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Early changes in blood pressure linked to poorer brain health in later life  NEWS MEDICAL · 36 minutes
Research involving participants of Britain’s oldest running birth cohort study has revealed that changes in blood pressure in those as young as... more
Middle-life hypertension may shrink the brain in later life  NEWS MEDICAL · 7 hours
A long-running study which ha been following up people into their seventies concludes that high blood pressure between the age of 36 and 53 years is associated with brain pathology... more
Study finds increase in Medicaid-covered preemptive kidney transplants after Medicaid expansion  NEWS MEDICAL · 8 hours
Medicaid expansion has helped more young, low-income adults with advanced kidney disease to avoid the costs and poor quality-of-life associated with dialysis, reports a study in... more
To make lakes healthy, you first need the right recipe  SCIENCE DAILY · 13 hours
Pollution of lakes is a worldwide problem. Restoration attempts take a lot of time and effort, and even then they might backfire. A team of researchers suggests a... more
New tool makes web browsing easier for the visually impaired  SCIENCE DAILY · 16 hours
Researchers have developed a new voice assistant that allows people with visual impairments to get web content as quickly and as effortlessly as possible from smart speakers and... more
E. coli's secret weapon in launching infections  SCIENCE DAILY · 17 hours
Most types of Escherichia coli are harmless, but the ones that aren't can cause severe life-threatening diarrhea. These problematic bacteria launch infections by inducing intestinal cells to form tiny structures, called pedestals, that anchor... more
Free rides could lead to better health outcomes for seniors  SCIENCE DAILY · 17 hours
Older adults are enthusiastic adopters of ridesharing technology. Access to on-demand ride sharing improves their access to health care and improves their overall quality of life. However, the... more
A battery-free sensor for underwater exploration  SCIENCE DAILY · 17 hours
Researchers have developed a battery-free underwater communication system that uses near-zero power to transmit sensor data. The system could be used to monitor sea temperatures to study climate change and track marine life over long periods... more
A solution to prevent beer bottle explosions  PHYS.ORG · 19 hours
Some contaminant yeasts make beer bottles and cans explode. Apart from being dangerous for consumers these 'diastatic' yeasts also cause loss of beer batches due to off-flavours, increased alcohol and over-carbonation in products. VTT... more
Centuries-old Japanese family firms make history relevant to today's business world  PHYS.ORG · 20 hours
Strategy-makers in long-lived Japanese firms face a challenge to match generations of history and guidance with modern-day corporate challenges and change. more
Designing new ways to make use of ocean plastic  PHYS.ORG · 21 hours
Beachcombing has long been a part of life for island communities. On the southwestern edge of Scarp, a small, treeless island off the coast of Harris in Scotland's Outer Hebrides,... more
Study with 950 managers from a public institution investigates frequency and causes of defensive decisions  PHYS.ORG · 21 hours
Despite their better judgment, decision-makers such as managers often don't pick what is objectively the best option. Instead,... more
Lab-on-a-chip drives search for new drugs to prevent blood clots  SCIENCE DAILY · 20 hours
The effectiveness of current anti-clotting medication can be limited due to the risk of complications. This is driving a need for alternatives that can both prevent the formation... more
All instruments onboard Rosalind Franklin rover  ESA · 21 hours
The full suite of scientific instruments, including cameras that will give us our eyes on Mars, the drill that will retrieve pristine soil samples... more
Living near green space linked to mental wellbeing, finds study  NEWS MEDICAL · 22 hours
Living within 300 m of urban green space such as parks, nature reserves or play areas is associated with greater happiness, sense of worth, and life satisfaction -... more
Albumedix announces evaluation agreement with a top pharma collaborator  NEWS MEDICAL · 22 hours
Novartis and Albumedix Ltd. have entered into an agreement to evaluate the development of several first-in-class therapeutics using Albumedix’s Veltis technology platform and associated technologies. more
Abcam collaborates with Visikol to develop new tools for improved tissue clearing and 3D imaging  NEWS MEDICAL · 22 hours
Abcam, a global innovator in life science reagents and tools, and Visikol, a contract research organization focused on... more
Making biominerals: Nature's recipe is old, evolved more than once  PHYS.ORG · 24 hours
In recent years, scientists have teased out many of the secrets of biomineralization, the process by which sea urchins grow spines, mollusks build their shells and corals make... more
Scientists discover new way to reconstruct what extinct animals looked like  PHYS.ORG · 24 hours
Scientists could be set to reveal the most accurate depictions of ancient vertebrates ever made after a world-first discovery at University College Cork (UCC) in Ireland. more
Nanoparticle relieved symptoms of inflammatory bowel disease in mice  PHYS.ORG · 24 hours
Researchers at the University of Michigan College of Pharmacy have developed a nanoparticle that alters the gut microbiome and alleviates symptoms of inflammatory bowel disease in mice more effectively than... more
Freeway crossing to give wildlife room to roa  PHYS.ORG · 24 hours
Like many urban singles, the mountain lion P-22 lives a solitary life in a too-small habitat. And he has a hard time finding a mate in the big city. more
Insights on service life of industrial components  PHYS.ORG · 24 hours
It is of technological importance to understand the accumulation of plastic damage or deformation in components under various operating conditions in order to estimate their service lifetime. more
Mission to Jupiter's icy moon confirmed  PHYS.ORG · 24 hours
An icy ocean world in our solar system that could tell us more about the potential for life on other worlds is coming into focus with confirmation of the Europa Clipper mission's next phase. The decision... more
Neanderthal tool-making process may have been simpler than previously thought  PHYS.ORG · 24 hours
Neanderthals and other early humans produced a tarry glue from birch bark; this was long considered proof of a high level of cognitive and cultural development. Researchers had... more
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Senior elite British gymnast, James Hall, recommends PEMF therapy to achieve champion state
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