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A new blood test could help diagnose Alzheimer's
New research focuses on an accurate blood test for Alzheimer's disease. If scientists replicate the study's promising results, it may be a breakthrough.
Infections and cancer: The link could be stronger than we think
Study reveals a common cellular mechanism through which bacterial infection could promote cancer and increase resistance to anticancer drugs.
Honeybees may hold the secret to stem cell youth
The royal jelly that honeybees make to produce new queen bees seems to contain a secret ingredient that can keep stem cells 'young' and powerful.
What role do brain lipids play in Parkinson's disease?
Researchers studying the connection between lipids and toxic protein levels have uncovered a new potential therapeutic target for Parkinson's disease.
Researchers find new drug combo to challenge cancer
Researchers have discovered a new drug combination that may be able to boost cancer treatment while also preventing tumors from becoming therapy-resistant.
Type 1 diabetes: Drawing nearer to treatment that generates new insulin cells
Scientists have mapped the signals in the cellular environment that determine whether immature pancreatic cells will produce insulin.
Cancer cells' use of sugar holds the key to their destruction
Either reducing glucose supply or altering its metabolism in cancer cells could greatly improve effectiveness of virus-based treatments, a study reveals.
New strategy defeats cancer cells that evade chemotherapy
Scientists have found that making the cancer cells that survive chemotherapy more aggressive results in them being vulnerable to anti-inflammatories.
What kind of physical exercise can help you stay young?
Researchers look into which types of physical exercise are best at maintaining a person's cellular health, and thus at supporting healthy aging processes.
What is a normal body temperature range?
Normal body temperature is around 98.6°F, though this varies from person to person. In this article, we look at normal body temperature ranges in adults, children, and babies.
Breast cancer: Tumor growth fueled by bone marrow cells
New research uncovers a mechanism of tumor growth that may explain why some breast cancer tumors are more aggressive than others.
'DNA origami' tackles multidrug-resistant cancer cells
Scientists have developed a 'DNA nanoplatform' that carries anticancer drugs to targeted cancer cells and also prevents the cells from expelling the drug.
Implants 'made of your own cells' could end back pain
If the softer tissue discs that connect spinal vertebrae wear down, they can cause back and neck pain. New, bioengineered implants may solve this problem.
Stopping tumor cell movement halts cancer spread
Using tumor-like microenvironments, scientists stopped cancer cells from spreading, even after the cells had switched to a different way of moving.
Melanoma: Keeping these molecules apart could stop cancer spread
Recent research suggests that stopping the proteins LRP1 and tPA from interacting could form the basis of a treatment to halt metastasis in melanoma.
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