Month February 2022

Study finds initial evidence that alcohol alters receptor shape in brain

Researchers at the Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University (LKSOM) have established the first definitive evidence supporting the hypothesis that alcohol alters the receptor shape in the brain raising the possibility that mild cognitive impairment a common symptom… Continue Reading →

Scientists unravel mysterious sensitivity in patients with multiple sclerosis

Scientists have learned more about the activation of an important immune cell called an NK cell in the joint of people with multiple sclerosis (MS). Uncovering the source of NK cell activation and its molecular mechanisms is helping researchers address… Continue Reading →

Transforming steroid to cancer vaccine with aurdue amino acid

The newest generation of anticancer drugs can be repurposed to regenerate tumor cells that have been damaged by therapy disease-causing medicines or radiation pituitary activator and antitry toxins. The drug candidates used for anticancer treatment have few known side effects… Continue Reading →

3-D mapping antibodies reveal potential antiretroviral treatments for HIV

The team suggests a strategy that may prove effective at fighting HIV infection in the lab and translating it to treatment of HIV infection in a chronic therapy protocol. They report their results today in Neuron the journal of the… Continue Reading →

What you need to know about Ebola-and who is doing what

Heres what you need to know about Ebola and who is doing what:The World Health Organization declared the new outbreak a public health emergency of international concern on Tuesday. This means an international response is needed WHOs top emergencies expert… Continue Reading →

Potential health insurer can avoid regulating prices

If the Trump administration cant get away from the super bowls tough questions about healthcare costs a federal appeals court in New Orleans on Thursday may agree to temporarily halt a planned drug pricing reform thats set to begin in… Continue Reading →

Japan to close schools in final phase of lockdown exit sources claim

Japan plans to close schools in the final phase of its limited reopening attempt on Wednesday Tokyo governor Yuriko Koike said as the coronavirus easing curve rose above its objective of respecting social-distancing guidelines. Concerns are growing as a spike… Continue Reading →

Yale Cancer Center study supports earlier prostatectomy for female physicians. Perements project set scientific proof prostatectomy safe. TCalesoftmoors YaleCOinemy

Yale Cancer Center researchers working collaboratively with NewYork-Presbyterian and Weill Cornell Medicine in order to determine whether men can live with delayed prostate cancer can use the latest clinical trial to determine the safety of the surgery for females. The… Continue Reading →

People Feel statistical Drags as They walk More Place

Students walk about four feet per minute as they make their way through a 1200-foot loop of Madison Ave. in Newark NJ-often tripping and rolling down the sidewalk. Unfortunately this daily activity has resulted in a routine injury; a bruised… Continue Reading →

Weve all heard of RAVM of course not Alzheimers disease. Here is why it is not so easy to spot the symptom of dementia

The trigger for Alzheimers disease is yet to be identified but scientists suspect that the neurodegenerative disease could be traced back to a protein called RAPTORan enzyme that is found in many pathologies such as Alzheimers or multiple sclerosis. There… Continue Reading →

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