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The researchers found a less toxic way to administer drugs using natural lipids in...

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University of Louisville researchers have found a less toxic way to deliver medicines by using the natural lipids in plants, particularly grapefruit and ginger. The resulting intellectual property portfolio consisting of 12 patent families, invented...

Women face a 20% increased risk of developing heart failure or dying within five...

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Women face a 20% increased risk of developing heart failure or dying within five years after their first severe heart attack compared with men, according to new research published today in the American Heart...

I microbi intestinali aiutano il sonno producendo neurotrasmettitori

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Con l'arrivo delle vacanze autunnali e invernali, molti ricercatori riflettono sul rapporto tra cibo e sonno. I ricercatori guidati dal professor Masashi Yanagisawa presso l'Università di Tsukuba in Giappone sperano di poter concentrare le le...

What impact does the divorce have on health?

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Going through a divorce is extremely challenging and previous research has highlighted the adverse effects that it can have on divorcees. A recent study in open-access journal Frontiers in Psychology is the first to...

Researchers detected more than 20 genes involved in suicide

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Every 11 minutes, an American dies by suicide. That’s 132 people a day or more than 48,000 annually. For those left behind, the haunting question is why. One emerging factor is family history. Perhaps the...

Gut microbes aid normal sleep by producing neurotransmitters

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With fall and winter holidays coming up, many will be pondering the relationship between food and sleep. Researchers led by Professor Masashi Yanagisawa at the University of Tsukuba in Japan hope they can focus...

COVID-19 vaccine: AstraZeneca need additional testing

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The head of British drug manufacturer AstraZeneca said on Thursday further research was needed on its COVID-19 vaccine after questions emerged over the protection it offers, but the additional testing is unlikely to affect...

Tesla Flaw: 90 seconds and $ 195 to steal it

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Computer Security and Industrial Cryptography (COSIC) Researchers from the University of Leuven, Belgium have discovered a few major security flaws in the keyless entry system of the Tesla Model X. Tesla Model S was also...

Glial cells that wrap around axons in our corneas have the potential for nerve...

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The insulation around nerve cell components in our corneas have unique properties, and little is known about them. But UConn School of Medicine neuroscience professor Royce Mohan believes his lab is on the verge...

The protein CARD8 regulates several inflammatory proteins in people with atherosclerosis

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The protein CARD8 regulates several inflammatory proteins in people with atherosclerosis. This is shown in a new study by Örebro researchers published in the scientific journal Scientific Reports. "We have shown entirely new functions associated...

Pro-tumorigenic macrophages contribute to cancer progression

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New research that is examining the "tumor microenvironment" reveals not only how macrophages can become extraordinary turncoats but also how they can actively support tumor growth and metastatic progression in certain forms of breast...

Schizophrenia: cortical interneurons are affected by maternal immune activation

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Past research has often highlighted the effects that immune activation in pregnant women can have on the development of human embryos, for instance increasing the risk of a child developing psychiatric disorders later in...

An Israeli company created the world’s first oral insulin

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An Israeli company has started final-stage tests of its oral insulin, bidding to become the first to make the product available on the international market. The product started phase three trials under the US Food...

Researchers revealed unknown mechanism for pain control involving a newly identified group of cells...

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Researchers in Japan have revealed a previously unknown mechanism for pain control involving a newly identified group of cells in the spinal cord, offering a potential target for enhancing the therapeutic effect of drugs...

Dermal interstitial fluid (ISF) could be a new source of biomarkers

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Using an array of tiny needles that are almost too small to see, researchers have developed a minimally-invasive technique for sampling a largely-unexplored human bodily fluid that could potentially provide a new source of...