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Aerobic exercise may improve kidney function in obesity

Aerobic exercise may improve kidney function in obesity

Researchers find that aerobic exercise may reduce the risk of diabetes related kidney disease and may even improve kidney function in obesity. Kidney, renal, disease...
CAR T cell therapy - axicabtagene ciloleucel ready for treatment

CAR T cell therapy – axicabtagene ciloleucel ready for treatment

The CAR T cell therapy, axicabtagene ciloleucel received European Marketing Authorisation for the treatment of adult patients suffering with lymphoma. Kite, a Gilead Company, announced...
Time to move forward with replacement therapy in type 1 diabetes

Time to move forward with replacement therapy in type 1 diabetes

New research will facilitate the manufacturing of pancreatic islet cells from stem cells and might help combating type 1 diabetes with replacement therapy. Scientists made...
Rotavirus infection influenced by complex interactions in mother’s milk

Rotavirus infection influenced by complex interactions in mother’s milk

Researchers have found that the sugars and microbiome in mother's milk influence neonatal rotavirus infection. An international team of researchers from several institutions, used a...
The retinal response to artificial illumination and screen time

The retinal response to artificial illumination and screen time

Scientists uncover how certain retinal cells respond to artificial illumination - discovering screen time exposure results in sleep disruption. For many individuals, the amount of...
What does a freeze-dried polio vaccine mean for us?

What does a freeze-dried polio vaccine mean for us?

Researchers have created a freeze-dried polio vaccine that doesn't need refrigeration, meaning this could someday be used worldwide to eradicate polio. Researchers from the University...
Researchers have found a way to regrow hair on wounded skin

Researchers have found a way to regrow hair on wounded skin

According to NYU School of Medicine, USA, there has been a way to regrow hair on damaged or wounded skin. By regrowing hair strands on...
Epilepsy in children can be detected early with deep learning

Epilepsy in children can be detected early with deep learning

Early detection of the most common form of epilepsy in children is possible through "deep learning”, which is a computer science technique. According to researchers,...
lipid phosphatidylglycerol may help with psoriasis

Lipid phosphatidylglycerol may help with psoriasis

According to investigators, the lipid phosphatidylglycerol, that helps to keep skin cell turnover on track, may also help with psoriasis. Reported in the Journal of...
Time to talk air pollutants and the monumental impact on health

Time to talk air pollutants and the monumental impact on health

Over the recent decades more proof has shown that air pollutants are related to adverse health effects, so it’s time to re-evaluate air quality...
YouTube videos risk providing misleading prostate cancer information

YouTube videos risk providing misleading prostate cancer information

The most popular YouTube videos on prostate cancer often offer biased or misleading prostate cancer information, posing potential health risks to patients. According to NYU...
Research breakdown: the long-term health risks of breast implants

Research breakdown: the long-term health risks of breast implants

One of the largest studies to date provides those who have had/are thinking to have breast implants an insight into the rare but serious...

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