What protects killer immune cells from harming themselves?

White blood cells, which launch a harmful potion of proteins to eliminate malignant and virus-infected cells, are secured from any damage by the physical homes of their cell envelopes,... Read more »

New way to wrap liquid drops could improve drug delivery

IMAGE: PhD trainee Sirshendu Misra, lead scientist on the advancement of new encapsulation technology, operating in the Micro Nano-Scale Transport Lab at the University of Waterloo. view more  Credit: BRIAN... Read more »

A climate model developed by ISGlobal provides long-term predictions of ‘El Niño’ events

Although a number of functional climate designs are capable of forecasting El Niño events, they cannot carry out long-term anticipates over half a year beforehand. Now, a group from... Read more »

Smartphone app reminds heart patients to take their pills

Buenos Aires, Argentina 19 Oct 2019: Heart patients utilizing a smartphone app suggestion are most likely to take their medication than those who get composed directions, according to a... Read more »

Pioneering clinical trial to treat psychosis in Parkinson’s patients using cannabidiol

A pioneering clinical trial will examine making use of cannabidiol (CBD) – a substance discovered in the marijuana plant – in individuals with Parkinson’s-associated psychosis. Parkinson’s UK, the biggest... Read more »

Meet the molecule that helps stressed cells decide between life and death

IMAGE: Delegated right: Thirumala-Devi Kanneganti, Ph.D., a member of the St. Jude Department of Immunology, with postdoctoral fellows Parimal Samir, Ph.D. and Kesavardhana Sannula, Ph.D. The group has actually recognized... Read more »

Probiotics are not always ‘good bacteria’

IMAGE: This is UT’s Hyun Jung Kim, holding a ‘gut-on-a-chip’ microphysiological system. view more  Credit: Cockrell School of Engineering, The University of Texas at Austin The very first research... Read more »

High stroke impact in low- and middle-income countries examined at 11th World Stroke Congress

WHAT: 11 th World Stroke Congress unites prominent global stroke specialists and an unequaled clinical program covering public health, avoidance, intense care, healing and rehab in 100 s of... Read more »

Study suggests vaping does not stain teeth

IMAGE: Top row: The staining of enamel exposed to cigarette smoke. Middle row: Minimal staining of enamel exposed to the aerosol from a Tobacco HeatingProduct Bottom row: Minimal staining... Read more »

NIH programs shed light on gene variants and their connections to health and disease

Programs supported by the National Institutes of Health are developing which genes and genomic variants contribute in human disease, allowing their usage in genomic medication and research study. NIH’s... Read more »