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Blood type affects severity of diarrhea caused by E. coli
SCIENCE DAILY A new study shows that a kind of E. coli most associated with 'travelers' diarrhea' and children in underdeveloped areas of the world causes more severe disease in... 6 days
New study shows link between blood type and severity of diarrhea caused by E. coli
NEWS MEDICAL A new study shows that a kind of E. coli most associated with "travelers' diarrhea" and children in... 6 days
Medical News Today: Everything you need to know about thin blood
MNT Thin blood is the opposite of thick blood, which can increase the risk of blood clots and complications, such as stroke. Thin blood can lead to... 2 weeks
Medical News Today: Are apples good for diabetes?
MNT A person with diabetes must monitor the carbohydrate and sugar in their diet. Although apples contain these compounds, they are a healthful choice for people with both type 1 and type 2... 2 days
Scientists Find Four Lineages of Green-Blooded Lizards in New Guinea
SCI-NEWS.COM Several species of skinks (a type of lizard) from the island of New Guinea have lime-green... 6 days
Study: Tree nut consumption linked to improved type 2 diabetes health
NEWS MEDICAL One of the largest studies to date on nuts and diabetes was published today in Diabetologia, the journal of the European Association for the Study of... 6 hours
Lowering blood cholesterol levels could enhance success of T-cell cancer immunotherapy
NEWS MEDICAL Cleveland Clinic researchers have demonstrated for the first time that lowering blood cholesterol levels could enhance the success of a specific type of T-cell immunotherapy in... 1 week
The mystery of lime-green lizard blood
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3D charge and 2D phonon transports leading to high out-of-plane ZT in n-type SnSe crystals
Science Magazine Thermoelectric technology enables the harvest of waste heat and its direct conversion into electricity. The conversion efficiency is... 7 days
Opioid crisis spurs sometimes-deadly abuse of popular diarrhea medicine
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Multiple origins of green blood in New Guinea lizards
Science Magazine Several species of lizards from the megadiverse island of New Guinea have evolved green blood. An unusually high concentration of the green bile pigment biliverdin in the circulatory system of... 1 week
Early time-restricted feeding improves blood sugar control and blood pressure, study shows
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Nightingale Health adds urine, CSF and cord blood analysis to its blood biomarker services
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The vessel not taken: Understanding disproportionate blood flow
SCIENCE DAILY Each time a blood vessel splits into smaller vessels, red blood cells (RBCs) are presented with the same decision: Take the left capillary or the right. While one might think RBCs would... 2 days
The vessel not taken: Understanding disproportionate blood flow
PHYS.ORG Each time a blood vessel splits into smaller vessels, red blood cells (RBCs) are presented with the same decision: Take the left capillary or the right. While one might think RBCs would... 3 days
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We Still Don't Know Why These Lizards Have Lime-Green Blood
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How the Bugs In Your Gut Could Affect Your Blood Vessels
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Scientists reveal mechanisms that may help preterm infants extend nephron development window
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TGen scientists develop new quality-control assay to detect cancer from patient's blood sample
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Surgery involving ultrasound energy found to treat high blood pressure
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Medical News Today: Type 2 diabetes: Sexual orientation may influence risk
MNT A major 24-year-long study finds that lesbian and bisexual women tend to develop type 2 diabetes at a much higher rate than heterosexual women. 2 weeks
Neurologists identify new type of vertigo
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Enhancing the effects of vitamin D to curb type 2 diabetes
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Prenatal test to determine child's rhesus factor found to be reliable, but benefit is unclear
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New era for blood transfusions through genome sequencing
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Adding chemotherapy to treatment regimen can give children with PVS a chance to grow up
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