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07.01.2019
22:05 ScienceDaily.comSenescent cell research moves into human trials

Researchers have published findings from a safety and feasibility clinical trial on the removal of senescent cells from a small group of patients with pulmonary fibrosis.

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21:37 TechnologyReview.comCRISPR might soon create spicy tomatoes by switching on their chili genes

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21:15 Google news Sci/TechChinese scientist was told not to create world's first gene-edited babies - CNN

Chinese scientist was told not to create world's first gene-edited babies  CNNChinese scientist who genetically edited babies under armed guard amid fears he could face death penalty  Telegraph.co.ukView full coverage on Google News

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20:53 Reuters.com ScienceChinese scientist criticized for risking "gene-edited" babies' lives

A leading geneticist who ran the conference where a Chinese scientist said he had made the world's first "gene-edited" babies condemned him on Monday for potentially jeopardizing lives and having no biology training.

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20:52 Google news Sci/TechChinese scientist who genetically edited babies under armed guard amid fears he could face death penalty - Telegraph.co.uk

Chinese scientist who genetically edited babies under armed guard amid fears he could face death penalty  Telegraph.co.ukChinese scientist was told not to create world's first gene-edited babies  CNNView full coverage on Google News

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20:42 Reuters.com HealthChinese scientist criticized for risking "gene-edited" babies' lives

A leading geneticist who ran the conference where a Chinese scientist said he had made the world's first "gene-edited" babies condemned him on Monday for potentially jeopardizing lives and having no biology training.

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20:30 ScienceMag.orgArtificial intelligence could diagnose rare disorders using just a photo of a face

Deep learning program creates list of likely conditions based on facial markers

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20:17 CNN HealthChinese scientist was told not to create world's first gene-edited babies

As 2018 drew to a close, one scientist unveiled research that entered a new era of science. But it soon prompted extensive backlash from around the globe.

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19:53 ScienceDaily.comNew approach may curb treatment-related skin fibrosis in cancer patients

A clinical-scientific team specializing in head-and-neck cancer has identified a way to manipulate metabolism to potentially curb skin fibrosis -- a common side effect of radiotherapy affecting quality of life of cancer survivors.

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19:21 ScienceDaily.comStem cell signal drives new bone building

In experiments in rats and human cells, researchers say they have added to evidence that a cellular protein signal that drives both bone and fat formation in selected stem cells can be manipulated to favor bone building. If harnessed in humans,

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18:03 SingularityHub.Com3D Printed Heads Can Unlock Phones. What Does that Mean for Biometric Security?

Facial recognition technology is likely not as safe as you may have thought. This was illustrated by a recent test where 3D printed busts of peoples’ heads were used to unlock smartphones. Out of five tested phones, only one refused to open when presented with the fake head. Other biometric security measures are also showing […]

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13:35 News-Medical.NetKing's researcher and team set up 'Harmonies of Hope' choir for kidney transplant children

A research fellow from King's College London and transplant surgeon in training from Guy's and Evelina Children's Hospital, Mr Pankaj Chandak, has set up a choir for children who have received a kidney transplant.

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08:30 Gizmag Breakthrough study stops cancer hijacking immune cells


Cancer is crafty, using a wide range of insidious tricks to ensure it can survive and spread in the body. But now researchers at Rush University and the University of California, San Diego have found a way to intervene in one of these schemes, preventing tumors from recruiting immune cells to help them grow and metastasize.
.. Continue Reading Breakthrough study stops cancer hijacking immune cells Category: Medical Tags: Cancer Cells Health Immunotherapy Protein Rush University The Immune System UCSD

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03:19 RoboHub.orgHow robots are helping doctors save lives in the Canadian North

Ivar Mendez, University of Saskatchewan It is the middle of the winter and a six-month-old child is brought with acute respiratory distress to a nursing station in a remote community in the Canadian North. The nurse realizes that the child is seriously ill and contacts a pediatric intensivist located in a tertiary care centre 900 […]

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06.01.2019
21:44 Phys.orgIndian scientists slam ancient Hindu 'stem cell' claim

The organisers of a major Indian science conference distanced themselves Sunday from speakers who used the prestigious event to dismiss Einstein's discoveries and claim ancient Hindus invented stem cell research.

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05.01.2019
10:05 Technology.orgFat-rich Mediterranean diet is healthier for you than a low-fat diet

Cardiovascular disease is one of the leading causes of death in the world. Scientists are looking at ways

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03:18 NewScientist.ComBurden of Genius review: The story of the first liver transplants

On the last of our 12 Days of Culture, a film about pioneering liver transplant surgeon Thomas Starzl is one of sacrificing family life for medical advance

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04.01.2019
20:56 Google news Sci/Tech'I will not take it for granted': Heart valve transplant recipient puts gift to work as gym owner - WLWT Cincinnati

'I will not take it for granted': Heart valve transplant recipient puts gift to work as gym owner  WLWT Cincinnati Before her transplant, she struggled to walk up a flight of stairs because of a congenital heart condition.
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20:21 Google news Sci/Tech'I will not take it for granted': Heart valve transplant recipient puts gift to work as gym owner - KCRA Sacramento

'I will not take it for granted': Heart valve transplant recipient puts gift to work as gym owner  KCRA Sacramento Before her transplant, she struggled to walk up a flight of stairs because of a congenital heart condition.
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18:37 TechInvestorNews.comThis doctor thinks medical schools should recruit more like Google and other tech companies (CNBC: Top News)

CNBC: Top NewsThis doctor thinks medical schools should recruit more like Google and other tech companies - The CEO of Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health, is hoping the next generation of doctors will be more empathetic than the last. ...

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18:12 FierceBiotech.comA vaccine for Type 1 diabetes? Provention Bio says a human trial is in sight

Type 1 diabetes is caused by genetic susceptibility and environmental factors, researchers believe. Startup Provention Bio is trying to reduce the environmental risk by way of a vaccine scientists believe can prevent up to 50% of new Type 1 diabetes cases.

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18:00 CNBC health careThis doctor thinks medical schools should recruit more like Google and other tech companies

The CEO of Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health, is hoping the next generation of doctors will be more empathetic than the last.

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17:11 CNBC technologyThis doctor thinks medical schools should recruit more like Google and other tech companies

The CEO of Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health, is hoping the next generation of doctors will be more empathetic than the last.

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17:11 CNBC top newsThis doctor thinks medical schools should recruit more like Google and other tech companies

The CEO of Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health, is hoping the next generation of doctors will be more empathetic than the last.

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15:58 Google news Sci/Tech'I will not take it for granted': Heart valve transplant recipient puts gift to work as gym owner - KCCI Des Moines

'I will not take it for granted': Heart valve transplant recipient puts gift to work as gym owner  KCCI Des Moines Before her transplant, she struggled to walk up a flight of stairs because of a congenital heart condition.
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09:14 News-Medical.NetAdvances in artificial intelligence threaten privacy of people's health data

Advances in artificial intelligence have created new threats to the privacy of people's health data, a new University of California, Berkeley, study shows.

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08:51 News-Medical.NetA small protein plays key role in how cancer stem cells differentiate

A jagged little protein appears to be key to how cancer stem cells differentiate and enable metastasis, according to researchers at Rice University and the Duke University School of Medicine.

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03:03 News-Medical.NetMediterranean diet is the best diet there is

Diets come and go and have their time in the trending list. The U.S. News and World Report has however confirmed that the healthiest diet at present is the Mediterranean diet.

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01:36 TechInvestorNews.comArtificial intelligence can detect Alzheimers in brain scans six years before a diagnosis (Melissa Locker/Fast Company)

Melissa Locker / Fast CompanyArtificial intelligence can detect Alzheimers in brain scans six years before a diagnosis - Six years! Artificial intelligence could one day change the lives of people facing an Alzheimers diagnosis, according to a new study by researchers at UC, San Francisco. Read Full Story ...

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00:40 WhatReallyHappened.com Artificial Intelligence Can Detect Alzheimer’s Disease in Brain Scans Six Years Before a Diagnosis

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03.01.2019
23:39 ScienceDaily.comArtificial intelligence advances threaten privacy of health data

Advances in artificial intelligence, including activity trackers, smartphones and smartwatches, threaten the privacy of people's health data, according to new research.

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22:44 Medscape.ComCancer Moonshot Takes Aim at Smoking

The federally funded Cancer Moonshot program has $21 million allocated for smoking cessation programs for cancer patients. Here's where and how it's being spent.

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19:01 News-Medical.NetSenescent cells in the brain shown to cause obesity-related anxiety

Researchers have shown that obesity increases the level of semi-dormant senescent cells in the brain, which give rise to anxiety-like behaviors.

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17:35 CNN HealthMediterranean diet 101: Tips to start one of the world's healthiest diets

A how-to guide on how to start (and stay on) the Mediterranean diet, considered one of the healthiest diets in the world.

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17:02 FierceBiotech.comJ&J takes stake in Locus’ CRISPR-based ‘Pac-Man’ antimicrobials

Just over a year after its first-round financing, CRISPR company Locus Biosciences has signed up Johnson & Johnson as its first big pharma partner and pocketed a $20 million upfront fee.

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16:02 News-Medical.NetAI could predict Alzheimer's disease six years prior to diagnosis

Researchers have used PET scans to train a machine-learning, artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm to detect early-stage Alzheimer’s disease.

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11:58 Technology.orgArtificial Intelligence Can Detect Alzheimer’s Disease in Brain Scans Six Years Before a Diagnosis

Using a common type of brain scan, researchers programmed a machine-learning algorithm to diagnose early-stage Alzheimer’s disease about

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09:07 Gizmag Intriguing new study finds molecular target to slow aging in worm neurons


Although we generally accept aging as a necessary evil, nobody would pass up the chance to slow it down. Now researchers from the University of Michigan may have found a way to do just that – in worms at least. The team has identified a molecule in neurons that, when blocked, improves motor function in older worms and increases their lifespan and general health. Better yet, similar pathways might be at work inside humans too.
.. Continue Reading Intriguing new study finds molecular target to slow aging in worm neurons Category: Biology Tags: Aging anti-aging Brain Health Lifespan Molecules Neuroscience University of Michigan

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04:32 Google news Sci/TechThe Mediterranean diet ranks No. 1 once again—here’s why - Well+Good

The Mediterranean diet ranks No. 1 once again—here’s why  Well+GoodMediterranean diet named the best for 2019  CNNThe top new, tried-and-true ways to trim down in 2019  Atlanta Journal ConstitutionMediterranean is the best way to eat in 2019, according to new diet rankings  USA TODAYThis is named the best overall diet of 2019  WTAE PittsburghView full coverage on Google News

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02.01.2019
22:53 Google news Sci/TechThe best diet plans for 2019, Mediterranean diet tops list - AZFamily

The best diet plans for 2019, Mediterranean diet tops list  AZFamilyMediterranean diet named the best for 2019  CNNMediterranean is the best way to eat in 2019, according to new diet rankings  USA TODAYLow carb or low fat diet for your 2019 resolution? What recent studies tell us  KARE11.comNeed a new diet this new year? Here's out to pick one and stick with it  USA TODAYView full coverage on Google News

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20:51 Nature.ComHuman genome editing: ask whether, not how

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18:32 CNN HealthMediterranean diet named the best for 2019

For the first time, the Mediterranean diet has won the gold as 2019's best overall diet in rankings announced Wednesday by US News and World Report.

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17:46 Google news Sci/TechMediterranean diet named the best for 2019 - CNN

Mediterranean diet named the best for 2019  CNNLow carb? Low fat? What the latest dieting studies tell us  Atlanta Journal ConstitutionLow carb or low fat diet for your 2019 resolution? What recent studies tell us  WFAA.comNordic diet makes its way on best diets for 2019 list: How to eat like a Viking  GMAView full coverage on Google News

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09:34 Technology.orgAI systems will save hundreds of millions of dollars in drug development

Some people fear artificial intelligence, which is a bit odd. It is created by people and it is

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06:55 Gizmag Breakthrough study explains how the immune system puts cancer cells to sleep


An exciting new study, led by a team of Australian researchers, has uncovered how the immune system can keep cancer cells in a dormant state. The breakthrough insight is hoped to offer new pathways for research into immunotherapy techniques that can essentially stop a tumor's growth for an indefinite period of time.
.. Continue Reading Breakthrough study explains how the immune system puts cancer cells to sleep Category: Science Tags: Cancer Immunotherapy The Immune System Tumors

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01.01.2019
15:44 NYT Science‘Genesis 2.0’ Review: How to Clone a Mammoth

Is it possible to bring back the mammoth? The documentary “Genesis 2.0” investigates.

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13:17 NewScientist.ComBaby chicks could be given faecal transplants to ward off infections

Farmed chickens often carry diseases like Campylobacter, which can cause food poisoning, but faecal transplants dramatically slow the spread of the bacteria

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31.12.2018
20:02 ScienceDaily.comThe immune system's fountain of youth

Helping the immune system clear away old cells in aging mice helped restore youthful characteristics.

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19:10 Nature.ComStructure of the post-translational protein translocation machinery of the ER membrane

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16:45 LiveScience.comWoman Develops Donor's Peanut Allergy After Lung Transplant

Sometimes, you just really want a peanut butter and jelly sandwich. And, as long as you're not allergic to the ingredients, that's totally fine. At least, that's what one woman thought.

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06:20 News-Medical.NetInsilico to present 'AI-powered end-to-end pipelines for drug discovery' at Longevity Therapeutics 2019

Insilico Medicine, a Rockville-based company developing the end-to-end drug discovery pipeline utilizing the next generation artificial intelligence, will present its latest results in modern and next-generation AI for Drug Discovery at The Longevity Therapeutics 2019 in San Francisco, 30 of January.

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30.12.2018
23:40 TechInvestorNews.comGoogle Clouds Toby Cosgrove: Data, AI can help transform health care without privacy risks (CNBC: Top News)

CNBC: Top NewsGoogle Clouds Toby Cosgrove: Data, AI can help transform health care without privacy risks - Toby Cosgrove is taking some of the lessons learned at the latter to help his new employer effect big changes to health care. ...

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21:11 CNBC technologyGoogle Cloud's Toby Cosgrove: Data, AI can help transform health care without privacy risks

Toby Cosgrove is taking some of the lessons learned at the latter to help his new employer effect big changes to health care.

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21:11 CNBC top newsGoogle Cloud's Toby Cosgrove: Data, AI can help transform health care without privacy risks

Toby Cosgrove is taking some of the lessons learned at the latter to help his new employer effect big changes to health care.

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29.12.2018
23:28 Google news Sci/TechPoll: Two Thirds of Americans Support Human Gene Editing to Cure Disease - Futurism

Poll: Two Thirds of Americans Support Human Gene Editing to Cure Disease  Futurism The majority of U.S. adults would support human gene editing to protect babies against disease, according to a new poll — but not for aesthetic reasons.
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20:12 WhatReallyHappened.comA daily glass of wine is NOT harmful to pensioners with heart disease – it could make them live LONGER, study finds

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14:36 Google news Sci/TechAP-NORC Poll: Most support gene editing to protect babies - KSL.com

AP-NORC Poll: Most support gene editing to protect babies  KSL.comReport: Scientists in China Are Losing Track of Gene-Edited CRISPR Patients  GizmodoChinese Gene-Editing Experiment Loses Track of Patients, Alarming Technology’s Inventors  The Wall Street JournalChinese Scientists Reportedly Lost Track of Gene-Edited Patients  FuturismScientists in China are losing touch with patients of gene editing trials: Report  FirstpostView full coverage on Google News

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13:30 TechInvestorNews.comChinese Gene-Editing Trial Loses Track of Patients, Alarming Technologys Inventors (WSJ.com: WSJD)

WSJ.com: WSJDChinese Gene-Editing Trial Loses Track of Patients, Alarming Technologys Inventors - A gene-editing trial in China lost touch with cancer patients whose DNA was altered, alarming some Western scientists who say subjects should be monitored for many years. ...

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01:15 Google news Sci/TechReport: Scientists in China Are Losing Track of Gene-Edited CRISPR Patients - Gizmodo

Report: Scientists in China Are Losing Track of Gene-Edited CRISPR Patients  GizmodoAP-NORC Poll: Most support gene editing to protect babies  KSL.comChinese Scientists Reportedly Lost Track of Gene-Edited Patients  FuturismChinese Gene-Editing Experiment Loses Track of Patients, Alarming Technology’s Inventors  The Wall Street JournalChina Asks Universities to Inspect, Report on Gene-Editing Work  BloombergView full coverage on Google News

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28.12.2018
23:50 WhatReallyHappened.comCHINESE SCIENTISTS REPORTEDLY LOST TRACK OF GENE-EDITED PATIENTS

China is finally looking into its scientists’ human gene-editing trials — but some patients are already out of view.
According a newly published Wall Street Journal story, Chinese scientists using CRISPR technology provided by the startup Anhui Kedgene Biotechnology have lost touch with at least some of the late-stage cancer patients whose DNA they altered.
That means no one knows for sure how the editing may have affected the patients in the longer term — and according to experts, that lack of follow-up could affect CRISPR research far beyond China’s borders.
Keeping Tabs In the U.S., the Food and Drug Administration recommends that researchers follow up with patients involved in gene therapy trials for 15 years. No such recommendation exists in China, however, and Chinese CRISPR researchers’ lack of extended follow-up could prove disastrous as the nascent technology finds its

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17:10 FT.com HealthLongevity drugs: about time

Blue sky businesses - ageing is a better target than the diseases of age

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17:10 FT.com ScienceLongevity drugs: about time

Blue sky businesses - ageing is a better target than the diseases of age

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16:48 Google news Sci/TechAfter CRISPR Twins, Gene Editing Holds Promise and Peril for Humanity - National Catholic Register

After CRISPR Twins, Gene Editing Holds Promise and Peril for Humanity  National Catholic Register HONG KONG — He Jiankui, a now-former researcher at Southern University of Science and Technology in Shenzhen, China, rose from obscurity to international ...
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16:37 Google news Sci/TechChinese Gene-Editing Experiment Loses Track of Patients, Alarming Technology’s Inventors - The Wall Street Journal

Chinese Gene-Editing Experiment Loses Track of Patients, Alarming Technology’s Inventors  The Wall Street JournalAfter CRISPR Twins, Gene Editing Holds Promise and Peril for Humanity  National Catholic RegisterChina Asks Universities to Inspect, Report on Gene-Editing Work  BloombergQuintView full coverage on Google News

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16:05 FT.com TechnologyBrain-computer interface: neurozone

Blue sky businesses - small steps on a long road

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09:43 News-Medical.NetNew study describes various gene therapy strategies for treating Parkinson's disease

Parkinson's disease is a neurodegenerative disorder characterized by motor and nonmotor deficits majorly caused by the loss of dopaminergic cells in the Substantia Nigra pars compacta as well as the destruction of nigrostriatal pathway.

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08:26 News-Medical.NetStudy explains effects of aging on endothelial health and vascular regenerative capacity

The endothelium plays an important role in cardiovascular regulation, from blood flow to platelet aggregation, immune cell infiltration and demargination.

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02:53 Google news Sci/TechCoffee, alcohol could help you live longer, study says - WWLP.com

Coffee, alcohol could help you live longer, study says  WWLP.comAlcohol, coffee could be key to living longer, UC Irvine study finds  KABC-TVCoffee And Alcohol Could Help You Live Past 90, Study Says  VinePairWant to live past 90? Keep drinking coffee and alcohol (in moderation, of course)  WITI FOX 6 MilwaukeeStudy: Drinking alcohol, coffee linked to living past 90  FOX 31 DenverView full coverage on Google News

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00:33 Google news Sci/TechCris Cyborg: Doing UFC 232 medicals during fight week is ‘ridiculous’ - MMA Fighting

Cris Cyborg: Doing UFC 232 medicals during fight week is ‘ridiculous’  MMA FightingVideo: Joe Rogan still has so many Jon Jones questions, asks UFC’s drug expert all of them  MMA ManiaUFC 232: Alexander Gustafsson - Can't Wait to Put a Beating on Jon Jones  UFC - Ultimate Fighting ChampionshipDespite his sordid history, the science backs Jon Jones' claims of innocence  Yahoo SportsUFC 232 ‘Embedded’ video (Ep. 3): Watch Dana White drop the Jon Jones bomb on Alexander Gustafsson ... with a…  MMA ManiaView full coverage on Google News

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27.12.2018
13:21 Technology.orgThe Road to More Hand Transplants

Over the past 20 years, more than 85 amputees around the world have received a hand or bilateral

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11:42 Technology.orgAdvancement of artificial intelligence opens health data privacy to attack

Advances in artificial intelligence have created new threats to the privacy of health data, a new UC Berkeley

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09:19 News-Medical.NetScientists suggest need for new approach to confront side effects of common anti-cancer therapy

Results of a new study by neuroscientists at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and the University of Toronto suggest that a new treatment approach is needed - and how this may be possible - to address adverse effects of aromatase inhibitors, drugs commonly prescribed to both men and women to prevent recurrence of estrogen-positive breast cancer.

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26.12.2018
21:23 Google news Sci/TechLive Chat: Jon Jones Drug Test, UFC 232 Move, Alexander Gustafsson, Cyborg vs. Nunes, More - MMAFightingonSBN

Live Chat: Jon Jones Drug Test, UFC 232 Move, Alexander Gustafsson, Cyborg vs. Nunes, More  MMAFightingonSBNDana White: ‘Jon Jones didn’t do anything wrong,’ fight with Alexander Gustafasson should happen  Bloody ElbowCris Cyborg didn’t like not being informed in advance of UFC 232 change  MMA FightingThe Bottom Line: Potential Exists for a Night to Remember  Sherdog.comCris Cyborg Routinely Beats Up Men At Gym, Says Coach Jason Parillo  TMZView full coverage on Google News

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20:38 News-Medical.NetNew method of cancer stem cells activation to destroy tumors

This risky method of anti-cancer therapy was suggested by scientists of Far Eastern Federal University (FEFU). Their review of mechanisms for molecular activation of stem cells of gliomas (most widely-spread brain tumors) was approved for publishing in the Frontiers in Cellular Neuroscience journal.

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01:27 CNN HealthHow to help yourself live longer

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25.12.2018
19:05 WhatReallyHappened.com Human blood cells can be directly reprogrammed into neural stem cells

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24.12.2018
20:08 CNN Health'Wallet biopsy': Organ transplant often depends on patient's finances

Virtually all of the nation's transplant centers require patients to verify how they will cover bills that could total millions of dollars, plus monthly costs that average $2,500 for anti-rejection drugs that must be taken for life.

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17:13 AzoRobotics.comNew Artificial Intelligence System Enables Accurate Diagnosis and Classification of Intracranial Hemorrhage

Using artificial intelligence, researchers from the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) Department of Radiology have created a new system to rapidly diagnose and define brain hemorrhages and also to...

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13:23 ScienceNewsDaily.orgIBM Research shows how health insights may come from fingernail wearable

A tiny fingernail sensor has been worked up that monitors diseases and movement disorders. IBM Research tells their prototype story in a December video.

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23.12.2018
16:54 Google news Sci/TechFDA issues warning after a dozen people get sick from stem cell treatments - SFGate

FDA issues warning after a dozen people get sick from stem cell treatments  SFGateStem cell shots tied to bacterial infections, CDC says  CBS NewsFDA issues warning after stem cell treatment sickens  The Mercury NewsStem cell shots linked to bacterial infection outbreak  Honolulu Star-AdvertiserStem cell shots linked to bacterial infection outbreak that's sickened at least 12  Fox NewsView full coverage on Google News

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02:32 TechInvestorNews.comIBM fingernail sensor tracks health through your grip (Engadget)

EngadgetIBM fingernail sensor tracks health through your grip - The strength of your grip can frequently be a good indicator of your health, and not just for clearly linked diseases like Parkinsons -- it can gauge your cognitive abilities and even your heart health. To that end, IBM has developed a fingernail sensor that can detect your grip strength ...

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01:38 Google news Sci/TechIBM fingernail sensor tracks health through your grip - Engadget

IBM fingernail sensor tracks health through your grip  Engadget The strength of your grip can frequently be a good indicator of your health, and not just for clearly linked diseases like Parkinson's -- it can gauge your cogn...

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22.12.2018
11:33 Google news Sci/TechStem cell shots tied to bacterial infections, CDC says - CBS News

Stem cell shots tied to bacterial infections, CDC says  CBS News At least 12 patients in three states became infected after getting injections for problems like joint and back pain, the CDC reports.
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06:07 News-Medical.NetCombination of statins and Mediterranean diet more effective in reducing cardiovascular mortality risk

For those who have already had a heart attack or a stroke, the combination of statins and Mediterranean Diet appears to be the most effective choice to reduce the risk of mortality, especially from cardiovascular causes.

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05:47 News-Medical.NetResearchers develop artificial intelligence system to diagnose, classify brain hemorrhages

A team of investigators from the Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Radiology has developed a system using artificial intelligence to quickly diagnose and classify brain hemorrhages and to provide the basis of its decisions from relatively small image datasets.

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04:15 ScienceDaily.comHuman mortality 'plateau' may be statistical error, not hint of immortality

Human error, not human biology, largely accounts for the apparent decline of mortality among the very old, according to a new report. The result casts doubt on the hypothesis that human longevity can be greatly extended beyond current limits.

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02:14 ScienceDaily.comHow sperm stem cells maintain their number

Researchers have revealed a novel mechanism for stem cell number control.

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00:59 ScienceDaily.comHuman blood cells can be directly reprogrammed into neural stem cells

Scientists have succeeded for the first time in directly reprogramming human blood cells into a previously unknown type of neural stem cell. These induced stem cells are similar to those that occur during the early embryonic development of the central nervous system. They can be modified and multiplied indefinitely in the culture dish and can represent an important basis for the development of regenerative therapies.

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00:52 Google news Sci/TechStem cell shots linked to bacterial infection outbreak - Honolulu Star-Advertiser

Stem cell shots linked to bacterial infection outbreak  Honolulu Star-AdvertiserStem cell shots linked to bacterial infection outbreak that's sickened at least 12  Fox News12 People Hospitalized With Infections From Stem Cell Shots  The New York Times12 Hospitalized in 3 States After Receiving Contaminated Stem Cell Infusions, Injections From San Diego Company: CDC  KTLA Los AngelesStem cell shots linked to outbreak of bacterial infection  NBCNews.comView full coverage on Google News

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00:37 ScienceDaily.comArtificial intelligence system learns to diagnose, classify intracranial hemorrhage

A team of investigators has developed a system using artificial intelligence to quickly diagnose and classify brain hemorrhages and to provide the basis of its decisions from relatively small image datasets.

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00:37 ScienceDaily.comStatins are more effective for those who follow the Mediterranean diet

For those who have already had a heart attack or a stroke, the combination of statins and Mediterranean Diet appears to be the most effective choice to reduce the risk of mortality, especially from cardiovascular causes.

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21.12.2018
23:01 Google news Sci/TechStem cell shots linked to bacterial infection outbreak that's sickened at least 12 - Fox News

Stem cell shots linked to bacterial infection outbreak that's sickened at least 12  Fox News Health officials on Thursday reported an outbreak of bacterial infections in people who got injections of stems cells derived from umbilical cord blood.
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22:02 ScienceDaily.comStructure and function of photosynthesis protein explained in detail

Researchers have solved the structure and elucidated the function of photosynthetic complex I. This membrane protein complex plays a major role in dynamically rewiring photosynthesis.

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21:54 MedicalNewsToday.comMedical News Today: Mediterranean diet nutrients tied with healthy brain aging

A study of older adults links blood markers of certain nutrients that are present in the Mediterranean diet to better cognition and brain connectivity.

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20:38 TechInvestorNews.comIBM’s wearable tech monitors your health by checking your hand strength (Luke Dormehl/Digital Trends)

Luke Dormehl / Digital TrendsIBM’s wearable tech monitors your health by checking your hand strength - IBM has developed a first of its kind fingernail sensor prototype, designed to measure your grip strength throughout the day. Heres how it could potentially save your life some day. The post IBMs wearable tech monitors your health by checking your hand strength appeared first on Digital Trends. ...

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19:31 TechInvestorNews.comIBM wants doctors to use this tiny fingernail sensor to track diseases (Melissa Locker/Fast Company)

Melissa Locker / Fast CompanyIBM wants doctors to use this tiny fingernail sensor to track diseases - The tiny sensor can monitor cardiovascular health. The next time you get your nails done, it might be at the request of your doctor. Read Full Story ...

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16:42 Phys.orgStructure and function of photosynthesis protein explained in detail

An international team of researchers has solved the structure and elucidated the function of photosynthetic complex I. This membrane protein complex plays a major role in dynamically rewiring photosynthesis. The team from the Max Planck Institute for Biochemistry, Osaka University and Ruhr-Universität Bochum together with their collaboration partners report the work in the journal Science, published online on 20 December 2018.

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16:20 ModernHealthCare.comStem cell pain-relieving shots linked to bacterial infection outbreak

Health officials are reporting an outbreak of bacterial infections in patients who got injections of stems cells derived from umbilical cord blood.

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16:18 News-Medical.NetNew data demonstrates clinical utility of AlloSure in repeat kidney transplant recipients

CareDx, Inc., a leading molecular diagnostics company focused on the discovery, development and commercialization of clinically differentiated, high-value diagnostic solutions for transplant patients, today announces the publication of data demonstrating the clinical utility of measuring AlloSure in repeat kidney transplant recipients in the American Journal of Transplantation.

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16:18 News-Medical.NetRevolutionary ‘Heart in a Box’ transplantees hope for a bright future this Christmas

Last year two critically ill heart patients were facing an uncertain future, but this Christmas Scotland’s first revolutionary ‘Heart in a Box’ transplantees are looking forward with hope.

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