Archived Medical News Stories

RSSArchived Medical Research News Stories - 2005

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2005-12-29 Molecular link between high fat diets and type 2 diabetes established 0 None
2005-12-21 2 million people carry drug-resistant bacteria in their noses 0 None
2005-12-21 Aquaporin related to obesity 0 4
2005-12-21 Synthetic compound could arrest development of Alzheimer's 0 None
2005-12-19 Be happy and you'll be more successful 0 None
2005-12-15 Groundbreaking research into some of the most deadly antibiotic-resistant diseases 0 None
2005-12-15 New discovery may improve treatment of neurodegenerative diseases and type 2 diabetes 0 None
2005-12-15 How temperature influences our taste 0 4
2005-12-15 University at Buffalo researches rules for targeting RNA 0 None
2005-12-15 Gene therapy tackles hereditary spastic paraplegia 0 5
2005-12-15 Controlled delivery of peptide nanofibers for myocardial protection 0 None
2005-12-15 Stem cells provide new way to sneak drugs into brain 0 None
2005-12-15 Recommendations for artificial nutrition and hydration 0 None
2005-12-15 Important skin color gene identified 0 None
2005-12-15 New understanding of Mediterranean spotted fever 0 None
2005-12-15 Aromatase inhibitors may slow growth of lung cancer 0 None
2005-12-15 New cell findings have implications for cancer, immune disorders 0 None
2005-12-15 Long-term stress can impair short-term memory 0 None
2005-12-14 Heart drug designed for U.S. blacks a cheaper option 0 None
2005-12-14 High fibre diet gives little protection against bowel cancer 0 None
2005-12-14 Gene mapping project promises new targeted cancer therapies 0 None
2005-12-14 The glow points the way: coupled enzyme test helps in the search for the right biocatalyst 0 None
2005-12-14 Eye cell implants improve lives of Parkinson's sufferers 0 None
2005-12-14 It's all in the mind so think that pain away 0 None
2005-12-13 Fat surrounding internal thoracic artery of humans produces a factor which can relax the artery 0 None
2005-12-13 Chlamydia loves lipid droplets 0 None
2005-12-13 Surprising autism finding 0 None
2005-12-13 Adult children can be clueless regarding their parents wishes and desires later in life 0 None
2005-12-13 AMN107 drug shows promise in leukemia resistance to Gleevec 0 None
2005-12-13 Anti-Abeta42 and Anti-Abeta40–specific monoclonal antibodies attenuate amyloid deposition in an Alzheimer disease mouse model 0 None
2005-12-13 Perimenopause critical for preventing heart disease and osteoporosis 0 None
2005-12-13 Researchers learn to detect DNA mutations 0 None
2005-12-12 Germany must take action against secondhand smoke 0 None
2005-12-12 SPARC promotes heart muscle formation from stem cells 0 None
2005-12-12 Finding how water channels - aquaporins - open and close may lead to new drugs 0 5
2005-12-11 Cancer road map shows how cancer spreads 0 None
2005-12-07 Sleep apnea increases the risk of stroke four fold 0 None
2005-12-07 Cancer, genes and broccoli 0 None
2005-12-07 Effects of mobile phones on attention 0 2
2005-12-07 Novel approach to treatment of depression and anxiety 0 None
2005-12-07 Genetic testing for Parkinson disease, is there a point? 0 None
2005-12-07 Importance of telomeres in preserving genome integrity and preventing cancer development 0 None
2005-12-07 New type of sulfite reductase 0 None
2005-12-07 Risedronate prevents bone loss and periodontal disease 0 None
2005-12-07 Modified version of Atkins diet effective at controlling childhood seizures 0 None
2005-12-07 MicroRNAs greatly influence the evolution of genes 0 None
2005-12-07 Chemotherapy is a beneficial treatment women and elderly 0 None
2005-12-07 New cancer detection method 0 None
2005-12-07 Suddenly sugar isn't looking so sweet 0 None
2005-12-07 Stem cells may cause some forms of bone cancer 0 None
2005-12-07 Generation of neoantigenic epitopes after posttranslational modification of Type II collagen by factors present within the inflamed joint 0 None
2005-12-07 Transport mechanisms for serotonin 0 None
2005-12-07 Recording the formation of a memory trace 0 None
2005-12-07 Role of melatonin for the treatment of cancer increasing in improtance 0 None
2005-12-06 Cancer cell resistance to chemotherapy drugs - mechanism discovered 0 None
2005-12-06 New insights into treatment of hypertension in black Americans 0 None
2005-12-06 Intervention in immune regulation can prevent onset of type-1 diabetes 0 None
2005-12-06 Getting old? Slowing down? Blame inefficient mitochondria 0 None
2005-12-06 Analysis of the regulatory hurdles in European Diagnostics 0 None
2005-12-06 Watch your step when the going gets rough 0 None
2005-12-06 Now we know - love is the drug you can't forget! 0 None
2005-12-06 Its true - marriage can be bad for your health! 0 None
2005-12-05 If you're squinting right now stop reading this 1 None
2005-12-05 Mirror neurons in autistic children abnormal 0 None
2005-12-05 Fighting the flab? it could be that hormone! 0 None
2005-12-05 That glass of wine or two may not be so good for you! 0 None
2005-12-05 Brain memory modifies wiring during the female menstrual cycle 0 None
2005-12-05 Cerebrospinal fluid analysis combined with brain scan predicts Alzheimer's 0 None
2005-12-05 Ack1 molecule stimulates the aggressive growth of prostate cancer 0 None
2005-12-05 Fibroblast research could lead to alternatives to implanted electronic pacemakers 0 None
2005-12-05 Dialysis patients may be overmedicated 0 None
2005-12-05 Preventing muscle wasting with a leucine-rich diet 0 None
2005-12-05 Aldosterone shows promise as stroke treatment 0 5
2005-12-05 The earlier cochlear implants considered, the better 0 None
2005-12-05 LEDGF protein controls the location of HIV integration in human cells 0 None
2005-12-05 Researchers link microRNA - miR 196 - to limb development 0 None
2005-12-05 Researchers move in on novel therapeutics to inhibit melanoma 0 None
2005-12-05 Researchers detail mechanism of stroke 0 None
2005-12-05 Unexpected link between muscular dystrophy and muscle wasting associated with cancer 0 None
2005-12-02 CFH Y402H confers similar risk of soft drusen and both forms of advanced AMD 0 None
2005-12-02 Discovery of genetic mechanism that causes new arteries to grow in response to blocked arteries 0 None
2005-12-02 Findings may help in development of new anti-inflammatory compounds 0 None
2005-12-02 Disruption of normal gene interaction linked to schizophrenia 0 None
2005-12-02 Schizotypy, creativity and mating success in humans 0 None
2005-12-02 Inhibition of FLT3 signaling targets DCs to ameliorate autoimmune disease 0 None
2005-12-02 Bisphenol A (BPA) has been linked to damage in developing brain tissue 0 5
2005-12-02 Carvedilol, a cardiovascular drug, may improve heart failure and help prevent sudden death 0 None
2005-12-02 Why we put weight back on 0 None
2005-12-02 Artificial mammalian origin of replication 0 None
2005-12-02 Protein target for Parkinson's disease 0 None
2005-12-02 Cole Porter was wrong - love only lasts a year! 0 None
2005-12-02 Marijuana damages teenage brains 0 None
2005-12-02 Elderly as much at risk with old mental health drugs as new ones 0 None
2005-12-02 More men pay for sex in the UK 0 None
2005-11-30 Swedish researchers knock out anthrax bacterium 0 None
2005-11-30 Researchers identify a gene affecting blood pressure 0 None
2005-11-30 New technique reveals brain function 0 None
2005-11-30 Bacterial DNA and IVF contamination risk on New Scientist 0 None
2005-11-30 Evolution explains age of puberty 0 None
2005-11-30 Non-fat milk products can reduce the risk of hypertension by 50% 0 None
2005-11-30 University of Nottingham academic awarded prestigious professorship for research into lung disease 0 None
2005-11-30 Perk up that memory with some caffeine 0 4
2005-11-30 Difficult decisions ahead over Herceptin breast cancer drug 0 None
2005-11-28 Neural measures reveal individual differences in controlling access to working memory 0 None
2005-11-28 Exercise in moderation best for the brain 0 None
2005-11-28 Eat your way to a better brain for your baby 0 None
2005-11-28 Master switch for blood cell development detected 0 None
2005-11-28 Patient-specific stem cell lines - now a real possibility 0 None
2005-11-28 Chemical found in plants helps prevent lung cancer 0 None
2005-11-28 Cranberry flavoured toothpaste may help stop decay 1 None
2005-11-28 Zinc supplements shown to be good for children with HIV 0 None
2005-11-28 People with mild symptoms of depression pay more attention to their social environment 0 None
2005-11-28 Smoking cessation in cancer patients 0 None
2005-11-28 MRI to detect magnetic probes of tiny iron oxide particles successfully tracks implanted cells in cancer patients 0 None
2005-11-28 Enhancement of vaccine-mediated antitumor immunity in cancer patients after depletion of regulatory T cells 0 None
2005-11-28 Spear Therapeutics raise $8.5 Million to fund cancer drug development 0 None
2005-11-28 GRK5's role in restenosis 0 None
2005-11-28 GRK2 protein - potential drug target for heart failure 0 5
2005-11-28 Fullerenes can help fend off damage to normal tissue from radiation 0 None
2005-11-28 Coaxing human embryonic stem cells to make dopamine 0 None
2005-11-28 Darbepoietin alpha may provide cardiac protection 24 hours after heart attack 0 None
2005-11-28 Potential new treatment for pancreatic cancer 0 None
2005-11-26 African-Americans fare better in the short term following coronary interventions 0 None
2005-11-26 Methylphenidate may be effective in treating autism 0 None
2005-11-26 Risk of cervical and other cancers after treatment of cervical intraepithelial neoplasia 0 None
2005-11-26 Zinc supplements safe for chidren with HIV 0 None
2005-11-26 Researchers gain detailed view yet of the heart of the translocon 0 None
2005-11-26 Potential drug target for malaria 0 None
2005-11-26 Two novel drugs kill breast cancer tumor cells 0 None
2005-11-26 New door opens for anti-aging research in humans 0 None
2005-11-26 New and promising antibody profiling technique to test for non-small cell lung cancer cases 0 None
2005-11-26 Thrombospondin (TSP-1) can cause kidney failure when normal blood flow is disrupted 0 None
2005-11-26 Tuberculosis research 0 None
2005-11-26 Cranberry juice protects teeth against cavities 0 None
2005-11-26 Ecotherapy: restoring health through contact with nature 0 None
2005-11-26 Researchers identify genes affected by Methotrexate (MTX) 0 None
2005-11-26 High blood pressure research advances efforts to tailor drugs to individual patients 0 None
2005-11-26 Fear gene discovered 0 None
2005-11-26 "Get With The Guidelines" programs improve care 0 None
2005-11-26 Chinese research often fails to reach world scientific community 0 None
2005-11-24 Stress shown to raise bad cholesterol levels 0 None
2005-11-24 Unless it's useful, ignore it and your memory will benefit 0 None
2005-11-22 Highly educated more at risk of Parkinson's disease 0 None
2005-11-21 Changes in our early sensory experiences resulting from disease or environmental factors may shape our sensory perceptions 0 None
2005-11-21 Carbonic anhydrase and CO2 sensing during Cryptococcus neoformans growth, differentiation, and virulence 0 None
2005-11-21 Accurate and rapid method of diagnosing bacterial meningitis 0 None
2005-11-21 Heart patients, do you tell your doctor you're using alternative medicines? 0 None
2005-11-21 Critical role of p53 gene 0 None
2005-11-21 Significant association between gingivitis and preterm birth 0 None
2005-11-21 Newly identified protein may help improve treatment for lung cancer 0 None
2005-11-21 Acoustics experts say medical sound pollution is widely recognized, rarely addressed 0 None
2005-11-21 Music training may change the brain 0 None
2005-11-21 UK's poor dietary habits are costing its health service an annual £6 billion 0 None
2005-11-21 When Mum's stressed at work kids feel it too 0 None
2005-11-20 Women more sensitive to chronic stress than men 0 2
2005-11-20 Persistent amyloidosis following suppression of Ab production in a transgenic model of Alzheimer disease 0 None
2005-11-20 Sweets may decrease the production of the stress-related hormone glucocorticoid 0 None
2005-11-20 Sperm stem cells research provides exciting findings 0 None
2005-11-20 Drug pravastatin may provide a previously unknown cardiovascular benefit 0 None
2005-11-20 Stem cell microenvironment reverses malignant melanoma 0 None
2005-11-20 New genes that regulate longevity 0 None
2005-11-20 Plant extract forskolin may lead to leukemia treatment 0 None
2005-11-16 Six gene variants predict heart muscle damage after cardiac surgery 0 None
2005-11-16 Visibility, visual awareness, and visual masking of simple unattended targets are confined to areas in the occipital cortex beyond human V1/V2 0 None
2005-11-16 Good neighbor relations helps prevent teen sex 0 None
2005-11-16 Animal-assisted therapy beneficial 0 None
2005-11-16 Trichostatin A may fight lupus and atherosclerosis simultaneously 0 None
2005-11-16 Biologically engineered blood vessels now an option in cardiac bypass 0 None
2005-11-16 Carvedilol may improve heart failure and help prevent sudden death 0 None
2005-11-16 Feeling stressed? reach for the sugar! 0 None
2005-11-15 Genes affect patriotism 0 None
2005-11-15 Gene therapy potential of the protein vasostatin for treatment of pancreatic cancer 0 None
2005-11-15 Link between eating and pain relief - brain stem blocks pain to protect key behaviors 0 None
2005-11-15 Better understanding of cancer cachexia 0 3
2005-11-14 FLT-1 blockers, cutting the legs of leukaemia 0 None
2005-11-14 Grandma was right all along, getting chilly can give you a cold 0 None
2005-11-14 For older people, the risks outweigh the benefits of taking sleeping pills and other sedatives 0 None
2005-11-14 Nerve-cell dendrites splice messenger RNA 0 None
2005-11-14 Olfactory epithelium plays a critical role in pheromone detection 0 None
2005-11-14 Protein discovery may have implications for treating E. coli 0157:H7 infection 0 None
2005-11-14 Bright light therapy may aid patients with depressive and bipolar disorders 0 None
2005-11-14 Australian society's obsession with looking younger is set to collide with the reality of an ageing population 0 None
2005-11-14 Discovery of novel form of regulation of the GLI1 gene 0 None
2005-11-14 Molecular origins of diabetes 0 None
2005-11-14 First step in exploring the GnRH reproduction-related circuitry in the brain 0 None
2005-11-13 People taking highly active antiretroviral therapy for HIV infection remain susceptible to tuberculosis 0 None
2005-11-13 Researchers can now identify patients likely to respond to cancer drug therapy 0 None
2005-11-13 Loneliness may be heredity 0 None
2005-11-13 University of Alberta researchers pioneer gene therapy to restore alveoli and lung capillaries in damaged rat lungs 0 None
2005-11-13 New understanding of the disease process involved in atherosclerosis 0 None
2005-11-13 How protein-enriched meals decrease hunger and reduce eating 0 None
2005-11-13 Adverts for SSRI antidepressants misleading 0 None
2005-11-13 Promising functional readouts of immunity in a blood-stage malaria vaccine trial 0 None
2005-11-13 Human umbilical cord blood cells may widen treatment window for stroke 0 None
2005-11-13 Older brains store and encode memories differently than younger brains 0 None
2005-11-13 New screening test can predict Down syndrome in first trimester 0 5
2005-11-10 Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs may prevent the development of oesophageal adenocarcinoma in patients with Barrett's oesophagus 0 None
2005-11-10 Scientists identify molecular link between body fat and blood lipids 0 None
2005-11-10 Sleep apnea sufferers have double the risk of stroke and death 0 None
2005-11-10 Cannabis drug provides relief from rheumatoid arthritis 0 5
2005-11-09 Urban Britain is a recipe for heart disease 0 None
2005-11-09 Vaccine for a type of blood cancer - follicular lymphoma 0 None
2005-11-09 On balance, seniors benefit from group exercise class 0 None
2005-11-09 With adequate vitamin D extra calcium unnecessary 0 None
2005-11-08 Aspirin and ibuprofen may significantly reduce the risk of esophageal cancer among people with Barrett's esophagus 0 None
2005-11-08 Introgen's INGN 241 combined with Celebrex kills breast cancer cells 0 None
2005-11-08 Sildenafil reverses symptoms of Raynaud's 0 5
2005-11-08 Aspirin may prevent skin cancer 0 None
2005-11-07 Statin drug reverses learning and attention deficits in a mouse model of the genetic disorder Neurofibromatosis type I 0 None
2005-11-07 Chlamydia pneumoniae may cause vision problems 0 None
2005-11-07 Change in neurons' responsiveness marks newly formed sensory associations during learning 0 None
2005-11-07 Cell fusion triggered by viruses is a possible contributing factor in the development of human cancer 0 None
2005-11-07 Specific bacterial markers for bacterial vaginosis discovered 1 None
2005-11-07 MRI helps early diagnosis of schizophrenia 0 None
2005-11-07 Lupus discovery may improve treatment 0 None
2005-11-07 Sleeping sickness parasite shows how cells divide their insides 0 None
2005-11-07 Low-calorie sweetener for diabetics 0 None
2005-11-07 Research project to advance understanding of how cancer cells evade the immune system 0 None
2005-11-07 Oestrogen helps women concentrate 0 None
2005-11-07 When it comes to heart attack risk - being pear shape is better than being apple shape 0 None
2005-11-07 Anti-aging hormone called Klotho actions explained 0 None
2005-11-07 Protein alpha-synuclein associated with causing neurodegenerative conditions may actually protects against neurodegeneration 0 None
2005-11-07 Genetics and language or genetic language? 0 None
2005-11-07 BRAF gene mutations predict sensitivity to a new class of drug 0 None
2005-11-07 Ultrasound to treat cancer 0 None
2005-11-07 Howard Hughes Medical Institute researchers have deciphered code for motor neuron wiring 0 None
2005-11-07 New understanding of sphingosine kinases called SphK1 and SphK2 0 None
2005-11-07 Tryptophan metabolites play an important role in the immune system 0 None
2005-11-03 Smokeless tobacco products are not necessarily a safe alternative to smoking 0 None
2005-11-03 MRI measurements of scar tissue accurately predict the risk of arrhythmia-related sudden death 0 None
2005-11-03 Teenages who eat regularly with their family less likely to be overweight 0 None
2005-11-03 Stem cells appear to play a role in repairing organs 0 None
2005-11-03 Interferon combined with ribavirin treatment is effective for children with chronic Hepatitis C virus 0 None
2005-11-03 Neurological and neuromuscular diseases raise risk of complications from flu 0 1
2005-11-03 Neuron finding could advance understanding of epilepsy and age-related memory loss 0 None
2005-11-03 Substance found in evening primrose oil inhibits breast cancer gene 0 4
2005-11-03 Fundamental insight about protein evolution 0 None
2005-11-03 New targeted cancer drug delivery system 0 None
2005-11-03 New method to find deadly malaria parasite 0 None
2005-11-03 Shortness of breath can be a serious cardiac symptom 0 None
2005-11-03 Targeted drug delivery now possible using nanoparticle-apatamer conjugates 0 None
2005-11-03 Nearly one-fourth of all dialysis patients have a close relative on dialysis 0 None
2005-11-03 New findings on bacterial vaginosis 0 None
2005-11-03 Colon cancer and fruit and vegetable products 0 None
2005-11-03 Combination of radiotherapy and a drug named S247 as a cure for cancer 0 None
2005-11-03 Important breakthrough in developing the drugs of the future 0 None
2005-11-03 Cancer Vaccine - Synthetically generated glycopeptides from tumor cells can stimulate the formation of specific antibodies 0 None
2005-11-03 New chemo combo means longer life for pancreatic cancer patients 0 None
2005-11-03 Feeling puffed? could be a sign of serious heart problem 0 None
2005-11-02 Fertile women most attractive to men 0 None
2005-11-01 Targeted drug delivery achieved with nanoparticle-aptamer bioconjugates 0 None
2005-11-01 Protein called CHIP helps untangle protein misfolding in brain disease 0 None
2005-11-01 Vaginal gel shown to protect female monkeys against an HIV-like virus 0 None
2005-11-01 Silent reflux may be the cause of sleep disturbances in patients with unexplained sleep disorders 0 None
2005-11-01 Researchers determine how Tsg101 gene controls cellular growth 0 None
2005-11-01 Dendritic cells tricked into action against cancer 0 None
2005-11-01 Reagent under study as cancer vaccine may also help protect tumors 0 None
2005-11-01 Role of alpha tocopherol associated protein in prostate cancer 0 None
2005-11-01 Brain has more than one pathway along which visual information can be sent 0 None
2005-11-01 EphA2 represents a promising treatment target for glioblastoma multiforme 0 None
2005-11-01 Ibuprofen and naproxen combined with aspirin increase risk of gastrointestinal complications 0 None
2005-11-01 Functional diffusion map to help predict brain tumor outcomes 0 None
2005-11-01 Mirrors to trick the brain could help people with persistent pain 0 None
2005-11-01 Molecule called metallacarborane appears to fight HIV protease 0 None
2005-11-01 Researchers aim to overcome resistance to bowel cancer screening in Scots 0 None
2005-11-01 Better understanding of T cell response 0 None
2005-11-01 Cheeks may hold the clue to lung cancer risk 0 None
2005-11-01 Botox not just for glamour, great for stroke victims too 0 None
2005-10-30 Gene fusion appears to cause prostate cancer 0 None
2005-10-30 Hormone found naturally in the body has the ability to cause limited weight loss 0 None
2005-10-30 Environment is a major factor influencing the success of the addiction recovery 0 None
2005-10-30 DCDC2 gene linked to dyslexia 0 None
2005-10-30 Novel mouse model of medulloblastoma 0 None
2005-10-30 HDLs provide human immunity to certain parasites 0 None
2005-10-30 Morphine withdrawal enhances hepatitis C virus (HCV) replicon expression 0 None
2005-10-30 Discovery of how communication between cancer cells is controlled 0 None
2005-10-30 Search for genes responsible for anxiety disorders 0 None
2005-10-30 Researchers can now more accurately predict who will develop type 1 diabetes 0 None
2005-10-30 Scientists unravel complex mechanisms in the brain that regulate body weight 0 None
2005-10-27 Lack of sex could be a signpost to extinction 0 None
2005-10-27 Scientists say there is less white matter in the frontal lobes of those who struggle with focusing 0 None
2005-10-27 New insights into how genetic mutations arise 0 None
2005-10-27 Natural blood sugar level lowering compound could lead to new drugs to treat type 2 diabetes 0 None
2005-10-27 Alien abduction may be all in the mind 0 None
2005-10-27 Possible toxic damage from inhaled nanoparticles 0 None
2005-10-27 Rate of weight gain, not the degree of fatness at any one time, which is the main predictor of future problems 0 None
2005-10-27 Bouncing helicases possibly play a preventative role in keeping the genome intact 0 None
2005-10-27 Northwestern University move closer to new therapies for neurodegenerative disease 0 None
2005-10-26 Preventing bowel cancer in high risk families 0 None
2005-10-26 Simple urine test detects bladder cancer 0 None
2005-10-26 Cancer drug may be effective for Alzheimer's 0 None
2005-10-25 Australian researchers determine structure of JAK2 kinase, huge implications for development of new cancer drugs 0 None
2005-10-25 Common anthrax sampling methods need improvement 0 None
2005-10-25 Middle-age people more likely to use complementary and alternative medicine 0 None
2005-10-25 Growth hormone illegal for off-label anti-aging use 0 None
2005-10-25 Women's sexual function improves when partners are administered Vardenafil for erectile dysfunction 0 None
2005-10-25 Gene therapy used to successfully treat heart failure 0 None
2005-10-25 Number of color-sensitive cones in the human retina differs dramatically among people 0 None
2005-10-25 Antisense molecules may hold promise in treating brain chemical problems such as Alzheimer's 0 None
2005-10-25 Early diagnosis guarantees therapeutic success in breast cancer 0 None
2005-10-25 Association of aprotinin with reduced glucose levels during CABG surgery 0 None
2005-10-25 Ginseng shown to significantly offer protection from colds 0 None
2005-10-24 Maximum longevity inherited from the father 0 None
2005-10-24 Lack of gene expression associated with ovarian cancer 0 None
2005-10-24 Fndings shed some light on the brain mechanisms involved in schizophrenia 0 None
2005-10-24 New model important step toward understanding the molecular basis of cell membrane mechanics 0 None
2005-10-24 Scientists gain better understanding of how repetitive stretching of endothelial cells that line arteries can make them healthy and resistant to vascular diseases 0 None
2005-10-24 St. John's wort plant has the capacity to inhibit expression of the HIV-1 gene 0 None
2005-10-24 NK-1 receptor antagonists very effective at reducing vomiting after surgery 0 None
2005-10-24 Blocking a signaling lipid can keep nerves from developing and may even cause neurons to die 0 None
2005-10-24 Leeches, useful tools in the treatment of cardiovascular diseases 0 None
2005-10-24 Research has important implications for autism 0 None
2005-10-24 New treatments suggest that cancer is on the run! 0 None
2005-10-23 Teens with missing part of a chromosome confirm genetic role in schizophrenia 0 None
2005-10-23 Dopamine link to psychiatric and neurological disorders 0 5
2005-10-23 Intravenous lidocaine and oral derivatives relieve pain from damage to the nervous system 0 None
2005-10-23 Nitric oxide may help sickle cell patients 0 None
2005-10-23 Scientists discover molecular structure related to cell growth and cancer 0 None
2005-10-23 Gene found only in men is altered by a chemical process, which is in turn linked to aggressive forms of melanoma 0 None
2005-10-20 Method to count the absolute number of individual protein molecules inside a living cell 0 None
2005-10-20 Deep brain stimulation can lower blood pressure 0 None
2005-10-20 Diabetes drugs may also prevent nerve degeneration caused by Alzheimer's disease 0 None
2005-10-20 Better knowledge of how the mechanism explaining alcohol addiction works 0 2
2005-10-20 Researchers discover the presence of functional ion channels in human embryonic stem cells 0 None
2005-10-20 Menin is a key player in the development of some forms of acute leukemia 0 None
2005-10-20 Researchers learn to rapidly rebuild immunity in immune-suppressed cancer patients 0 None
2005-10-20 Discovery of a new kind of messenger RNA molecule 0 None
2005-10-20 Spliceosome crucial for processing non-coding RNA 0 None
2005-10-20 Molecule P-glycoprotein (Pgp), may help reduce risk of Alzheimer's 0 None
2005-10-20 Alzheimer disease and the blood brain barrier 0 None
2005-10-20 Identification of a factor in human milk that can block HIV-1 transmission 0 None
2005-10-20 Retiring early is not linked to longer life 0 None
2005-10-20 U.S. health inequalities cause 84,000 extra deaths every year 0 None
2005-10-20 26% of HIV-infected individuals reported that they felt discriminated against by physicians 0 None
2005-10-20 Screening test would give hope to childless couples 0 None
2005-10-19 Research reveals possible mechanisms for the treatment of cocaine addiction 0 None
2005-10-19 Identification of a single chromosome region linked to specific language impairment 0 None
2005-10-19 A DNA-based vaccine could be a potent weapon against bird flu 0 None
2005-10-19 South Korea opens controversial international stem cell bank 0 None
2005-10-19 Fertility treatment most successful in summer 0 None
2005-10-19 Surgery to treat obesity far more risky for men 0 None
2005-10-18 Yeast cells help show how GSAO (glutathionarsenoxide) angiogenesis inhibitor drug works 0 5
2005-10-18 People who carry a mutation in the melanoma susceptibility gene CDKN2A have a much lower risk of melanoma 0 None
2005-10-18 Aβ and Fyn cooperate to cause Alzheimer-like changes in the brain 0 None
2005-10-18 Newly discovered role of MECP2 gene in Rett Syndrome 0 None
2005-10-18 Atypical antipsychotic drugs slightly increase risk for death when used in people with dementia 0 None
2005-10-18 Short course of rTMS can increase finger sensitivity 1 None
2005-10-18 No evidence of a "safe" threshold with environmental toxins 0 None
2005-10-17 Brain injury can cause detrimental functional changes in brain regions far from the site of the actual injury 0 None
2005-10-17 Discovery could lead to tests for the clinic or battlefield to diagnose ailments with just a few drops of blood 0 None
2005-10-17 Breath-analysis testing may prove to be an effective method for detecting the damaging lung-bacteria growth seen in cystic fibrosis 0 None
2005-10-17 Researchers identify biomarker that indicates a more agressive form of prostate cancer 0 None
2005-10-17 Hormone responsible for types of high blood pressure could also cause preeclampsia 0 None
2005-10-17 New genetic discovery may help explain why some people develop high blood pressure and others don't 0 None
2005-10-17 Significant step forward in the genome era 0 None
2005-10-17 Researchers shed light on a key molecular switch in T helper cells 0 None
2005-10-17 WWOX gene finding could lead to a new strategy for treating lung cancer 0 None
2005-10-17 Rett syndrome discovery 0 None
2005-10-17 New findings on brain tumors called ependymomas 0 None
2005-10-17 1G8 antibody signals prostate cancer cells to stop growing and die 0 None
2005-10-17 $4.4 million, 4-year grant aims to bridge gap between Western and African medicine 0 None
2005-10-17 High fat, low carb diet may help Alzheimer's sufferers 0 5
2005-10-16 High fat, low carb diet improves Alzheimer's disease in mice 0 None
2005-10-16 dnaJP1 - novel drug for the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis 0 None
2005-10-16 Ethnic differences in cardiovascular risk factors 0 None
2005-10-16 Research reveals concerns over use of health information 0 None
2005-10-16 Curry spice appears to shut down a protein active in the spread of breast cancer 0 None
2005-10-16 Fungal contamination of bedding 0 None
2005-10-16 Discovery could help make cellular immunotherapy safer 0 None
2005-10-16 Aggressive management of diabetes with diet, exercise, and medications may improve the survival of cancer patients 0 None
2005-10-16 E-cadherin, that cellular touch so important in cancer 0 5
2005-10-16 Cannabis boosts brain power in rats 0 3
2005-10-13 Research points way to more effective delivery of medicine around the body 0 None
2005-10-13 New technique could provide a long jump forward in spotting athletes' use of banned substances 0 None
2005-10-13 New public survey on stem cells 0 None
2005-10-13 Discovery of agent that can suppress cancer development 0 None
2005-10-13 First gene mutation associated with Tourette syndrome 0 None
2005-10-13 Cancer survivors have unique and long-term cancer-specific side effects. 0 None
2005-10-13 SLITRK1 gene appears to contribute to some cases of Tourette's Syndrome 0 None
2005-10-12 Innovative therapy lowering body temperature slows down the injury process caused by birth asphyxia 0 None
2005-10-12 Chromosomes in the nucleus of the cell carry the material of heredity, or genes 0 None
2005-10-12 Personalized medicine to improve the outcome for breast cancer patients 0 None
2005-10-12 New fungal defensin, plectasin, possesses as much power as penicillin 0 None
2005-10-12 Combining fMRI and PET scanning creates a way to compare different measurements of the brain's function concurrently 0 None
2005-10-12 Removing metastatic disease from the diaphragm significantly increases survival rates in ovarian cancer patients 0 None
2005-10-12 Why the human immune system does not function well in the weightlessness of space 0 None
2005-10-12 Fijiian seaweed shows potential to kill cancer cells, bacteria and the HIV virus 0 None
2005-10-12 Novel therapies for pleural mesothelioma 0 None
2005-10-12 Quest to develop synthetic versions of rare natural substances to cure tobacco-related diseases 0 None
2005-10-12 Researchers call for better recognition and pain management of endometriosis 0 5
2005-10-11 Long-term smoking linked to diminished mental proficiency 0 None
2005-10-11 New hormone discovery has implications for liver diseases 0 5
2005-10-11 Obesity associated with a threefold increase in SCD1 expression in obese muscle 0 None
2005-10-11 New monoclonal antibody that targets immune system B cells shows promise for treating leukemias 0 None
2005-10-11 Families who regularly share meals together have children with higher self-esteem 0 None
2005-10-11 New discoveries help explore the function of regulatory T cells in autoimmune disease and in cancer 0 None
2005-10-11 Natural cancer killing cells from the human embryonic stem cells 0 None
2005-10-11 Rates for new cases of kidney failure have stabilized 0 None
2005-10-11 Vanadium may help prepare the body to recover speedily from infections 0 None
2005-10-11 Violent video games lead to brain activity pattern that may be characteristic for aggressive thoughts 0 None
2005-10-10 People only need to walk up to 12 miles per week or for about 125 to 200 minutes per week to improve their heart health 2 3.8
2005-10-10 Obesity linked to dementia and Alzheimer's disease 0 None
2005-10-10 Astrocytes modulate adenosine - thought to be important in controlling wake-to-sleep transitions and epileptic seizures 0 None
2005-10-10 Electron-beam computed tomography - a more accurate replacement for coronary catheterizations 0 None
2005-10-10 Depression both increases the risk for developing epilepsy and is also common among people with epilepsy who experience many seizures 0 None
2005-10-10 Significant new research centre - the Deafness, Cognition and Language Research Centre 0 None
2005-10-10 Dreams can help in coming to terms with major events and in taking difficult decisions in life 0 None
2005-10-09 Important milestone towards more individually targeted and effective treatments for cancer patients 0 None
2005-10-09 Tonsils reveal information that helps understand lupus 0 None
2005-10-09 Prozac helps learning and memory in people with Huntington's disease 0 None
2005-10-09 Researchers reveal basis for hereditary coproporphyria 0 None
2005-10-09 Researchers find CCL5 protein produced in the course of respiratory viral infections can serve to protect macrophages from an untimely death 0 None
2005-10-09 Mitochondria and apoptosis research 0 None
2005-10-09 Obese Zucker rat model shares the symptoms of obesity with a growing number of Americans 0 3
2005-10-09 Discovery provides an understanding of the mechanisms of oocyte death and a way to identify potential clinical treatments for infertility 0 None
2005-10-09 Employment gap may be due, in part, to the "poverty trap" 0 None
2005-10-09 Patients in level I trauma centers were nearly 20 percent less likely to die than those in level II centers 0 None
2005-10-09 SUVs should carry health warnings 0 None
2005-10-09 Site in the brain that controls language in right-handed people shifts with aging 0 None
2005-10-09 Specific gene on chromosome 15 regulates inflammation 0 None
2005-10-09 Osmolyte findings could have implications for the study of Alzheimer's disease, cystic fibrosis, kidney disease 0 None
2005-10-09 Gene variation may play fundamental role in the development and spread of cancer in the body 0 None
2005-10-09 RPL26 and nucleolin play critical roles in controlling the production of p53 0 None
2005-10-09 New data demonstrates how CA4P has anti-tumor and anti-angiogenic activity 0 None
2005-10-09 Gut antibody could prove to be a promising drug target for Crohn's disease 0 None
2005-10-09 New information regarding the genetic, cellular and neurological bases of susceptibility to autism and schizophrenia 0 None
2005-10-09 Novel methodology that can be used to investigate choice and introspection 0 None
2005-10-05 Deadly 1918 Spanish flue virus has been reconstructed and characterized 0 None
2005-10-05 Fruits and vegetables can increase or decrease the activity and toxicity of orally-administered drugs 0 None
2005-10-05 Particular versions of the TGFb1 gene are largely responsible for how badly the illness affects patients' lungs 0 None
2005-10-05 Cells inside the hair follicle are true multipotent stem cells 0 None
2005-10-05 The cocktail party problem 0 None
2005-10-05 Most comprehensive picture to date of how influenza viruses evolve and are transmitted 0 None
2005-10-05 Richness of motor training determines not only what we learn but how we learn 0 None
2005-10-05 Math1 gene plays a pivotal role in the formation of many of the neurons important in hearing and balance 0 None
2005-10-05 GRK5 protein plays important role in hypertension 0 None
2005-10-05 Cells have developed a surprising transportation system for their endosomes 0 None
2005-10-04 Somatic adult stem cell niches - key regulators of stem cell activity in mammary tissue 0 None
2005-10-04 Researchers "should rethink what they are doing" in creating drugs based on a fruit-fly model 0 None
2005-10-04 Amiloride and spironolactone may help patients with high blood pressure 0 None
2005-10-04 Divalent metal transporter-1 decreases metal-related injury in the lung 0 None
2005-10-04 Community-level intervention program successfully delayed sexual debut and increased the use of condoms 0 None
2005-10-04 Researchers identify gene defect in mice that causes cyclical hair loss and skin cancer 0 None
2005-10-04 Discovery of molecular roots of asthma, arthritis, and multiple sclerosis 0 None
2005-10-04 First recordings from medial mammillary body cells in awake animals 0 None
2005-10-04 Ischemic brain injury - another promising avenue for stem cell therapy 0 None
2005-10-04 Role of asymmetric dimethylarginine in damaged blood vessels 0 None
2005-10-04 Mechanism of X-chromosome dosage compensation in Drosophila 0 None
2005-10-04 Protein secreted by the dog hookworm may advance vaccine development in humans 0 None
2005-10-04 Gleevec's uses might expand even further 0 None
2005-10-04 Largest systematic analysis of duplicated gene function to date 0 None
2005-10-04 Bacteria of different species can talk to each other using a common language 0 None
2005-10-03 Mayo Clinic researchers find earliest sign of nerve change due to diabetes 0 None
2005-10-03 Discovery has implications for research on restoring mobility to people who have lost motor functions due to spinal cord injury 0 None
2005-10-03 Discovery of mechanisms causing portal hypertension 0 3
2005-10-03 Research on cartilage erosion and bone abnormalities 0 None
2005-10-03 Behavior-based means of cutting the risks of tobacco 0 None
2005-10-03 Body's own defenses may cause HIV-related dementia 0 1
2005-10-03 Protein found in the brain is genetically linked to alcoholism and anxiety 0 None
2005-10-03 Chemical in cocoa beans can limit the development of fluids that cause diarrhea 0 None
2005-10-03 Researchers set out to determine the effectiveness of endomorphin 1, with a painkilling capacity equal to or greater than morphine 0 None
2005-10-03 Lack of oxygen in body tissues creates a defect of red blood cells that further exacerbates the condition by constricting blood vessels in the lung 0 5
2005-10-03 Australia's leading medical research institutes recognise that the Australian Synchrotron 0 None
2005-10-03 Brain abnormalities in people who habitually lie 0 4
2005-10-03 The biomedical and sociological effects of sleep restriction 0 None
2005-10-03 Doctors should encourage teens to limit their intake of food prepared away from home and to eat family dinners together 0 None
2005-10-03 Researchers have successfully combined computer modeling and experimental results in folding studies for small proteins 0 None
2005-10-03 Elimination of charges for health care at the point of use could have an immediate and substantial impact on child mortality 0 None
2005-10-03 First direct clues about how the brain alters the state of consciousness during sleep 0 None
2005-10-03 Healthy 3 and 4-year-olds drive flu epidemics 0 None
2005-10-03 Discovery of mechanism in the body that could lead to autoimmune diseases 0 None
2005-10-03 Lab-made version of a human protein opens a new research avenue to better understand rheumatoid arthritis 0 None
2005-10-03 Plant-derived compounds appear to block the activity of an enzyme that triggers inflammation in joints 0 None
2005-10-03 Discovery establishes a role for the gene Rsf-1 in ovarian cancer 0 None
2005-10-03 New genes tied to lifespan extension 0 None
2005-10-03 Research may help create drugs to target the molecule-binding pathway, beneficial for treating arthritis and reducing inflammation 0 None
2005-09-28 What works in preventing and reducing juvenile delinquency? 0 5
2005-09-28 Nicotine has an unusual psychological property that may drive dependence 0 None
2005-09-28 Researchers look at pharmacogenomics 0 None
2005-09-28 Fever of unknown origin might be a marker of occult cancer 0 None
2005-09-28 Nanoparticles as an invisible diet 0 None
2005-09-28 Effective removal of face masks from players who sustain c-spine injuries 0 None
2005-09-28 Flaviviruses immune system defenses in different ways depending on whether they are transmitted by mosquitoes or ticks 0 None
2005-09-28 C-reactive protein in atherosclerotic lesions: its origin and pathophysiological significance 0 None
2005-09-28 Chicken virus helps develop novel vaccines 0 None
2005-09-28 Stem cells help regenerate cartilage and bone 0 None
2005-09-28 Possible new therapy for lymphoma and leukemia patients 0 None
2005-09-28 Dengue and other viruses may have developed tricks that let them reproduce inside macrophages 0 None
2005-09-28 Discovery may lead to development of more effective antibiotics 0 None
2005-09-28 New Stat1 and interferon findings 0 None
2005-09-28 Fruit fly discovery could lead to a completely new approach to tackling some cancers 0 None
2005-09-28 Prevalence of "risky" sex in Scotland has doubled in the space of six years 0 None
2005-09-28 Emergence of "POZ Parties" 0 None
2005-09-28 Common form of thalassaemia can be managed without blood transfusion 0 None
2005-09-28 Bleak outlook for overweight Australians 0 None
2005-09-28 Substance found in cotton plant could help treat psoriasis 0 None
2005-09-28 Combination HRT appears to double the breast cancer risk in women who smoke 0 None
2005-09-27 Simulator helps stroke patients learn to drive again 0 None
2005-09-27 Possible therapy that could control blood pressure 0 None
2005-09-27 Fndings could lead to a treatment for idiopathic interstitial pneumonia 0 None
2005-09-27 Veggies reduce the risk of developing lung cancer in smokers 0 None
2005-09-27 New virus-based gene therapy delivery system to help fight cancer 0 None
2005-09-27 Discovered of gene mutations associated with hereditary neuralgic amyotrophy 0 None
2005-09-27 Possibility of tailored treatments for addiction based on how a person's genes behave 0 None
2005-09-27 Transplanted insulin-producing cells survive better when the activation of NKT cells are blocked 0 None
2005-09-27 Temperature can regulate the circadian clock in zebrafish 0 None
2005-09-27 Experimental radioactive compound can show images of heart damage up to 30 hours after a brief interruption of blood flow and oxygen 0 None
2005-09-27 Pursuit of potential drugs and small molecules that target the IGF-1 receptor 0 None
2005-09-27 Water management is the key to regulating cell volume 0 None
2005-09-27 Cancer vaccine based on the bacterium Listeria monocytogenes, can cure mice with breast tumors 0 5
2005-09-27 Farnesyl transferase inhibitors may help chidren with Hutchinson-Gilford progeria syndrome 0 None
2005-09-27 Gene responsible for Neuralgic Amyotrophy identified 0 5
2005-09-27 Stem cells may unlock the secrets to healing the brain 0 None
2005-09-27 Researchers at Johns Hopkins have identified three new genetic mutations in brain tumors 0 None
2005-09-26 Nature may play a larger role than nurture when it comes to family relationships 0 None
2005-09-26 Plans to develop a "universal beta-cell line" - treatment for type 1 diabetes 0 None
2005-09-26 Findings increase understanding of how an organism's body size is determined and how the speed of its development is controlled 0 None
2005-09-26 Discovery of molecule that causes transverse myelitis 0 5
2005-09-26 Antibody in humans that quickly fights the smallpox virus 0 None
2005-09-26 Loss of body mass over time appears to be strongly linked to older adults' risk of developing Alzheimer's disease 0 None
2005-09-26 Tumor formation is generated by a complex interaction of both mechanical as well as chemical signals 0 None
2005-09-26 Tobacco industry hindered federal and international regulations on pesticide use 0 None
2005-09-26 Researchers gain insights into how malaria pathogen destroys the cells in which it resides 0 None
2005-09-26 Chronically high levels of insulin may block specific hormones that trigger energy release into the body 0 5
2005-09-26 A new, less toxic way to treat malignant melanoma 0 None
2005-09-26 Extreme gene pin-pointed 0 3
2005-09-26 Mutations in receptor tyrosine kinases provide potential for highly-targeted cancer therapies 0 None
2005-09-26 Pharmacists can drastically reduce patients worries about using steroids 0 None
2005-09-26 Vaccine candidate? Researchers synthesize oligosaccharide from anthrax pathogen 0 None
2005-09-26 Aquaporin-4 is the first specific molecule to be defined as a target for the autoimmune response in any form of MS 0 3
2005-09-26 Surprising immune system cells discovery 0 None
2005-09-26 Researchers have found a way to keep students awake during class 0 None
2005-09-26 Researchers have uncovered a significant contributing factor to interferon resistance of malignant melanoma cells 0 None
2005-09-26 New way to create a permanent chemical bond between antibiotics and titanium 0 None
2005-09-26 Folate may protect against cognitive decline in older adults 0 None
2005-09-26 Heart attack patients run an increased risk of developing post-traumatic stress disorder 0 None
2005-09-26 Aggressive public health efforts to control hypertension may help preserve cognitive abilities as well as cardiovascular health 0 None
2005-09-26 Researchers map genetic location that explains why certain blood pressure-lowering drugs aren't effective for some people 0 None
2005-09-26 Set of simple "rules" that nature appears to use to design proteins 0 5
2005-09-26 Left handedness may be linked to an increased risk of breast cancer 0 None
2005-09-26 Scientists reverse memory loss in mice with Alzheimer's 0 None
2005-09-26 Abnormal leakage of lymph fluid from the ruptured lymphatic vessels stimulates the accumulation of fat 3 None
2005-09-26 Smoking may increase the risk of developing diabetes 0 None
2005-09-26 Possible molecular origin of at least nine human diseases of nervous system degeneration 0 None
2005-09-26 New nutritional challenges in HIV/AIDS care have emerged 0 None
2005-09-26 First-of-its kind atlas of the folds of the cerebral cortex 0 None
2005-09-26 Research highlights the role of viral sequence analysis in improving our overall understanding of hepatitis A cases in the U.S. 0 None
2005-09-26 Link between ambient air pollution and acute myocardial infarction, or heart attack 0 None
2005-09-26 Polymorphisms in a receptor called CD32 influence the response to antibody therapy in cancer 0 None
2005-09-26 Researchers discover way to dramatically boost the output of immune system cells from the thymus 0 None
2005-09-26 How the vertebrate eye, as we know it, has emerged over evolutionary time 0 None
2005-09-26 Delicate balance of induction and inhibition in determining tooth cusps 0 None
2005-09-26 Raf Kinase Inhibitor Protein plays a role in controlling the active movement of cells 0 4
2005-09-26 Most Americans rate medical research as a high national priority 0 None
2005-09-26 Daylight savings changes may help extend the life and health of people's teeth and bones 0 None
2005-09-26 Adult human neural stem cells used to successfully regenerate spinal cord tissue 0 None
2005-09-26 HIV-infected macrophages in the brain continuously travel to part of the brain Alzheimer's disease often damages 0 None
2005-09-26 Leaving deprivation out of standard risk assessments for heart disease is potentially denying life saving treatment to those who need it most 0 None
2005-09-26 Downward mobility hits men far harder than women 0 None
2005-09-26 Smaller prefrontal cortex is associated with early-onset drinking 0 None
2005-09-22 Heart disease patients face greater risk of PTSD 0 None
2005-09-22 Dilute bleach neutralizes the mold allergens that cause most mold-related health complaints 0 None
2005-09-22 Change in gene may be underlying molecular defect in some colorectal cancers 0 None
2005-09-22 Prediction of new polymorph of the Alzheimer's drug, piracetam 0 None
2005-09-22 Presence of environmental chemicals in human milk does not necessarily indicate health risks for infants 0 None
2005-09-22 Botox helps explain possible causes of nerve diseases 0 None
2005-09-22 HDL cholesterol helps prevent blocked arteries and heart attack 0 None
2005-09-22 John Hopkins scientists uncover "tags" that force proteins to cell surface 0 None
2005-09-21 Next generation of effective viral-based therapies for cancer 0 None
2005-09-21 First clinical guidelines to help improve the diagnosis and treatment of people with normal pressure hydrocephalus 0 None
2005-09-21 Genetically engineered animals help in scientific research that may benefit children 0 None
2005-09-21 Drug that blocks acid buildup inside cells revs up the immune response to vaccines 0 None
2005-09-20 Vaccine against group B streptococcus 0 None
2005-09-20 New research adds to the emerging range of functions that miRNAs perform in an organism 0 None
2005-09-20 Green tea may protect the brain against Alzheimer's disease 0 None
2005-09-20 Researchers identify three rapid diagnostic methods that can target antibodies commonly found in multiple sclerosis 0 None
2005-09-20 Suppression of FOXO1a gene might kill resistant alveolar rhabdomyosarcoma (ARMS) tumors 0 None
2005-09-20 O-GlcNAc sugar is a critical regulator of cells' natural life cycle 0 None
2005-09-20 Blood test to measure hormone prolactin can help determine type of seizure 0 None
2005-09-20 Researchers identify gene prevalent in the population that controls the clinical severity of asthma 0 None
2005-09-20 Link between CAPON gene and schizophrenia 0 None
2005-09-20 Research could improve clinical care, help educate women on premature birth 0 None
2005-09-20 Gaps in the intestinal barrier could be a cause of inflammatory diseases of the gut such as Crohn's Disease 0 None
2005-09-20 Phantom pain following spinal cord injury is the result of hypersensitive neurons in the thalamic region of brain 0 None
2005-09-20 Snail, a molecule normally important in embryonic development, can promote breast cancer recurrence 0 None
2005-09-19 Salicylate an active metabolite of aspirin - weakens lipid membranes 0 None
2005-09-19 Researchers determine the sequence in which the malaria parasite disperses from the red blood cells it infects 0 None
2005-09-19 Healthcare workers show general apathy towards the flu vaccination 0 None
2005-09-19 Approximately 25 percent of how a person ages is inherited from parents 0 None
2005-09-19 Millenium Development Goals fail to include the goal of improving the mental health of the poor 0 None
2005-09-19 Can we reverse mental declines? Well, for most of us, the answer is yes 0 None
2005-09-19 Use of antibiotics for acne may increase risk of upper respiratory tract infection 0 None
2005-09-19 Discovery that protein CD38 interrupts an interaction between the AIDS virus and its point of entry into cells 0 None
2005-09-19 Possible new target for treating obesity and diabetes 0 None
2005-09-19 First large-scale whole genome map of genetic variability associated with Parkinson's disease 0 None
2005-09-19 Compounds found in broccoli, cauliflower, and watercress block lung cancer progression 0 None
2005-09-19 Researchers detail molecular images of a piece of the spike-shaped protein that the SARS virus uses initiate the first stages of infection 0 None
2005-09-19 People who exercise regularly experience 25% less muscle and joint pain in their old age 0 4
2005-09-19 Human fat cells produce a protein that is linked to both inflammation and an increased risk of heart disease and stroke 0 None
2005-09-19 Tarceva should be tested as front-line therapy for older lung cancer patients 0 None
2005-09-19 New research will play a major role in improving the future of breast cancer treatment 0 None
2005-09-19 Molecular pathway in mice that makes prostate cells vulnerable to cancer-causing oxygen damage 0 None
2005-09-19 46,000 crack cocaine users aged 15-44 in London 0 None
2005-09-19 Researchers selectively knock out memory associations connected with receiving cocaine 0 None
2005-09-19 Women with atrial fibrillation face a higher risk of ischemic stroke than men 0 None
2005-09-19 Lowering blood sugar levels could reduce the risk of coronary heart disease 0 None
2005-09-12 Microtubules critical to development of mental disorders 0 None
2005-09-12 Concerns over the privacy of patients could be hampering efforts to spot disease clusters 0 None
2005-09-12 Cellular mechanism discovery could lead to new treatments for rheumatoid arthritis, multiple sclerosis and Crohn's disease 0 None
2005-09-12 Screening test for cells that activate immune system 0 None
2005-09-12 Translation elongation factor eEF1A2 is is a potential oncogene that is overexpressed in two-thirds of breast tumors 0 None
2005-09-12 Nuclear receptor proteins could change anti-inflammatory treatments 0 None
2005-09-12 HOXA1 is a gene that's been looking for a disorder for a long time 0 None
2005-09-12 Key cellular switch that controls glucose production in liver cells 0 5
2005-09-12 Genetic basis for susceptibility to alcohol abuse confirmed 0 3
2005-09-10 Unexpected link between the viruses that cause feline and human AIDS 0 None
2005-09-10 Workshop - stem cells in reproduction and in the brain 0 None
2005-09-10 Australians consider medical research more important than tax cuts and border protection 0 None
2005-09-10 Two common weight loss supplements promoted as ephedra-free and safe for dieters caused increased heart rate among healthy people 0 None
2005-09-10 Safe, non-surgical method of identifying brain infections such as brain abscess 1 None
2005-09-10 Why do estrogen-dependent breast-cancer cells grow and spread rapidly? 0 None
2005-09-10 Sugar-coated markers of brain cell development may help success of stem cell transplants 0 None
2005-09-10 Diabetics with fatty livers could benefit from diet rich in soy protein 0 None
2005-09-10 Cannabis drug could help fight obesity 0 None
2005-09-10 When it comes to pain - mind over matter works 0 5
2005-09-07 Nitric oxide could one day help women in their 30s and 40s remain fertile longer 0 None
2005-09-07 MRC call for proposals in experimental medicine 0 None
2005-09-07 Researchers discover discrete region of the monkey brain that processes pitch 0 None
2005-09-07 Researchers develop screening test for cells that activate immune system 0 None
2005-09-07 Collaborators seek parasite invasion blockers 0 None
2005-09-07 Call for more donations of brains to help researchers discover new treatments for neurological disorders 0 None
2005-09-07 Methoxychlor (MXC) may interfere with proper development and function of the reproductive tract, leading to reduced fertility in women 0 None
2005-09-07 A quirky or socially awkward approach to life might be the key to becoming a great artist, composer or inventor 0 5
2005-09-06 Researchers uncover how the inhaled form of anthrax disarms bacteria-fighting white blood cells before they can fend off the disease 0 None
2005-09-06 Diet rich in soy protein may alleviate fatty liver 0 None
2005-09-06 Long hours equal to alcohol in impairing young doctors 0 None
2005-09-06 Exposure to toxin domoic acid might negatively affect unborn children 0 None
2005-09-06 Killer secondhand smoke campaign flares up in the UK 0 None
2005-09-06 My body, my drugs, my world awarded for outstanding science 0 None
2005-09-06 British Heart Foundation gene research helped by thousands of brothers and sisters 0 None
2005-09-06 Relationship between complexity of main lifetime occupation and risk for Alzheimer's disease 0 None
2005-09-06 Human embryonic stem cell lines accumulate changes in their genetic material over time 0 None
2005-09-06 Profile of immune cells in axillary lymph nodes predicts disease-free survival in breast cancer 0 None
2005-09-06 Shot in the arm for vaccines 0 None
2005-09-06 DNA research: learning the language of genes 0 None
2005-09-06 Significant new breakthroughs in understanding how the genes in mammals are controlled 0 None
2005-09-06 New ways to enhance or block fertilization 0 None
2005-09-06 Design of wide-spectrum inhibitors targeting coronavirus main proteases 0 None
2005-09-06 Genetic hot spots double the risk of early heart disease 0 None
2005-09-06 Double whammy of vitamin D and anti-inflammatory zaps prostate cancer cells 0 None
2005-09-05 New way to assess risk of breast cancer recurrence 0 None
2005-09-05 Human tissue grown from stem cells, available for transplant in the next four years 0 None
2005-09-05 Gene B-myb essential in preventing tumors 0 None
2005-09-05 Vitamin B may do more harm than good in heart attack patients 0 None
2005-09-05 Use of the antiplatelet drug clopidogrel before a coronary angioplasty reduces risk of cardiovascular death 0 None
2005-09-05 Human embryonic stem cell lines accumulate changes in their genetic material over time 0 None
2005-09-05 Researchers discover one of the reasons why melanoma is so ruthless 0 None
2005-09-05 New blood pressure-lowering drugs reduce stroke risk by 50% 0 None
2005-09-04 Researchers to test whether cannabinoids can help chronic obstructive pulmonary disease patients 0 None
2005-09-04 Rett Syndrome gene discovery 0 None
2005-09-04 Medication before angiograph significantly reduces risk of heart attack 0 None
2005-09-01 Macrophages kill bacteria - but not always 0 None
2005-09-01 Chicken pox vaccine associated with shingles epidemic 31 4.5
2005-09-01 One protein hardens enamel while the other weakens it, say USC researchers 0 None
2005-09-01 Been there, done that! 0 None
2005-09-01 Scientists demonstrate power of new generalized screen to find function of noncoding RNAs 0 None
2005-09-01 C. elegans worm provides clues to dealing with human disease 0 None
2005-09-01 Significant advance in the study of small ribonucleic acids 0 None
2005-09-01 Researchers link individual preferences to neuronal activity in brain 0 None
2005-09-01 Tools for studying the chemistry of the brain, neuron by neuron 0 None
2005-09-01 Prostate cancer manipulates an important group of signaling proteins called Wnts to establish itself in bone 0 None
2005-09-01 African-American women with mitochondrial DNA variant are at increased risk of breast cancer 0 None
2005-09-01 James Bond affects the development of breasts! 0 None
2005-09-01 Men with breast cancer gene at risk of pancreatic and prostate cancers 0 None
2005-09-01 Mutation in the BRAC2 breast cancer gene may also increase the risk of bone and throat cancers 0 None
2005-09-01 Compound called GRN163L blocks lung cancer 0 None
2005-09-01 More than 15 percent of our genes are mobilized to defend against microbial attacks 0 None
2005-08-31 Therapeutic uses of psychedelic drugs are resurfacing 0 None
2005-08-31 First human trials start in Canada for muscle-derived stem cells as a treatment for urinary incontinence 0 None
2005-08-31 Discovery of gene that may play a role in centronuclear myopathy 0 None
2005-08-31 Mushrooms are a great source of antioxidants 0 None
2005-08-31 Human brain favours familiar-looking faces when choosing a potential partner 0 None
2005-08-31 Extra-virgin olive oil tastes good and is also an anti-inflammatory 0 None
2005-08-31 International SHAPE project reveals massive public lack of awareness on heart failure 0 None
2005-08-30 Virginia Tech engineer investigates enzyme link to Huntington's, Parkinson's, and Alzheimer diseases 0 None
2005-08-30 Carbohydrate known as OGT2378 inhibits tumor growth 0 None
2005-08-30 Danish scientists have identified which head and neck cancer patients will benefit from additional drug treatment during radiotherapy 0 None
2005-08-30 Simple new way to modify collagen, paving the way for better infection-fighting bandages 0 None
2005-08-30 Ten years of mobile phone use shows no brain cancer link 0 None
2005-08-30 Designer molecules that combine metals such as copper with natural organic materials could treat diseases in the body 0 None
2005-08-30 Step towards understanding cell mutations that cause a variety of human diseases 0 None
2005-08-30 Toxicity from chemotherapy in lung cancer patients could help predict treatment efficacy 0 None
2005-08-30 Unique Internet test to test genetic disposition to depression 0 None
2005-08-30 Possibility of a continuously functioning, wearable or implantable artificial kidney 0 None
2005-08-30 Asian bird flu expert joins Murdoch University 0 None
2005-08-30 Viagra fights heart and lung diseases 0 None
2005-08-30 Scientists help narrow the search for BRCA1 carriers 0 None
2005-08-30 Australian National University facility to help reveal secrets of life 0 None
2005-08-30 Severely restricting calories over decades won't dramatically extend life span 0 None
2005-08-30 Daydreaming linked to Alzheimer's disease 0 None
2005-08-30 New treatment can zap cancer cells and avoid healthy tissue 0 None
2005-08-29 Anti-cancer antibodies produced in chickens 0 None
2005-08-29 Dental problems caused by radiation, chemotherapy should be treated before a child undergoes immunosuppression as part of bone marrow transplantation therapy 0 5
2005-08-29 Three-dimensional molecular structure of a promising malaria-vaccine component 0 None
2005-08-29 Drugs known as farnesyltransferase inhibitors (FTIs) may hold promise for premature aging disorder 0 5
2005-08-29 New tool to help unravel the function of an elusive DNA structure 0 None
2005-08-29 Relative of the celebrated COX-2 inhibitor celecoxib is tough tumor fighter 0 None
2005-08-29 First genetic evidence that protein synthesis is critical for the regulation of memory formation 0 None
2005-08-29 Inexpensive method to assess the stability and quality of sleep 0 5
2005-08-29 Vitamin D puts a brake on activated macrophages - newly discovered mechanism keeps inflammation under control 0 None
2005-08-29 Discovery of multiple isoforms of the p53 tumor suppressor protein 0 2
2005-08-29 New understanding of role cholesterol plays in causing heart attacks, strokes 0 None
2005-08-29 High-dose anticancer chemotherapy and total body irradiation during childhood can damage developing teeth 0 None
2005-08-29 Molecular missing link between fasting and acute attacks of porphyria 0 None
2005-08-29 SPF may not be enough to protect against skin cancer 0 None
2005-08-29 Supermolecules strike blow to cancer cells 0 None
2005-08-29 Discovery may significantly advance the treatment of cancers and infectious diseases 0 None
2005-08-29 Researchers report the first objective measurement of the brain deficit in congenital amusia 0 None
2005-08-29 Pigment explains why red heads are more at risk of skin cancer 0 None
2005-08-29 Carbohydrate-based vaccine against cancer? 0 None
2005-08-29 New method can detect 'mad cow' proteins in blood 0 None
2005-08-28 Malaria researchers find the parasite's housebreaking tool 0 None
2005-08-28 New vaccine protects more effectively against tuberculosis 0 None
2005-08-28 Both speaking and listening has detrimental effects on driving 0 3
2005-08-28 Long-term hormone therapy used earlier in menopause is associated with fewer wrinkles 0 None
2005-08-28 Ataxin-1 affects the development of the nervous system 0 None
2005-08-28 Immunity - another important function of the mitochondria 0 None
2005-08-28 Neurotransmitter orexin influences reward processing - associated with pleasure and reward pathways in the brain 0 None
2005-08-26 Inflammation plays an important role in post-operative stroke 0 None
2005-08-26 New strategy to turn off the function of a special group of T cells to suppress immune response to tumors 0 None
2005-08-25 Stem cells with heart bypass surgery trial to begin 0 None
2005-08-25 Psychological distress of parents of children with spina bifida 0 None
2005-08-25 Protein snapin has potential as a drug target in therapies aimed at learning and memory disorders 0 None
2005-08-25 The role of antigenic drive and tumor-infiltrating accessory cells in the pathogenesis of Helicobacter-induced MALT lymphoma 0 None
2005-08-25 Parts of the brain used in daydreaming are the same areas that fail in people who have Alzheimer's disease 0 5
2005-08-25 Coronary angioplasty increases risk of developing Alzheimer's disease 0 None
2005-08-24 Stress does not appear to influence the outcome of IVF 0 None
2005-08-24 Brain plays an important role in the maintenance of proper bone density 0 None
2005-08-24 New insight into how sunlight affects DNA 0 5
2005-08-24 New drug that selectively blocks immune responses protects kidneys after transplant 0 None
2005-08-24 Review on fetal pain creates controversy 0 None
2005-08-24 First human gene mutation that causes extreme farsightedness 0 None
2005-08-24 Hundreds of identified genes involved in the pathophysiology of ulcerative colitis and Crohn disease 0 None
2005-08-23 Mouse model of Rett Syndrome displays reduced cortical activity 0 None
2005-08-23 A preoperative testing strategy may help determine stage of lung cancer more accurately 0 None
2005-08-23 Use of general anesthesia for heroin detoxification offers no benefit when compared to two other methods 0 None
2005-08-23 Benefits of MAO-B inhibitors are small but may be worthwhile in some patients with early Parkinson's disease 0 None
2005-08-23 Coronavirus HCoV-NL63 associated with croup 0 None
2005-08-23 Sentinel node biopsy, when performed before chemotherapy to shrink the tumor, is very reliable 0 None
2005-08-23 Wild ducks may be key to development of flu vaccine 0 None
2005-08-23 Newly discovered virus linked to childhood respiratory infections 0 None
2005-08-22 MRI helps map smallest deformations inside hearts 0 None
2005-08-22 Novel mechanism, called recursive splicing reveals how cells process large genes 0 5
2005-08-22 New technique for creating human embryonic stem cells 0 None
2005-08-22 Gene therapy advance shows potential for developing improved treatment for hemophilia 0 None
2005-08-22 Protein thought to promote lymphoma by merely preventing cancer cells from dying appears to actively promote cancer cell growth 0 None
2005-08-22 Discovery of a potential oncogene in ovarian cancer 0 None
2005-08-22 Malfunctioning bone marrow cells cause neuropathy in many people with diabetes 0 None
2005-08-22 Scientists step closer to understanding the genetic pathway involved in the development of hearing 0 None
2005-08-22 Young breast cancer sufferers need more fertility advice before treatment 0 None
2005-08-22 New research says brightly-coloured fruit and veggies protects against arthritis 0 None
2005-08-22 Discovery of signaling component that influences spread of breast cancer cells 0 None
2005-08-22 Long working hours increase risk of injuries and illness 0 5
2005-08-22 Researchers test experimental drug Neuprex on infants undergoing heart surgery 0 None
2005-08-22 First proof of how the rare disorder Fanconi anemia causes chromosomal instability 0 None
2005-08-22 New method to predict protein separation behavior directly from protein structure 0 None
2005-08-22 Enzyme in the blood that could be a potential marker for heart failure 0 4
2005-08-22 Increasing sugar processing in the liver may lead to future treatments for diabetes, obesity 0 None
2005-08-22 Discovery of new gene FANCM sheds light on repair of damaged DNA 0 None
2005-08-21 New skin from fetal cells great success in children with burns 0 None
2005-08-21 People living amongst graffiti, litter and little greenery, more likely to be unfit and obese 0 None
2005-08-18 SH2-B enhances brain's leptin sensitivity - may lead to clues for treatment of obesity and diabetes 0 None
2005-08-18 High rate of heart attack amongst ethnic minorities in Scotland 0 None
2005-08-18 New insight into the neural computational function represented by "error-related negativity" 0 5
2005-08-18 Asymmetric cell divisions are essential for skin development 0 None
2005-08-18 Mutations in the targets of designer drugs critically influence their effectiveness 0 None
2005-08-18 Defects in newly discovered pathway may be an overlooked cause of anemia 0 None
2005-08-18 Slower care for heart attack patients treated after hours and on weekends 0 None
2005-08-17 First clear evidence that olfaction is uniquely a "dual" sense 0 None
2005-08-17 C. elegans has similar virus-fighting mechanism as humans and can be used in research 0 None
2005-08-17 Doctors should not shy away from giving 80 year olds heart bypass surgery 0 None
2005-08-17 Loss of a gene called p63 accelerates aging in mice 0 None
2005-08-17 Biochemical switch that affects how neurons fire in a part of the brain associated with learning 0 None
2005-08-16 Gene expression levels may reveal stage of Huntington's disease 0 None
2005-08-16 Researchers have discovered a gene linked to age-related maculopathy 0 None
2005-08-16 Analytical tool to help detect cancer 0 None
2005-08-16 Weight control protein may yield new approaches for treating obesity and type 2 diabetes 0 None
2005-08-16 Breakthrough in human stem cell research 0 None
2005-08-16 Adult stem cells may play a role in the development of some forms of cancer 0 None
2005-08-15 Researchers have found evidence that could explain why people continue to sunbathe 0 None
2005-08-15 Immune system more concerned with damage detected than foreign invaders, such as viruses 0 None
2005-08-15 Key toxin could provide for world's first treatment for Alzheimer's 0 None
2005-08-15 Calcium fights prostate cancer 1 None
2005-08-15 Combined gene therapy eliminates glioblastoma multiforme in lab studies 0 None
2005-08-15 Grandma was wrong, money can buy you happiness! 1 None
2005-08-15 MiRNA is opening up a whole new way of understanding carcinogenesis 0 None
2005-08-15 Activated Stat5 protein in prostate cancer can predict outcome, may help target treatment 0 None
2005-08-13 New gene technique useful for identifying genes and drug targets for diseases such as cancers and diabetes 0 None
2005-08-13 How negatively charged lipids stick to negatively charged DNA and self-organize into structures 0 None
2005-08-13 Researchers have found a signal that could lead to earlier detection and treatment of ovarian cancer 0 None
2005-08-11 Oxytocin and ingestive behavior 0 None
2005-08-11 Pre-mRNA that codes for inflammatory protein identified 0 None
2005-08-11 How some antibiotics kill bacteria 0 None
2005-08-11 Genes interact with behavior to affect how well people move 0 None
2005-08-11 Key step in the production of beta-amyloid 0 None
2005-08-11 Researchers find drug targets for treating metabolic syndrome 0 None
2005-08-11 Defect in the gene that makes YAP might contribute to cancer 0 None
2005-08-11 Early detection of Alzheimer's coming soon? 0 None
2005-08-11 Pig brain cell transplant looks hopeful for treating Huntington's disease 0 None
2005-08-11 Snorers can blame the shape of their throats 0 None
2005-08-11 Ethanol treatment may be instrumental in fighting IV-based infections 0 None
2005-08-11 Little convincing evidence that dietary antioxidant supplements such as vitamin E prevent heart disease 0 None
2005-08-11 Researchers discover that tumors secrete fatty acids which inhibit the cytotoxic T lymphocytes' ability to kill tumor cells 0 None
2005-08-11 Preliminary molecular diagram of the early stages of embryo formation 0 None
2005-08-11 Cancer causing potential of the sex hormones 0 None
2005-08-11 Excessive alcohol consumption increases risk of certain cancers 0 None
2005-08-10 Vestibular organs provide an on-line movement guidance system 0 None
2005-08-10 Despite warnings about sun exposure, skin cancer rates on the rise in under 40's 0 None
2005-08-10 Curry spice may help fight oesophageal cancer 0 None
2005-08-10 Important breast cancer discovery 0 None
2005-08-09 Endorphin system may hold the key to understanding and treating bulimia nervosa 0 None
2005-08-09 Gene therapy used to successfully treat haemophilia in dogs 0 None
2005-08-09 Firefly protein lets researchers monitor molecule known as IKK (for IKappa kinase) linked to cancer 0 None
2005-08-09 Researchers identify protein called EMP-1 that is present in the tumors of patients who fail to respond to treatment with gefitinib 0 None
2005-08-09 Researchers look at how we understand visual images 0 None
2005-08-09 Drinking a cup of cocoa can prevent potentially fatal blood clots 0 None
2005-08-09 Enzyme involved in blood pressure regulation may also influence how the body responds to exercise 0 None
2005-08-09 Researchers use diffusion magnetic resonance imaging to monitor ultrasound uterine 0 None
2005-08-09 The ultimate get out for men, can't hear you - and my brain is to blame! 0 None
2005-08-09 Leading UK charity offers to fund research which could save many lives 0 None
2005-08-09 MicroRNAs play an important role in regulating oogenesis 0 None
2005-08-09 Researchers develop new diagnostic methods to better detect future monkeypox or smallpox outbreaks 0 None
2005-08-09 DDT resistance in flies carries no cost 0 None
2005-08-08 Supplements of multivitamins and minerals don't prevent infections in the elderly 0 None
2005-08-07 Factors inhibiting the brain's natural self-healing process identified 0 None
2005-08-07 Protein p53 is the "guardian" of our genome 0 None
2005-08-04 Hormone replacement therapy and breast cancer 0 None
2005-08-04 BMA response to BMJ article "Challenges to implementing the national programme for information technology" 0 None
2005-08-04 Discovery may lead to new diagnostic tests for immunoglobulin A (IgA) deficiency and common variable immunodeficiency (CVID) 0 5
2005-08-04 Australian researchers have found a toxin that plays an important role in the progression of Alzheimer's disease 0 None
2005-08-04 Early warning aigns of Alzheimer's show up across cognitive areas years before official diagnosis 0 None
2005-08-04 Natural killer cells help understand responses to bone marrow transplants 0 None
2005-08-04 MDMA/Ectasy could lead to new treatments for Parkinson's disease 0 5
2005-08-04 New breast cancer genes detected using cutting edge technology 0 None
2005-08-03 New insights into dietary divergences between some of our human ancestors 0 None
2005-08-03 Researchers pinpoint specific cause of defects in motor learning in Fragile X patients 0 None
2005-08-03 Scientist have found an unexpected effect of the interaction of PTEN and p53 genes in early stage prostate cancer 0 None
2005-08-03 Melanoma is being overdiagnosed 0 None
2005-08-03 Alcohol linked to an increased risk of upper gastrointestinal cancer 0 None
2005-08-03 Obesity's effects on mortality may have been over-estimated 0 None
2005-08-03 Breakthrough in Alzheimer's research 0 None
2005-08-03 First evidence that complex genetic interactions account for autism risk 0 None
2005-08-02 Breed and placement affect skin drug delivery 0 None
2005-08-02 New hope for schizophrenia sufferers 0 None
2005-08-02 Customized gene chip offers clues to prognosis in cases of neuroblastoma 0 None
2005-08-02 Relationship between allergies and mold spores in lawns 0 None
2005-08-02 Researchers find C-reactive protein differences, a predictor of heart disease among sexes, races 0 None
2005-08-02 Strategic analyses of European In-Vitro cancer diagnostics market - Cancer research yields promising results 0 None
2005-08-02 $US1 million for artery research 0 None
2005-08-02 Research to investigate new drug for Parkinsons disease 0 None
2005-08-02 HAART reduces AIDS rates by 86% 0 None
2005-08-02 Customized gene chip will offer clues to prognosis in cases of neuroblastoma 0 None
2005-08-02 Discovery may lead to new therapies for leukemia 0 None
2005-08-02 Potential new target for cannabis-derived drugs as a treatment of inflammatory bowel disease 0 None
2005-08-02 Aging profile of the human brain differs greatly from that seen in chimpanzees 0 None
2005-08-02 Drugs with similar chemical attributes as Ecstasy might offer useful alternatives to current therapies for Parkinson's disease 0 None
2005-08-02 Protein called cyclin D1 disrupts BRCA1's normal role as a cancer inhibitor 0 None
2005-08-02 Aging and gene expression in the primate brain 0 None
2005-08-02 Arf gene prevents excessive growth of blood vessels in the developing eye 0 None
2005-08-01 Researchers characterize the proteome of the human cornea 0 None
2005-08-01 Discovery that oxidative stress from pollen is as important as antigen exposure could lead to new therapies 0 None
2005-08-01 Researchers unravel control of growing blood vessels 0 None
2005-08-01 Researchers have identified a pathway that is specific for cancer 0 None
2005-08-01 Inhibitors of cellular enzymes could be developed for SARS treatment 0 None
2005-08-01 Brain may interpret the information it receives from sensory neurons using a code more complicated than scientists previously thought 0 None
2005-08-01 Cannabis drugs may benefit those with bowel disease 0 None
2005-08-01 Link between peritoneum closure and fewer adhesions 0 None
2005-08-01 Controlling the expression of genes by turning them on or off could produce a drug for the treatment or cure of almost any disease 0 None
2005-08-01 New research into muscle contraction will give scientists a better understanding of bladder problems and pain during childbirth 0 None
2005-08-01 Pseudomonas aeruginosa has broken the immune system's code 0 None
2005-08-01 People can show early warning signs of Alzheimer's disease years before they are officially diagnosed 0 None
2005-08-01 Defect in the mechanics of motors that build tiny cellular hairs is the basis of Bardet-Biedl syndrome 0 None
2005-07-31 Good bacteria helps ease symptoms of ulcerative colitis 0 None
2005-07-31 Researchers find that female circumcision could cause infertility 0 None
2005-07-31 Researchers reveal secret of key protein in brain and heart function 0 None
2005-07-29 New research says binge before bedtime and shed weight! 0 None
2005-07-28 Key step in the entry of anthrax toxin into human cells 0 None
2005-07-28 New findings could help scientists design more effective treatments to slow or halt the progression of HIV infection 0 None
2005-07-28 Cause of chronic sinus infections lies in the nasal mucus 0 4.3
2005-07-28 Action of dopamine may be particularly important for understanding psychiatric conditions 0 None
2005-07-28 Stress delays wound healing 0 None
2005-07-28 Suspected research fraud: difficulties of getting at the truth 0 None
2005-07-28 Broccoli may help prevent bladder cancer 0 None
2005-07-28 Discovery could improve the early diagnosis of breast and ovarian cancers through a simple blood test 0 None
2005-07-28 Valuable clues for rational antimalarial drug design and vaccine development 0 None
2005-07-28 Discovery sheds light on how a low-calorie diet extends lifespan 0 None
2005-07-28 New insight into how protein E75 may control circadian rhythms and metabolic processes 0 None
2005-07-28 Anti-inflammatory function of Alzheimer's disease drugs revealed 0 None
2005-07-28 Bacteria in the mouth could freshen up bad breath 0 None
2005-07-28 Scientists discover genes linked to spread of breast cancer 0 None
2005-07-28 Cats have no sweet tooth 2 3
2005-07-28 First trial of pramipexole for the treatment of fibromyalgia 0 5
2005-07-28 Most people with knee pain also have pain elsewhere 0 None
2005-07-28 $4.7million grant for research on neuroblastoma 0 None
2005-07-27 Bone marrow may be source of new egg-cell generation 0 None
2005-07-27 New breakthrough on the origins of Alzheimer's disease 0 None
2005-07-27 Researchers make headway in mystery of migraines 0 None
2005-07-27 Revolutionary finding on female reproductive function 0 None
2005-07-27 Cancer biology, pharmacology and engineering combine to create cancer smart bomb 0 None
2005-07-27 Breakthrough in stem cells research with pigs - exciting news for heart patients 0 None
2005-07-27 Link between illness and pesticide use in or near schools causes alarm 0 None
2005-07-27 Spotting that nasty taste could well have saved our lives 0 None
2005-07-27 What a blinking waste of time!! 0 None
2005-07-27 At last the news we really wanted to hear - chocolate is good for us! 0 None
2005-07-27 Expensive but worthless gifts may help facilitate courtship 0 None
2005-07-26 Opiates themselves are superior to sedatives for treating infants born to women who used heroin or methadone while pregnant 0 None
2005-07-26 Combined computed tomography (CT) and positron emission tomography (PET) - may detect the spread of head and neck cancer more accurately 0 None
2005-07-26 New chemical compound can accelerate stem cell mobilization 0 None
2005-07-26 Specialized immune-system B cells play dual role in triggering both kinds of immunity - innate and acquired 0 None
2005-07-26 Single prenatal dose of methamphetamine enough to cause long-term neurodevelopmental problems in babies 0 None
2005-07-26 Research sets foundation for new generation of vaccines for HIV, influenza 0 None
2005-07-26 Single protein regulates secretion levels - helps stem cells become secretory cells 0 None
2005-07-26 Tool helps determine who is at high risk of death after prostate cancer recurrence following surgery 0 None
2005-07-26 Potential new treatment for nerve damage caused by diabetes 0 None
2005-07-26 Molecular link between a viral infection and development of a common and fatal form of liver cancer 0 None
2005-07-26 Loyola researchers hope that zoledronic acid will be effective and safe for patients with inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD) 0 None
2005-07-26 Neuroscientists identify how the brain processes and stores emotional experiences as long-term memories 0 None
2005-07-26 Models may risk making overly optimistic predictions about the levels of public health interventions needed to bring a disease under control 0 None
2005-07-26 Direct relationship between inflammation and glucose levels 0 3
2005-07-25 Decreased breast cancer survival associated with high TRAIL-R2 expression 0 None
2005-07-25 Scientists have identified the first genetic mutations that cause the aorta to widen, tear and rupture 0 None
2005-07-25 New insight into age-related macular degeneration 0 None
2005-07-25 Mixture of 8 bacteria (VSL#3) for 6 weeks helps ulcerative colitis 0 None
2005-07-25 Researchers have identified 23 new longevity genes 0 None
2005-07-25 New treatment that boosts the stomach's 'full' signal offers new way of tackling growing obesity epidemic 0 None
2005-07-25 U.S. scientists find 3 molecules that could help fight Alzheimer's 0 None
2005-07-25 Botox controls excess sweating as well as ironing out those wrinkles 0 None
2005-07-24 Potential new target for stomach cancer therapy 0 None
2005-07-24 Discovery of a receptor that appears to function as one "lock" that HSV opens to allow it to enter human cells 0 None
2005-07-24 New clues for the understanding of dementia 0 None
2005-07-21 Role of IL-24 in regulating the immune system 0 None
2005-07-21 Researchers discover type of "fuel" that the heart uses can contribute to the severity of heart failures 0 None
2005-07-21 Crucial molecular link between a hepatitis B virus (HBV) and hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) 0 None
2005-07-21 Does the heart contain stem cells that are self-renewing? 0 None
2005-07-21 Help at last for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome 0 None
2005-07-21 New research finds molecular link between obesity and diabetes 0 None
2005-07-21 Hearing protein TRPA1 also involved with pain perception 0 None
2005-07-21 Biological breakthrough that could offer new hope in the fight against liver cancer 0 4.7
2005-07-21 Project to help millions of people avoid starvation 0 None
2005-07-21 Brain computer map could prevent strokes 0 None
2005-07-21 Irish teenagers 'waisting' away 0 None
2005-07-21 Cocaine induces abnormal enhancement of neuronal connections 0 None
2005-07-21 Definitive proof that Ab42 is the culprit molecule that underlies the pathology of Alzheimer's disease 0 None
2005-07-21 New research suggests that accumulation of amyloid-beta peptides in cerebral blood vessels causes vascular damage in Alzheimer's disease 0 None
2005-07-21 Biologic treatments to treat the physical symptoms of psoriasis 0 None
2005-07-20 New design for HIV vaccine trials in animals 0 None
2005-07-20 Wife determines husband's marijuana use 0 None
2005-07-20 Australian stem cell discovery hailed as a major medical and scientific development 0 None
2005-07-20 Major stem cell discovery 0 None
2005-07-20 University of Florida researcher finds way to explore role of microRNAs in specific tissue 0 None
2005-07-20 Research examines the effect of visual impairment on Alzheimer's disease patients in nursing homes 0 None
2005-07-20 SIRT1 gene suppresses longevity 0 None
2005-07-20 National network for diabetes research launched by two leading British universities 0 None
2005-07-20 Reliable research about the benefits and harms of treatments for malaria in pregnant women is scarce 0 None
2005-07-19 Combination of ribavirin and interferon is more effective in treating hepatitis C than using interferon alone 0 None
2005-07-19 Insulin resistance increases a person's risk for development of congestive heart failure 0 None
2005-07-19 Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS) occurs far more frequently than generally believed 0 None
2005-07-19 How oxytocin (OT) modulates eating and digestion 0 None
2005-07-19 Potential use of NH neurotransmitters as novel source for psychiatric drugs 0 None
2005-07-19 Spontaneous contractions suppressed in late-term rat pregnancy 0 None
2005-07-19 Videotaping advance directives would allow people to express medical decisions to their physicians and families more easily 0 None
2005-07-19 Variant of a common protein plays a primary role in Type 2 diabetes and obesity 0 None
2005-07-19 Pineapple stems that show anti-tumour activity 0 1.5
2005-07-19 Important find will help design appropriate screening and therapy for women carrying fetuses impaired in their growth 0 None
2005-07-19 Australian discovery of adult stem cells in the uterus 0 None
2005-07-19 Less-invasive, laparascopic colon surgery appears to be safer 0 None
2005-07-19 Gene defect linked to heart disease 0 None
2005-07-19 New and more efficient target for antiangiogenic therapy 0 None
2005-07-19 Many paramedics do not get enough clinical experience in insertion of emergency breathing tubes 0 None
2005-07-19 Activist groups hinder important clinical trials of HIV medication 0 None
2005-07-19 Would boosting the oxytocin (OT) hormonal system lead to longer breast-feeding? 0 None
2005-07-19 Hormonal signaling systems and their role in sex drive 0 None
2005-07-18 First generation of HIV vaccines may be available within 10 years but availability doesn't guarantee uptake 0 None
2005-07-18 Smokers who give up are much less likely to lose their teeth prematurely 0 None
2005-07-18 New discovery could help in the fight against cancer 0 None
2005-07-18 Researchers have identified a protein that is crucially involved in how our memories are stored and processed 0 None
2005-07-18 We should be extra wary of making social blunders when we are under strain or fatigued 0 None
2005-07-18 New finding has potentially major implications for anti-angiogenic therapy 0 None
2005-07-18 Compound derived from cottonseed could help improve the effectiveness of chemotherapy at treating head and neck cancer 0 None
2005-07-18 Variations in the gene for protein kinase C beta 1 (PRKCB1) strongly associated with autism 0 None
2005-07-18 New treatment option for bad breath 0 None
2005-07-18 Scientists have identified a gene associated with both childhood and adult obesity 0 None
2005-07-18 Asthma may be linked to a decreased risk of brain cancer 0 None
2005-07-18 Ethical guidelines suggested for stem cell research in primates 0 None
2005-07-18 NIPA levels act as switch regulating cell division 0 None
2005-07-18 Oxytocin raises aggression, cuts anxiety during lactation 0 None
2005-07-17 Recipients of kidneys from living people are reluctant to accept them before discussions with their donors 0 None
2005-07-17 RNA dynamics may help in drug design 0 None
2005-07-17 Lipid helps cell wall protein fold into proper shape 0 None
2005-07-17 New research on atrial fibrillation 0 None
2005-07-14 Novel way in which the brain size of developing mammals may be regulated 0 None
2005-07-14 Video games can be useful in health care and research 0 None
2005-07-14 Five basic steps to help doctors identify and treat insomnia in elderly patients 0 None
2005-07-14 Complicated plasminogen system yields potential therapeutic target; Implications for aging and degenerative diseases 0 None
2005-07-14 For over 70's dual pacemakers no better 0 None
2005-07-14 Canadian researchers look at origins of social aggression 0 None
2005-07-13 Emergency physicians' fear of malpractice in evaluating patients with possible acute cardiac ischemia 0 None
2005-07-13 Single mutation in a human sodium channel gene can trigger pain in people with primary erythromelalgia 0 None
2005-07-13 Transplanted neural stem cells may serve not only as replacement cells for tissue repair, but in some circumstances may also protect the brain from inflammation 0 None
2005-07-13 New search method could aid in the discovery of biomarkers for breast cancer 0 None
2005-07-13 Researchers gain better understanding of how nerves need to be reconnected after spinal cord injury 0 None
2005-07-13 White blood cell called a neutrophil appears to be crucial to abdominal aortic aneurysm formation 0 4
2005-07-13 New method may accelerate the way cancer-causing genes are found 0 None
2005-07-13 Biologists determine structure of a common-cold virus 0 5
2005-07-13 Research looks at social blunders when we are under strain or fatigued 0 None
2005-07-13 Researchers identify six genes associated with lymphocytic bronchitis - could mean new test, treatments 0 None
2005-07-13 Blood testing links common foods and irritable bowel syndrome 0 None
2005-07-13 Abnormal heart rate variability is partially responsible for depression's effects in heart patients 0 None
2005-07-13 Research shows key difference between the eye's light-detecting system and the nose's odor-detecting system 0 None
2005-07-13 Our thirst for novelty begins in the eye itself 0 None
2005-07-13 Researchers modify software to predict gene transcription 0 None
2005-07-12 Bling Bling bacteria more dangerous! 0 None
2005-07-12 If strawberries weren't red they wouldn't cause allergies 0 None
2005-07-12 Serotonin may play a role in maintaining circadian rhythm 0 None
2005-07-12 Dopamine plays critical role in the modulation of sleep, wake, and arousal states 0 None
2005-07-12 New insights into brain cell metabolism from PET and MRI scans 0 None
2005-07-12 Researchers have pinpointed specific gene and protein over-production in metastatic melanoma 0 None
2005-07-12 Possible cure for Huntington's disease 0 None
2005-07-12 Outer lining of the umbilical cord is a rich source of stem cells 0 None
2005-07-12 X-ray crystallography images show how a protein called alpha-actinin performs molecular ballet 0 None
2005-07-11 Giving oxygen may do more harm than good 0 None
2005-07-11 Researchers find molecule ephrin-B3 inhibits regrowth of spinal nerve cells 0 None
2005-07-11 Size of the ventromedial prefrontal cortex (vmPFC) in the brain may be associated with the ability to recover emotionally from traumatic events 0 None
2005-07-11 Good news for curry wallahs, ingredient helps fight cancer 0 None
2005-07-11 Discovery of protein deficit that causes drug toxicity 0 None
2005-07-11 Keap1 protein - a promising new target for drugs to fight many different kinds of cancer 0 None
2005-07-11 New understanding of degeneration of brain cells in patients with Alzheimer's, Huntington's, and Parkinson's diseases 2 2
2005-07-11 Researchers discover genetically controlled brain mechanism responsible for social behavior in humans 0 None
2005-07-11 Researchers have discovered how p16 gene works 0 5
2005-07-11 ASTRO awards nearly $400,000 in research grants 0 None
2005-07-11 Lack of a blood clotting protein may protect against clogged arteries 0 None
2005-07-11 Newly discovered gene mutation may account for many cases of immune deficiency 0 5
2005-07-11 Research explains one of the fundamental mysteries of multiple sclerosis 0 None
2005-07-11 New approach to preventing or reversing heart failure 0 None
2005-07-07 Fat in the bloodstream linked to heart attacks 0 None
2005-07-06 Findings shed light on the underlying mechanisms that cause hypertension 0 None
2005-07-06 Researchers clarifiy role of Notch protein in T-cell development 0 None
2005-07-06 Patients suffering from oral cancer have increased levels of certain bacteria in their saliva 0 None
2005-07-06 Researchers discover sections of the chromosomes of lung cancer cells where cancer-related genes may lurk 0 None
2005-07-06 Researchers have discovered a key regulatory molecule for Huntington's disease 0 None
2005-07-06 Novel inhibitor offsets neurotoxic effects of tPA - possible new stroke treatments 0 None
2005-07-06 Fat adults more likely to have increased insulin resistance, a risk marker for Type 2 diabetes 0 None
2005-07-06 Research discovers new deadly link to sickle cell disease 0 None
2005-07-06 Evidence suggests that antibiotic use in agriculture has contributed to antibiotic resistance in the pathogenic bacteria of humans 0 None
2005-07-06 Urine testing may predict birthmarks 0 None
2005-07-06 Drug abusers are increasingly turning to a slow-release form of drug fentanyl 0 None
2005-07-06 Gamblers and addicts have a lot in common 0 None
2005-07-06 Discovery of genes that impact the development and function of blood stem cells 0 None
2005-07-06 Substantial public health impacts of 1990 invasion and occupation of Kuwait 0 None
2005-07-06 Potential novel treatment targets for the most common form of childhood epilepsy 0 None
2005-07-06 Functional analysis of human hematopoietic stem cell gene expression using zebrafish 0 None
2005-07-06 Cancer cells may be able to avoid destruction by anti-vascular and anti-angiogenesis agents 0 None
2005-07-06 Asthma and the Older Australian: What we know and what we need to do 0 None
2005-07-06 Drug therapy may be effective in treating both the manic and depressive phases of bipolar disorder 0 None
2005-07-06 Memory aids help people with schizophrenia remember things just as well as healthy people 0 None
2005-07-06 Showering in manganese-contaminated water could have permanent effects on the nervous system 0 None
2005-07-06 Exercise and back support improves balance in elderly 0 5
2005-07-06 Call for greater use of angiograms in Canada 0 None
2005-07-05 Disruption of a single gene, Nrf2, plays a critical role in determining the susceptibility to asthma 1 5
2005-07-05 It's the truth - pain hurts women more than men 0 None
2005-07-05 Withdrawn experimental drug found to reverse Parkinson's brain damage 0 None
2005-07-01 University of Michigan receives $10m grant for Alzheimer's research 0 None
2005-07-01 New drug to treat stroke complications tested in US for the first time as part of an international trial 0 None
2005-07-01 New study shows showering in manganese contaminated water could permanently affect the nervous system 0 None
2005-07-01 Preclinical data suggest CuraGen's Velafermin may protect the gastrointestinal tract and decrease associated toxicity following exposure to radiation 0 None
2005-07-01 New initiative to provide $600k to fund new research into Down Syndrome 0 None
2005-06-30 Experimental treatment regrows nerve fibres in patient suffering Parkinson's disease 0 None
2005-06-30 Researchers use imaging to gain better understanding of cancerous cell behaviour 0 None
2005-06-30 Researchers find enzyme vital for controlling the early stages of cell death 0 None
2005-06-30 Researchers have identified a highly specific pathway that causes inflammation in lung tissue 0 None
2005-06-30 Tai Chi can reduce falls in the elderly 0 None
2005-06-29 A new method for manipulating macromolecules 0 None
2005-06-29 Experimental drug for diabetes looks promising 0 None
2005-06-29 High blood pressure reduces life expectancy 0 5
2005-06-29 Saturated fats combined with genetic trait may make people more susceptible to type 2 diabetes 0 None
2005-06-29 Relationship between weight loss and health needs closer inspection 0 None
2005-06-28 Mammalian brain is far more plastic than previously thought and thus may be able to recover from serious brain injuries 0 None
2005-06-28 Grand Challenges in Global Health awards $450m to top scientists 0 None
2005-06-28 Vitamin C pretty useless when it comes to colds 0 None
2005-06-28 Reovirus-based therapy called "Reolysin" helps battle cancer 0 None
2005-06-28 Research into a protein for treatment of cancer brings prestigious award 0 None
2005-06-27 Researchers successfully treat laboratory model of a lysosomal storage disease called GM1 0 None
2005-06-27 Triplet pregnancies cost more than eight times as much as singleton pregnancies 0 None
2005-06-27 Simple analysis of a bone marrow transplant patient's oral rinse indicates whether infection will develop 0 None
2005-06-27 Brief course of chemotherapy after surgery should be the new standard of care around the world 0 None
2005-06-27 Breast cancer growth regulator sEGFR holds promise for more targeted treatment 0 None
2005-06-27 Enzyme known as cathepsin G may be a target for anti-inflammatory treatments 0 None
2005-06-27 Tricirbine may help fight cancers 0 None
2005-06-27 Technique called phylogenetic footprinting reveals new gene regulation system 0 None
2005-06-27 How can the U.S. health-care system prepare for the huge wave of dementia patients expected by 2010? 0 None
2005-06-27 OHSU scientists say low FOXP3 means fewer disease-fighting cells, but new drug may help multiple sclerosis 0 None
2005-06-27 Increasing stiffness of the aging eye may make older adults more susceptible to eye damage following trauma 0 None
2005-06-27 Researchers discover new molecular mechanism that may allow for stem cell-based therapies to treat eye disorders such as retinal degeneration 0 None
2005-06-27 New research raises the possibility that the risk of developing arsenic-related disease is not the same for everybody 0 None
2005-06-26 Unknown factors make Scots people more prone to heart disease 0 None
2005-06-26 Expression profiles and functional analyses of Wnt-related genes in human joint disorders 0 None
2005-06-26 Adult nasal spray helps teenagers cope with migraines 0 None
2005-06-23 Naturally produced 'cannabis' in the brain helps with pain relief 0 None
2005-06-23 Double whammy of chemo plus surgery extends life for lung cancer patients 0 None
2005-06-23 New drug delays the onset of diabetes 0 None
2005-06-21 Researchers develop method that can help doctors choose the best combination of drugs for fighting cancer 0 None
2005-06-21 Chemicals found in everyday products and food have subtle but potentially damaging effects on sperm fertility 0 None
2005-06-21 Research shows self-selected treatment, punishment reduces destructive behavior 0 None
2005-06-21 Researchers discover mechanism that causes a protein to clump together in brain cells of people with Parkinson's disease 0 None
2005-06-21 Researchers isolate substance most responsible for the tissue damage that follows initial spinal cord injury 0 None
2005-06-21 Breakthrough in understanding of children's brain development to help parents set kids on path to emotional, intellectual health 0 None
2005-06-21 Brain differences in bipolar disorder shown in MRI 0 3.5
2005-06-21 Rosetta Genomics identifies hundreds of novel human microRNAs 0 None
2005-06-21 Eggs from embryonic stem cells could benefit sterile women 0 4
2005-06-21 Motor skills: power for life 0 1
2005-06-21 Make friends, live longer 0 None
2005-06-20 Researchers use PET/CT for molecular imaging of the heart 0 None
2005-06-20 Obesity is associated with an impairment of coronary circulatory function 0 None
2005-06-20 Researchers demonstrate direct transfer of terminally differentiated cell nuclei 0 None
2005-06-20 Women are 2.5 times more likely than men to fear a visit to the dentist 0 None
2005-06-20 Researchers advance understanding of how the brain sorts physical sensations 0 None
2005-06-20 Zebrafish provides cancer researchers powerful new insights into the development of malignant melanoma 0 None
2005-06-20 Enzyme family plays role in Alzheimer's 0 None
2005-06-20 Fragile-X-syndrome research 0 4
2005-06-20 Researchers use novel cocktail of cells to coax muscle tissue to develop its own vascular network 0 None
2005-06-20 Australian researchers develop process that causes embryonic stem cells to develop into ovarian structures containing eggs 0 None
2005-06-20 Australian researchers at the forefront of an international project to identify genes associated with schizophrenia 0 None
2005-06-20 Many pitfalls of aging result from either older stem cells or stem cells responding to their older environment 0 None
2005-06-20 Baby wallaby bone development may hold key to human development 0 None
2005-06-20 Fruit juice, regular exercise, clean teeth and a drink in moderation, all help prevent Alzheimer's 0 None
2005-06-19 Melbourne researchers take head lice treatment to the world 0 None
2005-06-19 Cardiovascular researchers at the University of Oregon use new environmental chamber to investigate the body's response to stress 0 None
2005-06-19 First demonstration that reduced metabolic activity in the hippocampus may be used to help predict future Alzheimer's disease 0 None
2005-06-16 Specific genetic linkages to bipolar disorder 1 4.5
2005-06-16 Researchers explore the genetic roots of congenital diaphragmatic hernias 0 None
2005-06-16 Chronic insomnia medicines have not yet been rigorously evaluated for long-term use 0 None
2005-06-16 Scientists have tracked down the biological trigger that gives rise to Van Buchem disease 0 None
2005-06-16 Research challenges the evolutionary paradigm that continuous alterations occur during the course of genome evolution 0 None
2005-06-16 Immune system discovery could help in the treatment of bowel cancer 0 None
2005-06-16 Columbia University launches multi-year campaign to support stem cell researc 0 None
2005-06-16 Cockroach holds secret of women's fertility 0 None
2005-06-16 High exposure to the sun halves risk of prostate cancer 0 None
2005-06-16 Obese teens shed weight with combo diet, exercise, therapy and drug program 0 None
2005-06-16 Wonder drug attacks range of cancers 0 None
2005-06-16 Antifungal drug could improve lives of thousands of asthmatics 0 None
2005-06-15 First demonstration of a vaccine for Parkinson's 0 5
2005-06-15 Placebos can affect emotion as well relieving pain 0 None
2005-06-15 New research shows that genes exert powerful effect on sexual behavior 0 None
2005-06-15 Nicotine triggers the same neural pathways that give opiates their addictively rewarding properties 0 None
2005-06-15 Maryland's poor, African-American communities suffer disproportionate cancer risk from air pollution 0 None
2005-06-15 Classic movies could bring back lost memories for dementia sufferers 0 None
2005-06-15 Special stockings reduce DVT risk on long flights 0 None
2005-06-14 Arteries bio-engineered from elderly cells 0 None
2005-06-14 Research urges a new approach to cancer detection 0 None
2005-06-14 Adults can be retrained to learn second languages more easily 0 5
2005-06-14 Tetanus toxin may help fight depression, anxiety, anorexia and Parkinson's 0 None
2005-06-14 Fewer diabetics end up in hospital 0 None
2005-06-14 Anti-cancer drug may help prevent premature births 0 None
2005-06-13 Anti-cancer drug could be the first effective treatment for premature births 0 None
2005-06-13 Chemotherapy for brain tumors is boosted after vaccine targets resistance-related TRP-2 antigen 0 None
2005-06-13 BMA response to BBC research on alcohol and drug abuse among doctors 0 None
2005-06-13 Perceptual learning can have a cost 0 None
2005-06-13 Researchers may be on the verge of exploiting the vulnerabilities of a virus that causes cervical cancer 0 None
2005-06-13 Research accelerates the search for an effective cancer vaccine 0 None
2005-06-13 Circadian clock gene also plays pivotal role in drug addiction 0 None
2005-06-12 Tight glucose control lowers CVD by about 50 percent in diabetes 0 None
2005-06-12 Novel and more effective way of testing which gene mutations cause cancer 0 None
2005-06-12 Researchers describe emerging strategy for prevention, early treatment of Type 2 diabetes 0 None
2005-06-12 Researchers discover how microRNA are involved in the development of heart muscle 0 None
2005-06-12 Genetic variations predispose Mexican Americans to insulin resistance 0 None
2005-06-12 Link between PKC enzyme and kidney disease in diabetes confirmed 0 None
2005-06-12 Dendritic cell vaccination can dramatically speed up the immunization process 0 5
2005-06-12 Venom of marine cone snails may provide an improved treatment for neuropathic pain associated with diabetes 0 None
2005-06-12 New fungus-based pesticides zap out mozzies 0 3
2005-06-12 Poor diet during pregnancy increases risk of child being obese 0 None
2005-06-12 Exercise while you work in office of the future 0 None
2005-06-10 Link between hyperglycemia (high blood glucose), overexpression of PKC-beta 2 and kidney disease 0 None
2005-06-10 Researchers resurrect old technology to quickly and accurately identify deadly bacterial infections in hospital patients 0 None
2005-06-10 Finding could provide targets for diagnosis, prognosis, therapy of prostate cancer 0 None
2005-06-10 Researchers use RNAi libraries to identify regulators of apoptosis and chemoresistance 0 None
2005-06-10 Brain shrinkage appears to have no impact on an individual's capacity to think or learn 0 None
2005-06-10 No significant long-term benefit in administering immediate treatment to those with early epilepsy 0 None
2005-06-10 DNA discovery may help explain disorders such as autism 0 None
2005-06-10 Exercise helps recovery after chemotherapy for breast cancer 0 None
2005-06-10 Researchers discover how hepatic-C virus evades immune system in acute and chronic infections 0 None
2005-06-10 Researchers explain how ubiquitin function is determined 0 None
2005-06-10 Findings could lead to a new approach in diagnosing and treating Alzheimer’s disease 0 None
2005-06-09 Variations in genetic code affect social behavior 0 None
2005-06-09 US specialists call for heart patients to be screened for psychological distress 0 None
2005-06-09 Exposing SMA-affected cells to aminoglycoside drugs can increase SMN 0 None
2005-06-09 Experimental drug therapy could open new window for treatment of deadly stroke 0 None
2005-06-09 Research opens up new directions for studying prion diseases in humans 0 None
2005-06-09 Researchers determine potentially safer way to diagnose food allergy 0 None
2005-06-09 Physical activity in old age is beneficial for physical, cognitive and psychological health 0 5
2005-06-09 Promising new vaccine candidate to prevent middle ear infections 0 None
2005-06-09 Fundamental insights in how amyloid fibers form 0 None
2005-06-09 MicroRNAs play an important role in human cancer 0 None
2005-06-08 Density of breast tissue can directly influence tumour development 0 None
2005-06-08 Atrial fibrillation may soon have an effective treatment 0 None
2005-06-08 Discovery of molecular mechanism that seems to play an important role in Alzheimer's disease 0 None
2005-06-08 Researchers link aberrant 'microRNA' expression to human cancer 0 None
2005-06-08 Despite WHO/UNICEF push for “rooming-in,” mothers and babies being separated at birth 0 None
2005-06-08 Prototype drug shows promise in slowing replication of the virus responsible for SARS 0 None
2005-06-08 Eat raisins to fight gum disease! 0 None
2005-06-08 Novel targets found for the development of drugs to complement, or replace, statins 0 None
2005-06-08 Adult African-Americans have heavier hearts which can lead to serious heart disease 0 None
2005-06-08 Possible new treatment for chemobrain using the drug dexmethyphenidate (d-MPH) 0 5
2005-06-08 Omega-3 combined with propofol may lead to new drugs to treat breast cancer 0 None
2005-06-06 Simple blood test can quickly identify type of congestive heart failure 0 4
2005-06-06 Obesity epidemic connected to the unhealthy surge in type 2 diabetes cases, cardiovascular disease and other associated disorders 0 None
2005-06-06 Diversity of HLA genotypes in humans is shaped to a significant degree by pathogens 0 None
2005-06-06 New dopamine transporter gene findings may be relevant for substance abuse, tobacco smoking, and ADHD 0 None
2005-06-06 New process removes allergy potential from peanut products 0 None
2005-06-06 Verbal sexual content on TV more powerful than visual images 0 None
2005-06-06 Revolutionising medical imaging internationally 0 None
2005-06-06 New series of human drug targets available to all researchers 0 None
2005-06-06 Helmholtz Institute develops a new path to more effective antibiotics 0 None
2005-06-06 Cranberry juice may be effective in treating a number of gastrointestinal viruses 0 None
2005-06-06 Statisticians learn how to analyze huge quantities of genetic data 0 None
2005-06-06 Major advances in the global fight against eye disease 0 None
2005-06-06 Chocolate and exercise on the anti-obesity treadmill 0 None
2005-06-06 Researchers successfully image delivery and gene expression of DNA nanoparticles into lungs of CF mice 0 None
2005-06-06 Grandma was right an apple a day, if its a red one, keeps the doctor away 0 None
2005-06-06 Early to bed okay, but early to rise might not make Jack a bright boy 0 None
2005-06-06 Test accurately predicts aggressiveness of breast cancer 0 None
2005-06-06 Gene linked to lower breast cancer risk 0 None
2005-06-06 Dutch team shows cost effectiveness of heroin prescriptions 0 None
2005-06-06 A promising animal model demonstrates course of epilepsy 0 None
2005-06-05 Discovery will lead to more effective treatments for pulmonary arterial hypertension 0 None
2005-06-05 Suppression of growth hormone and related compounds beginning in early adulthood may delay the onset or progression of several types of cancer 0 None
2005-06-05 Toxic chemicals that poisoned your great-grandparents may also damage your health 0 None
2005-06-05 Curvy girls live longer than slim ones and laughter is still the best medicine 0 None
2005-06-03 Calorie restriction not the only way to increase longevity 0 None
2005-06-03 Gene research may help explain how adorable children become surly teenagers 0 None
2005-06-03 Research moves us closer to understanding how complicated network connections are wired up during embryonic development 0 None
2005-06-03 Genetics may play a role in the effectiveness of chemotherapy drugs 0 None
2005-06-03 Research findings suggest new treatment strategies for patients with cystic fibrosis 0 None
2005-06-03 Research shows how a virus uses the gene silencing machinery for its own infectious purposes 0 None
2005-06-03 Role of toxins in inherited disease 0 None
2005-06-03 Novel insights into how prion and other neurodegenerative diseases develop 0 None
2005-06-03 Research explains why Shigella and E. coli are rapidly becoming resistant to fluoroquinolones 0 None
2005-06-03 Consumption comes with a mental health cost 0 None
2005-06-03 Association between inflammation from knee injuries and a progressive loss of joint lubrication 0 None
2005-06-02 Most doctors and patients misbelieve that a nebulizer is more effective than an inhaler for asthma 0 None
2005-06-02 HIV/AIDS drugs may also be effective against malaria 0 None
2005-06-02 Alarming trends among steroid users 0 None
2005-06-02 New research shows that threatened drug treatments slow damage to the brain caused by dementia 0 None
2005-06-02 Novel strategy proves highly effective in killing drug-resistant multiple myeloma cells 0 None
2005-06-02 Survey finds only 3 percent of prospective dentists plan to work exclusively in NHS 0 None
2005-06-02 Researcher develops compounds to control bacteria 0 None
2005-06-02 Ageing and Health publication by the Medical Research Council highlights groundbreaking work on the ageing process 0 None
2005-06-02 The bacteria that cause food poisoning, bubonic plague, and whooping cough all deploy the same weapon to infect the body 0 None
2005-06-01 Autism community knows there is no one-size-fits-all approach 0 None
2005-06-01 Interconnections between different parts of the brain are dynamic and not static 0 None
2005-06-01 Day care facilities are a significant source for indoor allergens 0 None
2005-06-01 New technique will enhance understanding of little-understood vision phenomenon 0 None
2005-06-01 University of Exeter researchers discover a stroll could help break your smoking habit 0 None
2005-06-01 Short term high pollution concentrations linked to dangerous heart arrhythmias 0 None
2005-06-01 Harmful chemicals may reprogram gene response to estrogen 0 None
2005-06-01 Early surgical removal of the spleen combined with antiangiogenic cancer therapy may halt the progression of leukemia 0 None
2005-06-01 Choose life: putting some extra marketing spin on public health 0 None
2005-06-01 Research shows smoking bans unlikely to affect business in Canada 0 None
2005-06-01 Short bouts of very intense exercise improved muscle health and performance comparable to several weeks of traditional endurance training 0 None
2005-06-01 Scientists bridge major gap in prostate cancer research 0 None
2005-06-01 Newly discovered gene could provide targets for diabetes therapies 0 None
2005-06-01 Diagnostic test for Lou Gehrig's disease 0 3.5
2005-06-01 Lafora disease can be caused by mutations in a gene that regulates the concentration of the protein laforin 0 3
2005-06-01 Hypertension, diabetes and obesity are important independent predictors of increased complications for patients undergoing major joint replacement surgery 0 None
2005-06-01 New Calcitonin drug delivery research holds promise for osteoporosis sufferers 0 None
2005-05-31 Environment factors can interact with genetics to increase disease risk 0 None
2005-05-31 Long-haul flights, length of time under anesthesia increase risk of developing blood clots 0 None
2005-05-31 Is there a link between cell phones and brain tumors? 0 None
2005-05-31 New approach to inhibiting blood vessel growth or angiogenesis 0 None
2005-05-31 Those old crooners were right, love really can make you crazy 0 None
2005-05-30 Blood abnormality, sickle cell trait, gives added protection to children from malaria 1 None
2005-05-30 Exposure to pharmaceutical estrogen during fetal development can permanently "reprogram" tissue in a way that determines whether tumors will develop in adulthood 0 None
2005-05-30 New gene shows way for autoimmune disease 0 None
2005-05-30 Latest patterns of medication use in the U.S. 0 None
2005-05-30 Research will benefit inhaler-users 0 None
2005-05-30 New finding in studying dopamine transporter 0 None
2005-05-30 Chemicals in food packaging linked to breast cancer 0 None
2005-05-29 Fizzy drinks are the main source of calories in the U.S. 0 None
2005-05-29 Whole-body positron emission tomography/computed tomography scans may help physicians identify malignant cancerous tumors 0 None
2005-05-29 Adolescent depression can be as high as 20 percent 0 None
2005-05-29 Discovery may lead to therapies to treat the neurological disease 0 None
2005-05-29 A new technique might allow women diagnosed with cancer the opportunity to have children when chemotherapy and radiation treatments rob them of their fertility 0 None
2005-05-26 One in five patients hospitalized for heart attack experiences a major depression 0 None
2005-05-26 How the human brain can learn without thinking 0 None
2005-05-26 Long-lasting depression more common among blacks and Mexican American 0 None
2005-05-26 Is winter flu worse because of exercise-induced 'window of susceptibility'? 0 None
2005-05-26 U.S. House of Representatives approve two bills on stem-cell research 0 None
2005-05-26 'Bad' metabolism cloggs up arteries 0 None
2005-05-26 Researchers discover way to reduce plaque deposits on the brain that could slow the progression of Alzheimer's disease 0 None
2005-05-26 Direct link between inefficient metabolism and atherosclerosis 0 None
2005-05-26 Increase in heart surgery mortality from SSRIs or depression? 0 None
2005-05-26 Research provides roadmap for the development of human therapies for cytomegalovirus (CMV) 0 None
2005-05-26 Tobacco use persists after liver transplant for alcoholic liver disease 0 None
2005-05-26 HIPAA privacy rule makes it harder, costlier to do research that improves the quality of medical care 0 None
2005-05-26 Researchers pinpoint circuit in the brain responsible for encoding decision-making 0 None
2005-05-26 Most serious side effects in statins may be higher in one of the newest drugs, rosuvastatin (Crestor) 0 2.9
2005-05-26 'Brown fat cells' hold clues for possible obesity treatments 0 None
2005-05-26 Researchers have succeeded in mapping the unique patterns of neural activity produced by a wide range of odors 0 4
2005-05-26 Protein, called "eed," crucial to the regulation of genes in embryonic stem cells 0 None
2005-05-26 Breathing disorders during sleep are common among asthmatics 0 None
2005-05-26 Familiar songs act as strong memory cues 0 None
2005-05-26 Patients with metabolic syndrome and moderate calcium levels in the coronary arteries have greater chance of blocked arteries 0 None
2005-05-26 Comprehension of metaphors down to brain region called angular gyrus 0 5
2005-05-25 Statin drugs prescribed for heart disease also reduce the risk of colon cancer 0 None
2005-05-25 Protein TRPA1 essential for hearing also vital for pain perception 0 None
2005-05-25 Everything may shrink as you get older but your bladder says the same 0 None
2005-05-24 Team IDs mechanism for multiplying adult stem cells 0 None
2005-05-24 Scots confused about emergency services 0 None
2005-05-24 No link found between hair dyes and cancers 0 None
2005-05-24 Researchers discover genetic trigger that plays a key role in cancer of the oesophagus 0 None
2005-05-24 Medical Research Council funds research to look at cannabis based medicines in multiple sclerosis treatment 0 None
2005-05-24 Breastfeeding is as good for children's blood pressure as exercise and dietary salt restriction 0 None
2005-05-24 A diet rich in milk does not increase the risk of heart disease and stroke 0 None
2005-05-23 New research suggests college students who regularly get drunk have a higher risk of injuries 0 None
2005-05-23 The National Infertility Association joins infertility groups to Support Stem Cell Research Enhancement Act 0 None
2005-05-23 University of Pittsburgh psychiatrist urges more rigor in clinical research and careful wording when reporting results 0 None
2005-05-23 Activation of thermoreceptors mediates raw garlic's burning pungency 0 None
2005-05-23 International Committee of Medical Journal Editors updates requirements for clinical trials registry 0 None
2005-05-23 Metabolic syndrome prevalent in heart attack patients 0 None
2005-05-23 Anti-inflammatory protein annexin 1 may protect patients from the detrimental effects of severe inflammatory response syndrome 0 None
2005-05-23 Obesity appears to increase the risk of prostate cancer 0 None
2005-05-23 Sarcasm the lowest form of wit demands the highest functions of the brain 0 5
2005-05-23 Incretin hormones, a new wave of promising diabetes research 0 None
2005-05-23 Bone loss reduced by blocking body's cannabis-like substances 0 None
2005-05-23 Findings demonstrate that abnormal expression of the BCL6 gene causes lymphoma 0 None
2005-05-23 Mental health literacy in rural areas could reduce homophobia-linked suicides 0 None
2005-05-23 Major step forward in stem cell research 0 None
2005-05-23 Investigational device-based therapies will lead to entirely new treatment options for chronic depression sufferers 0 None
2005-05-23 Long-term outcomes studied for stem cell transplant recipients 0 None
2005-05-23 Israeli psychologists draw conclusions from how brain-damaged people comprehend sarcasm - or not 0 None
2005-05-22 Hydroxycitric acid delays intestinal glucose absorption - indirect insulin/sugar effect could point to therapeutic effect 0 3
2005-05-22 Commonly prescribed incontinence drug may help control symptoms of overactive bladder 0 None
2005-05-22 Researchers have isolated two biomarkers for interstitial cystitis (IC) 0 None
2005-05-22 New insight into the machinery cells use to internalize cell surface receptors 0 None
2005-05-22 Discovery may lead to new drugs to treat cancer, control fertility 0 None
2005-05-22 Sunshine makes you feel good and may also help fight cancers 0 None
2005-05-20 Novel way of administering an anti-cancer drug to bone-marrow transplant patients using continuous infusion 0 None
2005-05-20 Crucial to develop set of protections for women who donate eggs to stem cell research 0 None
2005-05-20 Researchers generate patient-specific stem cells 0 None
2005-05-20 Judges perceive child witnesses as being more honest than adults when testifying in court 0 None
2005-05-20 Nurture as important as nature in developing ability for flexible self-control 0 None
2005-05-20 So you thought that smell was cheese! 0 None
2005-05-20 Researchers find first gene for inherited testicular cancer in mice 0 None
2005-05-20 Extolling the safety of childhood vaccinations may only serve to strengthen the positions of those philosophically opposed to them 0 None
2005-05-20 New MRI techniques may help patients avoid knee surgery 0 None
2005-05-20 Cetuximab (Erbitux) can battle cancer and prolong life in many patients with advanced colorectal cancer 0 None
2005-05-20 Basic brain mechanism that causes drug-seeking behavior 0 None
2005-05-20 Disease progression model of pancreatic cancer developed 0 None
2005-05-20 Bacteria in plaque may increase risk for heart attacks 0 None
2005-05-20 Narcotic medications can safely and effectively ease severe, chronic pain in older people 0 None
2005-05-18 Impact of oral contraceptives not immediately reversible after discontinuation 0 None
2005-05-18 Nutritional composition of a mother’s breast milk may depend not just on her diet - but on her genes 0 None
2005-05-18 Australia to establish a national clinical trials register 0 None
2005-05-18 Researchers prevent post-traumatic brain damage using experimental drug 0 None
2005-05-18 Radioimmunotherapy streamlines non-Hodgkin's lymphoma treatment 0 None
2005-05-18 Nutrition gene key in regulating immune system 0 None
2005-05-18 Unrestrained retina too much of a good thing 0 None
2005-05-17 Chronic stress can be harmful - to your health and also to your brain 0 None
2005-05-17 Jefferson researcher’s results show promise for metastatic eye melanoma 0 None
2005-05-17 Smoking may have a devastating effect on gastrointestinal health 0 None
2005-05-17 Scientists have uncovered a new method the immune system uses to label foreign invaders as targets to be attacked 0 None
2005-05-17 Pills made from the plant kudzu may help binge drinkers lose the urge 0 None
2005-05-17 Lower doses of chemo just as effective in childhood cancers 0 None
2005-05-17 More research needed into access to emergency contraception 0 None
2005-05-17 No serious health risk for commuters on London's Underground 0 None
2005-05-17 Rifaximin is effective in preventing attacks of diarrhea 0 None
2005-05-17 Routinely reformatting computed tomography (CT) scans to view organs from several different directions may help radiologists improve diagnosis 0 None
2005-05-17 Chronic exposure to noise and carbon monoxide in the workplace induces hearing loss 0 None
2005-05-17 Researchers create the first mouse model that develops a lymphoma the same way that humans do 0 None
2005-05-17 Engineers have found a way to modify a plastic to anchor molecules that promote nerve regeneration, blood vessel growth or other biological processes 0 None
2005-05-17 SU11248 drug show promise against neuroendocrine tumors-stubborn cancers that respond poorly to chemotherapy 0 3
2005-05-17 Patients with suspicious axillary lymph nodes in their breasts should first undergo ultrasound-guided fine-needle aspiration to avoid unnecessary surgery 0 None
2005-05-17 MDCT overtakes ventilation-perfusion lung scan for diagnosing pulmonary embolism 0 None
2005-05-16 Antibody combined with cancer drug shows promise against breast tumors 0 None
2005-05-16 Drugs that block the enzyme Odc prevent the onset of cancers 0 None
2005-05-16 Statin chemoprevention with minimal surveillance could prevent 96 percent of colon cancers 0 None
2005-05-16 Scientists discover how excess body fat can lead to the onset of diabetes 0 None
2005-05-16 St. John's Wort only minimally effective in relieving major depression 0 None
2005-05-16 Bevacizumab (Avastin) combined with low-dose chemotherapy slows ovarian cancer 0 None
2005-05-16 More health benefits from green tea 0 None
2005-05-16 Exaggerated blood pressure reaction to mental stress predicts cardiovascular risk 0 None
2005-05-16 Physical fitness and regular exercise reduces a major predictor of cardiovascular disease 0 None
2005-05-16 Hour of day and time of year has significant impact on blood pressure levels 0 None
2005-05-16 Significant non-coronary findings found during heart CT scans point to importance of trained radiologists 0 None
2005-05-16 Use of CT angiograms (CTAs) may be too high 0 None
2005-05-16 Accuracy of CT colonography is excellent in comparison with conventional colonoscopy for colorectal cancer screening 0 None
2005-05-16 Colon cancer patients who took aspirin regularly fared better after surgery 0 None
2005-05-16 Botox injections decrease drooling in children with neurologic impairments 0 None
2005-05-15 Molecule found in liver cells could explain a lot about the relationship between diet, lipid levels in blood, and atherosclerosis 0 None
2005-05-15 75,000 children end up in hospital emergency rooms due to trampoline injuries 0 None
2005-05-15 Walking can cut craving for a cigarette 0 None
2005-05-15 Anti-nicotine vaccine to help smokers is promising 0 None
2005-05-15 Unsuspected protein CD147, regulates the production of plaque-forming peptides that are the defining feature of Alzheimer's 0 None
2005-05-15 Rearing sea sponges that contain substances of interest to the pharmaceutical industry 0 None
2005-05-15 Gum disease patients ignore dentist advice 0 None
2005-05-15 High nighttime blood pressure linked to increased blood sugar levels 0 None
2005-05-15 Discovery of new genes involved in the development of cancer 0 None
2005-05-15 Older people appear better able than younger people to pick their battles 0 None
2005-05-15 Researchers to explore genome of disease-fighting fungus 0 None
2005-05-15 Research findings help predict risk of blood clots in women receiving tamoxifen therapy for breast cancer 0 None
2005-05-15 Black cohosh does not reduce hot flashes in women 0 None
2005-05-15 Drug trio increases survival rate in head and neck cancers 0 None
2005-05-15 Counting number of endothelial cells in blood may predict cancer treatment's effectiveness 0 None
2005-05-15 Herceptin could be used safely for bladder cancer 0 None
2005-05-12 Miserable mumps makes a comeback 0 None
2005-05-12 No link between MMR jab and Crohn's disease 0 None
2005-05-11 Commonly used drugs raise the risk of cardiac problems 0 None
2005-05-11 Researchers identify mechanism which increases lung inflammation, making Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disorder (COPD) more severe 0 None
2005-05-11 Research reveals atomic structure of angiopoietin-2, a key protein involved in the neo-vascularization of solid tumors 0 4
2005-05-11 Insulin - possible vaccine against type 1 diabetes 0 None
2005-05-11 New predictor for blood transplant success 0 None
2005-05-11 Increased risk of sudden cardiac death from some non-cardiac drugs 0 None
2005-05-11 Discovery may pave way for immunotherapies for prostate cancer 0 None
2005-05-11 Aspirin aids recovery following heart bypass surgery 0 None
2005-05-10 Sleeping pills and soda don't mix 0 None
2005-05-10 Discovery reveals how stem cells can be used to help repair acute spinal cord damage 0 None
2005-05-10 Vaccine against Alzheimer's disease may still be on the cards 0 None
2005-05-10 Call for action on static Australian breastfeeding rates 0 None
2005-05-10 Discovery of a fundamental new route into cells may lead to new methods of drug delivery 0 None
2005-05-10 Research offers new molecular approaches to therapies for the most deadly cancers 0 None
2005-05-10 Polypill improves survival rates for heart disease sufferers 1 3
2005-05-10 A new approach to prevent cancer 0 None
2005-05-10 Obesity appears to worsen and possibly cause asthma 0 None
2005-05-10 Cataract treatment in the blink of an eye 0 None
2005-05-10 Research proves the dangers of salt 0 None
2005-05-10 Help needed for chronic care 0 None
2005-05-10 Creative thinking: try lying down 0 None
2005-05-09 Green laser pointers can cause visible harm to the eye's retina 0 5
2005-05-09 Scientists inhibit tumor formation 0 None
2005-05-09 Cocaine use increases the risk of coronary aneurysms 0 None
2005-05-09 Many lives may be saved by new blood test for ovarian cancer 0 None
2005-05-09 Gesturing while you talk linked to better speaking 0 None
2005-05-09 New fat is needed to clear old fat from the system 1 None
2005-05-09 'Wee dram' is good for you! 0 None
2005-05-09 "Among middle-aged African-Americans, there's this huge fear of falling" 0 None
2005-05-09 Metabolic syndrome costing four times that for all other patients 0 None
2005-05-09 "Anxiety Gene" linked to depression, makes the body out of tune 0 None
2005-05-08 Persistent use of ecstasy leads to a loss of everyday memory 0 None
2005-05-08 Researchers identify new areas of gene regulation 0 None
2005-05-08 Simple and efficient method for creation of novel protein functions in an existing protein scaffold 0 None
2005-05-08 Researchers develop promising new gene network analysis method 0 None
2005-05-08 Promising new molecular targets and treatment approaches for some of the most malignant brain tumors 0 None
2005-05-08 Nutritious cranberries good for the heart as well 0 None
2005-05-05 Chronic kidney disease linked to a single gene mutation 0 None
2005-05-05 Stem-cell breakthrough gives new hope for IVF treatments 1 None
2005-05-05 Scientists take aim at virulent bacteria by decoding machinery of key control enzyme 0 None
2005-05-05 Research is first to test effectiveness of a new patch for treating ADHD 0 None
2005-05-05 Tollbooth ventilation system effective in protecting workers from traffic air pollution 0 None
2005-05-05 Drug safety in the doctor’s office - nearly half of patients have lapses in monitoring 0 None
2005-05-05 Cranberries good for the heart 0 None
2005-05-05 Serious concerns about the use of morphine in heart patients 2 5
2005-05-05 Does clinical depression bring about chronic pain? Or does pain lead to depression? 0 None
2005-05-04 RADAR may have already saved hundreds of thousands of lives 0 None
2005-05-04 Penn researchers demonstrate that a metabolic enzyme works through the tumor-suppressor protein p53 to control cellular replication 0 None
2005-05-04 Different consultants mean different lengths of stay in hospitals 0 None
2005-05-04 New GP contract may not improve treatment for heart failure patients 0 None
2005-05-04 Pharmacogenomics used to treat inherited kidney disorder of children 0 None
2005-05-04 Specific variants of genes predict bleeding after heart surgery 0 None
2005-05-04 Scalpel-free surgery could reduce risk of HIV and Hepatitis exposure for health care workers in city hospitals 0 None
2005-05-04 Impact of acupuncture goes beyond the acknowledged placebo effect 0 None
2005-05-04 Researchers unravel how nature releases the torque built up in DNA at the molecular level 0 None
2005-05-04 Newly identified fly genes provide clue to tumour growth 0 None
2005-05-04 Researchers develop new method for facile identification of proteins in bacterial cells 0 None
2005-05-04 Glucose byproduct prevents brain damage after diabetic coma 0 None
2005-05-04 Vaccine developed at Rockefeller University boosts natural killer T cells in patients with cancer 0 None
2005-05-04 Research suggests potential new strategies for fighting age-related vascular disease 0 None
2005-05-03 Mutated gene causes serious heart disease in newborns 0 None
2005-05-03 Diabetes researchers look at pizza to find slow and steady insulin delivery wins the race 0 None
2005-05-03 Young teens are far busier sexually than we might like to think 0 None
2005-05-03 Monitoring program has successfully identified a large number of previously unknown, serious and often-fatal drug reactions 0 None
2005-05-03 Researchers make new advances in determining the structure of all possible DNA sequences 0 5
2005-05-03 Researchers have successfully induced adult heart-muscle cells to divide and multiply 0 None
2005-05-03 Critical lock and key mechanism found for the assembly of tumor blood vessels 0 None
2005-05-03 Scientists dramatically slow organ transplant rejection 0 None
2005-05-02 College freshies show weaker immune responses 0 None
2005-05-02 When it comes to low fat diets - all are not equal! 0 None
2005-05-02 Vitamin C may help unborn of mothers who smoke 0 None
2005-05-02 Food fried in vegetable oil contains a highly toxic compound - HNE (4-hydroxy-trans-2-nonenal) 0 5
2005-05-02 New drug may help treat certain forms of leukemia 0 None
2005-05-02 Transcendental meditation promotes a healthier, longer life 0 None
2005-05-02 Research provides new insight into how individual genes control regeneration 0 None
2005-05-02 Cell phone base stations change brain currents and cause unwellness 0 None
2005-05-02 HIV treatment not affected by hormonal birth control 0 None
2005-05-02 Discovery could ease the pain of sensitive teeth 0 None
2005-05-02 Defects in gene called RyR2 cause malfunctions in the heart's electrical system 0 None
2005-05-02 Blocking the COX-1 enzyme might be the answer in ovarian cancer treatment 0 None
2005-05-02 Little known enzyme ACAT2 appears to be a factor in cardiovascular disease 0 None
2005-05-01 Specific behaviors seen in infants can predict autism, new research shows 0 None
2005-05-01 Use of agricultural insecticides linked to lasting neurological problems for farmers 0 None
2005-05-01 Asthma and diabetes sufferers could benefit nano-particle research 0 None
2005-05-01 Prenatal exposure to cocaine effects problem-solving later in life 0 None
2005-05-01 Age-related macular degeneration is triggered, possibly by an infection 0 None
2005-05-01 Computerized tools for diagnosing heart attack could be inaccurate in some people 0 None
2005-05-01 Vitamin C may have potential to counteract negative impacts of smoking in unborn babies 0 None
2005-05-01 Blocking the COX-1 enzyme might prevent and treat the most common and fatal form of ovarian cancer 0 None
2005-05-01 Researchers determine mechanism of action of chemotherapy drug motexafin gadolinium 0 None
2005-05-01 Antibiotic minocycline might help alleviate HIV's negative effects on the brain and central nervous system 0 None
2005-05-01 Obese people - add yet another worry to the list 0 None
2005-05-01 Pollutants appear to have an affect on sex chromosome 0 None
2005-04-28 Researchers show protein's role in stopping bacterial-induced inflammation 0 None
2005-04-28 Research may re-define management of heart failure in diabetes 0 None
2005-04-28 Cancer treatment - timing is everything 0 None
2005-04-28 New centre launched to investigate link between human sugars and disease 0 None
2005-04-28 Highly refined soybean oil does not cause reactions in people who are allergic to soybeans 0 None
2005-04-28 Taking extra vitamin D and calcium will not prevent fractures in seniors 0 None
2005-04-28 Potential for brain stem cells to be used to cure diabetes 0 None
2005-04-27 Ginkgo beneficial for multiple sclerosis symptoms 0 5
2005-04-27 Sleeping too little or too much may increase risk of diabetes 0 None
2005-04-27 Research offers hope for treatment of age-related blindness 0 None
2005-04-27 Actor-patients' requests for medications boost prescribing for depression 0 None
2005-04-27 Molecular switch may help fight off MRSA 0 None
2005-04-27 Researchers zero in on sleep gene 0 None
2005-04-27 Molecular mechanism that desensitizes us to cold, discovered 0 None
2005-04-27 Common chest X-ray in the elderly can reveal osteoporosis 0 None
2005-04-27 Scientists add an important piece to the intricate puzzle of type-1 diabetes 0 None
2005-04-27 Antibiotics do not prevent heart attacks 0 None
2005-04-27 Trauma a frequent experience on American Indian reservations 0 None
2005-04-27 Natural glucose byproduct prevents brain damage and cognitive impairment after diabetic coma 0 None
2005-04-27 National clinical trial examines new option for kidney cancer patients 0 None
2005-04-27 Angiogenesis : Blocking tumor growth and treating infarction - a new target 0 4.5
2005-04-27 Report reveals urgent need to improve physical health of people with Schizophrenia 0 None
2005-04-26 Guidelines for research involving human embryonic stem cells 0 None
2005-04-26 Search for new multiple sclerosis drug 0 None
2005-04-26 Physical activity appears to inhibit Alzheimer's 0 4
2005-04-26 Race differences in average IQ are largely genetic 284 4.6
2005-04-26 P12 protein influences key cell-signaling pathway 0 None
2005-04-25 Herceptin provides hope to new breast cancer sufferers 0 None
2005-04-25 Gene therapy for Alzheimer's disease shows promise 0 None
2005-04-25 New drug combo helps prevent strokes 0 None
2005-04-25 Simple actions could wipe out heart risks for Asian diabetics 0 None
2005-04-25 Important new finding about the brain and its stem cells 0 5
2005-04-25 Risk scores may identify young individuals with atherosclerosis 0 None
2005-04-24 Pattern of gene expression predicts multiple drug resistance, treatment failure in pediatric leukemia 0 None
2005-04-23 Increasing benefit seen in novel drug AMN107, that treats Gleevec resistance 0 None
2005-04-23 Smad7 protein levels may predict prostate cancer therapy response 0 None
2005-04-23 Testing new manic depression drugs in slime mould 0 None
2005-04-23 Drinking wine or beer has same result: higher blood pressure 0 None
2005-04-23 Enlarged waist + elevated triglycerides = heart, stroke risks for women 0 None
2005-04-23 Obesity sends Type 2 diabetes rates in children soaring 0 None
2005-04-23 Canadian Diabetes Association, UBC partner on funding for childhood diabetes research 0 None
2005-04-23 Demoralization: A syndrome which should not be confused with depression 0 None
2005-04-23 Do psychotropic drugs cure mental disease? 0 None
2005-04-23 Phobias and panic can be treated with internet-guided self-help 0 None
2005-04-23 Do life events precede the onset of heart attacks? 0 None
2005-04-23 Could diabetes drug prevent cancer? 0 None
2005-04-23 Stem cells from adults may cause cancer 0 5
2005-04-22 Nanoparticles reveal tiny cancerous tumors 0 None
2005-04-22 Using X-ray crystallography, researchers have "seen" the structural basis for antibiotic resistanc 1 None
2005-04-22 Exposure to air pollutants increases the risk of fatal myocardial infarction 0 None
2005-04-22 Researchers make gains in understanding antibiotic resistance 0 None
2005-04-22 Genetic variation linked to alcohol dependence 0 None
2005-04-22 Scientists weaponize an antibody to deliver continuous attacks on cancer cells 0 None
2005-04-22 Propensity for obesity, diabetes may occur in utero 0 None
2005-04-22 New strategy to identify differences between non-metastatic and highly metastatic breast cancer cells 0 None
2005-04-21 First time video capture of chemical signals that traverse human cells messaging 0 None
2005-04-21 Body's 24-hour internal clock linked to obesity and diabetes 0 None
2005-04-21 Strongest evidence yet that infectious misformed proteins cause mad cow disease 0 None
2005-04-21 Gene may boost schizophrenia risk 0 None
2005-04-21 Genes influence how heart failure patients respond to drugs 0 None
2005-04-21 Golfers "yips" possibly a movement disorder 0 None
2005-04-21 Dundee Diabetes Research Centre in Scotland 0 None
2005-04-20 Overweight not as bad as once thought 0 None
2005-04-20 Inherited variations in mitochondrial DNA linked to renal and prostate cancer 0 None
2005-04-20 Soccer players most at risk of injury 0 None
2005-04-20 Trusts perform better on chemical incidents but protective suits and tents still imperfect 0 None
2005-04-20 Researchers study radiation blockers while conducting nuclear imaging of Iodine uptake in mouse tissues 0 None
2005-04-20 Eating lots of fish during and after pregnancy reduces daughters' risk of developing breast cancer 0 None
2005-04-20 RNA interference permanently silences key breast cancer gene 0 None
2005-04-20 New gene linked to familial cancer 0 None
2005-04-20 Reducing expression of a gene called BRCC36 makes breast cancer cells more responsive to ionizing radiation 0 None
2005-04-20 Selenium will have critical role in prostate cancer treatment 0 None
2005-04-20 Breast cancer gene may play a major role in the recurrence of prostate cancer 0 None
2005-04-20 Arthritis medications (methotrexate and leflunomide) commonly used in adults are safe and effective in children 0 None
2005-04-20 Louder neurons drown out their quieter neighbors 0 None
2005-04-20 Discovery of brain's first known 'safety circuit' gives new perspective on anxiety disorders 0 5
2005-04-20 Insights could yield new approaches to nerve regeneration 0 None
2005-04-20 Cigarette smoking may contribute to the progression of multiple sclerosis 0 None
2005-04-20 Gene that plays a key role in brain wiring 0 None
2005-04-20 Electroshock therapy speeds improvement in schizophrenia patients 0 5
2005-04-20 Johns Hopkins ACG risk adjustment system to be used in Spain, Portugal 0 None
2005-04-20 Brain-injury rehabilitation depends on acetylcholine circuitry 0 None
2005-04-20 Researchers find ovarian cancer patients who appear to respond better than others to gefitinib, or Iressa 0 None
2005-04-20 New drug, RAD001, shown to stop the growth of ovarian cancer cells 0 None
2005-04-20 Football is the sport most likely to cause neck injury 0 None
2005-04-20 Men estimate men's risks of common disorders higher than women do, and vice versa 0 None
2005-04-20 Breakthrough technology to detect cancer 0 None
2005-04-20 Innovative urine test for highly specific prostate cancer gene shows promise 0 None
2005-04-19 A simple spit test could predict cancers 0 None
2005-04-19 Baby hormone reduces risk of breast cancer 0 None
2005-04-19 Have a laugh a day, it will do you good ! 0 None
2005-04-19 Searching for the right pharmaceutical agent: survival as the indicator 0 None
2005-04-19 Researchers identify marker of heart disease in low-birthweight babies 0 None
2005-04-19 Researchers find promising cancer-fighting power of synthetic cell-signaling molecule 0 None
2005-04-19 Ancient protein could be critical to stopping the uncontrolled division of tumor cells that cause cancer 0 None
2005-04-19 Short segments of sugar chains useful in search for new drugs for Alzheimer's 0 None
2005-04-19 Researchers insert engineered human stem cells into the spinal cords of ALS-afflicted rats 0 None
2005-04-19 Paramedics need family support services 0 None
2005-04-19 Marker of heart disease in low-birthweight babies identified 0 None
2005-04-19 Drugs targeted at muscle cells can be of use in the treatment of diabetes patients with insulin resistance 0 None
2005-04-19 Tea may be a simple, inexpensive means of preventing diabetes 0 None
2005-04-19 Compound derived from cottonseed oil could help improve the effectiveness of chemotherapy at treating head and neck cancer 0 None
2005-04-19 Method shows how precisely gene expression signals are copied in DNA replication 0 None
2005-04-19 Herbal remedies and arthritis drugs can be a potentially dangerous mix 0 None
2005-04-19 Smoking doubles the risk of macular degeneration 0 None
2005-04-19 Asian women living in England and Wales have a substantially lower risk of breast cancer than other women 0 None
2005-04-19 Key discovery about non-Hodgkin lymphoma 0 None
2005-04-19 Sex, age and sun exposure linked to frequency of sunburns 0 None
2005-04-19 Dermatologists use patterns to recognize melanoma 0 None
2005-04-19 Prisoners executed by lethal injection in the US may have experienced awareness and unnecessary suffering because they were not properly sedated 0 None
2005-04-19 Japanese researchers reverse diabetes 0 None
2005-04-19 Exercise variety - not intensity - appears to reduce some Alzheimer's disease risk 0 None
2005-04-19 Novel liquid adhesive made from a protein found in human tissue effective in sealing corneal wounds 0 None
2005-04-19 Alternate view for pathology of Alzheimer's disease 0 None
2005-04-19 Australian researchers develop safer and more effective aspirin 0 None
2005-04-19 Gene expression pattern predicts multiple drug resistance 0 1
2005-04-19 Stress can give the immune system a beneficial boost 0 None
2005-04-19 Researchers determine structure of binding site of colon-cancer drug Erbitux and its protein target 0 None
2005-04-13 New approach to fighting cancer, based on nanoscale particles 0 None
2005-04-13 Link between insomnia and obesity 0 None
2005-04-13 People with essential tremor are more likely to develop dementia 0 None
2005-04-13 Worship may help slow the progression of Alzheimer's disease 0 None
2005-04-13 Problem gambling associated with brain impairments 0 None
2005-04-13 Researchers show why mutations in a certain few genes, such as the p53 tumor suppressor gene, are found in different cancers 0 None
2005-04-13 Common genetic mutation that increases the risk of inheriting Hirschsprung disease 0 None
2005-04-13 Scientists identifiy protein that seems to control the malignant features of brain tumor cells 0 None
2005-04-13 Breakthough in stem cell research - three clones of cells from existing human embryonic stem cells 0 None
2005-04-12 Statins used before or after strokes improve outcomes 0 None
2005-04-12 Chemical library aids in developing drug system for nerve damage 0 None
2005-04-12 Grandmother smoking can cause childrens asthma 0 None
2005-04-12 Fish and soy oil help keep hearts healthy 0 None
2005-04-12 Ugly kids get less attention from parents 0 None
2005-04-12 Unconventional wiring of the brain circuits that govern sleep and waking might explain the prevalence of insomnia 0 None
2005-04-12 New findings about insulin-signaling in the liver could prove useful in understanding type 2 diabetes 0 None
2005-04-12 Obesity linked to diabetes 0 3.5
2005-04-12 Levels of anti–clotting proteins influence pregancy outcomes 0 None
2005-04-12 Protein that regulates cholesterol levels may lead to new drug targets in the fight against obesity 0 None
2005-04-12 Low doses of bisphenol–A (BPA) can impair brain function 0 None
2005-04-12 Breakdown in brain cell communication may contribute to the most common biochemical cause of mental retardation 0 1
2005-04-12 Is late diagnosis of lung cancer inevitable? 0 None
2005-04-12 Novel findings in Balo's concentric sclerosis may shed light on pathology of MS 0 None
2005-04-12 Cardiac stem cells come closer to clinic 0 None
2005-04-12 Vaccine against the virus that causes cervical cancer and genital warts shows promise 0 None
2005-04-12 Researcher grows new insulin-secreting beta cells from pancreatic tissue 0 None
2005-04-12 Race influences how we cope with cancer 0 None
2005-04-12 Antimicrobial soaps may expose consumers to significant quantities of chloroform 0 None
2005-04-12 Research challenges the traditional explanation for the causes of diastolic heart failure 0 None
2005-04-11 Mobile telephones do not increase risk of brain tumours 0 None
2005-04-11 New drugs help the immune system kill cancer cells 0 None
2005-04-11 Tissue engineering to grow bone, ligaments and cartilage 0 None
2005-04-11 A baby's understanding of language may begin with its own name 0 None
2005-04-11 Laughter best medicine for hope 0 None
2005-04-11 Dental patients agreeable to tobacco interventions 0 1
2005-04-11 Faster, more accurate diagnostic test for Sjogren's syndrome 0 None
2005-04-11 Researchers discover mechanism by which tumours support their own growth 0 None
2005-04-11 New blood test improves the ability to diagnose or exclude congestive heart failure 0 None
2005-04-11 Research suggests a central role for NMDA receptors in learning and memory 0 None
2005-04-11 Moderate levels of exercise may not be enough to control mild hypertension 0 None
2005-04-10 Eat like the Greeks and live longer 0 None
2005-04-10 Novel human kidney protein called renalase that regulates both heart contraction and blood pressure 0 None
2005-04-10 Findings could lead to improved treatments for schizophrenics, amphetamine abusers 0 None
2005-04-10 The liver may produce most of the body's good cholesterol 0 None
2005-04-10 Anti-poverty program substantially increased marriage rates among single mothers who have never been married 0 None
2005-04-10 First identified gene to link autoimmune diseases with cardiovascular diseases 0 None
2005-04-10 Assessing the function of unknown genes is feasible and can be done with a microarray phenotype 0 None
2005-04-07 Vigorous exercise can slow down arthritis 0 None
2005-04-07 Men who drink milk at more risk of Parkinsons disease 0 None
2005-04-07 Depression overtakes back pain for incapacity benefit claims 0 None
2005-04-07 UK approval procedures will drive research overseas 0 None
2005-04-07 Make room for daddy, say University of Florida autism experts 0 None
2005-04-07 Findings will stir new research in bacterial evolution 0 None
2005-04-07 Researchers shed light on the brain cell damage caused by Alzheimer's disease 0 None
2005-04-07 Researchers set a new standard in the design and engineering of nuclear hormone receptor-based genetic on-off switches 0 None
2005-04-07 Molecular motors cooperate in moving cellular cargo 0 None
2005-04-07 Research helps understand how the malaria parasite disguises itself to avoid detection by the immune system 0 None
2005-04-07 Naltrexone combined with psychotherapy helps treat alcohol dependence 0 None
2005-04-07 Oncolytic viruses may one day help treat brain tumors 0 None
2005-04-07 Some people with autism and large heads may have an increased risk of cancer 0 None
2005-04-07 Role of oxidative stress (OS) in dialysis patients 0 None
2005-04-07 Why different tissues in the human body vary in their susceptibility to "amyloid" diseases 0 None
2005-04-07 Fibril shape is the basis of prion strains and cross-species prion infection 0 4
2005-04-07 Process called sumoylation regulates key ion channel 0 None
2005-04-06 Vaccine against cervical cancer and genital warts looks hopeful 0 None
2005-04-06 Stress might actually be beneficial to health 0 None
2005-04-06 Promising new treatment for alcohol dependence 0 None
2005-04-06 Soft music at bedtime will help older adults sleep better and longer 0 None
2005-04-06 Potential therapeutic target for treating Huntington's disease 0 None
2005-04-06 Novel method to reduce cat allergic reactions 0 None
2005-04-06 Asthmatics naturally deficient in antiviral immunity 0 None
2005-04-06 Startling evidence that people can unconsciously learn complex motor behaviors by watching 0 None
2005-04-06 THC in marijuana may prevent hardening of the arteries 0 4
2005-04-06 SSRI antidepressants "hijack" dopamine signaling as well launching serotonin signals 0 5
2005-04-06 Micro-organisms in clouds could play a crucial role in the spread of disease 0 5
2005-04-06 Sensory deprivation reduces new cell size in the olfactory system 0 None
2005-04-06 Yeast discovery provides new insights into familial dysautonomia 0 None
2005-04-05 No association found between diet and pancreatic cancer 0 None
2005-04-05 Research supports the practice of Pilates to achieve some health benefits 0 None
2005-04-05 DNA packaging linked with cancer 0 None
2005-04-05 Blue-green algae linked to Alzheimer's disease 0 None
2005-04-05 Scientist finds different paths lead to similar cognitive abilities 0 None
2005-04-05 Genetic testing could bolster radiotherapy's effectiveness against cancer 0 None
2005-04-05 Seven-year research project to expand the evidence base in dentistry 0 5
2005-04-05 Researchers have identified a new clinical syndrome 0 None
2005-04-05 Vitamin E supplements speed up the development of latent cancers 0 None
2005-04-05 How heart is formed in the embryo helps explain congenital heart disease 0 5
2005-04-05 Metabolic side effects of antipsychotics are known, but rarely monitored 0 None
2005-04-05 Potential therapeutic target for infertility and contraception 0 None
2005-04-05 Important trial in the fight against lung cancer 0 None
2005-04-05 Sildenafil prevents anti-cancer drug induced heart damage 0 None
2005-04-05 Method of gene therapy accurately corrects mutations in disease-causing genes 0 None
2005-04-05 Promising new therapy that prompts the immune system to aid in the fight against melanoma tumors 0 None
2005-04-05 Pair of cancer genes found to drive both cell migration and division 0 None
2005-04-05 DNA repair kit announced by scientists 0 None
2005-04-05 Canada spends more on stem cell research 0 None
2005-04-05 Parents fail to set the rules on smoking 0 None
2005-04-04 New report shows therapy as effective as drugs for depression 0 None
2005-04-04 Men have a four times greater risk than women of developing abdominal aortic aneurysms 0 None
2005-04-04 Alteration of steroid receptor genes creates fat burning muscle 0 None
2005-04-04 First evidence that preeclampsia can leave a persistent and potentially fatal imprint in the pulmonary circulation of the fetus 0 None
2005-04-04 Gene mutation protecting against malaria linked to prostate cancer incidence in African-American men 0 None
2005-04-04 Zinc appears to help boys learn 0 None
2005-04-04 Certain combinations of genes increase the risk of developing cervical cancer 0 None
2005-04-04 More discrimination directed toward obese shoppers than toward average-weight shoppers 0 3
2005-04-04 Natural killer cells could lead to new Hepatitis treatments 0 None
2005-04-04 Method of gene therapy that can accurately and permanently correct mutations in disease-causing genes 0 None
2005-04-04 Research offers promise for people with learning disabilities 0 None
2005-04-04 Dramatic evidence of the importance of visual cues in the control of food intake 0 None
2005-04-04 Step toward a potential treatment for Huntington's disease 0 None
2005-04-04 Chronic inflammation caused by too little stomach acid leads to gastric cancer 0 None
2005-04-04 Peanuts back in fashion! 0 None
2005-04-04 Number of sick days is influenced by neighborhood poverty 0 None
2005-04-04 Nylon strips an effective weapon against the hospital acquired superbug 0 None
2005-04-04 Why smokers lung is resistant to steroid treatment 0 None
2005-04-04 You might as well smoke 0 None
2005-04-04 Mutations in the HFE gene directly associated with chronic joint disease 0 None
2005-04-04 Chemoembolization, first-line treatment for liver cancer 0 None
2005-04-04 Stent graft outperforms balloon angioplasty 0 None
2005-04-04 Oral sex not sex say teens 0 5
2005-04-04 Mothers may cause girls to be picky eaters 0 None
2005-04-04 Low levels of oral cannabis induces psychosis 0 None
2005-04-04 Lack of aftercare support for mothers of twins 0 None
2005-04-04 New chemicals to inhibit HIV infection 0 None
2005-04-04 Gene could be cause of early bird disorder 0 None
2005-04-04 Autistic children found to have abnormal metabolic profile 0 None
2005-04-03 Withdrawal smokers feel when trying to quit may not all be due to nicotine 0 None
2005-04-03 Blue light kills gum disease 0 None
2005-04-03 Potential therapeutic role for the ataxin-3 protein for Machado-Joseph disease 0 None
2005-04-03 Chronic pain treatments more effective when taken together 0 None
2005-04-03 Patch therapy provides similar pain relief as oral medications for patients with osteoarthritis (OA) knee pain 0 None
2005-04-03 Researchers show role of Epstein-Barr virus in cancer 0 None
2005-04-03 Location on chromosome 2 that may contain one or more genes that contribute to dyslexia 0 None
2005-04-03 Novel strategy to create a genetic vaccine against P. aeruginosa 0 None
2005-04-03 Blood pressure control suggests new approach to hypertension therapy 0 None
2005-04-03 Exposure to organochlorine compounds increases the risk of suffering colorectal cancer 0 None
2005-04-03 cT3 prostate cancer is operable 0 None
2005-04-03 Researchers are changing the face of drug addiction treatment 0 None
2005-04-03 New trial for treatment of liver disease 0 None
2005-04-03 Movie techniques, MRI/CT data combine with computer modeling of knee/patella to aid surgery 0 None
2005-04-03 Why do black South Africans have a low hip fracture rate despite low calcium intake? 0 None
2005-04-03 Being a couch potatoe may run in family 0 None
2005-04-03 Estrogen, SERMS reduce asthma impact by halting constriction 0 None
2005-04-03 Airway inflammation boosts infarction damage 0 None
2005-04-03 Pediatric burn victims’ recovery, diabetes aided by Fenofibrate 0 None
2005-04-03 Adding growth factor to baby formula could reduce necrotizing enterocolitis 0 None
2005-04-03 SERPINE2 identified as novel candidate gene for COPD susceptibility 0 None
2005-04-03 Moderate aerobic exercise improves cardiovascular and nervous system function in HIV+ subjects 0 None
2005-04-03 Study of Anoxia could yield better anesthetics, stroke/heart attack recovery 0 None
2005-04-03 Could NAADP/cholecystokinin-combo attack fat from inside and out? 0 None
2005-04-03 Statins, other cholesterol-depleting agents, may disrupt hypertension from developing 0 None
2005-04-03 Cranberry juice may help protect against heart disease 0 None
2005-04-03 Children with autism have a severely abnormal metabolic profile 0 5
2005-04-03 Asthma patients' immune systems respond differently with allergies 0 None
2005-04-03 Garlic protects against severe chronic pulmonary hypertension 0 None
2005-04-03 Sea floor may yield disease cures 0 None
2005-04-03 Novel protein marker for early diagnosis of kidney failure 0 None
2005-04-03 Public morally obliged to take part in scientific research 0 None
2005-04-03 Late developers more at risk from sexually transmitted disease 0 None
2005-04-03 Winning triggers violence in sport 0 None
2005-03-30 Discovery of the enzyme that destroys cartilage in inflammatory arthritis 0 None
2005-03-30 Electroacupuncture can lower blood pressure 0 None
2005-03-30 Mesoblast moves towards adult stem cell human trials 0 None
2005-03-30 Researchers find that human eyes learn best in an uncluttered setting 0 None
2005-03-30 Discovery could lead to new drug targets for heart disease 0 None
2005-03-30 Discovery of missing enzyme for tuberculosis iron scavenging pathway 0 None
2005-03-30 Too much iron could increase cancer risk 0 None
2005-03-30 Primary health care providers should incorporate HIV testing into routine patient care for all sexually active individuals 0 None
2005-03-30 HIV patients who delay seeking care are much sicker when they begin care 0 None
2005-03-30 Urine actually helps a particular yeast stick to cells along the urinary tract 0 None
2005-03-30 Solving sleep problems helps epileptic children 0 None
2005-03-30 A circadian rhythm gene discovered 0 3
2005-03-30 Medication that both stimulates appetite and reduces metabolic rate 0 None
2005-03-30 Finding opens new doors to determining susceptibility to antidepressant side effects 0 None
2005-03-29 Lip piercing bad for gums 0 None
2005-03-29 Smack that bottom - it can cure everything !! 0 4.4
2005-03-29 Clinical study of mirror neurons provides insights into autism and other disorders 0 None
2005-03-29 Important link between kidney damage and cardiac problems 0 None
2005-03-29 Optical coherence tomography (OCT) can successfully identify the characteristics of coronary plaques 0 5
2005-03-29 DNA sequencing made portable and faster by "colour-blind" technology 0 None
2005-03-29 Marker for new blood vessel formation in tumors 0 None
2005-03-29 Cells that might be able to suppres cat allergies 0 None
2005-03-29 Grapes inhibit cancer growth 0 None
2005-03-29 Herceptin - more powerful treatment for patients with HER-2-positive breast cancer 0 None
2005-03-29 Left-right brain mystery - trail is hot and cold 0 None
2005-03-29 Scientists out cancer cells in permanent coma 0 None
2005-03-28 Hair follicle stem cells may provide an accessible source of stem cells for therapeutic applications 0 None
2005-03-28 Seniors like to "nip and tuck" 0 None
2005-03-28 US Genome Project planned to beat cancer 0 None
2005-03-28 Researchers discover nicotine demethylase gene 0 None
2005-03-28 Players can become part of a video game 0 None
2005-03-28 Blind people more accurate at judging size than sighted people 0 None
2005-03-28 Adult stem cells could be used to treat deaf patients in the future 0 5
2005-03-28 Discovery of gene STAT6(B) may lead to new treatments for inflammatory diseases 0 None
2005-03-28 KCP protein protects kidneys from damage caused by chronic renal disease and injury 0 None
2005-03-28 Body fat may promote inflammation 0 None
2005-03-28 Vegetarians who don't cook their food have abnormally low bone mass 0 None
2005-03-28 Mutated BRCA1 genes cause ovarian cancer indirectly 0 None
2005-03-28 Invisible influences reveal unconscious pathways used in visual perception 0 None
2005-03-28 Gene variations explain drug dose required to control seizures 0 None
2005-03-28 Tool reliably predicts recovery from coma 0 None
2005-03-28 Variation in the gene ENPP1 may predict risk for diabetes 0 None
2005-03-28 Researchers have identified the proteins that allow specific brain cells to "change channels" 0 None
2005-03-28 Vital molecular step in cell migration 0 None
2005-03-28 Gene/yeast finding links processes in heart disease and cancer 0 None
2005-03-28 Molecule that causes secondary stroke 0 None
2005-03-28 Research tool for turning off genes may eventually have therapeutic application 0 None
2005-03-28 Three different leukemias are all caused by mutations that alter a specific enzyme controlling blood cell proliferation 0 None
2005-03-28 Test that will prevent the needless loss of the thyroid gland in people with the noncancerous condition 0 None
2005-03-28 Genome in gut bacterium key to intestinal health 0 None
2005-03-28 New therapy for treating cat allergies looks promising 0 None
2005-03-28 Hope of new treatments for liver damage 0 None
2005-03-28 Primary care office strategies may increase colon cancer screening 0 None
2005-03-28 Fish is brain food 0 None
2005-03-28 Why it's important for older people to exercise 0 None
2005-03-28 Acupuncture treatments using low levels of electrical stimulation can lower blood pressure 0 None
2005-03-23 New directions toward the treatment of bipolar disorder 0 None
2005-03-23 Bacteria found in the mouth may predict pregnancy outcomes 0 None
2005-03-23 Evidence of cross-activation in brain regions of people who see letters and numbers in colors 0 None
2005-03-23 First patient to test new treatment for peripheral arterial disease 0 None
2005-03-23 New weapon for asthmatics to combat winter asthma attacks 0 None
2005-03-23 Gene linked to bone mineral density 0 None
2005-03-23 Degradable glass to help new bone growth 0 None
2005-03-23 Process for disposal of dying neutrophils actively linked to neutrophil production 0 None
2005-03-23 How does the body keep the number of neutrophils produced constant in the blood? 0 None
2005-03-23 Gene named ATBF1 may contribute to the development of prostate cancer 0 None
2005-03-22 Happiness makes your partner happy – but only if you are married 0 None
2005-03-22 Skin cancer on the rise in the UK 0 None
2005-03-22 Preventing eye disease in retinitis pigmentosa 0 None
2005-03-22 Red blood cells lump by mobile phone 1 5
2005-03-22 No serious adverse events found with next-generation smallpox vaccine 0 None
2005-03-22 Novel method of testing exhaled breath to detect infection 0 None
2005-03-22 Sleeping in contact lenses can lead to an increased risk of severe eye infection 0 None
2005-03-22 Genomic DNA provides clues to new advances in cancer diagnostics 0 None
2005-03-22 Anticonvulsant drug valproate poses greater birth-defect risk than suspected 0 None
2005-03-22 Genes TEL2 and MYC cooperate with each other to promote pediatric cases of the immune system cancer B-cell lymphoma 0 None
2005-03-22 Support for the use of low-dose aspirin therapy in preventing and treating pre-eclampsia 0 None
2005-03-22 Link between high cholesterol and better memory 0 None
2005-03-22 Patients with chronic fatigue syndrome respond to placebos at a lower rate 0 None
2005-03-22 Findings are expected to yield new diagnostic and therapeutic tools in the battle against cancer 0 None
2005-03-21 pSivida intensifies research activities 0 None
2005-03-21 New contact lenses cause less infections 0 None
2005-03-21 STD incidents amongst students who pledge viginity 0 None
2005-03-21 African genome research given impetus 0 None
2005-03-21 New research in mice sheds light on the causes behind male infertility 0 None
2005-03-21 Virginity pledges may even encourage higher risk sexual behavior among young adults 0 None
2005-03-21 Drinking two to three glasses of red wine daily is good for the heart 0 5
2005-03-21 Calls to regionalize the care of patients with heart attacks are premature 0 None
2005-03-21 Scientists find microRNA regulates Ras cancer gene 0 None
2005-03-21 Genomic analysis may one day be a primary diagnostic tool for physicians deciding on a course of treatment for trauma 0 None
2005-03-21 Harm caused by alcohol consumption among college students may exceed previous estimates of the problem 0 None
2005-03-21 Sixteen per cent of people who use cannabis for medical reasons say that their doctor suggested it 0 5
2005-03-21 Images of brain activity may hold clues to the onset of schizophrenia 0 None
2005-03-21 Chemists say they have identified a gene that appears to play a key role in the development of type 1 diabetes 0 None
2005-03-21 RNA loops and knots guide genetic modifications 0 None
2005-03-21 Rapid rise in obesity may reverse life expectancy trend 0 None
2005-03-21 Is life getting manic? A survey of bipolar symptoms in the community 0 None
2005-03-21 Psychiatric diagnostic criteria fail to identify psychological suffering in oncology 0 None
2005-03-21 Drugs alone are not enough for fighting obsessions and compulsions 0 None
2005-03-21 Does depression predict mortality in heart attacks? 0 None
2005-03-21 Simple risk assessment tool could increase the number of patients receiving vital medication for dangerous blood clots 0 None
2005-03-21 Brain research to help in fight against heart disease 0 None
2005-03-21 Research to improve bone marrow transplant outcomes 0 None
2005-03-21 Eating seafood containing toxic substances can have serious neurological as well as gastrointestinal effects 0 None
2005-03-17 Major milestone in identifying and creating a register of genes involved in multiple sclerosis 0 None
2005-03-16 Now we know how Atkins diet works! 0 None
2005-03-16 Dental researchers map the gene that causes dentinogenesis imperfecta 0 None
2005-03-16 Better understanding of cell signalling helps cancer research 0 None
2005-03-16 RNAi Consortium to accelerate genetic research 0 None
2005-03-16 Mountaineering doctors hike medicine to new heights with Xtreme Everest 0 None
2005-03-16 Sleep deprivation also has impact on national health 0 None
2005-03-16 Lack of sleep activates the body’s defence mechanisms 0 None
2005-03-16 Link between C-reactive protein, heart disease and stroke 0 3
2005-03-16 Fundamental mechanisms that may facilitate the design of safer and more efficacious topical drug delivery systems 0 None
2005-03-16 Method for mass-producing embryonic stem cells 0 None
2005-03-16 Time for ethical reflection is before experimentation begins 0 None
2005-03-16 How are choices for healing performances related to religious change and gender? 0 None
2005-03-16 Employees with diabetes are not automatically more tired 0 None
2005-03-16 Drug-resistant bacteria on uncooked poultry products varies by commercial brand 0 None
2005-03-16 Diabetes Busting Burgers! 0 None
2005-03-15 More research on Vitamin E surprises scientists 0 None
2005-03-15 Vitamin E may increase heart attack risk - does not prevent cancer 0 None
2005-03-15 Drug combo gives lung cancer patients longer life 0 None
2005-03-15 No association between acrylamide intake in foods and risk of breast cancer 0 None
2005-03-15 Aspirin use appears to reduce the incidence of colon polyps 0 None
2005-03-15 Antidepressants not the culprit in depression linked to heart attacks 0 None
2005-03-15 T’ai Chi has many benefits for frail older adults 0 None
2005-03-15 Innovative computer modeling technique predicts how protein molecule behavior in response to environmental conditions 0 None
2005-03-15 Discovery of key molecule that controls the growth, spread and survival of pancreatic cancer cells 0 None
2005-03-15 Fasting every other day, while cutting few calories, may reduce cancer risk 0 None
2005-03-15 Link between a critical cancer pathway and an Epstein-Barr Virus (EBV) protein 0 None
2005-03-15 New immunotherapeutic approach against anthrax 0 None
2005-03-15 Researchers investigate the interaction of proteins responsible for Saethre-Chotzen Syndrome 0 None
2005-03-15 Selenium, vitamin E and the tomato nutrient lycopene have been shown to reduce prostate cancer 0 None
2005-03-15 Timing is everything when it comes to killing prostate cancer cells 0 None
2005-03-15 Neuronal death and processing of Tau protein in Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) 0 None
2005-03-15 Process behind cellular export of iron may help to explain human hemochromatosis 0 None
2005-03-15 Doctors may soon be able to diagnose multiple sclerosis (MS) with a simple blood test 0 None
2005-03-15 New insight into key mechanism by which cells limit cholesterol 0 None
2005-03-15 Novel Australian anti-cancer therapy has begun safety testing in human subjects 0 None
2005-03-14 Speakers cramp new disorder treated with Botox 0 None
2005-03-14 New cancer drug looks promising 0 None
2005-03-14 $1.5 million for adult stem cell research in Australia 0 None
2005-03-14 Gene therapy helps Lou Gehrig's disease 0 5
2005-03-14 £800,000 to boost research into fighting viruses 0 None
2005-03-14 Women prefer men with deep voices 0 None
2005-03-14 Functional magnetic resonance imaging shows that hypnosis eases pain 0 None
2005-03-14 Seniors with giant cell arteritis are twice as likely to have a heart attack or stroke 0 None
2005-03-14 Orchestra musicians needn't worry about hearing loss 0 None
2005-03-14 Association between prolonged residential radon exposure and lung cancer risk 0 None
2005-03-14 Growth hormone treatment may reduce serious metabolic conditions 0 None
2005-03-14 New twist on the role that estrogens play in the development of behavioral differences between men and women 0 None
2005-03-14 You can no longer make the argument that transplanting a kidney into an older recipient is a wasted organ 0 None
2005-03-14 Link between cardiovascular disease and periodontal bacteria 0 None
2005-03-14 High-dose radiation and bone marrow transfer treatments on glaucoma-susceptible mice completely blocked development of glaucoma 0 None
2005-03-14 Washing hands with soap and water best protection against disease-causing viruses 0 None
2005-03-14 Tumor-targeted immune cells cure prostate cancer without causing systemic immune suppression 0 None
2005-03-14 Researchers identify biochemical target that could lead to a new class of antibiotics to fight TB 0 None
2005-03-14 Research shows how bacteria respond when subjected to environmental alterations in space stations 0 None
2005-03-14 Naturally occurring antifungal agent in saliva kills oral pathogen responsible for most HIV-related oral infections 0 5
2005-03-14 Health consequences of lip piercing 0 None
2005-03-14 Research could lead to new drugs that combat HIV infection by shutting down the virus's assembly lines 0 None
2005-03-13 Alcohol intervention attempted for violent males 0 None
2005-03-13 Gene for AMD has now been identified by researchers 0 None
2005-03-13 Active brains stave off Alzheimer's signs 0 None
2005-03-10 Secondhand smoke causes breast cancer 0 None
2005-03-09 Emergency clopidogrel could save thousands of lives worldwide 0 None
2005-03-09 Mouse gene shows new mechanism behind cardiac infarction in man 0 None
2005-03-09 Telomerase finding has major implications for cancer 0 None
2005-03-09 Overlapping signals in embryo help get the backbone right 0 None
2005-03-09 Finding may open new horizons for understanding the initiation of chemically induced cancers 0 None
2005-03-09 Efforts to improve the quality of post-heart attack care working better for men than for women 0 None
2005-03-09 First reliable measure of neurobehavioral functioning during coma from severe brain injury 0 None
2005-03-09 Commonly used anesthetic regimen appears to have no negative effects on the developing brain of the fetus 0 None
2005-03-09 Dental medicine is on the brink of profound change 0 None
2005-03-08 Evidence for a self-reinforcing "memory loop" - brain emotional center triggers the memory center 0 None
2005-03-08 Nature of electrical abnormalities occurring during the development of heart failure 0 None
2005-03-08 Progress toward development of a breast cancer vaccine 0 None
2005-03-08 Asthma relapse linked to allergies 0 None
2005-03-08 Cigarette smoke worsens respiratory infections in infants 0 None
2005-03-08 Pet scanning could cut use of angiograms and bypass surgery, as well as patient costs 0 None
2005-03-08 NASA scientists find clues about kidney disease 0 None
2005-03-08 Stem research made safer 0 None
2005-03-08 System for producing embryonic stem cells which markedly reduces the risk of contamination with pathogens 0 None
2005-03-08 Growth hormone treatment improves symptoms of metabolic disorder in postmenopausal women 0 None
2005-03-07 Keep laughing, its doing you more good than you realise 0 5
2005-03-07 Substances in the urine of pregnant women could serve as a screening/diagnostic tool for preeclampsia 0 None
2005-03-07 Women with non–invasive breast cancer carry the same mutations in two inherited breast/ovarian cancer genes as women diagnosed with invasive breast cancer 0 None
2005-03-07 New understanding to how cells in auditory system organize before hearing develops 0 None
2005-03-07 Mini strokes warn of possible major stroke 0 None
2005-03-07 Genetic examinations of trauma, burn victims produce consistent results 0 None
2005-03-07 Protein circulating in the blood delivers selenium to germ cells, enabling normal development of sperm 0 None
2005-03-07 Impaired insulin function may be behind some of the abnormalities found in Alzheimer's disease 0 None
2005-03-07 Beta-blockers can benefit patients with certain serious heart problems such as diastolic heart failure 0 None
2005-03-07 Non-English speaking Hispanic teenagers have sex later than peers 0 None
2005-03-07 DNA ejection from single phage particles 0 None
2005-03-07 Drinking more milk might not mean children develop healthier bones 0 None
2005-03-07 College students not at a greater risk for alcohol dependence problems 0 None
2005-03-07 Cognitive behavioral therapy and medication is effective in the treatment of panic disorder 0 None
2005-03-07 Use of cilostazol, clopidogrel and aspirin results in a significant reduction of thrombotic complications in the prevention of heart attacks 0 None
2005-03-07 Serum sodium level is a major predictor of a poor prognosis for heart failure patients 0 None
2005-03-07 Diabetic patients run three times the risk of developing liver cancer 0 None
2005-03-07 Insulin levels linked to Alzheimer's disease 0 None
2005-03-07 Air Genome Project to sample air using whole genome shotgun sequencing 0 None
2005-03-07 How to maximise your chance of having a baby 0 None
2005-03-07 Novel role for cholesterol inside the cell 0 None
2005-03-07 Cure for heart disease very close despite poor funding 0 None
2005-03-06 Good side to cholesterol in controlling cell signals 0 None
2005-03-06 First genetic marker to help identify ruptured brain aneurysm 0 5
2005-03-06 Autistic children shy from eye contact because they perceive even the most familiar face as an uncomfortable threat 0 None
2005-03-06 Definitive evidence that TRPV3 is a temperature sensor 0 None
2005-03-06 New method of organising care for adults in the UK who suffer from clinical depression 0 None
2005-03-06 Findings might advance search for new therapies for injured nerve fibers 0 None
2005-03-06 Clearance of beta amyloid accumulation within neurons stops memory decline 0 4
2005-03-06 Proteins link cellular aging and response to calorie restriction 0 None
2005-03-03 A man's index finger length relative to ring finger length can predict how physically aggressive that man might be 1 2.8
2005-03-03 Deep brain stimulation alleviates severe depression 0 None
2005-03-03 Radiologists can estimate the risk of death to a SARS patient by using chest radiographs 0 None
2005-03-03 Psychologist examines the narcissistic personality in terms of its ability to forgive 0 None
2005-03-03 Dopamine sheds new light on drug addiction 0 None
2005-03-03 Meditation may reduce heart disease risk 0 None
2005-03-03 Visual cortex contains neurons that are sensitive to viewing angle 0 None
2005-03-03 Discovery gives clinicians new targets for making existing therapies more effective and developing drugs to inhibit the growth of cancers 0 None
2005-03-03 Important advance in our understanding of colorectal cancer 0 None
2005-03-03 Abnormal brain structure tied to spatial, numerical thinking problems when children lack part of chromosome 0 None
2005-03-03 Genetic cause of dyslexia 0 5
2005-03-03 Inflammation is a strong risk factor for cardiovascular disease among rheumatoid arthritis patients 0 None
2005-03-03 Important player in the development of colon cancer 0 None
2005-03-03 Researchers turn fatal brain cancer into treatable disease for children 0 None
2005-03-02 Way to detect early signs of testicular cancer 0 None
2005-03-02 Researchers identify first known mutation to occur in lung cancer patients who have never smoked 0 None
2005-03-02 Possible treatment for Fragile X syndrome 0 3.7
2005-03-02 Gene variant that may increase the risk of late-onset Alzheimer's disease 0 None
2005-03-02 The impact of cruciate ligament rupture on osteoarthritis of the knee 0 None
2005-03-02 Future diabetes drugs may target new protein interaction 0 None
2005-03-02 How and why people become addicted to alcohol 0 4
2005-03-02 Liquorice - the black stuff we love to eat, may help prevent cancer 0 None
2005-03-02 HAART saves 2 million life years 0 None
2005-03-01 Vitamin B12 after stroke reduces risk of hip fracture 0 None
2005-03-01 alpha-defensin-1, a protein found in immune cells, can control HIV infection 0 None
2005-03-01 Health professionals should show more empathy - essential to healing relationships 0 None
2005-03-01 U.S. cancer researchers launch first American-Israeli cancer conference 0 None
2005-03-01 Radiopharmaceuticals and lasers produce sound to treat and detect cancerous moles 0 None
2005-03-01 Exercise tolerance, good screening test for chest pain patients 0 None
2005-03-01 Trigger events for adopted adults 0 4
2005-03-01 Genome clues to amoebic dysentery 0 None
2005-03-01 Research into how prions act in the brain could hold the key to defeating diseases 0 None
2005-03-01 New research offers natural alternative to arthritis drugs 0 None
2005-03-01 Scientific experts discuss the benefits and safety of vitamin E 0 None
2005-03-01 Cells can regenerate without becoming "younger" 0 None
2005-03-01 Some immune cells are smarter than others killing more cancer 0 None
2005-03-01 Genetic link to kidney damage after heart surgery 0 None
2005-03-01 OPAL, major discovery in the fight against AIDS 0 None
2005-02-28 Kidney dysfunction in HIV patients can be detected earlier 0 None
2005-02-28 Doubts over cannabis being a therapeutic and harmless drug 0 None
2005-02-28 New technologies may lead to improved diagnosis and treatment of disorders such as autism 0 None
2005-02-28 Naltrexone may help men and women quit smoking without gaining weight 0 None
2005-02-28 Mystery blood vessel disorder implicated in lacunar or "mini" strokes 0 None
2005-02-27 Children suffering from ADHD may be ignoring visual information to their left 0 None
2005-02-27 Targeting the Hedgehog pathway could be used in the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases 0 None
2005-02-27 Promising new strategy for Swedish medical research 0 None
2005-02-27 28 percent of injecting drug users acquired their needles from safe sources 0 None
2005-02-27 Self-reporting of symptoms by patients with ulcerative colitis better than assessing patients with endoscopy 0 None
2005-02-27 Novel mutation in the recently identified LRRK2 gene causes parkinsonism 0 None
2005-02-27 More standardized geriatric training needed across all medical specialties 0 None
2005-02-27 Gel provides protection from HIV and herpes 0 None
2005-02-27 Early Alzheimer's disease may be precipitated by a neuron traffic jam 0 None
2005-02-27 Branding treatment in India should be banned 0 None
2005-02-27 Scientific rationale behind the use of antiretroviral therapy 0 None
2005-02-27 Tobacco industry influences research 0 None
2005-02-27 NIH awards grant to explore causal relationship between epoetin dose and survival of hemodialysis patients 0 None
2005-02-27 Common epigenetic problem doubles cancer risk 0 None
2005-02-27 Cellular porthole has a major role in helping the brain sense odors 0 None
2005-02-24 Protein called CK2 plays a deadly role in colorectal carcinoma 0 None
2005-02-24 Mathematical model describes the electrical storm that rages during a brain seizure 0 None
2005-02-23 Discovery could lead to the prevention, and possibly treatment of autoimmune diseases such as Type 1 diabetes 0 None
2005-02-23 Is it exercise or dieting that helps prevent cancer? 0 None
2005-02-23 Sir Bobby Robson opens state-of-the-art research centre 0 None
2005-02-23 Dramatic evidence of how psychiatric disorders are underdiagnosed in hospital emergency departments 0 None
2005-02-23 $20 million advance in Canadian mental health research 0 None
2005-02-23 Simple saliva test can predict whether children will get cavities 0 1
2005-02-23 Researchers identify target for cancer drugs 0 None
2005-02-23 Non-invasive and invasive breast cancers share the same genetic mutations 0 3
2005-02-23 Ways to make hypnosis a more effective therapeutic technique 0 None
2005-02-22 Research shows preventive effects of cannabinoids on Alzheimer's disease 0 None
2005-02-22 Researchers have identified a protein called HIF-2a, which is important in retina formation 0 None
2005-02-22 2.5 million euros helps fight liver cancer 0 None
2005-02-22 Lack of magnesium in diet linked to disease 0 None
2005-02-22 Secreted signaling protein called Wnt10b secret to new drugs for preventing or treating osteoporosis 0 None
2005-02-22 Why some lung cancers stop responding to the drugs erlotinib (Tarceva) and gefitinib (Iressa) 0 None
2005-02-21 Stop-smoking products increase quit rate for smokers who need to quit the most 0 None
2005-02-21 Crystallized molecular machine reveals possible new paths for treating diseases 0 None
2005-02-21 New clues to amyloidoses 0 None
2005-02-20 Lack of collagen increases likelihood of osteoarthritis 0 4
2005-02-20 Exercise and dietary changes vital in taking and keeping off weight that is associated with many chronic health problems 0 None
2005-02-20 Pitt researcher presents findings on when to accept organ transplants 0 None
2005-02-20 Better ways to heal and regenerate bones using microcomputed tomography imaging 0 None
2005-02-20 Beta blocker lowers blood pressure and wards off repeat heart attacks 0 None
2005-02-20 New bone marrow model could help people with sickle cell disease 0 None
2005-02-20 Genetic signature that can identify breast cancer patients at high risk of distant recurrence 0 None
2005-02-20 Air pollution thickens the blood and boosts inflammation 0 None
2005-02-20 Cannabis use may increase risk of stroke 0 None
2005-02-20 Quetiapine speeds up rate of decline in Alzheimers 0 None
2005-02-17 Better understanding of cell signalling helps cancer research 0 None
2005-02-17 Massachusetts support of stem cell research 0 None
2005-02-17 Are hormone therapy drugs safe? 0 None
2005-02-16 $9.8 million grant to research cancer risks from space radiation 0 None
2005-02-16 Immediate access to antibiotics stems spread of sexually transmitted diseases 0 None
2005-02-16 Young blood revives aging muscles 0 None
2005-02-16 Protein may provide a powerful new therapeutic tool for fighting kidney failure 0 None
2005-02-16 Changing chemistry helps explain estrogen threat to the heart 0 None
2005-02-16 Schizophrenia may arise from a single genetic defect 0 None
2005-02-16 Research shows that individual NAc neurons play a role in Pavlovian learning 0 None
2005-02-16 New findings challenge one of the established views of how nerve cells communicate with one another 0 None
2005-02-16 Link between lactose malabsorption and the occurrence of bone fracture in elderly people 0 None
2005-02-15 Novel genetic test helps detect mutations that may be missed by conventional DNA test 0 None
2005-02-15 New technique to identify fetal genetic material from amniotic fluid 0 None
2005-02-15 New simple and cost-effective method of diagnosing hereditary genetic disorders 0 None
2005-02-15 Link between diabetes and obesity 0 None
2005-02-15 Body mass index may be related to alcohol habits 0 None
2005-02-15 Angiogenesis inhibitor molecules defend against the development and spread of cancer 0 None
2005-02-15 Claims about the experimental protein-based assay are not biologically plausible 0 None
2005-02-15 The link between intelligence and dementia 0 1
2005-02-15 More dependable, less expensive tool to help detect bladder cancer earlier 0 None
2005-02-15 Discovery may have implications for the treatment of hemophilia A and B 0 None
2005-02-15 Blocking estrogen may be vitally important to improving survival from lung cancer 0 None
2005-02-14 Genetically engineered potatoes offer new hope in the fight against the Hepatitis B 0 None
2005-02-14 Mushrooms help lower cholesterol and keep hearts healthy 0 None
2005-02-14 Personality needs to be considered when treating men and women with depression 0 None
2005-02-14 Wine keeps women's hearts beating healthily 0 None
2005-02-14 Novel approach to treating hearing loss 0 None
2005-02-14 Clot-dissolving drugs such as tPA may help detect potentially deadly leg clots 0 None
2005-02-14 Older heart transplant recipients fare just as well as their younger counterparts 0 None
2005-02-14 Blips and AIDS therapy 0 None
2005-02-13 Key insight into the process of normal synapse development may lead to improved treatment of conditions such as drug addiction and epilepsy 0 None
2005-02-13 Visual recognition begins with categorization 0 None
2005-02-13 New way of transporting medicines into the brain 0 None
2005-02-13 Speed dating offers researchers a systematic look at the genuine behavior of people selecting mates 0 None
2005-02-10 Alcohol drinkers three times as lkely to die from injury 0 None
2005-02-10 St John's Wort helps treat depression 0 None
2005-02-10 Mouse allergen is everywhere in your house and triggers asthma in children 0 None
2005-02-10 Experimental drug Revlimid showing promise as treatment for myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS) 0 None
2005-02-10 Protective equipment used in rugby union has only limited effectiveness 1 None
2005-02-10 Researchers show how attention enhances visual perception 0 None
2005-02-10 Sudden emotional stress can result in severe but reversible heart muscle weakness 0 5
2005-02-10 First evidence of cardiac progenitor cells 0 None
2005-02-09 Sex hormone progesterone metabolite allopregnanolone reduces stress 0 None
2005-02-09 Researchers have discovered an ample source of stem cells in an uncharted part of the umbilical cord 0 None
2005-02-09 Chronic nicotine exposure worsens some Alzheimer’s-related brain abnormalities 0 None
2005-02-09 Artemisinin could selectively kill cancer cells while leaving normal cells unharmed 1 3.3
2005-02-09 How polychlorinated biphenyls open brain cells to Parkinson's assault 0 None
2005-02-08 Inserting corrective genes into the brain to fight Parkinson's disease 0 None
2005-02-08 Eat carrots to fight cancer 0 5
2005-02-08 Researchers find way to produce cholesterol-lowering snack chips 0 None
2005-02-08 Research confirms how early-life events shape later physiology 0 None
2005-02-08 Breakthrough method in nanoparticle synthesis paves the way for new pharmaceutical and biomedical applications 0 None
2005-02-07 Link between heart disease and periodontal bacteria 0 4
2005-02-07 Mindfulness meditation helps relationships 0 None
2005-02-07 Origins of skin cancer melanoma 0 None
2005-02-07 Eye thermal radiation can indicate a disease even before clinical signs appear 0 None
2005-02-07 High-fiber cereal can help keep diabetes, heart disease, and stroke at bay 0 None
2005-02-07 Varicella vaccine is almost 90 percent effective against chickenpox 0 None
2005-02-07 Variation in a taste receptor gene influences taste sensitivity 0 5
2005-02-07 High consumption of dairy products and fruits and vegetables may lower the risk of disability 0 None
2005-02-03 Cell research signals cancer hope 0 None
2005-02-03 Potential risk of suffering ischemic stroke shortly after discontinuing aspirin 0 None
2005-02-03 African American men who live in the south are at significantly higher risk of dying from stroke 0 None
2005-02-03 Gene therapy helps generate bone around dental implants 0 None
2005-02-03 Gene used in brain development can cause childhood brain cancers 0 None
2005-02-03 Rheumatoid arthritis linked to excess risk of congestive heart failure 0 2
2005-02-03 Reaction time and IQ may predict long life 0 5
2005-02-03 Research reveals a novel key player in the initiation of colon cancer 0 None
2005-02-03 Transient ischemic attack (TIA) patients receive less aggressive attention than those with stroke 1 None
2005-02-03 Women who feel more loved are less at risk for major depression than men 0 None
2005-02-03 State policies decrease youth smoking, drinking, sex 0 None
2005-02-03 Bacterial spread all down to chance: some strains 'just the luckyones' 0 None
2005-02-03 Highest average rate of US road deaths on Independence Day 0 None
2005-01-31 Mitochondria - the energy factories in our cells - can sustain a cancer 0 None
2005-01-31 New understanding of the causes for symptoms of sickle cell disease 0 None
2005-01-31 Gene dynamin 2 underlies one form of Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease 0 None
2005-01-31 Significant advance toward understanding lifelong process of blood cell formation 0 None
2005-01-31 New insights into how a language is born 0 None
2005-01-31 Psychiatric illness drugs may protect the brain cells that die in people with Huntington's disease 0 None
2005-01-31 Researchers identify new genes necessary for embryonic development 0 None
2005-01-31 Screening for osteoporosis in men and women age 65 and older can prevent a large number of hip fractures 0 None
2005-01-31 Viagra protects cardiomyocytes against cell death 0 None
2005-01-30 Studying monkeys social judgments could provide clues to autism 0 None
2005-01-30 Physical traits, genetic test help with early diagnosis of aneurysm syndrome 0 None
2005-01-27 Startling results from new biomedical research will smooth path to the market place 0 None
2005-01-27 One of the most exciting developments in clinical research in decades 0 None
2005-01-27 When the tongue slips, the eyes have it 0 None
2005-01-27 The role body fat plays in determining one's risk of chronic diseases 0 None
2005-01-27 Can vegetables could help to prevent cervical cancer? 0 None
2005-01-26 Melanopsin plays a key role in the inner workings of the eye 0 None
2005-01-26 VCU Gastroenterology research papers ranked 4th in most cited papers 0 None
2005-01-26 Painful surgical adhesions may be preventable by taking the COX-2 inhibitor Celebrex 0 None
2005-01-26 Association between fitness and survival suggests a link between impaired oxygen metabolism and disease 0 None
2005-01-26 Researchers discover way to overcome major hurdle in gene therapy for cancer 0 None
2005-01-26 Instant tea may be a source of harmful levels of fluoride 0 None
2005-01-26 Supermarket bakery workers are at considerable risk of developing work related asthma 0 None
2005-01-26 Theory on evolution of essential genes is overturned 0 None
2005-01-26 Research into foot-eye coordination 0 None
2005-01-26 Evolutionarily ancient enzyme-repair system used to identify type of DNA damage responsible for the onset of skin-tumor development 0 None
2005-01-26 Stem cells given in minimally invasive procedure improve heart function 0 None
2005-01-26 Local environment directly influences adult stem cell reservoirs 0 None
2005-01-26 Researchers have uncovered evidence of sexual reproduction in a single-celled organism long thought to reproduce asexually 0 None
2005-01-26 Genetic defect leads to electrical instability and mechanical pump failure 0 None
2005-01-26 Research may provide the basis for development of a new, extensive immunotherapy for human tumors 0 None
2005-01-25 Brain regions decide where we look 0 None
2005-01-25 High cholesterol, hypertension, diabetes and smoking may increase risk of dementia 0 None
2005-01-25 Aastrom Biosciences responds to article regarding contaminated stem cell lines 0 None
2005-01-25 Basic biochemical composition of heart valves in patients with congestive heart failure are markedly different than those with healthy hearts 0 None
2005-01-25 Plant protein mimics hormone that mitigates diabetes and obesity 0 None
2005-01-25 Lack of the enzyme acetyl CoA carboxylase 2 turns fat cells into fat burners 0 None
2005-01-25 School influenza vaccinations best strategy for slowing flu transmission 0 None
2005-01-25 Exercise reduces depression 0 None
2005-01-24 Eating tuna or other broiled or baked fish lowers risk of stroke in the elderly 0 None
2005-01-24 Available lines of human embryonic stem cells have been contaminated 0 None
2005-01-24 Activate dendritic cells turn on biological clock 0 None
2005-01-24 Priming embryonic stem cells to fulfill their promise 0 None
2005-01-24 High blood pressure risk in African-Americans linked to genetics 0 None
2005-01-24 Over-eating at an early age may stay well into adulthood 0 None
2005-01-24 Early seizures after surgery for epilepsy predict more seizures 0 None
2005-01-24 Clinical trial planned for stem cell treatment for stress urinary incontinence 0 None
2005-01-24 RU-486 plus prostaglandins remains the most effective nonsurgical abortion method 0 None
2005-01-24 Chinese medicines may be helpful in treating side effects of chemotherapy and symptoms of flu 0 None
2005-01-24 Penicillin V and erythromycin have no benefit for most adults with acute laryngitis 0 None
2005-01-24 Counseling and support can boost physical activity among adults 0 None
2005-01-24 Anti-bacterial additive triclocarban widespread In U.S. waterways 0 None
2005-01-20 African drug Ibogaine blocks alcohol cravings 0 5
2005-01-20 Low-carbohydrate diets have made a substantial comeback 0 None
2005-01-20 Cord blood transplantation now a viable option for adult leukemia patients 0 None
2005-01-20 When people process information, they develop unconscious strategies – or biases – that simplify their decisions 0 None
2005-01-20 New ideas for creating a new generation of oral medications to treat infertility 0 None
2005-01-19 Insight into potential mechanisms underlying type II diabetes 0 None
2005-01-19 Cellular fuel gauge could hold clue to diabetes 0 None
2005-01-19 Number of people misusing heroin in Scotland has dropped 0 None
2005-01-19 New research centre for the treatment and prevention of cardiovascular disease 0 None
2005-01-19 Physicians should avoid prescribing Bextra altogether 0 None
2005-01-19 Doctor report cards not always clear when comparing quality of care 0 None
2005-01-19 Simplified approach to the management of patients with an acute coronary syndrome 0 None
2005-01-18 Astonishing discovery that could change our understanding of attention deficit disorders 0 None
2005-01-18 Major European research initiative in the genetics of drug addiction 0 None
2005-01-18 Broadening treatment to battle recurrence of endometrial cancer 0 None
2005-01-18 New insight into how tumor cells can become resistant to anti-cancer therapy 0 None
2005-01-18 Memory problems could be a clue to psychosis 0 None
2005-01-17 Origins of racial health disparities can involve both genes and environment and the interactions between them 0 None
2005-01-17 Further evidence for the role of cyclooxygenases (COX) in heart-disease risk 0 None
2005-01-17 Research leads to new antiangiogenic drugs 0 None
2005-01-17 Jump starting T cells in skin cancer 0 None
2005-01-17 Exciting research into the use of aspirin for reducing heart attacks, strokes and dementia 0 None
2005-01-17 Patient drawings important diagnostic tool for heart attack recovery 0 None
2005-01-17 Researchers attack cervical cancer 0 None
2005-01-17 Damp and mould in homes causes asthma 0 None
2005-01-17 Anti-seizure drugs slow aging in roundworms 0 None
2005-01-17 Researchers have identified the cellular receptor for the JC virus 0 None
2005-01-17 Scientists are a step closer to developing drug targets to treat fungal meningitis 0 None
2005-01-17 Molecular pathway turns a juvenile heart into an adult heart 0 None
2005-01-17 Doctors fail to recognise depressive symptoms in more than 40 per cent of older patients 0 None
2005-01-16 Sex hormones modulate brain damage in multiple sclerosis 0 None
2005-01-16 How do you remember your own name? 0 None
2005-01-16 Tobacco smoke triggers the production of COX-2 0 None
2005-01-13 Discovery offers promise for treatment of age-related hearing loss 0 None
2005-01-13 Researchers shed new light on the development of cancers, particularly breast and prostate cancer 0 None
2005-01-13 New figures highlight trends in drug and alcohol misuse 0 None
2005-01-12 Low carbohydrate diet may prevent Alzheimer's disease 0 None
2005-01-12 Gene transfer used to deliver antibodies to fight Anthrax 0 None
2005-01-12 Pancreatic beta-cells play an important role in the existence of polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) 0 None
2005-01-12 Scientists uncover new evidence to help explain statins’ effects in Alzheimer’s disease 0 None
2005-01-12 Euro funding for diabetes and exercise research 0 None
2005-01-12 Research into the physical basis of beliefs and subjective experience 0 None
2005-01-12 More research needed to explore links between physical activity and built environment 0 None
2005-01-12 Australian scientists to become key players in international health research 0 None
2005-01-12 Researchers to test new leukemia drug 0 None
2005-01-12 New tool to detect Alzheimer's early 0 None
2005-01-12 A little anxiety can be a good thing when it comes to cancer symptoms 0 None
2005-01-12 What makes an allergen an allergen? 0 None
2005-01-12 Why do women live longer than men? 0 None
2005-01-11 Elevated blood sugar levels and diabetes are risk factors for developing several types of cancer and mortality 0 None
2005-01-11 Gold is rewriting the script 0 None
2005-01-10 Novel vaccine that uses immune cells as factories to produce Her2/neu protein may offer a way to treat some breast cancers 0 None
2005-01-10 Medical recommendations can conflict with a patient’s religious beliefs 0 None
2005-01-10 Weight, fitness and lifestyle are important factors contributing to metabolic syndrome 0 None
2005-01-10 Fundamental question of cell death answered 0 None
2005-01-10 Lack of sleep could make you fat 0 None
2005-01-10 Plant research may help understand cancer 0 None
2005-01-10 Morse code for human cells 0 None
2005-01-10 Body drumming a hit for phobics 0 None
2005-01-09 Novel treatment promises to be an effective cure for tuberculosis 0 None
2005-01-09 Why the Mediterranean diet appers to protect against breast cancer 0 None
2005-01-09 Statins lower C-reactive protein (CRP), a major new risk factor for heart disease marked by inflammation 0 None
2005-01-09 Mammals other than humans can distinguish between different speech patterns 0 None
2005-01-09 Novel Structure Proteins (NSP) could help predict the possibility of tumor growth in a patient 0 None
2005-01-09 How consumers process negative food messages 0 None
2005-01-09 Zinc treatment may help prevent esophageal and oral cancers 0 None
2005-01-07 Hormone replacement therapy associated with increased risk of stroke 0 None
2005-01-07 Injuries and deaths caused by unexploded ordnance in Afghanistan 0 None
2005-01-07 Most alcohol-related plane crashes occur at night and in poor weather 0 None
2005-01-07 First program to apply RNA interference (RNAi) technology to asthma 0 None
2005-01-07 New form of treatment for cancer of the larynx 0 None
2005-01-06 Ascorbic acid doesn't seem to help physical exercise performance 0 None
2005-01-06 Now significantly easier to search long stretches of DNA for genetic changes associated with disease 0 None
2005-01-06 Protein discovery with medical implications 0 None
2005-01-06 Researchers want to see physicians reevaluate the drugs their elderly patients take to determine if they are appropriate 0 None
2005-01-06 Single abnormal cell can duplicate to form cancerous tumors 0 None
2005-01-06 Mutated gene may provide better idea of how cancer develops and progresses 0 None
2005-01-06 Processes shed light on how DNA recombination mechanisms are related 0 None
2005-01-06 Gene sequencing explains why natural bioremediation 'bug' has big appetite for chlorinated pollutants 0 None
2005-01-06 In the first few days of each month, fatalities due to medication errors rise by as much as 25 percent above normal 0 None
2005-01-06 New insights into the strategies that the brain uses to measure time 0 None
2005-01-06 Glia cells may be essential for the normal development of nerve cells responsible for hearing and balance 0 None
2005-01-06 Antibiotics protect nerves in mice by turning on genes 0 None
2005-01-05 Discovery of gene related to p53 called Bnip3L that can also cause cell death 0 5
2005-01-05 New hope for millions of patients suffering from liver damage (cirrhosis) 0 4
2005-01-05 Protein in cardiac muscle cells may play a crucial role in heart failure prevention 0 None
2005-01-05 Functional magnetic resonance imaging helps visualize the human brain as a massive, interacting, complex network 0 None
2005-01-05 Airflow through the human nose is more complicated than that over a jumbo jet’s wing 0 None
2005-01-05 New genetic clues provide better understanding of epilepsy 0 None
2005-01-05 New protein discovered holds promise for use in medicine and nanoscience 0 None
2005-01-05 Direct modulation of progesterone signaling appears to influence ovarian cancer risk 0 None
2005-01-05 Depression can double the risk of death or repeat heart disease in heart attack patients 0 None
2005-01-04 Calcium intake contributing factor in formation of kidney stones 0 None
2005-01-04 £2.5 million to support further research into gene therapy for cystic fibrosis 0 None
2005-01-03 For uncomplicated colds antibiotics are not necessary 0 None
2005-01-03 Link between fast food, weight gain, and insulin resistance 0 None
2005-01-03 Least forceful way to deliver a baby whose shoulders are stuck in the birth canal 0 None
2005-01-03 Minimally invasive surgery to alleviate the pain and pressure of sinusitis is a safe 0 None


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