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New Potential Therapy for Alzheimer's Disease Discovered

NEW POTENTIAL THERAPY FOR ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE DISCOVERED

Metabolic dysfunction was found to be the primary cause of Alzheimer's disease, said researchers. Metformin was discovered as a potential...

Variation in Transplant Centers' Use of Less-than-ideal Organs Examined

VARIATION IN TRANSPLANT CENTERS' USE OF LESS-THAN-IDEAL ORGANS EXAMINED

Scientists have developed a tool to assess organ acceptance practices by transplant centers found wide variability in centers' willingness...

 
 
 
Financial Hardship in Cancer: Fresh Insights

FINANCIAL HARDSHIP IN CANCER: FRESH INSIGHTS

Health insurance literacy may be an important intervention for addressing financial problems associated with cancer, found new study.

New Way to Study Early Development and Pregnancy

NEW WAY TO STUDY EARLY DEVELOPMENT AND PREGNANCY

The cultured blastoids have the same structure as natural blastocysts and can even implant in the uterus, said researchers.

 
 
 
New Approach to Tackle Superbugs Developed

NEW APPROACH TO TACKLE SUPERBUGS DEVELOPED

Scientists have uncovered a novel antibiotic-free approach using only food- and pharmaceutical-grade ingredients, which are non-toxic...

Fundamental Insight into How Memory Changes With Age Revealed

FUNDAMENTAL INSIGHT INTO HOW MEMORY CHANGES WITH AGE REVEALED

The 'fixed' nature of memories formed in old age was directly linked to the alternative way the memories were laid down, said researchers.

 
 
 
Non-invasive Brain Stimulation for Patients in Minimally Conscious or Vegetative State

NON-INVASIVE BRAIN STIMULATION FOR PATIENTS IN MINIMALLY CONSCIOUS OR VEGETATIVE STATE

The non-invasive brain stimulation can improve the success of rehabilitation for non-responsive patients, found new study.

World Osteoporosis Day: Focus on 'Emotional Aspects'

WORLD OSTEOPOROSIS DAY: FOCUS ON 'EMOTIONAL ASPECTS'

World Osteoporosis Day is celebrated on 20th October every year. It aims to create global awareness about osteoporosis and the importance...

 
 
 
Tips to Prevent Flu Germs from Spreading in Your Home

TIPS TO PREVENT FLU GERMS FROM SPREADING IN YOUR HOME

Flu season may take its toll on your health. So, here are simple tips to help you and your family strengthen your defenses this flu...

Green Areas in Cities can Promote Wellbeing

GREEN AREAS IN CITIES CAN PROMOTE WELLBEING

Green areas in the inner city can directly promote the wellbeing of urban citizens, reports a new study.

 
 
 
Targeted Therapy That can Help Kids with Deadly Nerve Cancer: Study

TARGETED THERAPY THAT CAN HELP KIDS WITH DEADLY NERVE CANCER: STUDY

New targeted therapy discovered can treat adolescent patients who have a deadly pediatric nerve cancer known as neuroblastoma, reports...

Online Abortion Pill Demand Highest in the US With Restrictive Abortion Policies

ONLINE ABORTION PILL DEMAND HIGHEST IN THE US WITH RESTRICTIVE ABORTION POLICIES

Women in the states with restrictive abortion laws are more likely to seek out prescriptions online to terminate pregnancies, reveals...

 
 
 
Substance Use Disorder May Up Death Risk from Heart Infection

SUBSTANCE USE DISORDER MAY UP DEATH RISK FROM HEART INFECTION

Infective endocarditis patients who struggle with substance use disorder are at a higher risk of dying within 6 months to 5 years after...

New Genetic Link Found for Some Forms of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome

NEW GENETIC LINK FOUND FOR SOME FORMS OF SUDDEN INFANT DEATH SYNDROME

Sudden Infant Death Syndrome claims the lives of more than 3,000 infants a year. A new genetic link has been found for some instances...

 
 
 
Factors That Decide Who Gets Arthritis-linked 'fabella' Knee Bone Identified

FACTORS THAT DECIDE WHO GETS ARTHRITIS-LINKED 'FABELLA' KNEE BONE IDENTIFIED

Arthritis-linked mystery knee bone is more common in older people, more often found in men than women, and in people in Asia, said...

Nearly 3 Million TB Cases Worldwide Miss Out Despite Rapid Treatment Progress: WHO

NEARLY 3 MILLION TB CASES WORLDWIDE MISS OUT DESPITE RAPID TREATMENT PROGRESS: WHO

Around 7 Million People Receive Record Levels of Lifesaving TB Treatment yet 3 Million Still Miss Out, reveals a new study.

 
 
 
New Study Aims to Improve Long-Term Lung Transplant Outcomes

NEW STUDY AIMS TO IMPROVE LONG-TERM LUNG TRANSPLANT OUTCOMES

New research studies the lung transplant recipients to identify the underlying biologic mechanisms that determine the effectiveness...

Effective Treatment for High-need, High-cost Patients

EFFECTIVE TREATMENT FOR HIGH-NEED, HIGH-COST PATIENTS

In crisis and with nowhere else to turn, many patients with serious mental and physical health problems and substance use disorders-every...

 
 
 
Are Aerosols Influencing Our Climate?

ARE AEROSOLS INFLUENCING OUR CLIMATE?

Aerosols give rise to one of the greater uncertainties in understanding the Earth's climate, and the questions still remain, how did...

One Step Closer to Developing Universal Influenza Vaccine

ONE STEP CLOSER TO DEVELOPING UNIVERSAL INFLUENZA VACCINE

Influenza virus devastates health and claims many lives each year. It is especially daunting because vaccines are only protective when...

 
 
 



21 Best Toys & Gifts For 8-Year Old Boys And Girls, According To An Expert

21 Best Toys & Gifts For 8-Year Old Boys And Girls, According To An Expert

Age eight is a time to cultivate a child's creativity and encourage them to learn new skills. Dr. Lauren Gardner , a psychologist at the Center for Behavioral Health at Johns... Read more ...

J&J recalls Baby Powder after FDA finds cancer-causing asbestos in a bottle

J&J recalls Baby Powder after FDA finds cancer-causing asbestos in a bottle

Food and Drug Administration tests found 'sub-trace' amounts of asbestos, a contaminant linked to cancer in a bottle of Baby Powder. J&J faces 13,000 lawsuits over mesothelioma... Read more ...

Cleaning supplies may raise risks for lung diseases by up to 38%, study suggests

Cleaning supplies may raise risks for lung diseases by up to 38%, study suggests

University of Versailles and Harvard University researchers found that nurses who use bleach and ammonium day-in and day-out faced higher risks for lung diseases that are... Read more ...

Effective Treatment for High-need, High-cost Patients

Effective Treatment for High-need, High-cost Patients

In crisis and with nowhere else to turn, many patients with serious mental and physical health problems and substance use disorders-every year flock to emergency rooms... Read more ...

Exercising before Breakfast can Boost Your Health

Exercising before Breakfast can Boost Your Health

Is it better to exercise in the morning? Yes, working out before breakfast in the morning can offer a wide range of health benefits. So, hurry up, start exercising on an empty... Read more ...

New Revolutionary Method to Detect Life-threatening Tumors

New Revolutionary Method to Detect Life-threatening Tumors

Tumors that tend to grow or spread aggressively can be detected through this cheap method. This method has impeccable accuracy when it comes to identifying highly heterogeneous... Read more ...

Bad Breakups may Not Trigger Weight Gain from Emotional Eating: Study

Bad Breakups may Not Trigger Weight Gain from Emotional Eating: Study

People do not gain weight from emotional eating after a relationship breakup, reveals a new study. Read more ...

What's Causing Your Child's Meltdowns?

What's Causing Your Child's Meltdowns?

Does it feel like you're in a constant battle with your child? Are you dealing with frequent emotional outbursts - intense meltdowns, defiance, explosive anger, or... Read more ...

Export of Viagra alternative banned as shortage hits UK so alprostadil can...

Export of Viagra alternative banned as shortage hits UK so alprostadil can be used for cancer

Worsening UK shortages mean drugs in short supply will have to be given to NHS patients, rather than shipped abroad for higher profit. Yesterday exporting alprostadil was banned. Read more ...

High-fat, Low-carb Keto Diet may Affect Your Skin

High-fat, Low-carb Keto Diet may Affect Your Skin

Is keto diet good or bad? Eating ketogenic diets with very high-fat content may affect your skin. A new study highlighted that high-fat, low-carb ketogenic diets high in... Read more ...