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Physicians studying how to prescribe income security
NEWS MEDICAL Physicians at St. Michael's Hospital are studying how full-time income support workers hired by health-care clinics can help vulnerable patients or those living in poverty improve their finances and their health. 24 hours
McCain completes round of radiation, chemo for brain cancer
ABC NEWS The daughter of U.S. Sen. John McCain of Arizona says the 80-year-old lawmaker has completed the first round of radiation and chemotherapy as he battles an aggressive form of brain... 1 day
Zika virus activates de novo and cross-reactive memory B cell responses in dengue-experienced donors
Science Magazine Zika virus (ZIKV) shares a high degree of homology with dengue virus (DENV), suggesting that preexisting immunity to DENV could... 1 day
Histone 1, the guardian of genome stability
SCIENCE DAILY Genomic instability is the main risk factor for tumor development in humans. Therefore understanding its origin and and exploring therapeutic targets is paramount. Histone 1 silences a region of the genome that causes irreparable... 1 day
Medical News Today: Rheumatoid arthritis: Birth control pill tied to reduced risk
MNT A large Swedish study has found that women who had used contraceptive pills had less risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis than women who had... 1 day
Drug resistance in an intestinal parasite of piglets confirmed for the first time
PHYS.ORG The parasite Cystoisospora suis causes diarrhea in pigs, especially in newborn piglets, and is capable of quickly spreading across farms. For this... 1 day
Contraceptive pill linked to lowered risk of rheumatoid arthritis
SCIENCE DAILY Taking the contraceptive pill, particularly for seven or more consecutive years, is linked to a lowered risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis. 1 day
Study provides evidence that oral immunotherapy may be possible cure for peanut allergy
NEWS MEDICAL Allergy immunotherapy company Prota Therapeutics Pty Ltd is pleased to announce results from a follow up study of the probiotic and peanut... 2 days
Peanut allergy successfully kept at bay with immune-based therapy
NEWS MEDICAL Australian researchers from the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute have come up with a latest study results showing that peanut allergy could be treated successfully with an immune-based therapy. This new... 2 days
Untangling what goes on when a relationship is being questioned
SCIENCE DAILY Knowing whether to stay in or leave a romantic relationship is often an agonizing experience and that ambivalence can have negative consequences for health and well-being. Now a... 2 days
Antibiotics found to weaken body's ability to fight off disease
SCIENCE DAILY Adding another reason for doctors to avoid the overuse of antibiotics, new research shows that a reduction in the variety of microbes in the gut interferes with the... 2 days
WATCH: Scientists tout positive findings in peanut allergy pill study
ABC NEWS The pill is a mix of probiotics and tiny amounts of peanut to build tolerance. 2 days
Researchers get closer to creating new blood test that can identify breast cancer brain metastasis
NEWS MEDICAL Houston Methodist cancer researchers are now closer to creating a blood test that can identify breast cancer patients... 2 days
Scientists tout positive findings in peanut allergy pill study
ABC NEWS Scientists in Australia report success with trials of a pill filled with a mix of probiotics and tiny amounts of peanut to build tolerance to peanut allergies. 2 days
Antibiotic use makes immune cells less effective in fighting infections
NEWS MEDICAL Adding another reason for doctors to avoid the overuse of antibiotics, new research shows that a reduction in the variety of microbes in the gut interferes with the... 2 days
Study shows feasibility of noninvasive retinal imaging for screening people at risk of AD
NEWS MEDICAL Alzheimer's disease (AD) represents the leading cause of dementia worldwide. Currently, challenges in making an early and definitive diagnosis of... 2 days
New strategy to treat aggressive lung cancer
SCIENCE DAILY Research on a novel therapeutic avenue for an aggressive and difficult to treat subgroup of lung cancer has now been shared in a new article. 2 days
Gold nanostars and immunotherapy vaccinate mice against cancer
PHYS.ORG By combining an FDA-approved cancer immunotherapy with an emerging tumor-roasting nanotechnology, Duke University researchers improved the efficacy of both therapies in a proof-of-concept study using mice. 2 days
A new therapeutic target in view?
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Deriving genomic diagnoses without revealing patient genomes
Science Magazine Patient genomes are interpretable only in the context of other genomes; however, genome sharing enables discrimination. Thousands of monogenic diseases have yielded definitive genomic diagnoses and potential gene therapy targets. Here we show how... 2 days
Scientists develop novel immunotherapy technology for prostate cancer
SCIENCE DAILY A novel immunotherapeutic strategy for the treatment of cancer based on the use of synthetic DNA to directly encode protective antibodies against a cancer-specific protein has been described in a new article. 2 days
Hemorrhagic fevers: Countering inflammation to prevent circulatory failure
PHYS.ORG Hemorrhagic fevers are severe viral diseases that are often fatal. Researchers from the University of Basel have now identified messenger substances of the immune system, which in infected mice lead to the... 2 days
Noninvasive retinal imaging may improve early detection of Alzheimer's disease
SCIENCE DAILY Alzheimer's disease (AD) represents the leading cause of dementia worldwide. Currently, challenges in making an early and definitive diagnosis of AD limit opportunities to intervene with disease-modifying therapies... 2 days
Sartorius unveils new ultrapure water system for laboratories
NEWS MEDICAL With arium mini, the laboratory and pharmaceutical equipment supplier Sartorius offers an especially compact ultrapure water system. 3 days
Researchers find a way to combat pharmacoterrorism
PHYS.ORG Using a novel molecular analysis technique, scientists at The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) have identified the chemical underpinnings of Captagon, also known as fenethylline, an illegal amphetamine-type stimulant that has been linked to substance... 3 days
Molecule increases pregnancy rate and number of offspring in cattle
PHYS.ORG Researchers at Inprenha Biotecnologia, a company based in Jaboticabal, São Paulo State, Brazil, working in partnership with colleagues at the University of São Paulo's Ribeirão Preto School of... 3 days
Sanford Health launches solid tumor oncolytic virus clinical trial
NEWS MEDICAL Sanford Health is the first site in the United States to launch a clinical trial using a genetically-engineered virus that aims to destroy therapy-resistant tumors. 3 days
Scientists discover novel therapeutic strategy to treat aggressive subgroup of lung cancer
NEWS MEDICAL Research conducted by a team of Norton Thoracic Institute scientists on a novel therapeutic avenue for an aggressive and difficult to treat subgroup of... 3 days
Online education enhances administration of blood clot-preventing medications
NEWS MEDICAL Results of a yearlong study funded by the Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) with more than 900 nurses at The Johns Hopkins Hospital suggest that well-designed online education can decrease the rate... 3 days
Toxic formaldehyde is produced inside our own cells, scientists discover
SCIENCE DAILY New research has revealed that some of the toxin formaldehyde in our bodies does not come from our environment -- it is a by-product of an essential reaction... 3 days
Online education boosts proper use of drugs that prevent blood clots
SCIENCE DAILY Well-designed online education can decrease the rate of nonadministration of prescribed and necessary doses of blood thinners to prevent potentially lethal blood clots in hospitalized patients. 3 days
Popular immunotherapy target turns out to have a surprising buddy
SCIENCE DAILY The majority of current cancer immunotherapies focus on PD-L1. This well-studied protein turns out to be controlled by a partner, CMTM6, a previously unexplored molecule that is now... 3 days
UC Irvine pharmacology researchers unearth potential roots of schizophrenia
NEWS MEDICAL An abundance of an amino acid called methionine, which is common in meat, cheese and beans, may provide new clues to the fetal brain development that can manifest in schizophrenia,... 3 days
Vomocytosis of live pathogens from macrophages is regulated by the atypical MAP kinase ERK5
Science Magazine Vomocytosis, or nonlytic extrusion, is a poorly understood process through which macrophages release live pathogens that they have failed to... 3 days
Express Scripts to limit opioids; doctors concerned
ABC NEWS Nation's largest pharmacy benefit manager will soon limit opioids prescribed to first-time users; American Medical Association criticizes move 3 days
Long-term testosterone therapy improves urinary, sexual function and quality of life
SCIENCE DAILY A new study shows a significant improvement in both sexual and urinary function as well as quality of life for hypogonadal men who undergo long-term testosterone... 3 days
Combination of traditional chemotherapy, new drug kills rare cancer cells in mice
SCIENCE DAILY An experimental drug combined with the traditional chemotherapy drug cisplatin, when used in mice, destroyed a rare form of salivary gland tumor and prevented... 3 days
Vaginal estrogens do not increase cancer, cardiovascular disease risk in post-menopausal women
NEWS MEDICAL Women who have gone through menopause and who have been using a vaginal form of estrogen therapy do not have a higher risk of cardiovascular disease... 3 days
Drug-delivering micromotors treat their first bacterial infection in the stomach
SCIENCE DAILY Nanoengineers have demonstrated, for the first time, using micromotors to treat a bacterial infection in the stomach. These tiny vehicles, each about half the width of a human... 3 days
BU scientist wins $231,000 AHA award to improve cardiovascular therapies
NEWS MEDICAL Vijaya B. Kolachalama, PhD, assistant professor of medicine at Boston University School of Medicine, has received a Scientist Development grant from the American Heart Association. 3 days
Chapman University's School of Pharmacy wins more than $3.5 million through 30 research awards
NEWS MEDICAL Chapman University’s four-year-old School of Pharmacy continues its aggressive growth in federal grant awards. 3 days
Compounds produced by creosote bush exhibit anti-parasitic activity against pathogenic protozoa
NEWS MEDICAL Researchers at Skaggs School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences at University of California San Diego and the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus have found that... 3 days
Roots of schizophrenia: Excess of methionine during pregnancy?
SCIENCE DAILY An abundance of an amino acid called methionine, which is common in meat, cheese and beans, may provide new clues to the fetal brain development that can manifest in schizophrenia, pharmacology researchers... 3 days
Bespoke filtration equipment facilitates delivery of critical drugs to leading children’s hospital
NEWS MEDICAL Amazon Filters has supplied a major pharmaceutical manufacturer with bespoke filtration equipment enabling them to fulfil a contract to deliver critical drugs to a... 4 days
Older people treated with electroconvulsive therapy for depression may not get relief from insomnia
NEWS MEDICAL Older people receiving electroconvulsive therapy for their depression likely will need an additional treatment if insomnia is one of their... 4 days
Medical News Today: Does laser therapy for knee pain work?
MNT Laser therapy is an experimental type of treatment being offered for knee pain. We look at the science behind it, and benefits or risks of laser therapy. 4 days
Biochemist explores complex interaction of activation and regulation in fat breakdown
NEWS MEDICAL What happens and where, when the body’s fat stores are activated? With the support of the Austrian Science Fund FWF, the biochemist Ruth Birner-Grünberger investigates the... 4 days
Drug-delivering micromotors treat their first bacterial infection in the stomach
PHYS.ORG Nanoengineers at the University of California San Diego have demonstrated for the first time using micromotors to treat a bacterial infection in the stomach. These tiny vehicles, each... 4 days
Experimental therapy for heart fibrosis?
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers report encouraging preclinical results as they pursue elusive therapies that can repair scarred and poorly functioning heart tissues after cardiac injury. Scientists inhibited a protein that helps regulate the heart's response to adrenaline, alleviating the disease processes... 4 days
Using experimental and computational methods, researchers reveal workings of bacterial defense system
PHYS.ORG Central to understanding why bacteria become antibiotic resistant is knowing how bacteria respond to the drugs trying to kill them. In a new study,... 4 days
Epigenetic drugs show promise as antivirals
SCIENCE DAILY Some epigenetic pharmaceuticals have the potential to be used as broad spectrum antivirals, according to a new study. The study demonstrated that histone methyltransferases EZH2/1 inhibitors, which are being used in cancer clinical trials, have activity... 4 days
Understanding antibiotic resistance
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers have uncovered new insights into how bacteria respond to stress. When deprived of nutrients, strains of the bacterium Streptococcus pneumoniae mount a coordinated defense. When exposed to antibiotics, the bacterial response is highly disorganized, revealing the bacteria are far... 4 days
How head-on collisions of DNA protein machines stop replication
SCIENCE DAILY Head-on collisions between the protein machines that crawl along chromosomes can disrupt DNA replication and boost gene mutation rates. This may be one of the ways bacteria control their evolution... 4 days
Artificial blood vessels mimic rare accelerated aging disease
SCIENCE DAILY Biomedical engineers have grown miniature human blood vessels using stem cells taken from patients with an extremely rare genetic disease called progeria that causes symptoms resembling accelerated aging in children. The blood... 4 days
Skewing the aim of targeted cancer therapies
SCIENCE DAILY The aim of targeted gene-based cancer therapies could often be skewed from the start. A widespread concept about how cells produce proteins proved incorrect 62 percent of the time in a new study in... 4 days
Cancer-fighting T cells are smarter, stronger than experts thought
SCIENCE DAILY It takes a minuscule amount of force to make T cells behave in the lab as they behave in the body. That finding is a leap in cancer therapy research. 4 days
How head-on collisions of DNA protein machines stop replication
PHYS.ORG A new study describes how head-on collisions between protein machines on chromosomes can disrupt DNA replication and boost the rate of gene mutations that help bacteria survive hostile environments, resist... 4 days
Injectable gel holds promise as wound-healing material for strokes
PHYS.ORG A research team led by UCLA biomolecular engineers and doctors has demonstrated a therapeutic material that could one day promote better tissue regeneration following a wound or a stroke. 5 days
lungs in space research project could lead to new lung therapeutics Lungs in space: research project could lead to new lung therapeutics
PHYS.ORG VIDEO Space travel can cause a lot of stress on the human body as the change in gravity, radiation and other factors creates a hostile environment. While... 5 days
Mayo Clinic researchers discover new cause of treatment resistance in prostate cancer
NEWS MEDICAL Mayo Clinic researchers have identified a new cause of treatment resistance in prostate cancer. Their discovery also suggests ways to improve prostate cancer therapy.... 5 days
Researchers hint at experimental molecular treatment for heart failure
NEWS MEDICAL Researchers report encouraging preclinical results as they pursue elusive therapeutic strategies to repair scarred and poorly functioning heart tissues after cardiac injury – describing an experimental molecular treatment for heart... 5 days
Physicians trained at lowest-ranked medical schools write more opioid prescriptions, study finds
NEWS MEDICAL Physicians trained at the United States' lowest-ranked medical schools write more opioid prescriptions than physicians trained at the highest-ranked schools, according to a study... 5 days
Discovery of new prostate cancer biomarkers could improve precision therapy
SCIENCE DAILY A new cause of treatment resistance in prostate cancer has been uncovered by investigators. Their discovery also suggests ways to improve prostate cancer therapy. 5 days
Doctors trained at lowest-ranked medical schools prescribe more opioids
SCIENCE DAILY Physicians trained at the United States' lowest-ranked medical schools write more opioid prescriptions than physicians trained at the highest-ranked schools, according to a study. The study suggests that better training... 5 days
Drug approval: New country comparison shows great savings potential
SCIENCE DAILY The regulatory requirements for the approval of new drugs vary greatly internationally in regards to the resources allocated to the authorities, the evaluation periods for approval and the fees for... 5 days
From cancer evolution to personalized therapies
SCIENCE DAILY Being able to predict the resistance or sensitivity of a tumor cell to a drug is a key success-factor of cancer precision therapy. But such a prediction is made difficult by the fact that genetic alterations... 5 days
New way to activate stem cells to make hair grow
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers have discovered a new way to activate the stem cells in the hair follicle to make hair grow. The research may lead to new drugs that could... 5 days
The secret to beating bone and joint health injuries? Get to the right medical team
SCIENCE DAILY Orthopaedists can help prevent injuries; put people back together; provide patients with in-home exercises and ergonomically proper reconditioning... 5 days
Study provides promising framework to anticipate drug resistance in cancer
NEWS MEDICAL Being able to predict the resistance or sensitivity of a tumor cell to a drug is a key success-factor of cancer precision therapy. 5 days
New insights into the fuctions of fat metabolism
PHYS.ORG What happens when the body's fat stores are activated? With the support of the Austrian Science Fund FWF, the biochemist Ruth Birner-Grünberger investigated the complex interaction of activation and regulation in fat... 6 days
Energy drinks among youth paving way for cocaine addictions later finds new study
NEWS MEDICAL It has been found that one third of college going American students eventually end up becoming cocaine addicts or have abuse problems... 6 days
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Lungs in space: research project could lead to new lung therapeutics
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