Posted on 19 Apr 2017
Is It Possible to Safely Eliminate Senescent Cells and Reduce the Signs of Aging? Senescent cells plague us even if we aren’t elders. Studies have shown that aging cells can have a strong detrimental effect on the body from…

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Posted on 17 Apr 2017
New Mouse Model Could Lead to New Treatments for Post-Malaria Epilepsy Children under 5 living in undeveloped countries are prone to malaria, and the mortality rate in these cases is not the only concern. Survivors may also develop epilepsy,…

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Posted on 14 Apr 2017
Gladstone Scientists Discover a New Role for Telomere Length in the Development of Aging and CAVD Severity The mechanism through which human aging is influenced by the length of telomeres has long remained unknown. Now, a new discovery presented…

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Posted on 10 Apr 2017
Does HBP Play a Major Role as a Risk Factor for MS Disability Progression? Based on studies investigating the effects of high blood pressure on the progression of multiple sclerosis (MS), opinions among scientists vary greatly. While some experts…

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Posted on 03 Apr 2017
New Mouse Model Study Shows Promise in the Treatment of Amyotropic Lateral Sclerosis Recent research regarding the properties of butyrate – a bacterial metabolic byproduct – shows its ability to increase the life span of laboratory mice in experiments…

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Posted on 29 Mar 2017
Can Cannabis Treatments Help Patients Suffering from the Pain and Debilitating Dysfunction of Multiple Sclerosis? Cannabis-based oil products, also known as medical marijuana treatment, has long been known as an effective treatment for a variety of disorders. Canadian scientists…

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Posted on 27 Mar 2017
Granzyme A: Identifying the Real Culprit Behind Arthritic Inflammation Caused by the Chikungunya Virus According to a new study conducted by Natalie Prow and Jane Wilson at the QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute, Australia, a new proteinase was identified…

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Posted on 13 Mar 2017
The Use of a New Drug Discovered to Treat Lymphedema Effectively in Mouse Experiments With 50,000 new cases of lymphedema each year, the debilitating complication resulting from the removal of lymph nodes during cancer treatment is a growing problem…

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Posted on 10 Mar 2017
Genistein and Breast Cancer Tumors: Should Soy Consumption Be Halted in Breast Cancer Patients? According to recent scientific findings, the positive or negative effects associated with breast cancer patients consuming soy products can differ according to when the food…

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