E-cigarettes May Increase the Risk of Chronic Lung Disease

A new study shows that e-cigarettes increase the chance of developing lung disease. The chance is even greater if the e-cig user also smokes regular cigarettes. About the Research The new research about e-cigarettes comes from UC San Francisco. Furthermore, the researchers working on this project use data from the…
December 20, 2019
Gene InteractionsNews

Deep Learning Assists Research on Gene Interactions

Scientists use software for facial recognition to establish gene interactions. The new method can revolutionize medical research and our understanding of disease development. About the Research The new gene interactions research comes from Carnegie Mellon University (CMU). Also, the results from the study are available through the Proceedings of the…
December 15, 2019
Memory LossNews

Exercise Intervention Helps Slow Down Memory Loss

Mild cognitive impairment or cognitive impairment without dementia (CIND) is a health condition elderly people suffer from. The condition causes memory loss and in extreme cases, it can progress to Alzheimer’s disease. A new study shows that exercise may help elevate symptoms of the condition. About the Research Researchers working…
December 4, 2019
environmental enrichmentNews

Environmental Enrichment May Correct Errors in Brain Development

New research on mice may help in the treatment of neurodevelopment disorders. The research findings show that environmental enrichment in early childhood plays a crucial role in cognitive development. About the Research The findings, from the research about environmental enrichment and brain function, are available through the journal eNeuro. The…
December 1, 2019

Scientists Record the Assembly of Ribosome in Real-Time

Scientists develop a new method for monitoring ribosome formation in real-time. The new perspective is changing our understanding of cell biology and inner-cellular processes. About the Research The new research about ribosome formation is a collaborative effort between scientists from Sandford University and Scripps Research. The findings are available through…
November 30, 2019

Cannabis Use is Not a Good Method for Fighting Opioid Addiction

A new study shows that cannabis use does not reduce the use of opioids by addicts. About the Research The new research on cannabis comes from McMaster University in Canada. The research findings are available through the Canadian Medical Association Journal. Cannabis use and Opioid Addiction Opioid addiction is a…
November 23, 2019

New Insight about Fertilization May Improve Fertility in the Future

Research on fertilization reveals new insight into the chemical interaction between the egg and the sperm. Scientists working on the project speculate that this new finding may improve the process of in-vitro fertilization. About the Research The new insight about fertilization comes from the University of Virginia, School of Medicine.…
November 21, 2019

New Method for Psychosis Detection

Researchers develop a new method for predicting the onset of psychosis in patients with schizophrenia. About the Research The research team working on psychosis research comes from the University of North Carolina. The research findings from this study are available through the American Journal of Psychiatry. Psychosis Detection in Patients…
November 17, 2019

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