The rates at which precancerous cells in the cervix progress toward becoming cancerous or regress toward normal vary among Hispanic, black, white, and Asian women, according to new research in The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association. Physicians determining treatment options following abnormal Pap smears now have another factor to consider: the patient's race.
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The largest-ever neuroimaging study of people with epilepsy , showed that epilepsy involves more widespread physical differences than previously assumed, even in types of epilepsy that are typically considered to be more benign if seizures are under control.The study findings were published in the Brain .
A study shows that Knee system is the most complicated joints, the knee is also one of the most easily injured. Anatomically, it's no wonder the knee connects the two longest levers in the body: the thigh and lower leg. But, the dense extracellular matrix in deep tissues makes it difficult for injuries occurring in cartilage, tendons, and ligaments to heal themselves.
According to a new study, Women who have a common hormone condition that contributes to infertility and metabolic problems tend to have less diverse gut bacteria than women who do not have the condition. The study published in the Endocrine Society's Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism.
According to a retrospective case series, Some older patients with apparently idiopathic uveitis may in fact have sarcoidosis-associated disease, which can have cardiac consequences. The study findings were published in the JAMA Ophthalmology
Scientists used single-cell transcriptome analysis to identify a hitherto unknown precursor for a poorly understood subgroup of killer T cells that are primarily found in humans with chronic viral infections. The detailed analysis of the entirety of transcribed genes in more than 9,000 individual cells also revealed an unprecedented level of heterogeneity. The study findings published in the Science Immunology.
A new study published in the Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry found that children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) engaged in substance use at a younger age than those without ADHD and had a significantly higher prevalence of regular marijuana and cigarette use into adulthood.
A new study, published in the scientific journal Nature , shows that two regions in the midbrain play specific roles in controlling the start, speed, and context-dependent selection of locomotion in mice. They are called the Cuneiform Nucleus (CnF) and the pedunculopontine nucleus (PPN).
In this study, researchers have estimated the effects of Spray Cryotherapy (SCT) on management of healing in patients with nasal polyposis who undergone functional endoscopic sinus surgery. Nasal Polyposis is a benign tumor in nasal or paranasal mucosa, which confronts difficulties in management of healing after treatments with surgery. The aim of this study Nasal polyposis (NP) is a subgroup of chronic rhino sinusitis family which is defined as swellings, inflammation and discharge of nasal or paranasal mucosa.
The University of Pennsylvania's School of Engineering and Applied Science is the first to convert the entire body's network of bones and muscles into a comprehensive mathematical model. The study findings were published in the journal PLOS Biology.
Symptoms of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) can be debilitating and standard treatment can take months, often leaving those affected unable to work or care for their families. But, a new study demonstrated that many PTSD sufferers can benefit from an expedited course of treatment.
In a new discovery, the research team has revealed an unknown clockwork mechanism within the body that controls the creation of oxygen-carrying red blood cells. The finding sheds light on iron-restricted anaemias that leave millions of people weak, tired and unable to concentrate – and it may point the way to better treatments as well.