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Study sheds light on how a drug being tested in COVID-19 patients works

ASBMB | 02-27-2020

A team of academic and industry researchers reports new findings on an investigational antiviral drug that stops coronaviruses. …

Eat less, live longer

Salk Institute | 02-27-2020

New study provides the most detailed report to date of the cellular effects of a calorie-restricted diet in rats. …

Celiac disease might be cured by restoring immune tolerance to gliadin

University of Helsinki | 02-27-2020

Scientists have developed an experimental nanoparticle-based immunomodulatory treatment for celiac disease. …

New CRISPR base-editing technology slows ALS progression in mice

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign | 02-26-2020

Scientists used a new CRISPR gene-editing technology to inactivate one of the genes responsible for an inherited form of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. …

Revving up immune system may help treat eczema

Washington University School of Medicine | 02-26-2020

A drug strategy aimed at revving up the immune system and boosting a type of immune cell known as natural killer cells appears, at least in mice, to effectively treat eczema. …

Cognitive impairment after intensive care linked to long-lasting inflammation

Karolinska Institutet | 02-26-2020

Researchers link cognitive impairment with lasting inflammation and a potential treatment target. …

Drinks with added sugars linked to lipid imbalance, which increases cardiovascular risk

American Heart Association | 02-26-2020

Drinking 12 ounces of sugary drinks more than once per day is linked to a greater risk of developing abnormal cholesterol and triglyceride levels …

Chronic inflammation in pregnancy linked to childhood neurodevelopmental delays

Elsevier | 02-25-2020

A new study strengthens the evidence that chronic low-grade maternal inflammation may be partly to blame for the higher risk of childhood neurodevelopmental delays. …

Treatment to reset brain immune cells markedly improves TBI symptoms

University of Maryland School of Medicine | 02-25-2020

Preclinical study suggests prolonged inflammation after brain injury can be reversed by temporarily depleting brain immune cells. …

Wearable sensor powered by AI predicts worsening heart failure before hospitalization

University of Utah Health | 02-25-2020

A new wearable sensor that works in conjunction with artificial intelligence technology could help doctors remotely detect critical changes in heart failure patients …

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Biomedical Advances

Biomedical Advances

Study sheds light on how a drug being tested in COVID-19 patients works

ASBMB | 02-27-2020

A team of academic and industry researchers reports new findings on an investigational antiviral drug that stops coronaviruses. …

Study sheds light on how a drug being tested in COVID-19 patients works

ASBMB | 02-27-2020

A team of academic and industry researchers reports new findings on an investigational antiviral drug that stops coronaviruses. …

Diet and Lifestyle

Diet and Lifestyle

Eat less, live longer

Salk Institute | 02-27-2020

New study provides the most detailed report to date of the cellular effects of a calorie-restricted diet in rats. …

Eat less, live longer

Salk Institute | 02-27-2020

New study provides the most detailed report to date of the cellular effects of a calorie-restricted diet in rats. …

Preventive Medicine

Preventive Medicine

Adults don’t need tetanus, diphtheria boosters if fully vaccinated as children

Oregon Health & Science University | 02-25-2020

Adults do not need tetanus or diphtheria booster shots if they’ve already completed their childhood vaccination series against these rare, but debilitating diseases, …

Adults don’t need tetanus, diphtheria boosters if fully vaccinated as children

Oregon Health & Science University | 02-25-2020

Adults do not need tetanus or diphtheria booster shots if they’ve already completed their childhood vaccination series against these rare, but debilitating diseases, …