Sure, we all want to avoid getting sick. However, most of the time we find out it’s usually too late to guard against colds, flu, and other contagious illnesses. 1,035 more words
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Women with congenital heart disease are at low risk for heart-related complications when they give birth, a new study finds.
Researchers analyzed data from more than 2.7 million women who gave birth in California, including more than 3,200 who had congenital heart disease and 248 with complex congenital heart disease, which means their condition was more advanced and they likely had heart surgery when they were children. 279 more words
(NeuroSigma), a California-based life sciences company focused on commercialization of its non-invasive external trigeminal nerve stimulation (eTNS) technology for the treatment of neurological and neuropsychiatric disorders, applauds the accomplishments of an independent team of Brazilian researchers led by Pedro Shiozawa, M.D., on their positive top-line findings from a Phase II clinical trial of eTNS as adjunctive treatment for major depressive disorder (MDD). 25 more words
Researchers have discovered the stem cells that allow your nails to grow back after you lose them.
Using mouse nail cells, University of Southern California scientists identified stem cells that can perform two roles. 169 more words
Scientists at Oxford University have devised a new way to boost the immune system in the elderly, drawing on a chemical compound which occurs naturally. Initial mouse-based tests revealed that this compound essentially brings back the immune system’s “memory”, allowing the body to generate a more robust immune response post-vaccination. 282 more words
It is inevitable in some men, as they grow older. Prostate problems especially enlargement is becoming more common nowadays. However, recent studies have demonstrated that regular consumption of walnut and physical exercises as well as extracts of cannabis can not only prevent the onset of prostate cancer, but provides relief for those already living with prostate cancer. 3,360 more words