Thursday, June 13, 2024

Health: Genes marked with colorful barcodes give precise, instantaneous snapshots of single cells —...

A breakthrough new technique enables scientists to image 10,421 genes at once within individual cells. The work was done in the laboratory of Long...
Contaminated lettuce kills five, downs 200 in US

Contaminated lettuce kills five, downs 200 in US

Five dead, nearly 200 sickened in romaine lettuce outbreak. Two of the victims are from Minnesota, with the others being from New York, California and...
Research finds common toothpaste ingredient may up colon cancer risk

Research finds common toothpaste ingredient may up colon cancer risk

Controversial antibacterial ingredient now linked to inflammation and cancer? A large research team led by senior author Guodong Zhang at the University of Massachusetts Amherst...
New Study: Some calories are more 'harmful' than others

New Study: Some calories are more ‘harmful’ than others

Sugar-sweetened drinks lead to greater increases in risk factors for cardiometabolic disease than equal amounts of energy from starch. The study, published in Obesity Reviews,...
Study: Exercise doesn't slow progression of dementia

Study: Exercise doesn’t slow progression of dementia

Exercise does not appear to help delay the progression of dementia in people with early stages of the disease and may actually speed up...
Researchers Unveil Research On New Freeze Response In The Brain

Researchers Unveil Research On New Freeze Response In The Brain

Scientists at the National Institutes of Health studied mice and how their brain reacted when meeting a threat. The study was published in the...
Big Female Fish Play a Big Role in Replenishing Populations

Big Female Fish Play a Big Role in Replenishing Populations

Large female fish lay more eggs than the small ones, and it’s a fact known for over a century. After examining the size and number...
Research Investigates Very Low-Carb Diets for Type 1 Diabetes

New Study Investigates Very Low-Carb Diets for Type 1 Diabetes

'Very Low Carb Diet' Could Help Diabetics Manage Blood Sugar Levels? A new research strengthens this idea, showing that a diet low in carbs can...
Researchers discover a modern foe in ancient skeletons

Researchers discover a modern foe in ancient skeletons

Researchers from University of Copenhagen and Cambridge University have analysed the DNA of a human, who lived about 4.5-million-years ago and found the oldest...
High blood pressure and brain health are linked

High blood pressure and brain health are linked

High blood pressure, especially in middle age, is associated with an increased risk of cognitive impairment later in life, according to a new statement...

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