Pickled Capers can Activate Proteins Important for Human Brain and Heart Health
Quercetin-rich foods such as pickled capers have been shown to activate proteins required for the normal human brain and heart activity, reveals a new study.
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Spectral notch filters in glasses enhance color vision for those with red-green CVD
A new UC Davis Eye Center study, conducted in collaboration with France's INSERM Stem Cell and Brain Research Institute, found that special patented glasses engineered with...
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Compound in pickled capers can directly regulate proteins required for bodily processes
A compound commonly found in pickled capers has been shown to activate proteins required for normal human brain and heart activity, and may even lead to future therapies for...
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Study may lead to new treatments for people with PTSD and memory disorders
Memories linked with strong emotions often become seared in the brain.Most people can remember where they were on 9/11, or what the weather was like on the day their first...
21 hours ago - News Medical - 2 articles
Nationwide project aims to study how memory training leads to cognitive benefits
How does memory training lead to cognitive benefits? Aaron Seitz, director of the Brain Game Center for mental fitness and well-being at the University of California...
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Is this why kids are so happy? Researchers discover anti-inflammatory fat in soil-dwelling bacterium that can help relieve stress
A fat molecule found in Mycobacterium vaccae, a soil-dwelling bacterium, is behind its potent anti-stress effects, according to a recent study. Published in Psychopharmacology...
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Long-studied protein can be used as biomarker for traumatic brain injury
Scientists at the Walter Reed Army Institute for Research have recently demonstrated that cathepsin B, a well-studied protein important to brain development and function, can...
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New radiotracer can directly measure synaptic changes following stroke
A new radiotracer, 18F-SynVesT-2, can directly assess synaptic density changes in the brain, providing an objective and quantitative measure of disease progression after stroke.
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Woman bedbound after exercise warm up sees fluid leaking from her brain
Diane McCracken, 51, says it feels like an elephant is standing on her brain
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Why are memories attached to emotions so strong?
Multiple neurons in the brain must fire in synchrony to create persistent memories tied to intense emotions, new research has found.
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MRNA Vax Against COVID-19 Passes First Hurdle
Moderna's mRNA vaccine against SARS-CoV-2 produced an immune response in healthy adult volunteers and was mostly well-tolerated, interim findings from a phase I dose-escalation...
25 Mental Health Apps, Directories, and Podcasts to Help Improve Black...
Focusing on your mental health is an important aspect to well-being, but due to the stigma surrounding mental health, many people are afraid or embarrassed to discuss what...
Why Obesity May Stack the Deck for COVID-19 Risk
It has become clearer that people who are obese are one of the groups at highest risk from the disease, regardless of their age
Nitrates in amaranth boost aerobic performance, study finds
An extract of amaranth was shown to boost the aerobic capacity of young male subjects in a cycling test, a study has found.
Bacteria in newborn's stool may indicate risk of obesity
The bacteria found in a baby's first stool can predict its likelihood of becoming overweight by the age of three, according to a new prospective, population‐based study...
Post-COVID Heart Risk; Prone Position Angio; MI Accelerates Breast Cancer
New-onset cardiomyopathy and other potential long-term consequences of COVID-19 on the heart are emerging in case reports. COVID-related ischemic strokes were more severe and...
Half of covid-positive nursing home residents had no symptoms
A Johns Hopkins University study urges universal coronavirus testing in long-term care homes after 55% of 354 patients had no symptoms at the time the tested positive for the...
If You Only Have One Exercise In Your Routine, Make It One Of These
Fitness pros share the workouts and moves they would do every day if they could.
Andexxa Enters Guidelines for Bleeding on Oral Anticoagulation
Recently-approved treatments prompted an update to American College of Cardiology guidance on managing bleeding in patients on oral anticoagulation. New guidance included the...
Squirrel With Bubonic Plague Found in Colorado
Humans can be infected through flea bites, the cough of an infected animal or through direct contact with blood or tissue from an infected animal.