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Uncontrolled epilepsy often requires a series of trials and errors to identify effective drug combinations. Continuous, long-term EEG data could streamline this process by revealing the full picture of a patient's seizure activity. Three new personal monitoring devices offer biometric recording…
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Midostaurin added to standard chemotherapy is the first targeted treatment to improve survival of a high-risk, genetically defined subgroup of patients with acute myeloid leukemia according to new research.
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Having a pet offers companionship, comfort and emotional security to millions; many love and cherish them like family members. This can in turn have positive effects on mental health.
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Seniors who receive meal deliveries at home report significantly less loneliness than those who do not, show results of a randomized, controlled trial.
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Young men who have sex with men and have detectable levels of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) were more likely to report condomless anal sex, including with a partner not infected with HIV, than virologically suppressed young men who have sex with men, according to an article.
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The ebb and flow of intracellular calcium concentrations is a universal mode of communication in mammalian cells. Researchers have now identified the matchmaker that brings two critical calcium channel components together, thus allowing calcium to rush into the fluid-filled space known as cytosol.
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Biomedical researchers have suspected that a specific set of immune cells are responsible for causing disease in late-stage lupus patients, but until now they haven't known for sure. An immunologist has found that these cells do not, in fact, contribute to late-stage lupus in mice.
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When done with high effort, the trivial courtesy of holding the door for others can inspire a 'thank you' or a favor in return, creating a virtuous cycle of gratitude, research shows.
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An entirely new way of antagonizing a human nuclear receptor has been uncovered by scientists. They expect this to have significant impact in the world of drug research. Nuclear receptors are modulatory proteins that control numerous crucial bodily functions and thus play a key role in many…
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Unique muscle fibers in the soft palate of the mouth in both infants and adults have been recently discovered. The fibers seem to be present in greater number in snorers and sleep apnea patients, researchers say.
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Idiopathic pancreatitis is often caused by small gallstones that are difficult to observe prior to surgery, shows a study. Small gallstones were found in surgery from two out of three idiopathic pancreatitis patients. The study also showed that acute pancreatitis was more common in statin users…
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Researchers are only beginning to understand the implications of disrupted sleep in people with epilepsy. Recent findings suggest that seizure-interrupted sleep could impede memory formation, impair cognitive performance and influence a myriad of other aspects of daily life. Scientists have now…
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Researchers studied women and men using fMRI during wayfinding tasks in a recently learned virtual environment. Men consistently performed better than women. When women were given a drop of testosterone under their tongue, however, their ability to orient themselves along the four cardinal…
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Parkinson's disease researchers have developed a way to ramp up the conversion of skin cells into dopamine neurons. They have identified -- and found a way to overcome -- a key obstacle to such cellular conversions.
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Scientists have discovered new details about how 'cloaking' proteins protect the toxin that causes botulism, a fatal disease caused most commonly by consuming improperly canned foods. That knowledge and the cloaking proteins themselves might now be turned against the toxin -- the deadliest known to…
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A new analysis indicates that certain characteristics may increase a breast cancer survivor's risk of developing leukemia after undergoing chemotherapy and/or radiation. The findings are a first step toward finding ways to prevent this serious and potentially life-threatening treatment-related…
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Additional findings explain the development of about one-third of AML cases and may contribute towards AML diagnostic applications and drug screening.
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Children suffering from a cancer of the nervous system could benefit from a potential new treatment.
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New results suggest that genomic information from circulating influenza viruses can help in producing more efficient seasonal vaccines. The researchers were able to develop a simple approach for reliable real-time tracking and prediction of viral evolution based on whole-genome sequences of…
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Evolutionary conserved brainstem circuits are the first relay for gustatory information in the vertebrate brain. While the brainstem circuits act as our life support system and they mediate vital taste related behaviors, the principles of gustatory computations in these circuits are poorly…
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Those with diabetic foot complications remember less, have decreased concentration, difficulty with learning, decreased inhibition, slower cognitive and psychomotor responses, and decreased verbal fluency, research indicates. This implies that diabetic patients with diabetic foot complication…
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The science behind superfood stories: Antioxidant properties of raspberry and blackberry fruits grown in Central Europe.
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People who are exposed to higher levels of cadmium have an increased risk of osteoporosis and fractures. Cadmium also affects the kidneys. New research explored this issue in a study of over 900 older men.
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One of the biggest questions about the treatment of multiple myeloma, a form of blood cancer, is why nearly all patients treated with current therapies eventually suffer relapse. A new study may have solved this mystery by identifying how cancer cells escape treatment, leading to recurrence.
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Reduced antibiotic prescribing is associated with lower patient satisfaction. The study found a 25 per cent lower rate of antibiotic prescribing by a GP practice corresponded to a 5-6 point reduction on GP satisfaction rankings.
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