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Hormone-fueled breast cancer cells halted with new approach
Scientists identify where hormone-fueled breast cancer cells derive their energy from, and they find a way to block their access to it.
Cancer breakthrough: Novel approach can 'starve' tumors to death
Current research investigates the potential of an experimental compound in causing cancer cell 'starvation' by depriving them of access to a key nutrient.
Scientists create new molecule to combat pain
A decoy molecule that interrupts reactions that occur at the site of an injury could lead to new pain drugs that do not involve the central nervous system.
How gum disease could lead to cancer
How well do you look after your oral health? New research has now linked the bacteria responsible for gum disease with certain types of cancer.
Anti-aging proteins may treat diabetes, obesity, and cancer
A study explores proteins involved in longevity, which may help design treatments for a range of diseases, including obesity, some cancers, and diabetes.
What gaining and shedding weight does to our body
Putting on and losing weight even for a short time can result in dramatic changes in the body's molecular profile, according to a study of personal omics.
How immune cells can be controlled to kill cancer
Researchers have engineered immune system T cells that are primed to find and kill cancer cells and can be remotely activated with noninvasive ultrasound.
Trouble losing weight? This might be why
Some people find it harder to lose weight than others, but why is this? A new study has identified a molecule in fat cells that could be to blame.
We know all about taste — or do we? Study finds new mechanism
When we perceive three of our basic tastes — sweet, savory, and bitter — we might have more than one 'taste channel' to fall upon, a new study suggests.
Weight loss breakthrough: Sunlight is key
New research explains the mystery behind winter weight gain, and the good news is that it has nothing to do with how much we eat. Instead, sunlight is key.
Could targeting the body clock stall brain cancer?
Researchers explore a potential new cancer treatment: an experimental drug that interacts with the body clock, stalling the growth of cancer cells.
Your brain cell structure could influence obesity risk
A genetic predisposition to obesity involves a signaling pathway that occurs in primary cilia, or antenna-like projections on brain cells, says new study.
Night shifts raise women's cancer risk
Women who work long-term night shifts may be at increased risk of developing cancer, especially breast cancer, reveals a new study.
How sniffing your partner's shirt could combat stress
Do you occasionally wear your partner's shirt, or snuggle with their PJs when they're away? A new study explains why, and it's not because you miss them.
Why antidepressants fail to work in some people
Researchers might have uncovered why antidepressants only work in some people and have pinpointed the involvement of the glucocorticoid receptor.
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