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Using caffeine to study how the brain processes information

Using caffeine to study how the brain processes information

Mice study offers new insight on irritable bowel syndrome

Mice study offers new insight on irritable bowel syndrome

Researchers discover new cellular player involved in obesity

Researchers discover new cellular player involved in obesity

New wireless, light-activated electrode advances neural stimulation

New wireless, light-activated electrode advances neural stimulation

FDA clears patient-specific airway stents developed by Cleveland Clinic physician

FDA clears patient-specific airway stents developed by Cleveland Clinic physician

Researchers identify new prevention strategy for type 1 diabetes

Researchers identify new prevention strategy for type 1 diabetes

Smoking dormant HIV virus out into the open to develop a cure

Smoking dormant HIV virus out into the open to develop a cure

Diabetes drug could be repurposed as new treatment to prevent miscarriage

Diabetes drug could be repurposed as new treatment to prevent miscarriage

Frequently cited claim that e-cigarettes are '95% safer' is misleading and outdated

Frequently cited claim that e-cigarettes are '95% safer' is misleading and outdated

Loss of stress hormone is a hallmark of pancreatitis, shows study

Loss of stress hormone is a hallmark of pancreatitis, shows study

New hydrogel prevents and treats infections in wounds

New hydrogel prevents and treats infections in wounds

A new autoinflammatory disease called CRIA syndrome discovered

A new autoinflammatory disease called CRIA syndrome discovered

Airway Therapeutics receives funding to advance BPD treatment

Airway Therapeutics receives funding to advance BPD treatment

Study finds no significant link between using talc and ovarian cancer risk

Study finds no significant link between using talc and ovarian cancer risk

Gut microbes may play a role in stroke recovery

Gut microbes may play a role in stroke recovery

Children with peripherally inserted central catheters are more likely to develop blood clots, study shows

Children with peripherally inserted central catheters are more likely to develop blood clots, study shows

Study reveals new mechanism that controls the causes of stomach disease

Study reveals new mechanism that controls the causes of stomach disease

New medicine can revolutionize treatment of inflammatory diseases and cancer

New medicine can revolutionize treatment of inflammatory diseases and cancer

Updated guideline for management of osteoarthritis of the hand, hip and knee released

Updated guideline for management of osteoarthritis of the hand, hip and knee released

Interplay between relaxin and Wnt signaling has positive effects on aging heart

Interplay between relaxin and Wnt signaling has positive effects on aging heart