A team of Institute researchers has discovered how to stop and reverse the growth of lung cancer with a potent combination of three molecules.
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Scientist examine that People with depression have low blood levels of a substance called acetyl-L-carnitine. Naturally produced in the body, acetyl-L-carnitine is also widely available in drugstores, supermarkets and health food catalogs as a nutritional supplement.
People with severe or treatment-resistant depression, or whose bouts of depression began earlier in life, have particularly low blood levels of the substance.The study was published online in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
According to a study, researcher examined more than 25% of older U.S. adults with diabetes use some type of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM). The study was published in Diabetes Care.
Millions of people struggle to get enough sleep and to stay alert the next day. Lots of apps, fitness trackers, smartwatches and even mattress motion sensors claim they can diagnose or treat sleep problems. But sleep disorder doctors say there's little evidence consumer gadgets actually improve sleep.
The technology can help describe the problem, such as waking repeatedly or too early. It does not tell you what the cause or to stop it. Experts say such products have some value: They make people focus on and try to improve their sleep.
Scientists recommends to use sunscreen, a reasonable approach to sunscreen use even for those who are skeptical about its safety. From a philosophical perspective, some people may not use sunscreen because they believe it's not a natural way to live, or they are worried it may cause cancer, or they are concerned about sunscreen chemicals polluting water.
Researchers may have developed a more reliable way to predict the risk of heart attack and stroke in astronauts and the technique may eventually help gauge the same danger for regular folks on Earth, too.
According to a study, researcher examined an increase in inpatient volume is associated with a greater increase in diversion hours for ambulances when the volume increase occurs among inpatients versus emergency department visitors. The study was published in the Health Affairs.
A new study found that many people with heart failure do not receive the medications recommended for them under guidelines set by the American College of Cardiology, American Heart Association and Heart Failure Society of America. The study was published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology.
Researcher provides first evidence that just a single traumatic brain injury can generate an abnormal form of the dementia associated protein tau that can slowly spread through the brain, resulting in memory deficits and neuronal damage. The study was published in the journal Brain.
Scientists have discovered that in rheumatoid arthritis (RA) patients, lower levels of vitamin D are associated with increased disease severity. Their findings, announced today at the 70th AACC Annual Scientific Meeting & Clinical Lab Expo, indicate that vitamin D supplementation could significantly improve quality of life for RA patients
Mount Sinai researchers have discovered that certain drug cocktails help targeted therapies attack cancer more efficiently while lessening common side effects, according to a study published today in Cancer Research
Parental ill health, especially depression, is linked to the heightened use of health services, including emergency care, among their children, finds research published today in the online journal BMJ Paediatrics Open