Finding cure for rare form of brain cancer in dogs may be key to treating humans, study suggests
A new study from Jackson Laboratories in Bar Harbor, Maine, has found that glioblastoma samples from canine patients were similar to the same tumors found in adults and...
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'Resetting' immune cells improves traumatic brain injury recovery in preclinical trials
Targeting overactive immune cells and dampening their chronic neurotoxic effects may offer new therapeutic strategies for traumatic brain injury , according to new preclinical...
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The human brain is constantly starving for information: What happens when the brain gorges on useless data?
Just like how it gets easily addicted to junk food and its empty nutrients, the human brain can also get addicted to empty information, say researchers from the University of...
2 hours ago - Natural News
Scientists developing a combined vaccine to fight most malignant brain tumor
Scientists are developing a combined vaccine to fight the most deadly form of brain cancer.
2 hours ago - News Medical
Why monkeys choose to drink alone
Why do some people almost always drop $10 in the Salvation Army bucket and others routinely walk by? One answer may be found in an intricate and rhythmic neuronal dance between...
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Brain power: Study links increased vitamin E levels and physical activity to better academic performance in teens
Vitamin E is a potent antioxidant that helps prevent cell damage. But according to a study, adequate levels of vitamin E, coupled with regular exercise, are also associated...
14 hours ago - Natural News - 3 articles
Simple blood test could be used by GPs to aid in earlier brain tumor diagnosis
A new simple blood test for brain tumors that could be used by GPs in primary care is being developed thanks to funding of nearly £500,000 by Cancer Research UK.
19 hours ago - News Medical - 2 articles
Antibodies: The body's own antidepressants
Antibodies can be a blessing or a curse to the brain - it all depends on their concentration.
21 hours ago - ScienceDaily
NIU's Global Round-Up: More infant milk formulators are focusing their efforts on gut and brain health, breast milk linked to baby growth, and more
Whatâs happened across the Nutra-verse over the past seven days? Stay on top of things with our weekly round-up of key news from across the globe.
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Vision rehab treatment effective for stroke and injury related blindness
A new study shows that visual rehabilitation is effective for patients who have suffered vision loss related to stroke or traumatic brain injury.
1 day ago - ScienceDaily
The headlines of Master Doctor
World Health Organization chief is a Chinese puppet, STILL claiming there is...
One of the reasons why so many Americans have so little faith and trust in the United Nations and its various allied organizations is because they have so consistently worked...
Celebrities are beating cancer and avoiding opioids for pain relief by...
For many years, surgery, chemotherapy and radiation were promoted as the only effective options in the treatment of cancer. In recent years, however, an increasing number of...
Artificial Intelligence Can Predict Worsening of Heart Failure Before...
An AI-based sensor can predict the worsening of heart failure days before hospitalization by instantly alerting doctors so that early treatment can be given. This could reduce...
Parents of Food-allergic Kids Advised Not To Pass Their Anxiety Down To Kids
Difficulties faced by parents of children with food allergies of not transferring their own anxieties to their children were briefly discussed by a group of allergists.
Tuberculosis Infection Activated Through New Cancer Treatment
Novel inhibitor treatments for cancer can activate tuberculosis in some patients, according to researchers.
Say Cheers: Gulping Down Half a Pint of Beer can Help You Live Longer
Want to live longer? Drinking just half a pint of beer every day can add more years to year life, suggests a new study.
New Technology Takes Radiation Out of Cancer Screening
Novel technology uses harmless microwaves and artificial intelligence software to detect even small, early-stage tumors within minutes, reports a new study.
Stress Could Make You More Inclined to Help Others
Stress, too, comes with a positive effect! Stress has a justifiably bad credit for making people feel crummy. But new research suggests that despite its adverse side effects...
Simple Blood Test Could Help Identify Heart Disease Risk
Simple blood test could be used to help identify cardiovascular aging and the risk of heart disease. This could ultimately cut down the number of heart disease deaths.
How the Urban Environment Affects the Diet of Its Citizens: Study
New study explores how unhealthy food environments can influence the population's eating behavior.