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Hamstring injuries are the most common noncontact injury in elite sport. Despite increased research efforts, these injury rates continue to rise. Recent evidence has shown that short muscle fiber lengths can increase the risk of hamstring injury in elite soccer players. This study aimed to see how…
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A new psychology study provides insights into how the brain combines sound and vision. The research suggests that there is not one sole mechanism in the brain that governs how much our senses work together to process information.
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Researchers have determined that, in mice, age diminishes ability to regenerate axons, the brain's communication wires in the spinal cord.
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Adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities have more health issues than other adults, but they are less likely to receive preventative care. A new toolkit will help family health teams provide better, more proactive care for this vulnerable and underserved population.
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Drug manufacturer only presented data from a one-arm study, which are unsuitable for the derivation of an added benefit in comparison with the comparator therapy.
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Research findings suggest that the use of a FDA-approved drug may serve a dual purpose by protecting people who are at high risk of infection, including those with severe burns, cancer, and other conditions that may compromise their immune systems' ability to ward off disease.
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Researchers have identified a common variant in a non-coding RNA that may contribute to the intestinal inflammation that occurs in people with celiac disease. The findings point to a possible new risk factor for developing celiac disease in people with celiac disease risk genes.
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They are young and mostly female: with more than 3.2 million cases between 2005 and 2014, chlamydia remains the most commonly reported sexually transmitted infection across Europe. An updated Guidance on chlamydia control in Europe from the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control makes…
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The biomarker CD163 can predict mortality in blood samples from patients with acute on chronic liver failure, report scientists. Acute-on-chronic liver failure (ACLF) is a sudden deterioration of the liver function in a patient with liver cirrhosis accompanied by failure of one or more organ…
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Epilepsy is a neurological disorder that causes seizures of many different types. Recent research has found that epileptic seizures can be more easily predicted by using an electrocardiogram to measure fluctuations in the heart rate than by measuring brain activity, because the monitoring device is…
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Global efforts to protect the planet will fail unless we take concepts like equality and wellbeing into account, according to a new article.
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Monetary rewards for healthy behavior can pay off both in the pocketbook and in positive psychological factors like internal motivation, according to a new study.
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At a time when the nation is facing projected physician shortages, a study shows an association between burnout and declining professional satisfaction with physicians reducing the number of hours they devote to clinical practice.
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Like an endlessly repeating video loop, horrible memories plague people with post-traumatic stress disorder. But a new study in veterans shows the promise of mindfulness training for enhancing the ability to manage those thoughts if they come up, and not get 'stuck'. It also shows the veterans'…
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A research group is proposing a new criterion for diagnosis of bacterial infection in preterm infants. Using this method could lead to early diagnosis and treatment for bacterial infection and improve the prognosis for preterm infants.
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In obesity, the body's immune system can treat tissues as if they are suffering from a low-grade chronic infection. This obesity-induced inflammation is an important contributor to insulin resistance, a condition that can progress into type 2 diabetes.
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Several new immunotherapeutic antibodies that inhibit checkpoint receptors on T cells to restimulate the immune system to target tumors have been approved to treat advanced stage lung cancer and melanoma; however, only 20 percent of lung cancer patients show a response to these agents. Researchers…
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Researchers show how brain connections, or synapses, are lost early in Alzheimer's disease and demonstrate that the process starts -- and could potentially be halted -- before telltale plaques accumulate in the brain.
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It has been established that the activation of protease-activated receptor-2 (PAR-2) phosphorylates endothelial nitric oxide synthase (eNOS)-Ser-1177 through a distinct signaling pathway that leads to the production of the potent vascular vasodilator nitric oxide (NO), while PAR-1 activation…
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A study of over 6,000 mothers and their newborn children -- one of the largest studies of its kind -- solidifies the evidence that smoking cigarettes while pregnant chemically modifies a fetus' DNA, mirroring patterns seen in adult smokers. The researchers also identify new development-related…
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Female mice that voluntarily exercise during pregnancy have offspring that are more physically active as adults.
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A new study on how the West Nile virus evolves in four species of mosquitos shows that viruses accumulate mutations in their insect carriers that reduce how well they reproduce when passed on to a bird host. Viruses carried by one of the tropical species were best able to maintain their…
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Researchers have developed a compact, portable pharmaceutical manufacturing system that can be reconfigured to produce a variety of drugs on demand.
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Scientists have long known that the protein tau is involved in dementia, but until recently, they did not understand how it hindered cognitive function. In a new study, researchers reveal how tau disrupts a cell's ability to strengthen connections with other cells, preventing memories from forming.
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Stem cell science has progressed so that researchers can now share recipes for making human retinas -- the part of the eye that is sensitive to light. Researchers now have another efficient way to make 3-D retina organoids, which mimic the organ's tissue organization, from mouse or human stem…
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