A new study published in the American Heart Association has found that the risk of a heart attack or stroke is reduced later in life in mothers who breastfeed their babies.
According to a new study having sex frequently can boost brain power. The study from Oxford University was published today in The Journals of Gerontology, Series B: Psychological and Social Sciences.
Alarming statistics from the Mental Health Foundation indicate that there is clearly an unmet need in the provision of childhood mental health care and that mental health issues among children and adolescents are becoming increasingly common .
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) asked local public healthcare professionals to gather information about the geographic distribution of these two mosquito species as a result of the growing apprehensions about Zika virus since 2015.
An increasing number of adults in the U.S. are taking too much vitamin D, say researchers, with 3% supplementing at doses that have previously been associated with an increased risk of serious side effects such as kidney stones, certain cancers and even death
Traditionally, we use biopsies to try to predict how cancer spreads. There are a number of molecular markers that are used, but biopsy is a limited approach. Now, the current trend is to use liquid biopsy, which is basically a blood sample.
Lone star tick likely to be triggering red meat allergies
College students with disabilities binge drink more often than non-disabled peers, study finds
Study finds breastfeeding could lower a mothers risk of a heart attack or stroke later in life
New algorithm shortens drug discovery times from years to months
Prenatal exposure to pain-relieving drug can impair development of male behavior
Survivors of childhood diseases struggle to find care as adults
Blepharitis Types and Causes
Aarskog Syndrome Symptoms
Why is it Important to Floss?
Working to facilitate early mental health support for young people
Using Infinite® 200 NanoQuant for Absorbance-Based Protein Detection in Small-Volume Samples
Using Integra Viaflo 96 System for Analysis of Drugs of Abuse
What is Infrared Microscopy?
Fast Protein Liquid Chromatography
Research into the Microbiome
Cataract is a clouding of the lens within the eye and affects tens of millions of people. At present, there is no cure for cataract, and consequently the only available method to treat cataract is by surgical removal.
Choroideremia (CHM) is a rare genetic eye disease that affects the retina, which is the area at the back of the eye that processes all we see into signals that are sent to the brain via the optic nerve.
Scientists have been working hard to bring about a time in the future when we can grow “an eye in a dish” and use it for transplantation to restore the vision of someone who is blind, and they are not as far off as you might think.
Dr. David Lyden
"Putting the patient first in an open and sustained engagement of the patient to respectfully and compassionately achieve the best experience and outcome for that person and their family.”
Dr. Iavor Vladimirov
If we were to compare the progression of cryopreservation technology during recent years, we would find that from 2004 to 2013 over a timeframe of a decade, there has been around a 2.5 times increase in the rate of frozen-thawed embryo transfers (FETs) that were reported to the Society for Assisted Reproductive Technology (SART). While the rate of fresh embryo transfers (ET) that were completed was the same.
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