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New research from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania has shown nicotine-free e-cigarette vapor can have an immediate harmful effect on the body's vascular function. The study was published as the CDC begins investigating an increasing number of hospitalizations across the country being linked to e-cigarette use... Continue Reading More vaping-linked hospitali
An extraordinarily sensitive new blood test has been developed that promises to be able to effectively track the progression of breast cancer at its earliest stages. It is suggested the blood test could track the efficacy of drug therapies better than current imaging techniques and prevent unnecessary surgical procedures or needless extra doses of chemotherapy... Continue Reading New breas
Alkahest, a California-based biotech start-up, has just revealed some compelling early results from an ongoing Phase 2 trial into the efficacy of its novel formulation of plasma proteins derived from young blood, developed to slow, or even stop, the cognitive decline associated with Alzheimer's disease... Continue Reading Young blood cocktail stops Alzheimer's decline, early clinical t
BE AMAZED compiles a very eclectic list of trees from around the world, proving that the typical image you might have of a tree might not always be the right one. The post the world’s most amazing trees include rainbow eucalyptus and dragon’s blood appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
the robotic fish has its own artificial circulatory system that moves the 'electric blood' around the body. The post scientists develop robotic fish that uses hydraulic blood to swim for 36 hours appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
Through a string of interesting studies scientists have been able to probe the links between blood flow to the brain and declining cognitive function. One particularly promising and recent example demonstrated how a drug commonly used for high blood pressure could be used to treat diseases like Parkinson's and dementia. Scientists in the Netherlands have now uncovered another candidate, fi
Despite some promising research, there is currently no one reliable cure for vitiligo. There may be new hope, however, as a recent study has shown an existing medication to be quite effective at repigmenting the affected skin... Continue Reading Existing drug for blood problems is used to treat vitiligo Category: Health & Wellbeing Tags: Medication Skin Treatment Tu
New research from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis is offering a novel hypothesis to possibly explain the long-standing idea that transfusions of young blood can help reverse the effects of aging. The study reveals when older mice are supplemented with a specific protein taken from the blood of younger mice, they live longer and exhibit more youthful characteristics...
Game devs used to be able to skirt Chinese bans on blood in video games in a simple manner, make blood any color but red, and you were good to go. New rules have banned this workaround. What now? ...
We've already heard that eating walnuts may assist people in losing weight. Well, that's not all that they're potentially good for. A new study suggests that consuming the nuts might also help people at risk of heart disease to lower their blood pressure... Continue Reading Eating walnuts may reduce heart disease risk, by lowering blood pressure Category: Health & Wellbeing Tags:


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