researchers want to circulate the message that some gene mutations linked to breast and ovarian cancer are also associated with prostate cancer.
Related topics: Genetics, Prostate Cancer, Breast Cancer, Cancer, Ovarian Cancer, Oncology

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New Study Finds Domestic Reference Pricing Could Lower Medicare Spending On New Drugs By 30%

Basing new drug launch prices on historical domestic data could limit manufacturers' power to set extremely high launch prices and could reduce Medicare spending on new drugs by up to 30%, according to a new white paper released today by West Health...
Related topics: Medicare

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Bat Guts Become Less Healthy Through Diet Of 'fast Food' From Banana Plantations

Nectar-feeding bats foraging in intensively managed banana plantations in Costa Rica have a less diverse set of gut microbes in comparison to bats feeding in their natural forest habitat or organic plantations, reveals new research published today...
Related topics: Diet

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Posts Spread Dubious Claim About Ivermectin And Male Fertility

SciCheck Digest The Food and Drug Administration says male infertility is not a known side effect of the antiparasitic medication ivermectin. Dubious claims that the drug sterilizes 85% of male users were incorrectly attributed to a questionable...
Related topics: Fertility, Food And Drug Administration, Infertility

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Fully Automated Capsule Endoscopy Feasible For Gastric Exams

(MedPage Today) -- A fully automated magnetically controlled capsule endoscopy (FAMCE) was found to be comparable to conventional transoral gastroscopy for gastric examination and lesion detection in a prospective feasibility study conducted at...

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Adults With Neurologic Conditions More Likely To Have Experienced Childhood Trauma

Adults with neurologic conditions are more likely than the general population to have had adverse childhood experiences such as abuse, neglect or household dysfunction, according to a new study. The study does not prove that neurologic conditions...

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Decoding Birds’ Brain Signals Into Syllables Of Song

Researchers can predict what syllables a bird will sing -- and when it will sing them -- by reading electrical signals in its brain, reports a new study. The work is an early step toward building vocal prostheses for humans who have lost the ability...

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Cnn Diagnoses 'white Woman Syndrome' In Coverage Of Gabby Petito Case

On Wednesday, just days following the tragic discovery of missing woman Gabby Petito’s body and the autopsy ruling her death a homicide, CNN’s New Day aired a segment in shocking bad taste accusing society of suffering from “missing white...
Related topics: CNN, Autopsies

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Those Who Watched Trump Least Likely To Get Vaccine

A new Pew Research survey finds that Americans who relied most on former President Donald Trump and the White House coronavirus task force for Covid-19 news in the early days of the pandemic are now among those least likely to have been vaccinated...
Related topics: Donald Trump, Vaccines, Polls, White House

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I Protested My University’s Covid-19 Vaccine Mandate. Here’s What Happened.

Bowling Green State University, where I am a graduate student, instituted a COVID-19 vaccination mandate on Sept. 2. A professor had briefly mentioned in class that Bowling Green State University would likely mandate the vaccine since the...
Related topics: Protests, Vaccines

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Onconova (ontx) Kras Inhibitor Shows Activity In Lung Cancer

Onconova Therapeutics, Inc. ONTX announced promising preliminary data from the phase I/II study evaluating its oral pipeline candidate, rigosertib, in combination with Bristol-Myers’ BMY immune checkpoint inhibitor, Opdivo (nivolumab), in...
Related topics: Lung Cancer, Cancer, Oral Cancer, Oncology

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Cassava (sava) Posts Top-line Data From Ad Study On Simufilam

Cassava Sciences, Inc. SAVA announced top-line data from an interim analysis of the ongoing study evaluating its drug candidate, simufilam, for treating patients with mild-to-moderate Alzheimer’s disease (“AD”).Data from the study...
Related topics: Alzheimer's Disease

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Abcellera (abcl), Everest To Co-develop New Antibody Therapies

AbCellera Biologics Inc. ABCL announced that it has entered into a collaboration and license agreement with China-based Everest Medicines to discover therapeutic antibodies for up to 10 (10) indications targeted by the latter.Per the agreement...

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