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While sugar is the most frequently named culprit in the development of type 2 diabetes, a better understanding of the role of fats is also essential.
In a recent study, scientists led by Professor Stefan Müller from Goethe University's Institute of Biochemistry II investigated a specific form of blood cancer known as acute myeloid leukemia, or AML.
How do emergency department staff determine whether older adults who have fallen need imaging? A new decision rule will help emergency department physicians determine which older adults need imaging for head injuries, describes new research in CMAJ.
The clinical significance of Streptococcus agalactiae (Group B Streptococcus; GBS) deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) in the placenta.
The safety and efficacy of deep brain stimulation.
The mechanisms by which maternal diabetes mellitus contributes to congenital abnormalities in the fetus.
Does immediate parent-infant skin-to-skin contact improve interaction in very preterm babies at 4 months?
The effect of initial skin-to-skin contact (SSC) at delivery on the quality of mother-infant interactions.
CN Bio PhysioMimix Organ-on-a-Chip data supports Inipharm’s INI-822 for metabolic liver disease treatment now in clinical testing
CN Bio today announced its PhysioMimix® assay for Non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH).
HIV PrEP requirement, duration, uptake, and usage among sexual health services (SHS) attendees in England.
The association between local wake slow waves (LoWS) and cognitive processing.
Whether cochlear neural degeneration occurs in normal-hearing individuals with tinnitus.
Automated external defibrillators (AEDs) are commonly used to restore the heartbeat in cardiac arrest patients.
Researchers examined the combined patient-years of seizure and developmental histories in individuals with disorders related to the STXBP1 gene.
Temporal morphogen-driven neural induction spurs growth of expanded brain organoids with enhanced neuroepithelium formation
Researchers examinea the effects of temporal morphogen gradient during neural induction on the formation of brain organoids.
New adaptive clinical trial aims to reverse neurological damage caused by progressive multiple sclerosis
The first-ever adaptive clinical trial for Australians living with MS will seek to reverse neurological damage caused by progressive multiple sclerosis.
The average morning routine for many Americans includes inhaling several milligrams of chemicals that may be harmful to their health, Purdue University researchers have found.
Scientists develop an innovative device to help older individuals train their posture control, minimizing the risk of falls and associated injuries.
University of Virginia School of Medicine researchers have discovered how Lactobacillus, a bacterium found in fermented foods and yogurt, helps the body manage stress and may help prevent depression and anxiety. The findings open the door to new therapies to treat anxiety, depression and other mental-health conditions.
People with personality traits such as conscientiousness, extraversion and positive affect are less likely to be diagnosed with dementia than those with neuroticism and negative affect, according to a new analysis by researchers at the University of California, Davis and Northwestern University. The difference was not linked to physical damage to brain tissue found in dementia patients, but more likely to how certain personality traits help people navigate dementia-related impairments.