Thursday, February 2, 2023

Study: Study focuses on people not treated effectively with antidepressants — (Details)

People with depression who are treated with nerve stimulation experience significant improvements in quality of life, even when their depression symptoms don't completely...
Science is ready to make men pregnant, A New Study Reveals

Science is ready to make men pregnant, A New Study Reveals

Men could get pregnant as early as “tomorrow” due to huge leaps in the transplantation of wombs, according to the outgoing president of the...

Study: Human blood cells can be directly reprogrammed into neural stem cells — ...

Scientists from the German Cancer Research Center (DKFZ) and the stem cell institute HI-STEM* in Heidelberg have succeeded for the first time in...

Study: Neural inflammation plays critical role in stress-induced depression — (Details)

A group of Japanese researchers has discovered that neural inflammation caused by our innate immune system plays an unexpectedly important role in stress-induced...
University research and the private sector

Report: University research and the private sector

URBANA, Ill. - Food additives get a bad rap, but a natural ingredient from orange peels and apple skins, pectin, is a thickener safely...

Study: Research assesses how large-scale patterns of brain activity could vary between cognitive systems...

Like instruments in an orchestra, different parts of the human brain work together to help us perform the functions of daily life, ranging...
Endovascular therapy for stroke sufferers

Endovascular therapy for stroke sufferers

For its capacity to lessen the frequency of incapacity, a strategy called endovascular therapy (ET) could be the best choice for some stroke sufferers,...
New research may lead to memory restoration in Alzheimer’s disease

New research may lead to memory restoration in Alzheimer’s disease

During the past decade, brain researcher have succeeded in implanting false memories into humans, causing them to hear sounds that do not exist and...

Timing of SNAP benefits can reduce childhood injuries

IMAGE: Colleen Heflin, professor of public administration and international affairs at Syracuse University's...
Coronavirus: How do you slow a pandemic?

Coronavirus: How do you slow a pandemic?

Mical Raz, a University of Rochester health policy expert, physician, and historian, says implementing the most up-to-date understanding of epidemiology is key to dealing...

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