Researchers at the University of Washington have come up with a device which acts as a monitor for infant breathing patterns while playing white noise to soothe them to sleep.
NIH awards new contract to integrate pathogen and vector genomics database
Study: Natural loss of foot muscles in rodents shares similarities with skeletal muscle atrophy
Researcher explores biological processes that cause fertility problems in humans
International system can provide practical guideline on cannabis use, say researchers
Study: Genetic differences in the immune system shape bacteria that colonize the digestive system
Study shows how electrostatic interactions can be regulated to control scroll-like cochleate structures
Meat Allergy After a Tick Bite
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Is the Ketogenic Diet Good or Bad for Migraines?
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Naturally Lower Your Blood Pressure
Neurobiology and Therapeutic Targets of Parkinson’s Disease
What Can We Learn from the Pan-Genome?
Improving Image Resolution Using Nanoparticles
What is Shotgun Lipidomics?
Progress towards a cure for HIV has been the holy grail for HIV researchers since bursting into the public consciousness in 1981.
Painsomnia is experienced by anyone with a chronic pain causing them to lose sleep, which in turn lowers their tolerance to pain.
The vast majority of pollution-related deaths are linked to fine particles less than 2.5 millionths of a metre (known as PM2.5).
Ophthalmology, a highly dynamic space in vision loss and age-related eye diseases with approximately 1.3 billion people living with vision impairment.
Cedric Uytingco, PhD
In this interview, Cedric Uytingco discusses the key benefits of being able to visualize gene expression patterns in neurological samples.
Dr. Peter Awram
In this interview, Peter Awram discusses the benefits of NMR spectroscopy as an analytical technique for the honey industry, in the fight against fraud.
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