New research, led by Western Sydney University, has found that public hospitals are not adequately resourced to treat the one million adults who currently live with clinically severe obesity in Australia.
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Melbourne researchers have discovered that the 'odd one out' in a family of proteins known to drive cancer development prevents stomach cancer. The team showed switching off a gene called NF-κB1 caused the spontaneous development of stomach cancers.
A regular physical activity might help older women increase their mobility, but muscle strength and endurance were likely to succumb to the effects of frailty if they haven't also been doing resistance training
Scientists have just made a surprising discovery involving fat and special immune cells that live within which it turns out that 'gd T cells' are the key cogs in the biological wheel that regulates our body heat and protects us against cold shock.
US senators have put on hold hearing on the nomination of Rear Admiral Ronny L. Jackson, to be secretary of the US Department of Veterans Affairs and have issued a bipartisan call for documentation and communication with federal agencies regarding troubling concerns about past incidents.
Scientists from Bar-Ilan University in Israel, together with colleagues from Boston University, have discovered that brief arousals are probably triggered by the intrinsic electrical noise from wake-promoting neurons (WPN) in the brain, which is linked to Sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS)
According to the new research at Denmark, scientists explained that insulin and other treatments for type 2 diabetes do not impair bone metabolism
A team of researchers led by the University of Missouri has employed a mouse model exhibiting diabetic retinopathy symptoms that could lead to future translational research studies
A research team from MedUni Vienna led by molecular biologist Jürgen Pollheimer and clinical pharmacologist Bernd Jilma has now developed a new early detection technique for pre-eclampsia