A study estimates that researchers have identified a previously unknown feature of human anatomy with implications for the function of all organs, most tissues and the mechanisms of most major diseases. The study was published in Scientific Reports.
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Northwestern Medicine scientists have discovered how the process of DNA methylation regulates the development of spinal cord motor neurons, according to a study published in the journal Cell Stem Cell.
Antibiotics can successfully help rid a patient of chronic urinary tract infection symptoms. This is the finding of a new clinical study led by Sheela Swamy of University College London in the UK. The study in the International Urogynecology Journal, which is published by Springer, highlights the growing concern of many practitioners that the tests they rely on to diagnose urinary tract infections are inadequate.
According to the study, researchers explained 3D printing can overcome limitations like a scaffold-defect mismatch and scaffold displacement during implantation, by printing scaffolds that conform to the dimensions of the defect site
A new study by an international team of academics, including a senior lecturer from the University of Derby, has shown that drinking a supplement containing deep ocean minerals could provide significant benefits to middle-aged men both during and after intensive exercise.
Researchers found a rationale for repurposing a class of antitumor compounds called HDAC inhibitors, already approved by the FDA for the treatment of leukemia, as a new therapeutic option for ovarian cancer with mutations in the ARID1A gene
A study estimates that over a period of decades chiropractors have utilized spinal manipulation under anesthesia (SMUA) to treat chronic back and neck pain. As an advanced form of manual therapy, SMUA is reserved for the patient whose condition has proven refractory to office-based manipulation and other modes of conservative care.
A new study explores on NASA’s project with the first human-in-space program. Between 1961 and 1963, six astronauts carried out successful one-person spaceflights that offered physicians and scientists the first opportunity to observe the effects of living in space on the human body.
Research team will analyze computerized images of tissue samples for patterns which could become "biomarkers," or predictors, for determining relative risk for recurrence in one particular common type of head and neck cancers. Those tumors, known as oropharyngeal cancers , occur primarily at the base of the tongue and in the tonsils .
According to a study, researchers determined the clean coastal waters are likely to harbor microbes that raise the risk of stomach aches, ear infections and diarrhea for those who venture in. Researchers looked at rates of illnesses among beach bathers and those who stayed high and dry. The study was published in The International Journal of epidemiology.
A new study examined that patients with obesity and type 2 diabetes, a meal schedule that includes a high-energy breakfast promotes weight loss, improves diabetes and decreases the need for insulin. This study shows that, in obese insulin-treated type 2 diabetes patients, a diet with three meals per day, consisting of a big breakfast, average lunch, and small dinner, had many rapid and positive effects compared to the traditional diet with six small meals evenly distributed throughout the day.
According to study, researchers evaluated that fair-skinned children and young adults should get counseling on how to avoid sunburns that can lead to skin cancer. The study was published in JAMA Dermatology.