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 Vitamin D shows promise in targeting aging's biological mechanisms, study findsVitamin D shows promise in targeting aging's biological mechanisms, study finds
 
What is currently known about the potential effect of vitamin D (VitD) on modulating some hallmarks of aging.
 
 
 Deskercise: Staying fit in a sedentary lifestyleDeskercise: Staying fit in a sedentary lifestyle
 
This article explores the scientific evidence outlining the risks tied to extended periods of sitting and presents practical interventions to counteract these adverse effects.
 
   California’s expanded health coverage for immigrants collides with Medicaid reviewsCalifornia’s expanded health coverage for immigrants collides with Medicaid reviews
 
Medi-Cal health coverage kicked in for Antonio Abundis just when the custodian needed it most.
 
   Venetoclax combo opens new treatment path for incurable multiple myelomaVenetoclax combo opens new treatment path for incurable multiple myeloma
 
RCSI research has found that venetoclax, a medication currently approved for leukemia, has benefits for patients with multiple myeloma when used in combination with another drug.
 
   COVID-19 vaccine associated with reduced risk of cardiac and clot-related complications after SARS-CoV-2 infectionCOVID-19 vaccine associated with reduced risk of cardiac and clot-related complications after SARS-CoV-2 infection
 
The risk of cardiac and clot-related complications following COVID-19 is substantially reduced in people who receive the COVID-19 vaccination compared with unvaccinated individuals, reports an observational study published online in the journal Heart.
 
 Researchers create new platform to identify proteins for targeted treatment of disease
 
Researchers create new platform to identify proteins for targeted treatment of diseaseResearchers at the University of Toronto and Sinai Health have created a new platform to identify proteins that can be co-opted to control the stability of other proteins -; a new but largely unrealized approach to the treatment of disease.
 
 
 Study reveals breakthrough in non-invasive detection of endometrial cancer
 
Study reveals breakthrough in non-invasive detection of endometrial cancerStudy uncovers proteomic signatures in blood plasma and cervicovaginal fluid that could lead to non-invasive detection methods for endometrial cancer, demonstrating significant potential for early diagnosis and improved patient outcomes.
 
 
 Study unlocks the mystery of neonatal neutropenia in newborns
 
Study unlocks the mystery of neonatal neutropenia in newbornsCompared to adults, newborns are highly susceptible to infections and these infections can cause serious health complications and even death.
 
 
 Understanding genetic testing for hereditary cancer diagnosis
 
Understanding genetic testing for hereditary cancer diagnosisThis article explores the importance of genetic testing for hereditary cancer diagnosis.
 
 
 UC researchers open Phase 2 clinical trial to test new combination treatment for glioblastomas
 
UC researchers open Phase 2 clinical trial to test new combination treatment for glioblastomasA multidisciplinary team of University of Cincinnati Cancer Center researchers have opened a Phase 2 clinical trial to test a new combination treatment for glioblastomas (GBM), the most deadly form of brain tumors.
 
 
 Lactate's role in driving cancer cachexia uncovered
 
Lactate's role in driving cancer cachexia uncoveredStudy highlights the significant role of lactate in promoting cancer cachexia via activation of the adipose-specific G-protein-coupled receptor 81 (GPR81), suggesting new therapeutic targets for this condition.
 
 
 New treatment approach improves recurrence-free survival in early breast cancer patients
 
New treatment approach improves recurrence-free survival in early breast cancer patientsA new treatment approach that combines a targeted therapy drug with hormone therapy significantly increased the amount of time a person with stage 2 or 3 HR-positive, HER2-negative early breast cancer lives without the cancer returning, according to a new study co-led by UCLA Health Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center investigators.
 
 
 Study reveals genetic variant linked to increased risk of leukemia in Hispanic/Latino children
 
Study reveals genetic variant linked to increased risk of leukemia in Hispanic/Latino childrenAcute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL), the most common childhood cancer, disproportionately affects children of Hispanic/Latino origin in the United States.
 
 
 Rising survival rates for AML patients over 65 after allogeneic hematopoietic stem cell transplant
 
Rising survival rates for AML patients over 65 after allogeneic hematopoietic stem cell transplantAmong patients over 65 who received an allogeneic hematopoietic stem cell transplant (allo-HCT) for the treatment of acute myeloid leukemia (AML) between 2000 and 2021, leukemia-free and overall survival improved significantly over time.
 
 
 The efficacy of the Mediterranean diet on health outcomes in adults with cancer
 
The efficacy of the Mediterranean diet on health outcomes in adults with cancerA new study published in Nature explores the safety and benefits of this diet in adults with cancer, in addition to its feasibility in this population.
 
 
 Enhancing the safety and efficacy of breast and ovarian cancer treatment
 
Enhancing the safety and efficacy of breast and ovarian cancer treatmentSome anti-cancer treatments not only target tumour cells but also healthy cells. If their effects on the latter are too strong, their use can become limiting.
 
 
 NUS study reveals key mechanisms behind drug resistance in relapsed acute myeloid leukemia
 
NUS study reveals key mechanisms behind drug resistance in relapsed acute myeloid leukemiaScientists from the National University of Singapore (NUS) have discovered that the evasion of apoptosis is a key driver of drug resistance in patients with relapsed acute myeloid leukaemia (AML), a type of aggressive blood cancer.
 
 
 New insights into the exacerbation of psoriasis through specific genetic defects
 
New insights into the exacerbation of psoriasis through specific genetic defectsThe inflammatory potential of tissue-resident regulatory T cells in a murine gain of function model.
 
 
 Rapid rise in syphilis hits Native Americans hardest
 
Rapid rise in syphilis hits Native Americans hardestFrom her base in Gallup, New Mexico, Melissa Wyaco supervises about two dozen public health nurses who crisscross the sprawling Navajo Nation searching for patients who have tested positive for or been exposed to a disease once nearly eradicated in the U.S.: syphilis.
 
 
 Groundbreaking atlas maps over 80 blood stem cell types
 
Groundbreaking atlas maps over 80 blood stem cell typesThanks to an unusual application of game theory and machine learning technology, a large team of scientists led by experts at Cincinnati Children's has published the world's most detailed "atlas" of the many types of stem cells and early progenitors involved in producing human blood from diverse donors.