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The study published in PNAS reveals that emotions create identifiable maps of bodily sensations, consistent across different cultures and races. Using a novel method named "embody," researchers found that subjective emotional experiences are linked to specific bodily changes, providing insights that could aid in understanding and treating mood disorders like depression and anxiety, which alter standard emotional processing.
18-month meditation program improves psychological wellbeing in seniors
Adverse childhood experiences may increase the odds of muscle dysmorphia in young people
Brain peptide identified as key player in heavy alcohol drinking
Study finds racial disparity in the utilization of crucial prostate cancer therapy
New prescription smartwatch accurately detects atrial fibrillation
Combined IgM and IgG rapid antibody test proves effective for COVID-19 diagnosis
Bionics and Neuroprosthetics: The Future of Functionality with Biomedical Engineering
Cryotherapy: the Chilling Effects of Extreme Cold on Health and Wellness
Dancing Through Dementia: How Movement Aids Memory and Mood
Longitudinal detection of circulating tumor DNA with bioinformatics analysis
The principle of digital PCR
The power of biomarkers and the immune system
Revolutionizing Proteomics: Unlocking the potential of automation to overcome industry bottlenecks
The Power of Process Analytical Technology (PAT) in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing
Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Evolution: Mastering Process Development and Scale-Up for Market Success
In the face of these challenges, laboratory automation must be embraced as the solution to clear hurdles and sustain growth.
Liver disease is a huge global health problem, affecting an estimated 1.5 billion people and resulting in over two million deaths yearly.
It is of utmost importance for the future of cancer care to address the oncology workforce skills gap. But what has led to this deficit increase, and how can the sector establish a strong path forward?
Dr. Delfy Góchez.
An interview with Dr. Delfy Góchez.
Kitty van Weezenbeek
An interview with Kitty van Weezenbeek, Director of Surveillance, Prevention and Control of AMR for the World Health Organistion (WHO) AMR division.
Dr. Beverley Isherwood
An interview with Dr Beverley Isherwood.
Using Webinars to Tell Science Stories – PART II
Using Webinars to Tell Science Stories – PART I
A practical guide to critical parameters in acute care testing