Questions About CAR T Study Lead to Nature, NEJM Retractions
Research describing how CAR T cells could reach the brain has issues with 'underlying data,' leading to retraction of both a Nature paper and an NEJM review. Medscape Medical News
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UQ research may explain why vitamin D is essential for brain health
University of Queensland research may explain why vitamin D is vital for brain health, and how deficiency leads to disorders including depression and schizophrenia.
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Blueprint for treating a deadly brain tumor
In a study of mice and human brain tumors researchers searched for new treatments by exploring the reasons why some patients with gliomas live remarkably longer than others...
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Why are vaccines laced with artificial coloring chemicals made with aluminum, a toxic metal that damages the brain?
A list of vaccine excipients released by the CDC in January 2017 continues to raise safety concerns as immunization shots presented contain some of the most toxic chemicals...
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How Do We Make That Final Decision When Loads Of Choices Are Given?
How does the human brain make selective decisions among a variety of choices?
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Mapping brain circuits in newborns may aid early detection of autism
A new map of newborn babies' brains offers details of structure that will provide a new reference for researchers studying both typical brain development and neurological...
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Neuroscientists reveal that simple brain region can guide complex feats of mental activity
The organization and layout of dendrites is particularly intriguing in the somatosensory cerebral cortex. Like a many-tiered cake, it contains six distinctive layers. Each...
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Study reveals insights into how the brain learns new locomotor patterns
Imagine that while walking on a treadmill at the gym, it suddenly splits in two - one side moving faster than the other. Would you be able to adapt to this change and come up...
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Weight loss in Alzheimer's patients is linked to a decrease in glucose metabolism in the brain
New research from the multimodal neuroimaging for Alzheimer's disease diagnosis study, which is implemented at the National Center for Geriatrics and Gerontology and is...
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Hang up and drive: Cell phone radiation may explain road rage it lowers impulse control and disrupts the blood-brain barrier
Aside from the possibility of being distracted and being prone to causing accidents on the road, people who drive while using their cellular phones are at greater risk of radio...
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Seeing The Way Viruses Infects Cells Up Close
An up-close view of how virus such as Ebola or HIV spread is being studied through x-ray crystallography and computer simulation.
Physical exercise for mental health: New research concludes that children's...
A study conducted by the University of Stirling and University of Edinburgh discovered that children gain better test responses after physical activity that was set at their...
New tool in the fight against superbugs: A test that shows if bacteria is...
A group of researchers from the California Institute of Technology has developed a new antibiotic-resistant detection test. According to Science Daily, their process will allow...
‘Young Blood' Clinics Shut Down After FDA Action
While the FDA did not name Ambrosia its release, it cautioned consumers that there is “no proven clinical benefit” to the transfusions. Although
Too much avoidance of sun exposure causing alarming spike in health...
A recent analysis of more than 100 studies finds that up to 70 percent of Americans are currently suffering from vitamin D deficiency. Data from the latest review also show...
By 2050, 13 Million Cases Of Cervical Cancer Cases Will Be Prevented
Due to rapid adaptation of HPV vaccine in high income countries, an estimated 13 million cases of cervical cancer will be prevented.
Morning Exercise With Short Breaks can Control Blood Pressure
Morning exercise combined with short walking breaks can help control blood pressure in overweight or obese elderly people, especially women. This significantly reduces the risk...
Acid Reflux Medications to Increase Kidney Disease Risk
There is an increased risk of chronic kidney disorders with the usage of proton pump inhibitors for long-term, according to a new study.
Anti-cancer Immunotherapy to Fight Persistent HIV
CRCHUM researchers are exploring a potential therapeutic approach for treating HIV patients with persistent virus
Suicide System of Tuberculosis Bacteria Can Lead to New Therapies
Tuberculosis bacteria have a suicide system which could lead to new treatments for TB. The toxin-antitoxin system that makes the bacteria suicidal is a potential drug target...