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China's plan to ramp up production of new chemicals and synthetic fuels made from coal could derail recent efforts to lower its carbon dioxide emissions and instead lock the Chinese government into high-carbon investments for years to come, a new study finds.
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Novice marathon runners will be examined in a new study for possible beneficial or harmful cardiac changes by researchers in a new study that hopes to understand the effects of intensive exercise on those not used to it.
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A protein complex, whose function had previously been virtually unknown, appears to act as a guide to growing nerve cells, ensuring they reach their intended destinations. The discovery revealed that a protein complex referred to as ASC-1 appears to be responsible for the control of numerous nerve…
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Amid the heightened awareness of concussion-related brain damage among professional football players, a new study reports that researchers can predict cognitive outcomes long after the players have retired.
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Injection of a new long-acting insulin combined with another drug improves glucose control in patients with type 2 diabetes and, additionally, is associated with weight loss, a multinational clinical trial has found.
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Nerve ultrasound has rapidly developed into becoming a more precise and easily applied diagnosis tool. People suffering from injuries of peripheral nerves and require reconstructive plastic surgery often have a long history of woe and many operations behind them. Today, with nerve ultrasound, this…
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Researchers estimate that use of e-cigarettes produced 16K-22K additional long-term quitters in England in 2014.
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Our innate immune system uses two mechanisms. The first kills foreign bodies within the phagocyte itself. The second kills them outside the cell. Microbiologists have discovered that a social amoeba also uses both these mechanisms. Since this amoeba possesses an innate defense system similar to…
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The mechanism that gene MN1 uses to cause an aggressive AML subtype is better understood thanks to new research. Drugs targeting weak link in the chain of causation are in clinical trials for other subtypes.
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Researchers have discovered one reason why adolescents are more prone to drug addiction than adults, with findings that could lead to new treatments for addictive disorders.
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Cognitive impairment following a traumatic brain injury (TBI) is common, often adversely affecting quality of life for those 1.7 million Americans who experience a TBI each year. Researchers have identified complex brain connectivity patterns in individuals with chronic phases of traumatic brain…
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Whole-exome sequencing (WES) could serve as a viable diagnostic approach for identifying rare inherited diseases and providing a resolution for patients on a diagnostic odyssey, new clinical research shows.
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Osteoporosis drugs have significantly reduced the risk of bone fractures for millions of people, but also have been linked to unusual fractures of the femur (thigh bone).
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Prescription drug abuse is at a crisis level in Pennsylvania. In this story, the history of the crisis and the long political path the Commonwealth took to build a prescription drug monitoring system for physician use is examined.
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The legendary work ethic of East Asian students may have driven them to the top of the standardized test leaderboard, but researchers found that adolescents who sleep five hours a night for a week experience significant cognitive degradation. These findings caution against the levels of sleep…
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Analysis of blood samples from 42 patients diagnosed with Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS) during the Zika virus outbreak in French Polynesia provides the first evidence that Zika virus might cause GBS, a severe neurological disorder, according to new research. Based on the analysis of data from…
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Engineers are to develop new imaging technology that could provide more accurate cancer treatments. The technology will enable proton imaging of adults that can help improve the accuracy of proton therapy. Radiotherapy with protons is important in some cancer treatments as its greater treatment…
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In indigenous societies, individuals with greater local environmental knowledge catch more game and enjoy better health, a study demonstrates.
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A new national survey of Crohn's disease patients reveals that it was not uncommon for patients to see multiple health-care professionals, have numerous office visits, and endure multiple diagnostic tests before receiving a diagnosis. Results demonstrate an impact on such things as the ability to…
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Blood loss and the need for a blood transfusion are major concerns in joint replacement surgery, but a new use for an old drug is proving effective in reducing blood loss and transfusion rates, according to a study. The drug, tranexamic acid, or TXA, has been used for decades in heart surgery, to…
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A biomarker that puts patients at a higher risk for metastasis of uveal melanoma has been identified by researchers. Among uveal melanomas categorized as class 1, those with high levels of the biomarker PRAME mRNA were more likely to metastasize than those with low levels of PRAME mRNA, indicating…
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Since researchers first succeeded in mapping the human genome back in 2003, the technological development has moved at warp speed, and the process which at that time took several years and billions of dollars can now be performed in a few days. Researchers have developed a new type of software,…
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A gene in melanoma that can dramatically affect the growth of the disease has been identified by a team of researchers. The findings provide new insight into how melanoma grows and identifies a new target for treatment of melanoma and other cancers.
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Today, the gold standard for insulin therapy is the subcutaneous injection of insulin (CSII), despite a non-physiological route of administration with suboptimal glycemic control showed in some patients. Inability of CSII therapy to prevent inflammation and oxidative stress was firstly demonstrated…
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Currently available animal and human liver models provide limited predictions of human drug efficacy and toxicity, primarily due to metabolic differences and the limited ability of simple 2-D models to recapitulate the complex cellular interactions that lead to toxicity. To fill this gap we have…
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