Archived Medical News Stories

RSSArchived Medical Research News Stories - 2004

Date Title Comments Rating
2004-12-30 Moderate physical exercise can stave off metabolic syndrome in people age 55 to 75 0 5
2004-12-28 Does cancer run in families? 0 None
2004-12-28 Technique that could begin to make the staging of cancer both more accurate and less invasive 0 None
2004-12-28 People with migraine headaches report more angina, but not more heart disease 0 None
2004-12-28 Research animals experience severe stress response at slightest contact with researchers 0 None
2004-12-26 Course of injections in childhood might help protect people from heart disease later in life 0 None
2004-12-26 Spinal cord injury and obesity 0 None
2004-12-26 Discovery shows how embryonic stem cells perform 'quality control' inspections 0 None
2004-12-23 How to uncover the secrets of disease-relevant proteins 0 None
2004-12-23 Seafood research will bring healthier lifestyle 0 None
2004-12-23 Shape of a protein on the surface of pneumonia bacteria helps germs invade the human bloodstream 0 None
2004-12-23 Needling chromosomes yields insights into cell division 0 None
2004-12-23 May soon be possible to identify people at risk and even to treat a heart problem with a drug that works on the brain 0 None
2004-12-23 Bacteria can use a sonar-like system to spot other cells 0 None
2004-12-23 Why hair turns grey 0 4
2004-12-23 Evidence suggests that changes in the bacteria and fungi in the gastrointestinal tract can intensify the immune system's reaction to common allergens 0 None
2004-12-23 Somatic hypermutation (SHM) should prove to be extremely useful in directed protein evolution 0 None
2004-12-22 Researchers show benefit of dreams after an emotional event 0 None
2004-12-22 Jumping genes help explain immune system's remarkable ability 0 None
2004-12-21 Turning off cell suicide switch fails to stop prion damage 0 None
2004-12-21 Botox may be a possible treatment for sufferers of Tourette's syndrome 0 None
2004-12-21 Customising cancer treatment 0 None
2004-12-21 Certain leukemia oncogenes switch on genetic programs that govern self-renewal, a unique stem cell characteristic 0 None
2004-12-21 Essential oils have been found to kill the deadly MRSA bacteria 37 4.6
2004-12-21 Mutant gene that starves the brain of serotonin 10 times more prevalent in depressed patients 0 None
2004-12-21 Tasty polymeal cuts heart disease by 76 per cent 0 None
2004-12-21 Groundbreaking surveying technology to assist in the accurate identification and monitoring of scoliosis 0 None
2004-12-21 New way to reduce fat and cholesterol levels in the body 0 None
2004-12-21 ChondroGene and Pfizer osteoarthritis collaboration 0 None
2004-12-21 Vitamin E supplements may reduce the risk for death from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) 0 None
2004-12-21 Biological clock affects the patterns of heart-rate control in healthy individuals 0 None
2004-12-21 Eating more tomatoes and watermelons can reduce prostate cancer 0 None
2004-12-20 Dramatic changes in the way the FDA address patient safety are needed 0 None
2004-12-20 Cancer drug paclitaxel may reduce the adverse effects of Alzheimer's disease 0 None
2004-12-20 Blocking gene's activity may control deadly skin cancer without harming normal cells 0 None
2004-12-20 Cherries could help lower blood sugar levels in people with diabetes 0 None
2004-12-20 DLX5 gene may play a role in the pathology of Rett Syndrome 0 None
2004-12-20 Messenger RNA not only are measurable in saliva but can indicate a developing tumor 0 None
2004-12-20 Baby's kicks in womb hold the key to how an infant's brain develops 1 2
2004-12-20 Size of myocardial infarct measured using MRI 0 None
2004-12-20 Computer gamers’ state of mind subject of research 0 None
2004-12-20 Stem cells use inflammatory signals to find injured tissue 0 None
2004-12-20 Researchers discover clues to cirrhosis 0 None
2004-12-20 Model simulates dynamics of heart rhythm disorders 0 None
2004-12-20 Vaccine against cervical cancer 0 None
2004-12-20 Permanent resistance to antibiotics cannot be prevented 0 None
2004-12-20 Ethical challenges ahead for neuroscience and society 0 None
2004-12-20 Discovery of new compound known as SP-4-84 could lead to improved chemotherapy treatments 0 None
2004-12-20 Removing patient name boards from hospital wards may risk the safe delivery of care to patients 0 None
2004-12-20 Wine, fish, dark chocolate, fruits and vegetables cut the risk of heart disease 0 None
2004-12-19 Genealogy in a cancer prevention curriculum for high school students 0 None
2004-12-16 New clue to nerve growth may help regeneration efforts 0 None
2004-12-14 Millennium Pharmaceuticals discovers protein biomarkers that could play a role in the early detection of rheumatoid arthritis 0 None
2004-12-14 New theory driving evolutionary changes 0 None
2004-12-14 False positive cancer screening tests result not only in anxiety but also additional economic costs 0 None
2004-12-13 High pressure work deadlines boost heart attack risk six-fold 0 None
2004-12-13 More people live to be 100 in Switzerland than anywhere else in Europe 0 None
2004-12-13 Annual decline in cognitive functioning is similar in patients with Parkinson disease and dementia and patients with Alzheimer disease 0 None
2004-12-13 Risk of having a heart attack is elevated in the weeks after stopping use of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs 0 None
2004-12-13 Ads for full-body scans to detect potential diseases, called into question 0 None
2004-12-13 Link found between bisphosphonates and a serious bone disease called osteonecrosis of the jaw 0 4
2004-12-13 Combined positron emission tomography and computerized tomography can help diagnose hidden recurrent cancer 0 None
2004-12-13 Celebrex like gene suppresses the growth of colon cancer 1 None
2004-12-13 Compounds in Christmas trees could help treat arthritis and pain 0 None
2004-12-13 Association between gastrointestinal disorders and sleep disturbances 0 None
2004-12-13 Findings could lead to new knowledge that could speed the development of drugs to block botulism or tetanus toxins more rapidly 0 None
2004-12-13 Computational model of addiction which can be used to make predictions about human behavior 0 None
2004-12-13 Newly discovered genetic defect might represent an important risk factor for major depression 0 None
2004-12-13 Injectable gel that could speed repair of torn cartilage 0 None
2004-12-13 First gene therapy for skin cancer 0 None
2004-12-13 Using precise, radioactively labeled genetic probes, researchers study cancer gene activity from outside the body 0 None
2004-12-13 Celecoxib may regulate a cell's use of estrogen - might help explain the drug's anticancer properties 0 None
2004-12-13 Novel anti-rejection protocol should allow major improvement efficacy and quality of life after intestinal and multivisceral transplants 0 None
2004-12-13 Importance of the phosphatidylinositol 3 kinase (PI3K) pathway to breast cancer development 0 None
2004-12-13 Key molecular signal allows malarial parasites to target human red blood cells 0 None
2004-12-13 Cell replacement therapy offers a novel and powerful medical technology 0 None
2004-12-08 Helping to heal complications from spinal cord injury 0 None
2004-12-08 New malaria enzyme laid bare with help of computer calculations 0 None
2004-12-08 Trimming fat overcomes one of the major obstacles to drug design 0 None
2004-12-08 Teen-agers suffering from bulimia may also be struggling with a chronic form of depression 0 None
2004-12-08 New research is allowing biochemists to understand a key hierarchy of protein interactions that occurs in DNA 0 None
2004-12-08 Resveratrol antioxidant found in red wine may benefit heart tissue 0 None
2004-12-08 Defect in one of nature's oldest proteins may be an underlying cause in human miscarriages 0 None
2004-12-08 Thiazolidinedione (TZD) class of anti-diabetic drugs may be a potential targeted therapy for myeloma patients 0 None
2004-12-07 Revival of a unique and proven cancer treatment, neutron therapy 0 None
2004-12-07 Class of cells that arises in mammary glands during maternity has stem cell-like properties 0 None
2004-12-07 Gauging the risk from prolonged low-level radiation 0 None
2004-12-07 Ground breaking research in understanding the characteristics of human skin at very high frequencies 0 None
2004-12-06 Research suggests that lack of sleep may be contributing to the obesity pandemic 0 None
2004-12-06 Human parathyroid gland most likely evolved from the gills of fish 0 None
2004-12-06 New insight into anticoagulation therapies 0 None
2004-12-06 Novel mutagenesis screen used to identify genetic suppressors of thrombosis 0 None
2004-12-06 Adenosine Therapeutics awarded grant to develop drug eluting stents to prevent restenosis 0 None
2004-12-06 New research aims to reduce deaths and ease burden on hospitals 0 None
2004-12-06 Important genetic risk factor for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis 0 None
2004-12-06 Episome vectors offer fresh angle to gene therapy 0 None
2004-12-06 MRI reveals similarities between the human and chimpanzee brain 0 5
2004-12-06 290,000 Australians have been exposed to UV radiation in the past year due to solarium use 0 None
2004-12-06 Research reveals iodine deficiency in Australians 0 None
2004-12-05 New drug can successfully treat patients who have become resistant to Gleevec 0 None
2004-12-05 Genetic mutations and cellular modifications may provide clues to the associations between slight genetic abnormalities and often fatal diseases 0 None
2004-12-05 Researchers step closer to cure for common childhood cancer 0 None
2004-12-04 As mobile phone use rises, possibility of unseen biological impact is quietly troubling 0 None
2004-12-04 Autophagy is also cell's second line of defense against invading pathogens such as strep 0 None
2004-12-04 A gallery of highly-specific, gene and protein “mug shots” of cancer types would be a powerful for oncologists 0 None
2004-12-04 Herpes virus offers new hope in search for cure for cancer 0 None
2004-12-04 Research raises question on shark cartilage use as an anti-cancer treatment 0 None
2004-12-04 Heart researchers have used gene therapy to bring failing rat hearts back to normal 0 None
2004-12-04 New noninvasive technique allows for early detection of chemotherapy treatment response 0 None
2004-12-04 Does quitting smoking really make you gain weight? 0 None
2004-12-04 Good oil in walnuts helps diabetes patients 0 None
2004-12-04 DNA provides key to successful quitting smoking 0 None
2004-12-04 People could be exposed to antibiotic-resistant bacteria from breathing air from swine feeding facilities 0 None
2004-12-03 Natural honey-bee products may have applications in cancer treatment 0 None
2004-12-03 Method for healing spinal injuries in dogs offers hope for preventing human paralysis 0 None
2004-12-03 Replicating an eel's nerve circuitry may one day allow paralyzed people to walk again 0 None
2004-12-02 Important step in understanding why some of us can eat fatty foods and not suffer from cardiac disease 0 None
2004-12-02 Researchers develop method to better measure people's quality of life 0 None
2004-12-02 Red meat consumption is an independent risk factor in the development of inflammatory arthritis 0 None
2004-12-02 3D MDCT accurate for imaging liver arteries 0 None
2004-12-02 Smoking habits during pregnancy may cause genetic instability in the foetus 0 None
2004-12-01 Drinking water could help people suffering from low blood pressure who faint while standing 0 None
2004-12-01 Toxic proteins explain memory loss in Alzheimer's patients 0 None
2004-11-30 Radiologists step closer to solving a mysterious condition affecting World Trade Center rescue workers 0 None
2004-11-30 Surfing injuries - Wipin’ out wipe out 0 None
2004-11-30 Israeli developed fruit called pomelit, lowers blood cholesterol 0 None
2004-11-30 Adding a commonly used dietary supplement to antidepressants may improve treatment 0 None
2004-11-30 Citrus fruits offer promise in fighting childhood cancer 0 None
2004-11-30 Key molecule helps identify renal cell carcinoma 0 None
2004-11-29 Venom from one of the world’s deadliest snakes is being developed as a new drug to treat heart failure 0 None
2004-11-29 Astronaut's eyes may become windows on the bloodstream 0 None
2004-11-29 New trial to test cancer smart drugs 0 None
2004-11-29 Oral administration of saline spray may stop spread of influenza, tuberculosis, and SARS 0 None
2004-11-29 Stress affects molecules believed to play a key role in cellular aging 0 None
2004-11-29 A step closer to medical treatments for neural disorders 0 None
2004-11-29 Research shows how diet can improve health in the elderly 0 None
2004-11-29 Older Australians face a tough time in court 0 None
2004-11-29 Lighter air more than doubles COPD patients’ endurance 0 None
2004-11-29 Discrimination could lead to an increase in mental health problems among gay men, lesbians and bi-sexual men and women 1 None
2004-11-29 Nanoscale switch could serve as sensor, medical tool 0 None
2004-11-29 Researchers are successfully treating incontinent women with the patient's own muscle-derived stem cells 0 None
2004-11-29 Researchers can now predict the likelihood of developing lung cancer 0 None
2004-11-29 Children with ADHD have abnormal fiber pathways in the frontal cortex 0 None
2004-11-29 Rifampicin can prevent the formation of protein fibrils associated with Parkinson's disease 0 None
2004-11-29 New non-surgical technique that can help doctors determine when breast cancer has invaded the lymph nodes 0 5
2004-11-29 T cells activated in the gut during inflammatory bowel disease can be re-routed to the liver and cause chronic liver disease 0 None
2004-11-29 New class of drugs to repair psychiatric disorders 0 None
2004-11-29 New possibilities for the use of VEGF in the treatment of Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis 0 None
2004-11-29 New research may lead to treatments for atherosclerosis 0 None
2004-11-24 European regulators should avoid excessive legislation when trying to tackle obesity 0 None
2004-11-24 New research into nicotine addiction 0 None
2004-11-24 Research looks at the relationship between fetal health during pregnancy and later development of the brain 0 None
2004-11-24 Chylomicrons may be as dangerous or more dangerous than low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol 0 None
2004-11-24 Low-glycemic load diets may make dieting easier 0 None
2004-11-24 Cancers of the head and neck cause over 2,700 deaths per year in England and Wales 0 None
2004-11-24 Discovery of a new cancer gene, which, when damaged, may promote prostate cancer 0 None
2004-11-24 Obesity could increase a person’s risk for atrial fibrillation 0 None
2004-11-24 Genetic defect boosts the chances of becoming addicted to tobacco 0 None
2004-11-24 Smoking killed almost 5 million people around the world in 2000 0 None
2004-11-23 Researchers have discovered that by blocking a specific enzyme, it is possible to check the spread of cancer 0 None
2004-11-23 Movies help explain how proteins gather into clusters called amyloid fibrils 0 None
2004-11-23 Researchers recommend vaccinating adolescents against whooping cough 0 None
2004-11-23 Breakthrough HIV research wins prestigious industry award 0 None
2004-11-23 New mechanism that contributes to the development of some breast and ovarian cancers 0 None
2004-11-23 New research may lead to new treatments for spinal cord injury and multiple sclerosis 0 None
2004-11-23 Stem cells' repair skills could be link to cancer 0 None
2004-11-23 Low-dose antioxidant supplementation may reduce the risk of cancer among men, but not in women 0 None
2004-11-23 Researchers have found that a blood-reduction program in cardiac surgery results in a reduced need for transfusions 0 None
2004-11-23 Discovery of gene mutation in fruit flies that alters sensitivity to crack cocaine 0 None
2004-11-23 Ingredient present in chocolate could help stop persistent coughs 0 None
2004-11-20 Cells linked to asthma and eczema also help cure deadly illness in mice 0 None
2004-11-20 Brain imaging shows differences in people at risk for Alzheimer's 0 None
2004-11-20 Research advances understanding of urinary tract infections 0 None
2004-11-20 Researchers find that alcohol has a profound effect on some, but not all, brain circuits activated in sober driving 0 None
2004-11-19 Overexpression of a protein called Down Syndrome Critical Region 1 (DSCR-1) reduces tumor growth 0 3
2004-11-19 Capsules may be effective in treating bipolar disorder 0 1
2004-11-18 Family experience guides Alzheimer’s research 0 None
2004-11-18 Animal research and it's benefits to both humans and animals 1 3.2
2004-11-18 Americans should keep taking vitamin E supplements 0 None
2004-11-18 Researchers find mutations in a multifunctional protein cause Parkinsonism 0 None
2004-11-18 Australian research sheds light on bullying in hospitals 2 5
2004-11-18 Prolonged abstinence, no visual problems in patients taking GVG for meth/cocaine abuse 0 None
2004-11-18 Stem cells can preserve and improve vision in eyes damaged by retinal disease 0 None
2004-11-18 Unusual protein pair that stops blood vessels' growth in the developing back 0 None
2004-11-18 Understanding the signals that delay the spread of follicular lymphoma could provide new therapeutic targets 0 None
2004-11-18 Biotoxin from puffer fish may provide treatment for opioid withdrawal 0 None
2004-11-18 Research provides more evidence of communication between developing nerves and blood vessels 0 None
2004-11-18 Cells from skeletal muscle could be an important source of stem cells for repairing damaged muscle or nerve tissue 0 None
2004-11-18 New antidotes for organophosphates are needed to prepare for chemical attacks in the West 0 5
2004-11-18 Acupuncture better than drugs alone for osteoarthritis of the knee 0 None
2004-11-18 New findings have implications for chronic use of COX-2 Inhibitors in pre-menopausal women 0 None
2004-11-18 Generic antipsychotic drugs can protect brain cells from progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy 0 None
2004-11-17 A challenging job protects against the development of dementia 0 None
2004-11-17 Gene protects against environmental pollutants and pulmonary emphysema 0 None
2004-11-17 Ground-level ozone significantly associated with an increase in deaths in many U.S. cities 0 None
2004-11-16 Researchers find effective treatment for Unusual Fever Syndrome caused by cold exposure 1 None
2004-11-16 Chronic pain influenced by social background 0 None
2004-11-16 Vegetables such as cabbage, broccoli, sprouts or cauliflower could help in the fight against cancer 0 None
2004-11-16 Acetaminophen shows positive cardioprotective effects In heart attack, arrhythmia 0 None
2004-11-16 Research shows that even bacteria don't put their eggs in one basket 0 None
2004-11-16 Fifty-seven percent of female surgeons in Austria satisfied in their professional situation 0 None
2004-11-16 Cotinine not linked to hearing loss 0 None
2004-11-16 Large increase in male mentally ill drug abusers 0 None
2004-11-16 Being overweight or obese significantly impairs a persons' sex life 0 None
2004-11-16 World’s strongest acid may have a role in synthesizing pharmaceuticals 0 5
2004-11-14 Discovery of new compounds that may treat mucus build-up associated with cystic fibrosis 0 None
2004-11-14 Hands free mobile phones dangerously distract drivers' attention 0 None
2004-11-14 Number of overdoses among opiate and injecting drug users has risen nearly 100 fold in thirty years 0 None
2004-11-14 Vaccine provides new hope to the millions of people who suffer from food allergies 0 None
2004-11-14 The brain's dopamine system is key to alcoholism 0 None
2004-11-14 Mast cells can provide protection from a potentially deadly condition known as sepsis 0 None
2004-11-14 Kangaroo Mother Care is a safe and effective alternative to incubator care 0 None
2004-11-11 Effective research could prevent half of the world's deaths 0 None
2004-11-11 Enzyme that normally alters the activity of other protein molecules in cells may also help prevent cancer 0 None
2004-11-11 New insight into how our body cells block the development of cancer 0 None
2004-11-11 Research aims to understand how genetic information translates into biological activity 0 None
2004-11-11 Shp2 protein plays a critical role in obesity 0 None
2004-11-11 New treatments for eating disorders 0 None
2004-11-10 Global tobacco giant conceals 30 year old research into the dangers of passive smoking 0 None
2004-11-10 Dietary supplement DHEA could play a role in reducing abdominal fat in elderly men and women 0 4
2004-11-10 The more often parents eat out, the lower their intake of fruits and vegetables 0 None
2004-11-10 Heart jacket effective treatment for heart failure 0 None
2004-11-09 A new medication has dramatically reduced mortality among African-American patients suffering from heart disease 0 None
2004-11-09 Cranberry juice may help prevent gum disease 0 None
2004-11-09 Scientists have identified a fault in the brain waves of schizophrenics that may explain their hallucinations and disturbed thinking 0 None
2004-11-08 Researchers have developed a new algorithm that can lead to more accurate detection of cancer genes 0 None
2004-11-08 Patients with type 2 diabetes and hypertension who kept their blood pressure very tightly controlled had fewer eye disorders caused by their diabetes 0 None
2004-11-08 Survey findings suggest that significant problems exist with test result management systems in primary care physicians’ offices 0 None
2004-11-08 Researchers have documented a novel form of resistance in leukemia cells to an anti-cancer drug 0 None
2004-11-08 Researchers attempt to quantify processes underlying cell heterogeneity 0 None
2004-11-08 In a world first, Australian researchers re-grow cut spinal cord 0 5
2004-11-08 Drug reaction breakthrough 0 None
2004-11-08 D-cycloserine (DCS), used in concert with psychotherapy, is an effective treatment for some anxiety-related disorders 0 None
2004-11-08 Search for genetic key to corneal disease 0 None
2004-11-08 Lipid Sciences' selective delipidation process demonstrates enhanced ability in removing cholesterol from cells 0 None
2004-11-08 Genetic testing can be used to distinguish between ischemic and nonischemic forms of heart failure 0 None
2004-11-08 Sexual competition among males is evident at the molecular level, as well as at behavioral and physiological levels 0 None
2004-11-08 Association between long-term air pollution exposure and the early stages of atherosclerosis 0 None
2004-11-08 Coronary stents have no impact on mortality over the long term 0 None
2004-11-08 Dopamine in the brain plays a key role in how we make choices 0 None
2004-11-08 After stopping drinking, the brain grows back - significant implications for treatment of alcoholism during recovery 1 5
2004-11-08 Testosterone may impede immunity 0 None
2004-11-08 Researchers find two locations in the human genome that may harbor genes that increase the risk of Alzheimer’s disease 0 None
2004-11-05 Vioxx linked with risk of cardiovascular disease 0 None
2004-11-05 Link between immune protein and longer survival in melanoma patients 0 None
2004-11-05 Atomic switch capable of discriminating color in a bacterial membrane protein 0 None
2004-11-05 People with terminal conditions should be able to die at home with dignity 0 None
2004-11-05 Problem gambling is a health issue that needs to be taken seriously 0 None
2004-11-05 Autophagy may even provide a clue to the mythical fountain of youth 0 None
2004-11-05 Researchers have identified a protein that transports the essential nutrient boron into cells 0 None
2004-11-04 alpha4 may prove to be useful target for smoking addiction therapies 0 None
2004-11-04 Cellular vehicle delivers drugs directly into cancer cells 0 None
2004-11-04 New understanding of the role viruses play in the development of autoimmune diseases 0 None
2004-11-04 Discovery of internal molecular clock that governs the metabolism of sugars and fats within the body 0 None
2004-11-04 Crystal structure of protein AIRs kinase uncovered 0 None
2004-11-04 Sensor protein that identifies DNA breaks and activates the p53 cell-death program has been identified 0 None
2004-11-04 STAT3 protein could lead to new ways to prevent skin cancer 0 None
2004-11-04 Gene mutations responsible for causing cataracts in children, identified 1 None
2004-11-04 Research suggests that children with severe malaria may not be as badly dehydrated as was previously thought 0 None
2004-11-04 Long-term safety of transplanted pig cells to humans confirmed 0 None
2004-11-04 Genetic mutations could collectively raise bowel cancer risk 0 None
2004-11-04 Californians say yes on 71 0 None
2004-11-04 Benefits to human health associated with the use of antibiotics in chicken may outweigh the potential risks 0 None
2004-11-04 Scientists have identified the gene which produces the hereditary Park8 variant of Parkinson’s 0 None
2004-11-03 Fruit and vegetables lower risk of cardiovascular disease but not cancer 0 None
2004-11-02 Gene regulated by need to process proteins linked to enlargement of protein processing factory 0 None
2004-11-02 Researchers find that berries inhibit growth of harmful intestinal bacteria 0 None
2004-11-02 Possible treatment for the fatal lung disease idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis 0 5
2004-11-02 Marie Curie Cancer Care and Cancer Research Technology extend relationship for cancer patient benefit 0 None
2004-11-01 Improved risk classification for patients with acute lymphoblastic leukemia offers hope for eliminating irradiation 0 None
2004-11-01 Low education level can significantly impair functional recovery in older adults after a hospital stay 0 1
2004-11-01 New clues about how brain cells are damaged by Alzheimer's disease 0 None
2004-11-01 The microorganisms that normally live in the gut can increase body fat 0 None
2004-11-01 Diabetic or obese patients suffering advanced heart failure have higher levels of fat embedded in their hearts 0 None
2004-11-01 Protein important to nerve development serves the dual purpose of stimulating the growth of blood vessels 0 None
2004-11-01 New rapid gonorrhea test that does not require collection 0 None
2004-11-01 Psychiatrically ill and nicotine-dependent individuals consume 70 percent of all cigarettes smoked in the United States 0 None
2004-11-01 Young gamblers more likely to have use disorders and psychiatric problems 0 None
2004-11-01 Gene found to defend against environmental pollutants and pulmonary emphysema 0 None
2004-11-01 Researcher finds no long-term benefit of using glucosamine for knee joint pain 1 None
2004-11-01 Emotion-focused therapy - pioneering new treatment for emotional trauma and depression 1 3.7
2004-11-01 Do cholesterol-reducing drugs decrease the risk of heart attacks and strokes in diabetics? 0 None
2004-11-01 Hormone therapy findings suggest a complex relationship between marketing, scientific evidence and prescribing patterns 0 None
2004-11-01 Researchers provide concrete evidence about how the human eye evolved 0 None
2004-11-01 Interim recommendations on low-carb diets 0 None
2004-11-01 New research into psychotropic drugs 0 None
2004-11-01 High prevalence of cigarette smoking among Chinese men indicates an urgent need for smoking prevention 0 None
2004-11-01 Researchers help define Apolipoprotein E's role in the formation of amyloid brain lesions and the memory loss associated with Alzheimer's disease 0 None
2004-11-01 Gene silencing may provide hope for leukemia sufferers 0 None
2004-11-01 Researchers are one step closer to understanding how blood cells develop through the use of human embryonic stem cells 0 None
2004-11-01 New role for a key protein involved in muscle contraction 0 None
2004-11-01 Pegasys with ribavirin combo may best for reducing hepatitis C viral levels 0 None
2004-11-01 Symptoms of heartburn and GERD are highly prevalent among obese patients 0 None
2004-11-01 Esophageal capsule is convenient, safe and sensitive for visualization of esophageal disorders 0 None
2004-11-01 Discovery affirms potential of stem cells for the development of possible therapies for spinal cord injury and nervous system disorders 0 None
2004-11-01 Scientists have found that a protein present in normal body tissues can prevent tumour growth 0 None
2004-11-01 Possible new way to treat amblyopia (lazy eye) 0 3.5
2004-11-01 Flame retardants may cause brain damage 0 None
2004-11-01 Discovery of new method for visual impairment treatment 0 3
2004-10-29 Interaction of nervous system proteins help researchers better understand age-related memory and hearing loss 0 None
2004-10-29 Genetic evidence to support an inherited tendency to retain salt 0 None
2004-10-29 Red wine delivered though an aerosol for COPD, asthma, and possibly even arthritis 0 None
2004-10-29 Trojan horse technique offers potential new therapeutic approach to Alzheimer's disease 0 None
2004-10-29 Controversial theory about how diabetes causes extensive tissue damage 0 4
2004-10-29 Scientists have uncovered a significant new link in the chain of immune system events through which estrogen prevents bone loss 0 None
2004-10-29 DASH diet may have health benefits that go beyond lowering people's risk of heart disease 0 None
2004-10-29 New insight into the role of the breast cancer gene known as BRCA2 0 None
2004-10-28 Test used to diagnose B12 deficiency may be inadequate 0 4.5
2004-10-28 New molecular tool to pinpoint DNA mutations among thousands of cells 0 None
2004-10-28 Marijuana-like compounds may aid Parkinson's disease, pain and obesity 0 None
2004-10-28 New research could address sleep problems associated with alcohol 0 None
2004-10-28 Genes linked to schizophrenia might function to cause the disease 0 None
2004-10-28 Smoking shown to quell painful sensations and heighten positive emotions 0 None
2004-10-28 New direction for spinal cord research 0 None
2004-10-28 Gastric acid-suppressive medications may increase risk of developing pneumonia 0 None
2004-10-26 An immune system in a bottle would allow faster and easier production of a flu vaccine 0 None
2004-10-26 Easy-to-make vaccine tackles a range of illnesses 0 None
2004-10-26 Project to refine and fine-tune radiotherapy treatment for cancer 0 None
2004-10-25 Researchers found that sedentary lifestyles can lead to higher medical costs 0 None
2004-10-25 Scientists closer to understanding the potential effects of anti-cholesterol drugs on Alzheimer's disease 0 None
2004-10-25 Transplanted human retinal stem cells can successfully regenerate 0 None
2004-10-25 Researchers investigate new treatment options, including ways to boost immune responses to better control HIV 0 None
2004-10-25 Obese patients have higher health care costs 0 None
2004-10-25 Fish oil reverses age-related ailments 0 5
2004-10-25 Researchers have identified a protein in the brain that halts the progression of Alzheimer's 0 None
2004-10-25 Potential new treatment strategy against metastatic cancer cells 0 None
2004-10-25 Drinking regular cuppas could help improve your memory 0 None
2004-10-25 Lighting up the human brain at night 0 None
2004-10-25 Researchers are comparing two drugs used to treat pediatric bipolar disorder 0 None
2004-10-25 New computational techniques that can allow medical doctors to visualise and assess micro-vessel blood flow in tumours 0 None
2004-10-25 A single change in a person’s DNA can contribute to a range of life-shortening risk factors 0 None
2004-10-25 To avoid metabolic syndrome is relatively simple – 30 minutes of physical activity once a week 0 None
2004-10-25 Breakthrough discovery in treating narrowed arteries 0 None
2004-10-25 High levels of a protein called LRP6 can make cancer cells more aggressive 0 None
2004-10-25 Newly discovered gene could be a significant contributor to diabetes in Americans 0 None
2004-10-25 Why some anesthesiologists end up abusing drugs 0 4
2004-10-24 Key gene that impacts the timing of puberty 0 None
2004-10-24 Infection plays a larger role than lack of oxygen in premature infants with brain injury 0 None
2004-10-24 Potential new protein marker for prognosis of breast and ovarian cancer 0 None
2004-10-24 Stress early in life can have varying lifelong impacts 0 None
2004-10-24 Exercise protects brain cells affected by Parkinson's 0 5
2004-10-22 Blocking gene opens avenues for treating prostate cancer 0 None
2004-10-22 New way to study individual living bacteria cells and analyze their chemistry 0 None
2004-10-22 Key discovery toward understanding mechanism associated with uncontrollable muscular movements 0 None
2004-10-22 Estrogen treatment had less beneficial effect on memory in active female mice 0 None
2004-10-22 Genes affect how asthma patients respond to albuterol 0 5
2004-10-22 Gene mutation causes Parkinson's disease in some families 0 None
2004-10-22 New Center for Space Medicine 0 None
2004-10-22 A new general medical journal launched this week with a non-traditional publishing model 0 None
2004-10-22 Neuroimaging initiative to track early signs of Alzheimer’s disease 0 None
2004-10-22 New evidence supports value of fruits and vegetables in reducing breast cancer risk 0 None
2004-10-22 The aging American population means that more people are at risk for stroke 0 None
2004-10-22 New method for determining the presence of a type of strep that can cause fatal meningitis or pneumonia 0 None
2004-10-22 Lag-3 gene dampens immune responses by controlling regulatory T-cell function 0 None
2004-10-21 Groundbreaking new study that may help stroke patients regain greater use of their hands or arms 0 None
2004-10-21 Strong-flavored onions could potentially be great for fighting cancer 0 None
2004-10-21 Research opens new possibilities for the treatment of metabolic disorders such as diabetes and obesity 0 None
2004-10-21 Molecule that helps DNA replicate may make good target for cancer therapy 0 None
2004-10-21 Research findings will likely aid efforts to develop a vaccine for Leishmania major 0 None
2004-10-21 Stem cells grown from skin samples of adult patients with brain tumors could be used as a new brain tumor therapy 0 None
2004-10-21 Atypical antipsychotics commonly used to treat children with aggression, bipolar disorder, and schizophrenia may trigger insulin resistance 0 None
2004-10-21 Genetic research offers insight into Sjögren's syndrome and the general developmental machinery of the immune system 0 None
2004-10-21 Researchers have uncovered a specific signaling mechanism that contributes to the development of colorectal cancer 0 None
2004-10-21 New medication to prevent colon cancer 0 None
2004-10-21 Researchers identify a protein that could banish allergies 0 None
2004-10-21 Treatment with oestrogen to reduce the adult height of tall girls may cause fertility problems later in life 0 None
2004-10-21 Early reports of thrombosis after insertion of drug-eluting stent 0 None
2004-10-21 Sleep apnoea increases risks in general anaesthesia 0 None
2004-10-21 Black Sea coastal area of Turkey is prone to bouts of an unusual type of food poisoning from "mad" honey 0 None
2004-10-21 No change in UK perinatal death rate from infections and prematurity in 20 years 0 None
2004-10-21 Babies born by Caesarean section may be at greater risk of diarrhoea 0 None
2004-10-21 New antibody to prevent respiratory syncytial virus in premature babies 0 None
2004-10-21 Leading endocrinologist supports RMIT menopause research 0 None
2004-10-20 Genetic predictions may bring “quantum leap” in breast cancer treatment success 0 None
2004-10-20 Possible link between elevated calcium levels in older neurons and aging-related disorders of the brain 0 None
2004-10-19 Researchers are one step closer to understanding how high carbohydrate diets lead to obesity and diabetes 0 None
2004-10-19 UniSA to officially open its Nano and Bio Materials Centre 0 None
2004-10-19 Midwife researcher challenges maternity care in Australia 0 None
2004-10-19 Brain protein called MC4R that plays a role in the urge to eat has now been found to influence appetite in a second way 0 None
2004-10-19 Scientists have devised a novel way to repair one of the genetic mutations that causes ataxia-telangiectasia 0 None
2004-10-19 No convincing evidence that breast implants effect development of connective tissue disorders 0 None
2004-10-19 Air fresheners and aerosols can make babies and their mothers ill 0 4.7
2004-10-18 Higher intake of dietary fiber is associated with lower circulating estrogen levels 0 5
2004-10-18 New genetic mechanism has been identified linking diet to breast cancer 0 None
2004-10-18 Awareness helps primary doctors prevent patients' suicide 0 None
2004-10-18 Norway has made a nationwide commitment to Open Access for the biomedical research it funds 0 None
2004-10-18 More efficient method to sequence the human genome 0 None
2004-10-18 Antibiotics are still being overused for treating common colds in New Zealand 0 None
2004-10-18 Researchers use brain cells to correct involuntary muscle spasms in rats with ischemic spinal cord injury 0 None
2004-10-18 QIMR researchers have received a 5 year grant to develop a vaccine against Group A streptococcus 0 None
2004-10-18 Discovery of fundamental mechanism within cells that link obesity and type 2 diabetes 0 None
2004-10-18 Energy blocker can eradicate large liver tumors 0 None
2004-10-18 Researchers have found two areas of the brain that appear to compete for control over behavior 0 None
2004-10-18 Benitec receives exclusive rights to use DNA technology pioneered at Stanford University for all RNAi therapeutic uses 0 None
2004-10-18 Cyclopamine, derived from the corn lily may treat and prevent basal cell carcinoma 0 None
2004-10-18 Investigational drug for pulmonary hypertension may improve the quality of life for patients with scleroderma and lupus 0 None
2004-10-18 Mycophenolate mofetil is effective for managing symptoms of the most common type of lupus 0 None
2004-10-18 Race may play a role in the success of their infertility treatment 0 None
2004-10-18 Collaborative research will help bring hope to Americans who are losing their sight to degenerative retinal diseases 0 None
2004-10-18 New treatment antibody - AMG 162 - may help prevent osteoporosis and rheumatoid arthritis 0 None
2004-10-18 People who suffer arthritis also suffer double the amount of medical costs 0 None
2004-10-18 COX-2 agents have influenced the way physicians prescribe rheumatology medication 0 None
2004-10-18 Pneumococcal vaccinations help protect patients with rheumatoid arthritis against serious pneumococcal infections of the lungs, brain, blood, and ears 0 None
2004-10-18 Researchers have developed a novel drug-antidote pair 0 None
2004-10-18 People with diabetes mellitus have three to four times the risk of developing liver cancer 0 None
2004-10-18 Hepatitis C infection increases likelihood of developing non-Hodgkin's lymphoma significantly 0 None
2004-10-18 Cranberries for the treatment of herpes 0 None
2004-10-16 We are at the very beginning of 'gene finding' for alcohol response 0 None
2004-10-16 Highly concentrated solution of chemical messengers could block male to female HIV transmission 0 None
2004-10-16 Some patients who undergo treatment considered to be the last resort for severe obesity can develop peripheral neuropathy 0 None
2004-10-16 Single protein appears central to the formation of the long-term memories 0 None
2004-10-16 Great breakthrough in cancer diagnostics 0 None
2004-10-14 Brisk walking allied to the use of an abdominal muscle stimulation machine can improve fitness and body appearance 0 None
2004-10-14 Researchers report the first physiologic evidence of the role of laughter during psychotherapy 0 None
2004-10-13 New research collaboration investigates disease in newborn and elderly 0 None
2004-10-13 Report challenges the British government's drug strategy 0 None
2004-10-13 Asthma research company Synairgen to float on London's Alternative Investment Market 0 None
2004-10-13 Researchers help neonatal specialists administer a replacement substance that helps babies breathe easier 0 None
2004-10-13 Research shows brain cells move like a two-stroke engine 0 None
2004-10-13 Low dose aspirin dosages trigger the body to generate its own anti-inflammatory compounds 1 None
2004-10-13 University of Cambridge executes exclusive patent licences and collaborative research and development agreement with Gene Networks International 0 None
2004-10-13 Herbal, nutritional supplements linked to side effects ranging from dry eye to retinal hemorrhages and transient visual loss 1 None
2004-10-13 Researchers have discovered an effective new way to treat giant cell arteritis 0 None
2004-10-13 Anti-epilepsy drug sodium valproate is associated with developmental delay and lower IQ 0 None
2004-10-13 Research findings represents a step toward understanding the machinery by which the brain processes decisions 0 None
2004-10-13 Researchers stimulate the body to repair tissue damaged by peripheral arterial obstructive disease 0 None
2004-10-13 Researchers have identified a protein in the inner ear that translates sound into the nerve impulses used by the brain 0 None
2004-10-13 A new approach to controlling blood cholesterol levels may be a potential treatment for Alzheimer's disease 0 None
2004-10-12 Joint project spurs RMIT biochemistry teaching and research 0 None
2004-10-12 Technique for genetically modifying blood stem cells brings cure for blood diseases closer 0 None
2004-10-12 Some people who chew betel nut may be genetically more prone to mouth cancer 0 None
2004-10-12 Estrogen protects male rats from aortic aneurysms 0 None
2004-10-12 A food supplement developed to supplement diets of Kenyan children may end up as a nutritious American snack 0 None
2004-10-12 Major step forward in understanding how the organs are placed in their correct positions in the body 0 None
2004-10-12 As physicians prioritize the time they spend with patients, they're putting less emphasis on counseling activities 0 None
2004-10-12 Researchers bridge the gap between magnetic resonance spectroscopy and latest techniques for delivering precise doses of radiation to tumors 0 None
2004-10-12 New research points to potential new treatments for sickle cell disease 0 None
2004-10-12 Researchers analyze the mechanisms and proteins that underlie mitochondria 0 None
2004-10-12 A change in the national polio vaccination policy has led to the elimination of vaccine-associated paralytic poliomyelitis 0 None
2004-10-12 New research suggests that cancer cells can be reformed 0 None
2004-10-12 A novel gene therapy strategy may help reduce seizures in adults suffering from epilepsy 0 None
2004-10-12 President Bush's eyes revealed more uncomfort in the debate than Kerry's 0 None
2004-10-12 Groundbreaking research to investigate how work, relationships, family, school life, divorce and lifestyle affect the health and wellbeing of Australian men 0 None
2004-10-12 Biomedical engineers receive $11.5 million to study how white blood cells navigate 0 None
2004-10-11 Biomarker called cystatin C predicts which people are less likely to survive a heart attack 0 None
2004-10-11 Researchers identify common mutation in T-cell acute lymphocytic leukemia 0 None
2004-10-11 Research examines why a person’s mental health is important for maintaining a satisfying marriage 0 None
2004-10-11 Combination of computer science and biology could aid cancer research 0 None
2004-10-11 Bionanotechnology that combines the strengths of nanotechnology and biochemistry to generate a new type of bionanomaterial 0 None
2004-10-11 Researchers suggest how to generate B cells from stem cells 0 None
2004-10-11 Carers of dementing family members can exacerbate the dementing patient’s problematic behaviour 0 None
2004-10-11 Balanced diet reduces the risk of a baby with spina bifida 0 None
2004-10-11 Wound healers cause skin disease 0 None
2004-10-11 Intravenous immunoglobulin therapy may reduce the risk of a second attack of symptoms related to multiple sclerosis 0 None
2004-10-11 Results do not suggest widespread anthrax antibiotic abuse in the aftermath of the 2001 terrorist attacks 0 None
2004-10-11 Topical nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug eases symptoms of osteoarthritis of the knee 0 None
2004-10-10 Research has identified Dectin-1 as the beta-glucan receptor on immune cells 0 4
2004-10-10 Low-dose estrogen therapy significantly reduced the progression of fatty buildup in the arteries leading to the heart 0 None
2004-10-10 Progestin in hormone therapy could dramatically affect heart attack severity 0 None
2004-10-10 Lithium can protect the brain cells involved in learning and memory from radiation damage 0 None
2004-10-10 Immune responses to airborne fungi could cause the stuffy noses and airway inflammation among sufferers of chronic rhinosinusitis 0 None
2004-10-08 Researchers test whether huperzine A can effectively treat the symptoms of Alzheimer's disease 0 5
2004-10-08 Roughly two thirds of people suffering from a mental illness do not seek medical help 0 None
2004-10-08 New targets for combating infections in medical implants 0 None
2004-10-08 First use of technology called ubiquitin-mediated fluorescence complementation to study a cell-signaling mechanism called ubiquitination 0 None
2004-10-08 Best way to protect yourself from digestive cancers is by eating right, not taking a pill 0 None
2004-10-08 Researchers identify three new chemical risk factors for bladder cancer 0 None
2004-10-08 Blind people have better sound discrimination abilities than people with normal vision 0 None
2004-10-08 Researchers discover mechanism that may help to explain how angiogenesis inhibitors work on normal, blood vessel-forming endothelial cells 0 None
2004-10-08 Research shows C. botulinum uses SONO to detect nitric oxide 0 None
2004-10-07 Researchers have created a theoretical model that may shed light on a brain science mystery 0 None
2004-10-07 Researchers identify new sulfur-containing scent molecules in sweat 0 5
2004-10-07 Flight simulators can provide relief from the symptoms of chronic dizziness 0 None
2004-10-07 Rheumatoid arthritis results from a combination of genetic susceptibility and environmental triggers 0 None
2004-10-06 $10 million to establish a multidisciplinary research program in cancer nanotechnology 0 None
2004-10-06 Oxford University and NTT Europe collaborate in the field of bionanoscience 0 None
2004-10-06 12 ferrets and a DVD suggest that the brain cranks away on tasks completely unknown to us 0 None
2004-10-06 Low-fat meals reduce effectiveness of vitamin E supplementation 0 None
2004-10-06 Researchers identifiy brain circuit that appears crucial in converting short-term memories into long-term memories 0 None
2004-10-06 Ultrasound offers new diagnosis for whiplash injury 0 None
2004-10-06 Half of all Australians still believe a tan is healthy 0 None
2004-10-06 Australian researchers hunt for eczema genes 0 None
2004-10-06 People prone to anger and aggression may be predisposed to develop an addiction to nicotine 0 None
2004-10-05 Patients suffering from diseases as varied as Type II diabetes, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's have one thing in common 0 None
2004-10-05 Research continues to show the cardiovascular benefits of fish consumption or omega-3 fatty acids 0 None
2004-10-05 Researchers grow mouth lining into pieces of bio-bandage 0 None
2004-10-05 International society agrees that the potential of stem cells derived from fat show promising clinical uses 0 None
2004-10-05 Balance between vasodilation and vasoconstriction in exercising muscle may change with age 0 5
2004-10-05 Interleukin-6 has potential as a therapeutic drug in treating metabolic disorders such as obesity, type 2 diabetes and atherosclerosis 0 None
2004-10-05 Short-term exercise significantly increases insulin action 0 None
2004-10-05 Moderate exercise in mice after they were infected with influenza protects them from dying 0 2
2004-10-05 New genomic, proteomic tools yield clues to exercise/diet effects on obesity, metabolic syndrome and diabetes 0 None
2004-10-05 Mechanical loading through exercise builds bone strength 0 None
2004-10-05 Research helps to understand the basic mechanism that underlies how neurons communicate 0 None
2004-10-05 University of Florida researchers reveal secret lives of genes during spinal injury 0 None
2004-10-05 Spitting into a cup could someday be an alternative to blood testing 0 None
2004-10-05 Neurologists have discovered a drug application smart enough to alleviate orthostatic hypotension 1 None
2004-10-05 Richard Axel has won the 2004 Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine 0 None
2004-10-05 Linda Buck has been named winner of the 2004 Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine 0 None
2004-10-05 Stem cells and drug design 0 None
2004-10-05 A website set up by scientists for scientists aims to reduce the number of animals used in medical research 0 None
2004-10-05 Background noises don't just cover up conversation, they may actually scramble brain activity 0 None
2004-10-05 Researchers to develop dietary agents to reduce risk of cataracts for astronauts 0 None
2004-10-05 Researchers discover new mechanism responsible for blood vessel tumors that cause facial deformities 0 None
2004-10-04 Reliability theory explains human aging 0 None
2004-10-04 Portion of the brain devoted to vision may play a prominent role in processing the spoken word in blind people 0 None
2004-10-04 Researchers investigate whether tiny polyester cords can stop potentially dangerous sleep apnea 0 None
2004-10-04 Researchers are studying a vaccine that, in the future, could be the first to treat advanced malignant melanoma 0 None
2004-10-04 Americans overwhelmingly support stem cell research - 74-21 percent 0 None
2004-10-04 Research aims to improve the health and safety of construction workers 0 None
2004-10-04 Sibling history is a better predictor of coronary heart disease than parental history or traditional risk factor scoring 0 None
2004-10-04 Personality disorder symptoms can change with time 0 None
2004-10-04 Researchers pinpoint genetic cause of Timothy syndrome 0 None
2004-10-04 Artificial neural networks and DNA microarrays to successfully predict clinical outcomes of neuroblastoma patients 0 None
2004-10-04 New national resource for medical researchers to be known as the Center on Proteolytic Pathways 0 None
2004-10-04 Stress hormones lower threshold for aggression and aggression raises stress hormones 0 None
2004-09-30 Novel compound that resembles vitamin E halves the size of tumors and the ability of cancer to spread 0 None
2004-09-30 A revolutionary approach to angiogenesis could make cancer treatment more effective at killing tumours 0 None
2004-09-30 Researchers show gossypol – a drug refined from cottonseed oil is a cancer treatment booster 0 None
2004-09-30 Research could lead to a significant decrease in the number of deaths each year on Europe’s roads 0 None
2004-09-30 What measures persuade people to shift from using cars to walking and cycling? 0 None
2004-09-30 Fasting during Ramadan could cause problems for Muslim patients taking prescribed drugs 0 None
2004-09-30 Antiretroviral treatment may provide protection against HIV transmission during breast-feeding 0 None
2004-09-30 Alcohol-based hand sanitizer gel significantly reduces spread of gastrointestinal illnesses 0 4
2004-09-30 Drinking eight ounces of cranberry juice works better than four in combating urinary tract infections 0 None
2004-09-29 One in five people in the developed world will die of the diseases we call cancer 0 None
2004-09-29 Mortality rate from injuries, such as falls, drowning and fires, increased three-fold since 1960 in the Philippines 0 None
2004-09-29 Cancer vaccine based on listeria bacteria shows promise 0 None
2004-09-29 Researchers have identified the mechanism by which marijuana may affect learning and memory 0 5
2004-09-29 Two types of thyroid cancer can be readily identified by differences in only a few genes 0 None
2004-09-29 Genetic abnormalities have a major impact on obesity 0 5
2004-09-29 Cutting levels of household allergens is unlikely to have much impact on childhood asthma 0 None
2004-09-29 Bacterium Haemophilus influenza has to secrete a glue-like protein 0 None
2004-09-29 IBM and Cleveland Clinic to develop a translational medicine platform to support genetic research 0 None
2004-09-29 New technology to diagnose, treat deadly diseases 0 None
2004-09-29 We could soon be curing our athlete’s foot with alfalfa 0 None
2004-09-29 Pine cones may form a new line of attack against MRSA infection 0 None
2004-09-29 Research confirms benefits of commonly used traditional remedies for a range of illnesses 0 None
2004-09-29 New funding for Scottish scientists to tackle diseases such as asthma and multiple sclerosis 0 None
2004-09-29 Cancer Research Technology and The Institute of Cancer Research complete licence with Vernalis 0 None
2004-09-28 On-line campaign asks, where does all the breast cancer research money go? 1 5
2004-09-28 Clusters of genes within human aortas appear to predict risk for atherosclerosis 0 None
2004-09-28 Trial shows which brain cancer patients benefit from temozolomide 0 None
2004-09-28 Researchers reveal potential new role for Glivec/Imatinib 0 1
2004-09-28 Arsenic trioxide - invented as a treatment for a rare type of leukaemia 0 5
2004-09-28 Master gene that controls the first breath a newborn infant 0 None
2004-09-28 Men more than women favor paternity testing at birth 0 None
2004-09-27 Half of Britons at risk from heart disease 0 None
2004-09-27 People with diabetes may soon be able to swap their tablets for creams and ointments 0 None
2004-09-27 Active ingredients of soya may help beat breast cancer 0 None
2004-09-27 Research shows specific damage to nervous system in veterans with Gulf War syndrome 0 None
2004-09-27 Duplication of the alpha-synuclein gene causes Parkinson's disease in a French family 0 None
2004-09-27 Researchers have integrated heart cells grown from human embryonic stem cells into a host heart 0 None
2004-09-27 Functions of the c-myb gene which leukemia cells depend on for proliferation 0 None
2004-09-27 Marijuana use may increase the risk of ectopic (tubal) pregnancies 0 None
2004-09-27 Discovery of key molecular step which allows cancer cells to move to different parts of the body 0 None
2004-09-27 Simple interventions for Accident and Emergency patients could help reduce excessive drinking 0 None
2004-09-26 Ireland to invest €5m for autism research 0 None
2004-09-26 What you see is not always what you get with binocular rivalry 0 None
2004-09-26 New type of regulatory T cell that reduces asthma and airway inflammation 0 None
2004-09-26 Boldly colored tableware is a mealtime aid to those with severe Alzheimer's disease 0 None
2004-09-26 Stem cells from umbilical cord blood, given intravenously with mannitol drug reduce stroke size and damage 0 None
2004-09-26 Researchers have successfully targeted an HIV protein that has eluded existing therapies 0 None
2004-09-26 Stretching immediately before sport or exercise may actually hinder sport performance 0 None
2004-09-23 Researcher looks for clues to degenerative, deadly disease called Ataxia-telangiectasia 0 None
2004-09-23 Low-dose infusion of ketamine completely relieves pain of complex regional pain syndrome 0 5
2004-09-23 Asia must tackle HIV in injecting drug users 0 None
2004-09-23 Dogs can be trained to detect bladder cancer 0 None
2004-09-23 Understanding how kidneys absorb protein from urine will help fight kidney disease in diabetics 0 None
2004-09-23 Promising lead in developing anti-viral drugs with the potential to fight HIV and HSV 0 None
2004-09-23 Research may lead to alternatives to antibiotic drugs for treating bacterial diseases 0 5
2004-09-23 Better insight into treating bilingual children who suffer from a stutter 0 None
2004-09-23 Potential new way to control drug-resistant bacteria 0 None
2004-09-23 New link in the growth of Ewing’s sarcoma 0 None
2004-09-22 THC in marijuana may block the spread of forms of cancer causing herpes viruses 0 5
2004-09-22 Research to halt the progress of chronic liver disease 0 None
2004-09-22 Research shows how psychosocial factors can bring on rapid decline in health 0 None
2004-09-22 University of Arizona spin-off investigates DNA damage to human skin 0 None
2004-09-22 NIH opens new hospital totally dedicated to clinical research 0 None
2004-09-21 Fish oils appear to reduce breast cancer risk 0 None
2004-09-21 Experimental drug PKC412 may be the key to treating myeloproliferative disease 0 None
2004-09-21 New gene therapy technique may help treat Alzheimer's disease 0 None
2004-09-21 Evidence pointing to chronic cellular inflammation as the precursor of heart disease and diabetes 0 None
2004-09-21 Novel strategy for stimulating the production of utrophin 0 None
2004-09-21 Stress response proteins offer a promising target for a novel drug guidance system 0 None
2004-09-21 HER-2 cell surface receptors tun on genes associated with carcinogenesis 0 None
2004-09-21 Laser therapy and tacrolimus ointment best for vitiligo 2 3
2004-09-21 Obesity makes surgery more difficult and risky 0 None
2004-09-21 Streptococcus bacteria uses sword and shield to fight white blood cells 0 None
2004-09-20 A low salt diet can be extremely dangerous for elderly people 1 3.2
2004-09-20 New imaging analysis techniques to probe causes of dyslexia 0 None
2004-09-20 Certain cancers might one day be cured without the use of toxic chemotherapy and radiation 0 None
2004-09-20 New anti-inflammatory strategy for cancer therapy 0 None
2004-09-20 Research may provide a better understanding of the mental retardation observed in Cri-du-Chat Syndrome 0 5
2004-09-20 Vanilla may become a drug to treat sickle cell disease 0 None
2004-09-20 Non-human primates should never be considered as source animals for any future clinical trials of animal-to-human transplantation 0 None
2004-09-20 Breakthrough in spinal regeneration research 0 None
2004-09-20 Today’s scientists have the skills and experience to transplant a human face 0 None
2004-09-20 Resveratrol in red wine, is thought to contribute to improved cardiovascular effects associated with moderate consumption of red wine 0 None
2004-09-20 Genome researchers to look at 1918 Spanish flu 0 None
2004-09-20 New oral gel used instead of injection to deliver drugs 0 None
2004-09-20 Project to find out how European governments could fight obesity 0 None
2004-09-18 Humans are in fact quite rational; they just do not trust what people in lab coats tell them 0 None
2004-09-18 Research findings may help stave off full-blown diabetes 0 None
2004-09-18 Link between eosinophils and asthma 0 None
2004-09-18 Inflammation could have important implications for modern-day health care 0 None
2004-09-18 New culprit behind the brain injury suffered by stroke victims 0 None
2004-09-18 A new lipid-based nasal ointment effective at reducing symptoms of allergic rhinitis 0 None
2004-09-17 Significant relationships between laryngopharyngeal reflux and upper airway sensory impairment 0 None
2004-09-17 Consumption of milk seems to be evaporating 0 None
2004-09-17 Early drinking means a greater likelihood of problem drinking later in life 0 None
2004-09-16 Potential stem cells treatment for retinitis pigmentosa and other retinal degenerations 44 4.3
2004-09-16 New method targeting hypermethylation detects ovarian cancer in the blood 0 None
2004-09-16 Beer possesses the same antioxidant benefits as red wine 0 5
2004-09-16 Protein that causes juvenile Batten disease also plays a key role in normal cell function 0 None
2004-09-16 Stem cell science and orthopedic surgery may reduce failure rate in hip replacements 0 None
2004-09-16 Researchers are making inroads to understanding what makes brain tumors so hard to treat 0 None
2004-09-16 Mighty mouse helps researchers tackle osteoporosis 0 None
2004-09-16 Cancer drug effective at treating lupus 0 None
2004-09-16 Researchers get a grip on marijuana 0 None
2004-09-15 Can anti-psychotic drugs treat anorexia? 0 None
2004-09-15 Immunoglobulins might be promising treatment for Alzheimer's disease 0 None
2004-09-14 Role of gene identified in development of tumours in children 0 None
2004-09-14 Drinking by youth at disturbingly high levels 0 None
2004-09-14 Important discovery that will increase the understanding of multiple sclerosis 0 None
2004-09-14 German researchers are identifying lymphoma risks 0 None
2004-09-14 Brain function a key to addiction treatments 0 None
2004-09-14 Shade structures are not built effectively 0 None
2004-09-14 Research highlights the need for vehicle redesigning of SUV's, pickup trucks and vans 0 None
2004-09-14 Crocodile blood could help make artificial blood 0 None
2004-09-14 Lead poisoning in children may be a bigger public health issue in the UK than is currently appreciated 0 None
2004-09-14 Prolonged and sustained endurance training prevents stiffening of the heart 0 None
2004-09-14 Hibiscus flowers contain antioxidants that help control cholesterol levels 0 3.1
2004-09-14 New biological principle and therapeutic goal for cancer treatment 0 None
2004-09-14 Genetically modified bacterium as remedy for intestinal diseases 0 None
2004-09-13 Statistical method for faster prognosis of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases 0 None
2004-09-13 Researchers find way to clean up the drugs market 0 None
2004-09-13 Researchers have discovered a possible way to distinguish lethal from localized prostate cancers 0 None
2004-09-13 Western diseases such as stroke and heart disease are a major problem in Asia 0 None
2004-09-13 Crucial research fails to connect due to secretive nature of research and development 0 None
2004-09-12 $10.3 million biodefense contract to tackle salmonella, typhoid fever and monkey pox virus 0 None
2004-09-12 Consuming lots of red meat and alcohol may triple relapse rate in ulcerative colitis 0 None
2004-09-12 Moderate alcohol consumption cuts rate of further narrowing after heart surgery 0 None
2004-09-12 Higher blood levels of homocysteine may be associated with changes in deep brain tissue in middle-aged men 0 5
2004-09-12 Thickness of the cornea an important factor in considering treatment options for patients with glaucoma 0 None
2004-09-12 Treatment with vitamin A and an omega-3 fatty acid slows down the progression of retinitis pigmentosa 0 None
2004-09-10 New genetic test can predict cleft lip or palate 0 None
2004-09-10 Spouses' emotions can effect psychological recovery after a heart attack or angioplasty 0 5
2004-09-10 Talk test can help monitor exercise exertion 0 None
2004-09-10 PSA test is now all but useless for predicting prostate cancer risk 0 None
2004-09-10 Suprising new information on the HOX genes 0 None
2004-09-10 Cancer drug may reduce kidney disease in lupus 0 None
2004-09-10 Grant to study genetics and drug interaction 0 None
2004-09-10 New view of chromatin and gene activity 0 None
2004-09-10 Discovery of way to regulate brain blood could lead to new treatments for stroke, migraine, Alzheimer’s 0 None
2004-09-10 Disruption of protein folding causes neurodegeneration, mental retardation 0 5
2004-09-10 Transthyretin discovery may halt progression of Alzheimer's 0 None
2004-09-10 Magnetic resonance imaging helps measure osteoarthritis 0 None
2004-09-10 Missing genes may help explain why plague bacteria are so deadly 0 None
2004-09-10 Painful and damaging chemotherapy may one day be a thing of the past 0 None
2004-09-10 Chemical pathways of serotonin in the nervous system pave way for future pharmaceutical treatments for depression 0 5
2004-09-10 Influenza associated hospitalizations among elderly patients has increased substantially over the past two decades 0 None
2004-09-10 New research into stimulus-related ear differences from birth may provide improved methods for newborn hearing tests 0 None
2004-09-09 Gene mutations cause 85 percent of colon cancers 0 None
2004-09-09 Research crucial in determining what gene mutations might lead to congenital cardiovascular defects 0 None
2004-09-09 Exposure to music helps kids learn 1 4
2004-09-09 New treatment for T-cell acute lymphoblastic leukaemia 0 None
2004-09-08 Findings point to the hippocampus as critical to the process of recollection 0 2
2004-09-08 Autism may arise from a mixture of sources that include a few genes and epigenetics 0 None
2004-09-08 Cancers, including colon, prostate, and leukemia, continue to grow unchecked 0 None
2004-09-08 Gene therapy holds much promise for treating aggressive human superficial bladder cancer 0 None
2004-09-08 Researchers uncover how HIV causes abnormalities in antibody-producing cells 0 None
2004-09-08 Researchers keep milk free of contaminants 0 None
2004-09-08 Higher body mass index has a stronger association with diabetes than physical inactivity 0 None
2004-09-08 New genetic hypothesis for the cause of autism 0 None
2004-09-08 Friendly bacteria helps control upset stomachs and gut diseases amongst elderly population 0 4
2004-09-08 Controlling diarrhoea and constipation in autistic children without using antibiotics 0 None
2004-09-08 Pigs and other farm animals are harbouring major reservoirs of antibiotic-resistant bacteria 0 None
2004-09-08 Are parents of children with ADHD good at parenting? 0 None
2004-09-08 First indication that Parkinson’s disease can be caused by a defect in a protein 0 None
2004-09-08 Research into constraint-induced movement therapy 0 5
2004-09-07 Pig tissue may help reduce the damage and disability of stroke 0 None
2004-09-07 Australian research studies health impacts of living in a high-rise apartment 0 None
2004-09-07 Parents and siblings of infants born with severe abnormalities of the left side of the heart should also be screened for heart problems 0 None
2004-09-07 Researchers have successfully produced small quantities of a new vaccine for anthrax using Bacillus bacteria 0 None
2004-09-07 New way of killing dangerous bacteria like the ones which cause anthrax and pneumonia 0 None
2004-09-07 Mucus on the skin of rainbow trout may be a possible source of new medicines to fight infectious diseases 0 None
2004-09-07 Bee stings may provide a solution to overcome MRSA superbugs 0 None
2004-09-07 Stopping bacteria from talking to each other could help prevent serious infections 0 None
2004-09-07 Scientists crack tooth decay 0 None
2004-09-07 Mitochondrial genes cause nuclear mischief 0 None
2004-09-06 Data from over a quarter of cancer clinical trials may never reach the public domain 0 None
2004-09-06 Scientists investigate the ability of heart muscle to repair itself 0 None
2004-09-06 Sight of a friendly face can reduce stress in sheep 0 None
2004-09-05 Bone marrow produces cells that permanently heal wounds 0 None
2004-09-05 Nicotine patches and gum less effective for women than men 0 None
2004-09-05 Research may significant consequences in leading drug researchers to develop new and more effective means to block influenza and other viruses 0 None
2004-09-05 Yellow glasses save vision 0 None
2004-09-02 Three key responses behind food neophobia, the rejection of new foods in both adults and children 15 4.8
2004-09-02 Smoking, high blood pressure and high cholesterol have taken a substantial toll on the American wallet 0 None
2004-09-02 New ways of looking at treatment for lung diseases such as pulmonary fibrosis 0 None
2004-09-02 Research suggests that victimisation in childhood increases risk of psychotic disorders, such as schizophrenia or manic depression 0 None
2004-09-02 University of Nottingham research developments could mean new drugs will reach cancer patients more quickly 0 None
2004-09-02 Researchers work to defeat acne by understanding it better on a molecular level 0 None
2004-09-02 Sense of humour research reveals secrets of what makes us laugh 0 None
2004-09-02 First step in using gene therapy to treat glaucoma 0 3
2004-09-01 Researchers discover that DNA fragments destroy melanoma cells 0 None
2004-09-01 The lower your cholesterol in midlife, the better you are off in old age 0 None
2004-09-01 New sedation procedure which could allow patients to avoid potentially risky general anaesthetics 0 None
2004-09-01 International research sheds light on Escherichia coli 0 None
2004-09-01 Broccoli, cauliflower and cabbage effective in disrupting late stages of cell growth in breast cancer 0 None
2004-09-01 Knowing more about a gene’s responsibility will stir up a swarm of controversy 0 None
2004-09-01 Researchers accurately pinpoint the types of lymphoma, Hodgkins or non-Hodgkins 0 None
2004-09-01 Spanish research helps divers avoid hypothermia 0 None
2004-08-31 Research provides definitive evidence that radiation risk is associated with full-body CT scans 0 None
2004-08-30 People in a negative mood provide more accurate eyewitness accounts 1 None
2004-08-30 Scientists discover breakthrough method to treat neuronal diseases 0 None
2004-08-30 Alcohol in moderation maintains a healthy heart and reduces tissue damage following a heart attack 0 None
2004-08-30 Further evidence of a genetic link to schizophrenia 0 None
2004-08-30 Researchers explain dual effects of ginseng 0 None
2004-08-30 Flaw in DNA helps explain cancers and aging 0 None
2004-08-30 Kiwis reverse heart disease in diabetics 0 None
2004-08-30 Circadian rhythm research may lead to greater understanding of jet lag and human diseases 0 None
2004-08-30 Gene - beta1-integrin, could be key to breast cancer therapies 0 None
2004-08-30 Common enzyme acts as a natural brake to prevent potentially deadly runaway inflammation 0 None
2004-08-30 Converting cells into heart muscle 0 None
2004-08-30 Students are more likely to drink, smoke cigarettes and smoke marijuana when they receive drivers’ licenses 0 None
2004-08-27 Streptococcal bacteria disrupts blood clotting to infect humans 0 None
2004-08-27 Solid evidence that best treatment for multiple sclerosis is pregnancy 0 5
2004-08-27 High tech implants to aid facial reconstruction 0 None
2004-08-27 Nobox gene key to proper egg development 0 None
2004-08-27 Yogurt, unfortunately, is not the answer for thrush 0 5
2004-08-27 Two new findings in the field of primary prevention for dementia and Alzheimer’s disease 0 None
2004-08-27 Ephedra substitute - Seville orange may have risks 0 None
2004-08-26 Probiotics of no use for vaginal problems 0 4
2004-08-26 Complying with new flu guidelines may be impractical and costly 0 None
2004-08-26 Eggs are a high in lutein, a carotenoid important for eye and skin health 0 2
2004-08-26 Study of new gene and cell therapy to better understand how genetically-engineered cells can help pace the heart 1 None
2004-08-26 Researchers have identified a possible cause of an inherited form of Parkinson's disease 0 None
2004-08-26 Manuka honey effective treatment for leg ulcers 0 3.2
2004-08-26 Researchers look to make more effective drug treatments for tuberculosis 0 None
2004-08-26 Mission to uncover the genetic make-up of Britain 0 None
2004-08-26 Powdered form of anthrax vaccine could eliminate needle injections 0 None
2004-08-25 New class of compounds play a role in protecting the cardiovascular system 0 None
2004-08-25 Scientists have discovered a protein that could be the key to finding a cure for asthma 0 None
2004-08-25 Researchers using light to control genes and better understand the role of certain genes in embryonic development 0 None
2004-08-25 High-resolution images reveal the molecular rearrangements that rotavirus uses to break into cells 0 None
2004-08-25 High blood pressure may help people to stay calm 0 None
2004-08-25 Air researchers measure diesel fumes to search for link to health problems 0 None
2004-08-25 A new test for bowel cancer could be on the horizon 0 None
2004-08-25 Researchers have identified multiple changes in the gene-expression patterns of cells involved with tumor progression in liver cancer patients 0 None
2004-08-24 Gray matter in brain associated with language processing among people with a family history of dyslexia 0 None
2004-08-24 Spray used by British police forces to control aggressors more harmful than previously thought 0 None
2004-08-24 Cigarettes produce 10 times more pollution than that of an average diesel exhaust 1 4.5
2004-08-24 Diabetes and heart disease may stem from fat you can't see 0 None
2004-08-23 The next generation of single-enantiomer catalysts 0 None
2004-08-23 Researchers have produced a marathon mouse that can run twice as far as normal mice 0 None
2004-08-23 Blueberries may lower cholesterol 0 None
2004-08-23 Researchers find how cancers, particularly lymphomas, develop and might be prevented 0 None
2004-08-23 Exposure to simian virus 40 (SV40) is not associated with cancer in humans 0 None
2004-08-23 Limb kinematics help to better understand why it’s more “efficient” to walk than to run 0 None
2004-08-23 Body symmetry could be a tell tale sign of an aggressive person 0 None
2004-08-23 Surprise finding could lead to hepatitis C vaccine 0 None
2004-08-23 New database about a group of genes associated with multidrug resistance in cancerous tumors 0 None
2004-08-23 Worldwide evidence says better care will halt heart failure epidemic 0 None
2004-08-23 Novel disease mechanism underlying rheumatoid arthritis 0 None
2004-08-23 Effectiveness of gingko to treat early dementia 0 None
2004-08-23 Rooms where people smoke contain higher air concentrations of endotoxins 0 None
2004-08-23 Effect of prebiotic and probiotic foods on health 0 None
2004-08-22 Diabetes worldwide will continue to increase at record levels 0 None
2004-08-22 Research offers hope for the millions of diabetics worldwide who take insulin injections 0 None
2004-08-22 First whole-genome survey of where three commonly used retroviruses into human DNA 0 None
2004-08-22 Nitroxyl-releasing drugs promise to revive failing hearts 0 None
2004-08-22 Dual-action compound shows promise in killing prostate cancer cells 0 None
2004-08-22 Eyewitness recall accuracy affected by mood 0 None
2004-08-21 Existing hepatitis drug could lead to the development of new drugs for the treatment of anthrax 0 None
2004-08-21 Research reveals positive long-term impact of youth development program 0 None
2004-08-21 Development of plant-derived topical medications to prevent HIV/AIDS and other STD's 0 None
2004-08-21 Genetic mutation link to sudden infant death syndrome 0 None
2004-08-20 Increased dementia risk after stroke 0 None
2004-08-20 Sonic Hedgehog, essential for normal limb development 0 None
2004-08-20 Research sheds shed light on a common cause of miscarriage in humans 0 None
2004-08-20 Enzyme activation key to body clock 0 None
2004-08-20 Test for identifying which cases of prostate cancer will become life threatening 0 None
2004-08-20 Antimalarial drug resistance is an international problem that requires a co-ordinated, international response 0 None
2004-08-20 Research could lead to ways to prevent arrhythmias 0 None
2004-08-19 Welsh research has found that abused babies are at much greater risk of experiencing further abuse 0 None
2004-08-19 Mobile phones in rural areas need more power, potentially having a greater impact on health 0 None
2004-08-19 Living near to a petrol station may increase the risk of acute childhood leukaemia by 400% 0 None
2004-08-18 Stem cell research may one day help cerebral palsy 0 None
2004-08-18 Authors redefine aging as any change in an organism over time 0 None
2004-08-18 Gene variant that is a major contributor to cleft lip 0 None
2004-08-18 Researchers find important gene for lupus 0 None
2004-08-18 Zinc plays a crucial role in blindness 0 3
2004-08-18 Newly discovered protein switch may be key to understanding sleep disorders, anxiety, and depression 0 None
2004-08-18 More tumour cells in the blood leads to quicker deterioration in women with breast cancer 0 None
2004-08-18 Embryonic stem cell therapy show benefits in rebuilding damaged heart 0 None
2004-08-18 New link between a specific protein and its role in determining how cancerous cells divide 0 None
2004-08-18 Researchers to conduct a series of studies on human circulation 0 None
2004-08-18 Research will lead to better treatments for mastocytosis 0 5
2004-08-18 Researchers find way to detect dangerous brain swelling in diabetic children 0 None
2004-08-18 Computed tomography may improve screening of latent atherosclerosis 0 None
2004-08-17 Friendly bacteria the key to ulcerative colitis treatment 0 None
2004-08-17 Disruption of chromosome loops can lead to Beckwith-Wiedemann Syndrome 0 None
2004-08-17 Inherited gene conflict may key to controlling obesity 0 1
2004-08-17 Veterans Affairs patients with diabetes are better cared for than managed care patients 0 None
2004-08-17 Not all good cholesterol helps to protect arteries from becoming clogged with fatty deposits 0 None
2004-08-17 Drug developers should take a different approach to snake venom and heart medications 0 None
2004-08-17 A quarter of all adults aged over 40 could develop an irregular heartbeat 0 None
2004-08-16 New blood test to detect ovarian cancer 0 None
2004-08-16 Neural basis of memory loss 0 None
2004-08-16 Link between marijuana and mental health 0 None
2004-08-16 Medical alternative to surgery for cataracts 0 5
2004-08-15 Blood test to detect ovarian cancer using three proteins found in common in the blood of women with the disease 0 None
2004-08-15 Good health goes beyond diet, exercise and stress 0 5
2004-08-15 Relationship between brain chemical messenger glutamate and schizophrenia traits 0 2
2004-08-15 Strep throat, scarlet fever and other disorders appears to use a single wasplike "stinger" to spread infection 0 2
2004-08-13 Rats as well as humans can become addicted to drugs 0 None
2004-08-13 Stroke research lags far behind funding for other major causes of death in Europe 0 None
2004-08-13 Researchers map structure of anti-cancer molecule and open the door to the creation of more effective cancer treatments 0 None
2004-08-13 Pineal gland which regulates the cycles of sleep and waking evolved to improve vision 1 None
2004-08-13 Scientists discover the body's own defense against H.Pylori, the cause of stomach ulcers and stomach cancer 0 None
2004-08-12 Horrifying research into Britain's injecting drug users 0 None
2004-08-12 Research provides new hope for people with fetal alcohol syndrome 0 None
2004-08-12 Ways to economically recover recombinant proteins from transgenic tobacco 0 None
2004-08-12 Scopolamine prevents and relieves motion sickness - but possibly with more adverse effects than alternatives 0 None
2004-08-12 Investigation into mTOR protein function is far from over 0 None
2004-08-11 Gene responsible for management of glutamate is a promising candidate in determining risk for schizophrenia 0 None
2004-08-11 What is Telomere crisis? 0 None
2004-08-11 Structural microvascular changes, visible in the eye, may precede development of severe hypertension 0 None
2004-08-11 Research unlocks the mystery of the miraculous healing powers of honey 0 None
2004-08-11 Stanford researchers identify leukemia stem cells 0 None
2004-08-11 Self-assembling peptides, a breakthrough with enormous therapeutic potential 0 None
2004-08-11 New biotech alliance to focus on diseases of nerve injury and pain 0 None
2004-08-11 Scientists identify compounds that mimic calorie restriction 0 None
2004-08-11 Million-dollar grant to trial potential stem cell therapies to repair injured spinal cords 0 None
2004-08-11 New service-oriented laboratory focused on bioanalysis and pharmacokinetics 0 None
2004-08-10 System for monitoring and promoting human rights for people with disabilities around the world 0 None
2004-08-10 Scientists have tricked subjects in an experiment into believing that a rubber hand was part of their own body 0 None
2004-08-10 Bionomics BNO69 angiogenesis gene discovery published 0 None
2004-08-10 Trauma patients who test positive for methamphetamine are more likely to be admitted to the hospital 0 None
2004-08-09 Discovery could revolutionise the way asthma is treated and managed, and possibly lead to an eventual cure 0 None
2004-08-09 New scientific white paper outlines why the current policy on stem cell research must be expanded 0 None
2004-08-09 Advances in biomedical imaging could lead to more sensitive screening tests for cancer-fighting drugs 0 None
2004-08-09 Austrian researchers in a world first have successfully engineered an allergy vaccine 0 None
2004-08-09 Early news reports on carbs-breast cancer link may only serve to confuse the public 0 None
2004-08-09 Liver transplantation outcomes have significantly improved for patients with hepatitis B 0 None
2004-08-09 New treatment strategy for brain cancer 0 None
2004-08-09 Effects of oxidative stress on atherosclerosis 0 None
2004-08-09 Possible role for BK virus in development of prostate cancer 0 None
2004-08-09 New screening tool prevents wrong patients from receiving Parkinson's surgery 0 None
2004-08-09 Research sheds new light on stepfamilies 0 None
2004-08-09 Significant advance in the understanding of the hepatitis C virus (HCV) 0 None
2004-08-09 Step closer to unravelling the mystery of medically unexplained pain such as chronic low back pain 0 None
2004-08-09 Neuroscience research in South Australia is mobilising its efforts against diseases of the brain and nervous system 0 None
2004-08-09 Carb-conscious dieters may be lowering their risk of breast cancer 0 None
2004-08-07 Scientists lead fight against blood cancers 0 None
2004-08-06 Lack of a gene called LBP-1a in the embryo prevents normal growth of blood vessels in the placenta 0 None
2004-08-06 World's young and leading scholars will gather in Sydney next week to showcase their research 0 None
2004-08-06 Short bouts of exercise reduce the risk of heart disease 0 None
2004-08-06 Personalised medicine designed to enhance people's chances of quitting smoking 0 None
2004-08-05 Australian university signs multi-million dollar anti-cancer research deal 0 None
2004-08-05 Mayo Clinic and IBM have announced a broad collaboration to accelerate advances in patient care and research 0 None
2004-08-05 First evidence of the molecular link between inflammation and cancer 0 None
2004-08-05 New gene-silencing technique 0 None
2004-08-05 Potential of genomics in disease research yet to be realized 0 None
2004-08-05 Mefloquine, an anti-malarial drug plays a critical role in movement, vision and memory 0 None
2004-08-05 As medicine targets personal DNA profiles, researchers examine ethics and patient experiences 0 None
2004-08-03 Nogo protein may control the progression of Alzheimer’s disease 0 None
2004-08-03 Researchers study whether people’s genetic makeup could make them more likely to develop osteoarthritis of the knee and hip 0 None
2004-08-03 Smart drug that targets cancer cells in the brain following removal of a tumor 0 None
2004-08-03 Entirely new approach to the treatment of aging 0 None
2004-08-03 Switches in the brain that tell the body to stop eating and start burning calories 0 None
2004-08-02 Adolescents hospitalized for psychiatric disorders are more likely to report higher levels of emotional distress as adults 0 None
2004-08-02 Substance abuse and mood and anxiety disorders are some of the most common psychiatric disorders in the United States 0 None
2004-08-02 Higher levels of certain hormones may be associated with stress 0 None
2004-08-02 Antioxidant pills do nothing to prevent cardiovascular disease 0 None
2004-08-02 Adolescents take that first step in halting the growing rates of HIV, AIDS and sexually transmitted diseases 0 None
2004-08-02 A protein that the body uses to attack the AIDS virus is actually a stealthy defense mechanism that evolved 32 million years before HIV 0 None
2004-08-02 Renal research boost for the University of Birmingham 0 None
2004-08-02 Isolated soy protein shown to benefit type 2 diabetics 0 None
2004-08-02 Need for more research on complementary and alternative medicine is highlighted in a major report 0 None
2004-08-02 Antivenom of the tiger snake may not be as useful as previously believed 0 None
2004-08-02 Research to determine whether long term use of organophosphate insecticides and other pesticides leads to an increased risk of cancer 0 None
2004-08-02 Hormone previously identified in the venom of the green mamba snake may play role in stroke research 0 None
2004-08-02 New approach to cancer vaccines may eradicate skin cancer tumors 0 None
2004-08-02 Researchers have secured more than $19.4 million for their work on cardiovascular and liver diseases and HIV/AIDS 0 None
2004-08-02 New glycan arrays discover autoimmunogenic activities of SARS-CoV 0 None
2004-08-02 Automated health databases can help physicians monitor chronic diseases like hypertension 0 None
2004-08-02 The inner ear functions like ‘an underwater piano’ – highly tuned despite being immersed in water 0 None
2004-08-02 The p53 transcription factor plays a vital role in preventing cancer onset 0 None
2004-07-31 Twin research reveals gene that may play a crucial part in the development of myopia 0 None
2004-07-29 New ethics committee regulations impede and delay clinical research 0 2
2004-07-29 Rapid detection of anthrax inhalation 0 None
2004-07-29 Research to develop ways to inhibit head and neck cancers, the fifth most common cancer worldwide 0 None
2004-07-29 Adenosine triphosphate is a culprit in causing the devastating damage of spinal cord injury 0 None
2004-07-29 New method for detecting premature birth 0 None
2004-07-29 Misfiring proteins linked to sick feeling of type 2 diabetics 0 None
2004-07-29 Molecular pathway in the brain may explain why some patients suffering from inflammatory diseases develop depression 0 None
2004-07-29 Influence of alcohol consumption on risk of developing hypertension and type 2 diabetes 0 None
2004-07-29 Researchers have shown that an experimental vaccine can reduce the amount of neurodegeneration in a mouse model for Parkinson's disease 0 None
2004-07-29 Proof of principle that it is possible to deliver new genes body-wide to all the muscles of an adult animal 0 None
2004-07-29 Further evidence about how estrogen helps activate breast cancer 0 None
2004-07-28 Researchers discover a carbohydrate with an unusual structure in the cell walls of the bacterium that causes tuberculosis 0 None
2004-07-27 Turn of the head to the left makes a happy face look happier, while a look to the right writes sadness all over your face 0 None
2004-07-27 Research using genomic testing reveals new information on flesh-eating bacteria 0 None
2004-07-27 75 percent of Americans support call for more stem cell research 0 None
2004-07-27 Wide range of professions use heuristics to assist them with complex decision making, doctors are no exception 0 None
2004-07-27 Leptin's fat-burning role in humans 0 None
2004-07-27 Possible inherited component for lung cancer 0 None
2004-07-26 Traveling to and from work can reduce cardiovascular disease in people with type 2 diabetes 0 None
2004-07-26 Organic tomatoes have higher levels of vitamin C 0 None
2004-07-26 How ulcer bugs stick to stomach 0 None
2004-07-26 Finding helps explain how nerves connect to their targets and stop growing once there 0 None
2004-07-26 Correlation between caffeine intake at mealtime and increased glucose and insulin levels among diabetics 0 None
2004-07-23 Gene associated with susceptibility to developing type 1 diabetes 0 None
2004-07-23 Drug used to treat schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders appears effective at treating Alzheimer’s disease 0 None
2004-07-23 Multimillion-dollar grant to further life sciences research 0 None
2004-07-23 Cancers of the gut amongst the most preventable through changes in diet 0 None
2004-07-23 Epilepsy, new therapeutic possibilities 0 None
2004-07-23 Autism antibodies are not genetically determined, as parents do not exhibit them 0 5
2004-07-23 Groundbreaking tinnitus treatment 0 None
2004-07-22 Left atrium neasurements may predict future for heart attack patients 0 None
2004-07-22 Outdoor activities are exposing us to higher levels of harmful ultraviolet rays than previously thought 0 None
2004-07-21 Difficulties in performing day to day tasks could indicate the presence of mild cognitive impairment 0 None
2004-07-21 Researchers discover a mechanism that blocks replication of a retrovirus 0 None
2004-07-21 Australian collaboration to produce cancer immunotherapy vaccines 0 None
2004-07-21 Stress found to be associated with hyperprolactinemia 0 None
2004-07-21 Fine tuning your loss of body fluids may be more problematic now that researchers find receptors have an active role in our sweat rate 0 None
2004-07-21 Chemotherapy and supportive care are a winning combination 0 None
2004-07-20 Chemotherapy aimed at both cancer cells and their genetically normal cellular 'microenvironment' might improve the success of breast cancer treatment 0 None
2004-07-20 Discovery challenges current thinking about how a cancer develops and spreads 0 None
2004-07-19 Recently amended draft Human Tissue Bill remains confused and will endanger the continuation of vital medical research 0 None
2004-07-19 Call for original research papers and other works dealing with primary health care 0 None
2004-07-19 Market research 'World RNAi Markets: Current and Future Outlook' 0 None
2004-07-17 Safer and improved technologies for detecting and treating scoliosis 0 None
2004-07-17 Should the results of genetic tests be considered personal 0 None
2004-07-17 Cannabis extract helps reduce pain in multiple sclerosis patients 0 None
2004-07-17 Researchers find key light-detecting molecule in the eye moves in response to changes in light intensity 0 None
2004-07-15 8.5 million Euros to address a fundamental question on mitosis: How is cell division regulated? 0 None
2004-07-15 Gulf war veterans are at increased risk of infertility 0 None
2004-07-15 Using a combination of therapies and cell grafts could help treat patients with chronic spinal cord injuries 0 None
2004-07-15 Research into NHS stress 0 None
2004-07-15 Scientists determine structure of staph, anthrax enzyme 0 None
2004-07-15 Research that directs cancer-killing immune cells against the deadliest brain tumors shows promise 0 None
2004-07-15 Stat5 protein is particularly plentiful in high histological grade human prostate cancer 0 None
2004-07-15 Important milestone for any cancer therapy that will be useful for treating patients 0 None
2004-07-15 Research may help predict risk for prostate cancer based on gene expression patterns 0 None
2004-07-15 Immunotherapeutic strategy allowing patients to use their own immune system to fight their cancer 0 None
2004-07-15 Dietary niacin may protect against the development of Alzheimer's disease 0 None
2004-07-13 Adults with asthma may have an increased risk of developing chronic obstructive pulmonary disease 0 None
2004-07-13 New hereditary spastic paraplegia research 0 None
2004-07-13 Research provides new insight into the carefully controlled architectural changes that underlie organ development 0 None
2004-07-13 Molecular mechanisms behind XsalF's anterior specifying activity 0 None
2004-07-12 Human antibodies that thwart the SARS virus in mice can be mass-produced quickly 0 None
2004-07-12 Genetic mutation is a major contributor to type 1 diabetes 0 None
2004-07-12 International leader backs regional brain injury research 0 None
2004-07-11 First recipients of the Fogarty-Ellison Fellowship in Global Health and Clinical Research 0 None
2004-07-10 Having a good time can strengthen different centres in the brain and help it grow healthy brain cells 0 None
2004-07-10 Evidence that new anti-inflammatory drug may sensitize leukemia, and breast and lung cancers to conventional chemotherapy 0 None
2004-07-10 Stress may increase risk for the most common type of uterine cancer 0 None
2004-07-10 Myriad Genetics awarded a $14.2 million contract for AIDS and hepatitis research 0 None
2004-07-10 Researchers uncover new information source, the cornea of the human eye 0 None
2004-07-09 Recent tuberculosis research holds promise for developing a more effective vaccine 0 4
2004-07-09 The structure of AGT shows how one human protein reduces the potency of chemotherapy 0 None
2004-07-09 Exposure-based treatment offers the best form of therapy for dealing with trauma caused by a tragic death 0 None
2004-07-09 Mitochondria in spinal cords is Lou Gehrig’s disease target according researchers 0 None
2004-07-09 California church coalition lends support to Proposition 71 for stem cell research 0 None
2004-07-08 Identification of a naturally occurring genetic difference that controls the production of serotonin in the brain 0 None
2004-07-08 Understanding the role of c-Jun in repairing damaged nerve cells could help treat spinal injuries and increase our understanding of cancer 0 None
2004-07-08 The first ever model of live skin with a full ecosystem of micro-organisms 0 None
2004-07-08 World’s leading experts to attend International Human Embryonic Stem Cell Symposium 0 None
2004-07-08 Stem-cell research and its political, legal, and ethical implications 0 None
2004-07-08 Researchers shed new light on the function of huntingtin, the protein whose mutation underlies Huntington’s disease 0 None
2004-07-08 Research into hay fever and temperature of the nose rises helps determine how reliable and effective anti-allergic agents are 0 None
2004-07-08 New leads for the discovery of anthrax antitoxins that could be used in conjunction with antibiotics to treat late-stage anthrax 0 None
2004-07-07 Researchers found that a significant number of men get the hepatitis B virus behind bars 0 None
2004-07-07 Research could help disarm deadly retroviruses such as HIV or SARS 0 None
2004-07-07 Gene responsible for the onset of aging 0 None
2004-07-07 Diagnosing depression in people with intellectual disabilities 0 None
2004-07-07 Type of cellular stress called osmotic stress is critical to cell growth and the body’s immune response against infection 0 None
2004-07-07 Research to unravel exactly what is going on chemically, when Alzheimer's sets in 0 None
2004-07-07 UV exposure from sun tanning beds leads to pain relief and euphoric feelings 0 5
2004-07-07 Convincing evidence that at dietary levels, the estrogens found in soy do not stimulate cell growth and other markers for cancer risk 0 None
2004-07-06 New Zealand research to help reduce depression amongst stroke victims 0 None
2004-07-06 Paper makes a convincing case about the importance of older people in a society 0 None
2004-07-06 Brain enzyme known to affect mood may be decreased in teens who commit suicide 0 None
2004-07-05 Protein controls acid in cells by direct detection of volume changes 0 None
2004-07-05 Maths, not medicine, could prevent fatal heart attacks 0 None
2004-07-05 Research points to a possible way to design anthrax toxin molecules that selectively attack tumor cells 0 None
2004-07-05 Gene therapy may provide a treatment for a group of incurable, progressive neurological diseases called polyglutamine-repeat diseases 0 None
2004-07-05 Nanotechnology-based applications are accelerating the development of nanomedicine 0 None
2004-07-02 New research may help doctors diagnose diseases like HIV and hepatitis C earlier 0 None
2004-07-02 Enzymes from king crab are an effective treatment for scalds, sores, and trophic ulcers 0 None
2004-07-02 New Welsh research centre to improve understanding of the psychosocial factors that influence illness, disease, recovery 0 None
2004-07-02 Gum disease vaccination aim of world-first research 0 None
2004-07-02 People who suffer from severe depression have more nerve cells in the part of the brain that controls emotion 0 None
2004-07-02 Are vacuum assisted deliveries safe? yes according to the BMJ 0 None
2004-07-02 Possible interactions of St John's wort with conventional drugs 0 None
2004-07-02 Drop in systolic blood pressure may indicate imminent likelihood of Alzheimer’s disease or dementia 0 None
2004-07-01 Mucus may be the key to new treatments for cystic fibrosis 0 None
2004-07-01 Research describes how nerve growth factor stimulates a sequence of proteins that promote nerve growth 0 None
2004-07-01 Increased consumption of artificial sweeteners and of high-calorie beverages is not the sole cause of obesity, but it may be a contributing factor 0 None
2004-07-01 Children cured of acute lymphocytic leukemia after chemotherapy have a 5-20 times greater risk of developing secondary malignant neoplasm's 0 None
2004-06-30 A Center for Human Genetics/Genomics has been established at the University of California 0 None
2004-06-30 Protein research may help develop new antibiotics 0 None
2004-06-30 New research offers clues into how the body controls appetite and food intake 0 None
2004-06-30 Innovative research to apply microwave energy to the treatment of potentially deadly heart rhythm disorders 0 None
2004-06-29 An EU-funded research project will help to uncover the genetic factors linked to depression to develop new drug treatments 0 None
2004-06-29 New £18M Medical Research Council facility 0 None
2004-06-29 $1.6 million ecological stoichiometry grant to study how certain nutrients affect the development of disease in humans and animals 0 None
2004-06-29 Relatively difficult for the AIDS virus to develop resistance to the drug, tenofovir, or the DAPY (diarylpyrimidine) family of compounds 0 4
2004-06-29 RNA enzyme research may lead to ways of monitoring fat metabolism and might even assist in the search for signs of life on Mars 0 None
2004-06-29 Creation of the UK Clinical Research Collaboration (UKCRC) 0 None
2004-06-29 Unique project to find out if mobile phone masts, have an adverse effect on our health 0 None
2004-06-29 Nighttime surge of ghrelin may point to new targets for treating obesity 0 None
2004-06-29 Understanding how some diseases evade our body's defense system may help explain the incomplete control of chronic viral infections by the immune system 0 None
2004-06-29 Opuntia ficus indica, a type of prickly pear cactus reduces hangover symptoms 0 None
2004-06-29 Sex hormones alter the development of certain brain structures during puberty 0 None
2004-06-28 Continued commercial development of research into DNA repair 0 None
2004-06-28 Blood hormone may be key to appetite suppression and obesity control 0 None
2004-06-28 First university-based research center devoted to studying epigenetics 0 None
2004-06-28 Chemicals that inhibit the development of new blood vessels could prove to be a new way of treating endometriosis 0 None
2004-06-28 Gene chip technology can detect one of the commonest cystic fibrosis (CF) genetic mutations with 100% accuracy 0 None
2004-06-28 Kaposi sarcoma virus common in people who are HIV positive turns lymph vessel cells into a cancer 0 None
2004-06-28 Research for faster Polymerase Chain Reaction technology 0 None
2004-06-28 Discovery of gene that causes a rare juvenile-onset form of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) 0 None
2004-06-28 Naturally occurring genetic change in humans that dramatically increases muscle size and strength 0 None
2004-06-28 Link between rapid heartbeat after drinking alcohol and the addictive personality 0 None
2004-06-26 Eating eggs does not increase risk of cardiovascular disease 0 None
2004-06-26 Antibiotic use early in life does not increase the subsequent risk of asthma 0 None
2004-06-25 Call for President Bush to lift restrictions on embryonic stem cell research 0 None
2004-06-25 Discovery may explain why people with AIDS may suffer severe infections from viruses that they would otherwise defeat 0 None
2004-06-25 750,000 Americans will have a stroke or brain attack this year 0 None
2004-06-25 Ozone deficiency in the atmosphere does provoke the increase of people's death-rate 0 None
2004-06-24 Animal vaccine shows potential for the development of human SARS immunisation 0 None
2004-06-24 Anabolic steroids may improve surgical repair of shoulder tears 0 4.3
2004-06-24 Research suggests the brain is a much more sensitive organ than originally perceived, sensitive to the tiniest of chemical signals 0 None
2004-06-24 Ingredient of human breast milk may be a new treatment for warts 0 None
2004-06-24 Zebrafish research may help determine what causes certain birth defects 0 None
2004-06-24 Muscular German boy sheds new light on muscle development and genetics 0 3
2004-06-24 MRSA superbugs emerged independently in at least eight countries including the UK 0 None
2004-06-24 Fat hormone leptin affects a specific type of target neurons in the brain 0 None
2004-06-24 Genetic variation that doubles the risk for rheumatoid arthritis 0 None
2004-06-23 Historical analysis of the 38-year struggle to provide a prescription drug benefit to seniors as part of Medicare 0 None
2004-06-23 Research may explain why methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus infections are so difficult to control in hospitals 0 None
2004-06-23 Don't tell your Grandma! Brussel sprouts could help protect against cancer 0 None
2004-06-23 Genes account for approximately 30 percent of longevity in humans 0 None
2004-06-23 Residency training is demanding, leading busy residents to forfeit sleep 0 None
2004-06-23 Can ginger increase metabolic rate and improve circulation in the hands and feet? 0 None
2004-06-23 Prostate and kidney cancer can be detected in urine 0 None
2004-06-23 SPECT imaging helps attention deficit hyperactivity disorder patients 0 None
2004-06-23 Primitive part of the brain plays a role in processing visual information unconsciously 0 None
2004-06-23 Discovery of a gene-expression signature common to distinct types of cancer 0 None
2004-06-22 2,000 leading researchers, neurologists, cardiologists and others specialists will explore the advancements in research and treatment of Stroke 0 None
2004-06-22 We want to figure out how to grow new kidneys in humans 0 None
2004-06-22 £4 million of funding into pharmacogenetics 0 None
2004-06-22 50 years of smoking research by Professor Richard Doll 0 None
2004-06-22 Dogs may predict epileptic seizures in children 0 None
2004-06-22 Clubbers who have taken illegal drugs could be in serious danger when driving 0 None
2004-06-21 New insights into a mysterious type of amnesia 0 None
2004-06-21 Virtual reality appears to dramatically change how the brain physically registers pain 0 None
2004-06-21 Young and old still at risk scalds and burns 0 None
2004-06-21 Antarctic worms may hold the key to future storage of organ transplants 0 None
2004-06-21 40 percent of African-American nursing home residents living in low-tier facilities 0 None
2004-06-21 UK pharmacogenetics research - how genetic makeup can affect response to different drugs 0 None
2004-06-21 Promising new method for the assessment of ischemic heart disease 0 None
2004-06-21 Biocompatibility of interactions that occur between implanted biomaterials and the host living tissue 0 None
2004-06-17 Stimulation or drugs that target the pro-opiomelanocortin system will be effective in treating diabetes or obesity 0 None
2004-06-17 Effects of Zen meditation and how the brain functions during meditative states 0 None
2004-06-17 Ethnic minority doctors disadvantaged throughout their careers 0 None
2004-06-17 Harmless virus known as GBV-C slows the progression of HIV 0 None
2004-06-17 New findings may help better understand how harmless viruses can cause severe disease among patients with weakened immune systems 0 None
2004-06-17 £11.5m for new structural proteomics research 0 None
2004-06-17 Low back pain research using surface electromyography (SEMG) technology 0 None
2004-06-17 Australian researchers awarded funding for new HIV vaccines 0 None
2004-06-17 Virtual reality helps people with stroke regain use of their upper limbs 0 None
2004-06-17 Fragranced candles can have valuable and effective bactericidal properties 0 None
2004-06-17 Emergence of MRSA bacteria that are increasingly resistant to vancomycin 0 3
2004-06-17 $2 million to advance medical research in Australia 0 None
2004-06-16 New clues into the mystery of the brain’s ultra-complicated cells known as neurons 0 5
2004-06-16 Statement on the legislation to double the funding for Alzheimer’s research 0 None
2004-06-16 Potential new strategy for blocking tumor growth 0 None
2004-06-16 74 percent of Americans support call for the Bush White House to lift restrictions on stem cell research 0 None
2004-06-15 SUVs pose greater injury risk to pedestrians 0 None
2004-06-15 Drug combination reduces cocaine use 0 None
2004-06-15 Nordic networks to explore Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, stroke, migraine, epilepsy, cancer and autoimmune and metabolic disorders 0 None
2004-06-15 Link between adult leg length and coronary heart disease in women 0 None
2004-06-15 Significant vaccine advance for Parkinson’s disease therapy 0 None
2004-06-14 New target for control of early-stage asthma 0 None
2004-06-14 Being bilingual helps keep the brain sharper with age 0 None
2004-06-14 Researchers have recreated the ability of mammalian cells to self-organize 0 None
2004-06-14 Research looks at why people gamble 0 2
2004-06-14 Possible therapeutic approach to lowering LDL cholesterol and homocysteine levels 0 None
2004-06-12 New insights into the way the brain blends and balances information from different senses 0 None
2004-06-11 As Britain’s population gets older, research into ageing is becoming increasingly important 0 None
2004-06-11 Stigma attached to lung cancer can have serious consequences on people's lives 0 None
2004-06-10 Blood test that can detect amplification of a certain gene found in cells associated with breast cancer 1 None
2004-06-10 Conflicting views on embryonic and adult stem cells complicate research in stem cell therapeutics 0 None
2004-06-10 Exercise and fish oil supplement dramatically decreases risk of atherosclerosis 0 5
2004-06-10 Howard Hughes researchers find Alzheimer's may leave some forms of memory intact 0 None
2004-06-09 Genetic signature associated with the aging human brain 1 None
2004-06-09 £20 million funding for stem cell research in the UK 0 None
2004-06-09 Foundation for poor heart health laid early in life 0 None
2004-06-09 Breakthrough could help protect against the use of smallpox by terrorists 0 None
2004-06-09 Researchers win Kaye prize for gastro-retentive sustained release drug delivery system 0 None
2004-06-07 Discovery may help those susceptible to deep-vein thrombosis, strokes and recurrent miscarriages 0 None
2004-06-07 A £5m investment in mental health research will help to improve services for patients 0 None
2004-06-07 Traumatic bone breaks can lead to post-traumatic stress disorder 0 None
2004-06-07 Research may help treat muscular dystrophies and other muscle diseases caused by glycosylation defects 0 None
2004-06-05 High school student makes significant contribution to breast cancer research 0 None
2004-06-05 New way to identify cell growth 0 None
2004-06-05 Neuroscientists have overcome a major obstacle in gene therapy research 0 None
2004-06-05 Research seeks best mix of hope and care for leukaemia sufferers 0 None
2004-06-05 Smokers who quit before the age of 35 have a reasonable chance to regain their health 0 None
2004-06-05 Diabetics could be up to three times more likely to get bowel cancer 0 None
2004-06-05 People with diabetes could be up to three times more likely to get bowel cancer 0 None
2004-06-03 Adrenaline packs a powerful punch in the use of antidepressants 0 None
2004-06-03 Trial to beat cholesterol with soy and dairy combo 0 None
2004-06-02 Reliability of medical research in Britain today questioned by the general public 0 None
2004-06-02 Treating post-traumatic stress disorder 0 None
2004-06-02 Bone marrow stem cells exposed to damaged liver tissue quickly convert into healthy liver cells 0 None
2004-06-02 Suprising discovery in the retinas of colorblind people may help understanding of a number of eye disorders 0 None
2004-06-02 Researchers to investigate link between diabetes and exercise 0 None
2004-06-02 Understanding focal adhesion kinase (FAK) may lead to new cancer treatments 0 None
2004-06-02 Improving blood pressure control of people 80 years and older 0 None
2004-06-02 Research may help to reduce infection and multiple organ failure after injury 0 1
2004-06-02 Research laboratory at the forefront of the science of metabolomics 0 None
2004-06-02 Students win awards for research into liver disease, cancer and insomnia 0 None
2004-06-02 New therapy to send cancer-killing drugs directly to tumours 0 None
2004-06-01 Australian researchers to help people overcome their phobias 0 None
2004-06-01 Gene linked to alcoholism 0 5
2004-06-01 Microbes in your gut could be cause of allergies 0 None
2004-06-01 Tobacco use and obesity more common among less educated and lowest income Americans 0 None
2004-06-01 Daily reduction in the flexibility of blood vessels maybe why heart attacks occur in the early morning 0 None
2004-06-01 Where you live may increase risk factors for asthma 0 None
2004-06-01 New research institute will tackle health inequalities 0 None
2004-06-01 How we pass our genes to our children 0 None
2004-06-01 Yo-yo dieting may have a lasting negative impact on immune function 0 None
2004-06-01 Novel molecular targeting technologies to deliver gene-silencing therapy 0 None
2004-06-01 New research on driver fatigue 0 None
2004-05-28 Four critical components of cells' protein-building machine don't do what scientists had long assumed 0 None
2004-05-28 Discovery that body temperature has a vital role in the onset of sleep 0 None
2004-05-27 More than half of Quebecers over 65 have no teeth 0 None
2004-05-27 Randomness in gene expression to lead to differences in people that are genetically identical 0 None
2004-05-27 Researchers identify molecules that underlie nerve fiber degeneration in multiple sclerosis patients 0 None
2004-05-27 New target of a cancer-causing gene 0 None
2004-05-27 Antibiotics could be the cause of many allergies 1 5
2004-05-27 ₤16.5 million investment in stem cell research 0 5
2004-05-27 International adult stem cell 'retraining' project starts in Birmingham 0 None
2004-05-27 Alcoholism tends to run in families, suggesting that addiction may be related to genetics 0 None
2004-05-27 Research tests the efficacy of a smallpox vaccine candidate known as LC16m8 0 None
2004-05-27 Evidence that abnormally short telomeres play a role in the early development of cancer 0 None
2004-05-26 Research may lead to elimination of surface-induced thrombus formation 0 None
2004-05-26 Funding worth $1 million for depression-related research 0 None
2004-05-26 Discovery of gene linked to alcohol dependency 0 None
2004-05-25 Research into flipping genes therapy by Leeds University 0 None
2004-05-25 3 or 4 glasses of wine a week can kill cancer cells 0 None
2004-05-25 MDA researchers find creatine helps in Duchenne dystrophy 0 None
2004-05-25 Bacteria found in the mouth can block the HIV virus 0 None
2004-05-24 Antioxidant compound found in green tea leaves does not clear established plaque 0 None
2004-05-24 Researchers have identified the first gene linked to the productivity of the stem cells that produce sperm in mammals 0 None
2004-05-24 Researchers have isolated a protein receptor in chickens responsible for transferring antibodies from mother to offspring 0 None
2004-05-24 Some people more at risk of obesity due to genetic makeup 0 None
2004-05-24 Research shows that treatment with nitric oxide after storage may dramatically improve the viability of transplanted livers 0 None
2004-05-24 Damage to the left half side of brain may make a right-handed person more susceptible to infection 0 None
2004-05-23 Researchers have identified the first gene linked to the productivity of the stem cells that produce sperm in mammals 0 None
2004-05-23 Researchers have developed technology to precisely measure the sensitivity of nerve fibers that wire up the brain during development 0 None
2004-05-21 New treatment for dry eye syndrome (keratoconjunctivitis sicca) 0 2.8
2004-05-20 Protein that appears to play a key role in Alzheimer's disease 0 None
2004-05-20 Researchers to study link between diabetes and early dementia 0 None
2004-05-20 Cell division can be halted in multiple ways, with implications for cancer 0 None
2004-05-20 A genetic variant (MTHFR C677T) puts half the population at increased risk of neural tube defects 1 None
2004-05-19 Caffeinated beverages may benefit some people who are at high-risk for liver disease 0 None
2004-05-19 Brain can make errors in reassembling the color and motion of objects 0 None
2004-05-19 Inexpensive, simple urine test that could identify impending kidney failure 0 None
2004-05-19 Closer to understanding the function of a protein linked to an inherited form of the movement disorder dystonia 0 None
2004-05-19 Music teachers routinely exposed to noise levels could suffer hearing loss 0 None
2004-05-19 Blood pressure control of people 80 years and older, especially women, must be made a national priority 0 None
2004-05-19 50 new scientists sought after in the field of biomedical research 0 None
2004-05-19 Inactivating a protective molecule may help chemotherapy for leukemia but harm bone marrow 0 None
2004-05-18 Manipulation of the body’s own natural killer cells to destroy cells containing the HIV virus 0 None
2004-05-17 $1.4 million to investigate how strokes and other events that cut off blood flow to the brain disrupt the blood-brain barrier 0 None
2004-05-17 Research into sleeping disorder drug may help multiple sclerosis patients 0 None
2004-05-17 Discovery of the gene for Cornelia de Lange syndrome 0 None
2004-05-15 Researchers make it possible to visualize memories 0 None
2004-05-15 Genetically engineered viruses may create new class of cancer therapies 0 None
2004-05-15 Cancer-causing gene identified that may play a key role in the development of leukemia and other cancers 0 None
2004-05-15 Particles in the air we breathe may pose genetic risks to humans 0 None
2004-05-15 Vitamin discovery offers clues for cancer chemotherapy 0 None
2004-05-14 Australian researchers identify potential target to fight tumours 0 None
2004-05-14 Technique to visualize changes in nerve connections when flies learn may help to understand how memories form 0 None
2004-05-14 New Center for International Blood and Marrow Transplant Research 0 None
2004-05-14 More evidence is required to associate cannabis use with negative psychosocial effects 0 None
2004-05-14 New research program to focus on human beta cell regeneration and its potential role to cure type-1 diabetes 0 None
2004-05-14 Researchers identify new genes that control the formation of cilia found throughout the human body 0 None
2004-05-14 Nonalcoholic beer impart cardiovascular benefits without the negative effects of alcohol 0 None
2004-05-14 Mechanism that prevents kidney damage in the early stages of diabetes associated with obesity 0 None
2004-05-14 Low fat/high carbohydrate diets may not be bad for the heart 0 None
2004-05-13 Publication of epilepsy research 0 None
2004-05-12 Nanobodies herald a new era in cancer therapy 0 5
2004-05-12 Health care and cultural differences at centre of Australian study 0 None
2004-05-12 Australian researchers are working on a vaccine to prevent rheumatic fever and rheumatic heart disease 0 None
2004-05-11 Small, frequent doses of caffeine best strategy for staying awake 0 None
2004-05-11 New research center created by leading blood and marrow transplant organizations 0 None
2004-05-11 Critical link found between inflammation, heart disease and stroke 0 None
2004-05-11 Researchers receive almost £1 million in funding for Irritable Bowel Syndrome 0 None
2004-05-11 Fat fighting undermined by over active eating pacemaker 0 None
2004-05-11 Magnetic brain therapy may help spinal cord damage 0 None
2004-05-10 Indicators identify shingles patients who have an increased risk of developing persistent pain 0 None
2004-05-10 Computers can't compete with humans in the ability to recognize patterns or images 0 None
2004-05-10 Research finds feeding ewes well impacts on future generations 0 None
2004-05-10 Bone marrow and stem cell transplantation rejection averted by UV light exposure 0 None
2004-05-10 Fresh cherries may help people who suffer from the pain of gout or other forms of arthritic inflammation 0 None
2004-05-10 New chink in the cellular armor of tuberculosis (TB) and leprosy 0 4
2004-05-07 Belarus to collaborate with GenoMed on West Nile virus encephalitis 0 None
2004-05-06 Brain damage at birth can be reversed 6 5
2004-05-06 Researchers find an entirely new way by which cells can become cancerous 0 None
2004-05-06 Research uncovers critical pieces of human genome 0 None
2004-05-06 Neurobiologists pinpoint region of the brain responsible for storing distant memories 0 None
2004-05-06 A second-generation targetted antibody for potential cancer therapy 0 None
2004-05-06 Vaccines show link between periodontal and heart disease 0 None
2004-05-06 Love may cause changes in men and women's testosterone levels 0 None
2004-05-06 Genetic flaw that may put some people at far greater risk of heart attacks 0 None
2004-05-05 Researchers investigate ways to detect intentional contamination of the nation's food supply 0 None
2004-05-05 Care that combines medication and psychotherapy can reduce alcohol abuse by trauma survivors 0 None
2004-05-05 SPECT imaging may lead to early diagnosis of Alzheimer's 0 None
2004-05-05 New insight into the function of RNA helicases 0 None
2004-05-05 New Canadian Fat Lab 0 None
2004-05-04 Discovery of molecular switch could lead to new treatments for lymphoma and other forms of cancer 0 None
2004-05-04 South Asian breast cancer patients may have higher rates of mastectomy compared with non-Asians 0 None
2004-05-04 Australian researchers at forefront of battle against obesity 0 None
2004-05-03 Human brain makes much more extensive use of highly complex statistics when learning a language than scientists ever realized 0 None
2004-05-03 New Zealand research will explore experiences of families coping with death 0 None
2004-05-03 Fabrication of microscopic polymeric structures on top of a human hair 0 None
2004-05-03 Researchers show link between periodontal and heart disease 0 2
2004-05-02 Rates of hepatitis A higher in an El Niño year 0 None
2004-05-01 New research could reduce risk of strokes in younger people 0 3
2004-05-01 Adult height loss could suggest future osteoporosis problems 1 None
2004-04-30 Researchers to improve the quality of life for stroke survivors 0 None
2004-04-30 Researchers discover gene responsible for neonatal diabetes 0 None
2004-04-29 Researchers helping people overcome their fears 0 None
2004-04-29 Australian research helps to better understand asthma, hayfever, eczema and associated allergies 0 None
2004-04-29 Research shows how women with violent partners are at an increased risk of HIV-1 infection 0 None
2004-04-29 Increased blood levels of a heart cell “stress” protein called ST2 were linked to a higher risk of death 0 None
2004-04-29 Time bomb in heart leads to heart failure in some congenital heart disease patients 0 None
2004-04-29 Researchers find mucus plays key role in cancer 0 3
2004-04-29 Mutation of a gene involved in non-small cell lung cancer linked to drug effectiveness 0 None
2004-04-29 Latest research on obesity, diabetes, hormone replacement therapy to be presented 0 None
2004-04-29 Exercise plays a role in preventing some cancers 0 None
2004-04-29 CDC commits $30 million to innovative public health research 0 None
2004-04-29 Nasal fungi in newborn babies sheds light on eosinophilic chronic sinusitis 0 None
2004-04-29 Research sheds new light on muscular dystrophy 0 None
2004-04-29 Lou Gehrig’s disease gene discovered 0 4.5
2004-04-28 Exercise provides therapeutic benefits, such as easing fatigue during radiation treatments 0 None
2004-04-28 How flexing of blood vessels during a heartbeat might contribute to heart disease 0 None
2004-04-28 Greater severity of depressive symptoms correlates with increased risk of stroke among whites 0 None
2004-04-28 Researchers are pioneering regenerative medicine techniques that could help millions of Americans heal faster after dental surgeries 0 None
2004-04-28 People with uncontrolled epilepsy have low levels of a certain fatty acid 1 None
2004-04-28 Researchers have discovered the cause of one form of retinitis pigmentosa, a type of genetically inherited blindness 1 None
2004-04-28 Carbohydrate-binding proteins are becoming extremely useful in curing various illnesses 0 None
2004-04-28 Prana Biotechnology gets US$20 million funding for Alzheimer’s treatment research 0 None
2004-04-28 Northern Ireland scientists target bowel cancer treatment 0 None
2004-04-27 Researchers show that language “center” of brain shifts with age 0 None
2004-04-27 $11 million for lung injury research 0 None
2004-04-27 Antibiotics could be preventing thousands of deaths a year in intensive care units worldwide 0 3.4
2004-04-27 BioTime awarded a research grant for blood plasma volume expander 0 None
2004-04-26 UK scientists have discovered cancer cells life and death scenario following anti-cancer treatment 0 None
2004-04-26 A booster dose of a substance already found in the body appears to be safe and non-toxic for the treatment of pancreatic cancer 0 None
2004-04-26 UK vital ageing research 0 None
2004-04-26 Students to study compounds shown to prevent cancer drug resistance and studying tomato genes and proteins 0 None
2004-04-26 Research yields new epilepsy guidelines 0 None
2004-04-25 Discovery shows how single genetic mutation can cause complex disorders 0 None
2004-04-24 The donor heart pool could be expanded by including undersized hearts 0 None
2004-04-24 Spice turmeric corrects the cystic fibrosis defect 0 None
2004-04-23 Protein may help prevent autoimmune conditions like diabetes, lupus, arthritis and multiple sclerosis 0 None
2004-04-23 Researchers make millions upon millions of drug-like peptides quickly and efficiently 0 None
2004-04-23 Nitric oxide, a chemical messenger involved in bodily functions shuts down a protein involved in Parkinson's disease 0 5
2004-04-23 Stem Cell Institute will call on expertise from around University to turn research into therapy 0 None
2004-04-22 Research into link between oceans and human health 0 None
2004-04-22 Marker predicts patients who are seven times more likely to die after suffering a heart attack 0 None
2004-04-22 Clemson launches DNA learning center 0 None
2004-04-22 New techniques to search the yeast genome for genes that help keep copied chromosomes together 0 None
2004-04-22 Watch out Skippy, the meat of Australia's bush kangaroo may be the highest known source of the healthy fat CLA 0 None
2004-04-22 Fish oil reduces heart attack and blood vessel disease 0 None
2004-04-22 New Data Show Behavioral Education Program Helps Patients Treated with Antipsychotic Medications Reduce Weight and Improve Overall Wellness 0 None
2004-04-21 No relationship between HIV and oral polio vaccine 0 None
2004-04-21 Scientist discovers why skin turns leathery 0 4
2004-04-21 A promising new therapy for rheumatoid arthritis 0 None
2004-04-20 Scientists have discovered an exciting new target in the fight to stop the spread of cancer cells 0 None
2004-04-20 Australian university is seeking stressed out adults for research 0 None
2004-04-20 Protein on the centrosome key to new strategies for stopping cancer growth 0 None
2004-04-20 Possible breakthrough in AIDS and cancer research 0 None
2004-04-20 Macular degeneration cause of blindness in older people 0 None
2004-04-20 Cognitive Neuroscientists Reveal Creative Brain Processes 0 None
2004-04-20 Researchers have discovered a genetic mutation associated with an inherited form of motor neuron disease 0 None
2004-04-20 Link between iron regulation and the immune system 0 None
2004-04-20 New research findings about T-cell transport shed light on immune system 0 None
2004-04-20 New developments in the treatment of pancreatic cancer 0 None
2004-04-20 Researchers helping people to overcome their fears 0 None
2004-04-19 Strict dieting can dramatically reduce the risk of heart disease 0 None
2004-04-19 Poultry litter harbors agents that generate antibiotic multi-resistance 0 None
2004-04-19 Jefferson scientists learn how HIV causes dementia 0 None
2004-04-19 Brain cells can improve their ability when working together 0 None
2004-04-19 Two recent innovations look set to revolutionize biomedical treatment. 0 None
2004-04-19 New information about how the brain processes information about an object's brightness 0 None
2004-04-19 New evidence that brain circuits involved in drug addiction are also activated by the desire for food 0 None
2004-04-19 Repeated pregnancies may increase cardiovascular disease 0 None
2004-04-19 Do you see what I see? 0 None
2004-04-19 Lack of evidence of sexual transmission of Hepatitis C among monogamous couples 0 None
2004-04-18 Brain folding could be an indication of how smart a person is 0 None
2004-04-18 Identification of first protein biomarkers to help patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis 0 None
2004-04-18 Researchers find drug that may suppress genetic mutation using a novel screening approach 0 None
2004-04-18 Gene discovery could improve anemia treatment in patients 0 None
2004-04-18 New method that will revolutionize the search for genes 0 None
2004-04-17 Second-hand smoke scars and affects healing 0 None
2004-04-16 Genetic connection between humans, mice and dogs 0 None
2004-04-16 New information on genetic shuffling before egg or sperm formation rewrites genetic theory 0 5
2004-04-16 Lack of exercise causes physical and psychological setbacks 0 4
2004-04-16 Stem cell personal space determines their future 0 None
2004-04-16 New centre for AIDS research opens in Southampton UK 0 None
2004-04-16 Extensive gene traffic, the process of genes leaving and arriving on the chromosome 0 None
2004-04-16 Certain prostate cancer cell lines are unable to repair DNA damage caused by "free radicals" 0 None
2004-04-16 New insights into how tumors neutralize CD8 T cells 0 None
2004-04-15 Diabetic eye disease on the rise 0 None
2004-04-14 Hugs and kisses halve risk of heart attack 0 None
2004-04-14 Muscle stem cells morph to resemble nerve cells 0 None
2004-04-14 Ground-breaking discoveries relating to the formation of kidney stones 0 None
2004-04-14 Vast majority of college smokers don't quit 0 None
2004-04-14 Extra funding aids brain research 0 None
2004-04-13 Researchers examine community-based drinkers rather than abstinent alcoholics 0 None
2004-04-13 Growth hormones combat Crohn’s disease, cardiac disorders and improve fertility in invitro fertilisation 0 None
2004-04-13 Researchers have developed a new method for finding antigens 0 None
2004-04-12 New research into World Trade Center firefighter respiratory symptoms 0 None
2004-04-12 Both sides of brain working together are key to math giftedness 0 None
2004-04-12 Vitamin E appears to cut in half people's risk of bladder cancer 0 None
2004-04-12 Surprises found In gene variation associated with schizophrenia 0 None
2004-04-09 DNA free radical damage research 0 None
2004-04-08 Cell research to eventually develop new treatments for cancer and disorders such as Parkinson’s and Huntington’s disease 0 None
2004-04-07 Genetic trick makes gene therapy vectors more versatile 0 None
2004-04-07 New research findings in study of Rett Syndrome 0 None
2004-04-07 International obesity experts form a team to review and evaluate obesity 0 None
2004-04-06 New method to induce embryonic stem cells to develop into bone marrow and blood cells 0 None
2004-04-06 Hormone associated with obesity also plays a key role in male fertility 0 None
2004-04-06 Genetic cause of cancer identified as a defect in the function of otherwise normal genes 0 None
2004-04-06 £1.5 million of Executive funding for pioneering research into patient experiences at the University of Stirling’s new Cancer Care Research Centre 0 None
2004-04-06 Researchers are helping car manufacturers come up with the best ‘audible icons’ to convey alerts 0 None
2004-04-05 Research shows giving Tourette Syndrome patients the drug levodopa normalizes brain activity 0 None
2004-04-05 Common cholinesterase inhibitor eases behavioral symptoms like agitation, depression, and psychosis in patients 0 None
2004-04-05 Missed opportunities for addressing HIV testing remain unacceptably high 0 None
2004-04-05 Professor Michael Banner to head ESRC Genomics Research Forum 0 None
2004-04-04 Yohimbe Tree Bark Hold Promise for Revolutionizing Treatment of Anxiety Disorders 0 5
2004-04-04 MIT scientists are reporting new insights into how the human brain recognizes objects 0 None
2004-04-04 Dangers of ‘hidden ingredients’ in breakfast cereals 1 2.3
2004-04-01 Compounds that may stop replication of T-cell leukemia virus 0 5
2004-04-01 Lab discovers way to keep short-lived catalysts active for longer than five months 0 None
2004-04-01 Gene of immune system linked to severe adverse drug reaction called Stevens-Johnson syndrome (SJS) 1 5
2004-04-01 Whites and African-American pain thresholds most likely the same 0 None
2004-04-01 Research shows no association between whooping cough vaccine and asthma 0 None
2004-04-01 T-cells in lupus patients avoid apoptosis and are stimulated to produce antibodies against the patients own DNA 0 None
2004-03-31 Sheffield University pioneers osteoporosis research 0 1
2004-03-31 Oxford Biomedica to win Department of Health gene funding 0 None
2004-03-31 How rat's genetic blueprint stacks up against those of mice and humans 0 None
2004-03-31 Scientists seek cause for what makes good cell go bad 0 None
2004-03-31 Research team has found a new way to streamline gene isolation to determine their functions 0 None
2004-03-31 Heart disease can be reduced substantially by regularly treating existing gum infections 0 None
2004-03-30 Discovery of gender difference in cartilage cells may help spinal disc repair 0 None
2004-03-30 Natural compound in snake venom for treatment of malignant tumours 0 None
2004-03-30 New research suggest that steroid treatment for osteoarthritis knee suffers may not progress disease as previously thought 0 1.5
2004-03-30 Removal of thyroid glands may be unnecessary for most patients 0 None
2004-03-30 Scientists find parallels between human speech and bird song which gives clues to human speech disorders. 0 None
2004-03-30 Zebrafish show effects of ionizing and UV radiation differ during embryo development 0 None
2004-03-30 Discovery of novel gene profile that may identify colon stem cells 0 None
2004-03-30 £1.6m for research into a possible cure for muscular dystrophy 0 None
2004-03-30 Human Genome Sciences can begin cardiovascular disease research 0 None
2004-03-30 Extraction of RNA from Archived Formalin-Fixed, Paraffin-Embedded Tissue 0 None
2004-03-30 New storage method amplifies cells available for science 0 None
2004-03-30 Alzheimer’s Association asks for $40 million in additional funding 0 None
2004-03-30 75% of young Britains still ignoring skin cancer warnings 0 None
2004-03-29 Cancer research boosted in Queensland Australia 0 None
2004-03-29 Air pollution effects Cystic Fibrosis Sufferers 0 5
2004-03-29 New research to predict patient response to cancer chemotherapies 0 None
2004-03-29 New Zealand researcher awarded largest renal failure grant ever 0 None
2004-03-29 Protein Hydrogels Can be Genetically Engineered to Promote 0 None
2004-03-29 Tadpole research may help fight tumours 0 None
2004-03-29 Researchers tap modified plant viruses to ward off cervical cancer-causing infections 0 None
2004-03-29 Listening to music can ease osteoarthritis pain 0 None
2004-03-29 36 million Americans have inadequate health care 1 4.5
2004-03-29 Comparative genomics to cast new light on other spirochete microbes 0 None
2004-03-29 Simple blood tests which could predict the severity of osteoarthritis 0 None
2004-03-29 Program to help health-carers reduce hospital falls by up to 30% 0 None
2004-03-28 Halting the development of certain pancreatic, ovarian, colon and lung cancers may be possible with new therapy 0 None
2004-03-28 A simple dietary supplement may also help to prevent strokes 0 None
2004-03-27 Haemophilia Society President presents Hepatitis C (HCV) Facts to UK Government 0 None
2004-03-27 £35m needed to boost M.E./Chronic Fatigue Syndrome research 0 None
2004-03-26 Researchers have successfully grafted human breast tissue into the mammary glands of mice 0 None
2004-03-26 p53 protein peptide stops cancer in its tracks 0 5
2004-03-26 A common antibiotic used to treat arthritis and acne shows promise for limiting the severity of spinal cord and brain injuries 0 None
2004-03-26 Oral medication for diabetes a step closer 0 None
2004-03-26 Supercomputer used to determine structures and functions of proteins 0 None
2004-03-25 Researchers turn off individual human genes to study their function 0 None
2004-03-25 Stenting for Stroke Prevention is More Effective Than Surgery in Keeping Blood Vessels Open 0 None
2004-03-25 New Research Information on Tumor Necrosis Therapy 0 None
2004-03-25 Discovery of new gene sheds light on human brain development 0 None
2004-03-25 Breakthrough studies that could lead to a new means of combating malaria 0 None
2004-03-25 Scientists have taken a significant leap forward in understanding the complex ways that molecules work together in cells. 0 None
2004-03-25 Brain signals could act as remote controls 0 None
2004-03-24 Alcohol boosts the pleasurable effects of nicotine 0 None
2004-03-23 Bone marrow stem cells do not help regenerate heart muscle tissue, UW study finds, contradicting earlier study 0 None
2004-03-23 New Australian Research into Autism and Asperger's Disorder 0 None
2004-03-23 Oregon Stem Cell Center Hunt for Human Disease Therapies 0 None
2004-03-22 Stem cell research that could help diabetics 0 3
2004-03-22 Research suggests protein released from lungs could initiate labour 0 None
2004-03-22 Risk of kidney stones increases higher if overweight 0 None
2004-03-22 Researchers discover new form of the Rett syndrome protein 0 None
2004-03-22 Chemotherapy offers new hope for pancreatic cancer patients 0 4
2004-03-22 Breast feeding increases choline which means more brain cells 0 None
2004-03-22 New research may help prevent anthrax, bubonic plague and typhoid fever 1 3
2004-03-22 Research provides better understanding of lipodystrophies disorders 0 None
2004-03-22 Asian poison ivy like plant may stop prostate cancer 0 None
2004-03-22 Research suggest tea total only way to go when pregnant 0 None
2004-03-22 Research suggests the orlistat drug could be used to fight cancer and obesity 0 None
2004-03-22 Breast-feeding may lower children's blood pressure later in life 0 None
2004-03-22 Lupus Discovery May Lead To Improved Drugs 0 None
2004-03-22 New optical glucose sensor could mean help for diabetics 0 None
2004-03-22 Government, industry, and academia focus on obesity 0 None
2004-03-22 Researchers find link that could aid in treatment of kidney cyst diseases 0 None
2004-03-22 Treatment for ovarian cancer by gene targeting 0 None
2004-03-22 New treatment for heart attacks 0 None
2004-03-22 Tablet of Modafinil may improve a schizophrenics memory 0 None
2004-03-22 £76 million research centre to make the UK a global centre of excellence for clinical imaging 0 None
2004-03-22 Scientists identify blood development gene which may aid the fight against cancer and leukemia 0 None
2004-03-22 Drug Based on Brain Chemical Could End Narcolepsy and Insomnia 0 None
2004-03-22 New Theory About Alzheimer's Disease 0 5
2004-03-22 Gene Responsible for The Most Common Form of Diabetes 0 None
2004-03-22 Stem cells and female reproduction: lessons from an unexpected source 0 None
2004-03-22 Molecules That Trigger a Heartbeat 0 None


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