Infectious diseases continue to affect and kill a multitude of people worldwide, with vaccination seen as the most powerful weapon against this threat. Vaccines are prepared from weakened forms of … Continue Reading Synthetic vaccine can be stored at warmer temperatures.
Futuristic laser therapy is currently being investigated for numerous medical applications, including the destruction of cancer cells, removing diseased tissue from delicate areas, blasting away toxic brain proteins, and as … Continue Reading New biocompatible nanolaser could function inside living tissues.
According to the CDC, Bacterial Vaginosis (BV) is the most common vaginal infection in women aged between 15 and 44, affecting an estimated 21.2 million women nationwide. BV is associated … Continue Reading Researchers developing vaginal microbiota transplant to treat bacterial vaginosis.
There are a staggering estimated 785,000 new heart attack cases in the United States each year, with no gold standard treatment for repairing the resulting damage to cardiac tissue. There … Continue Reading First-in-human trial shows hydrogel to repair heart is safe to inject.
To ensure all living animals and humans avoid as much danger as possible, they have an inbuilt ‘fight-or-flight’ response. The fight-or-flight response, also known as the acute stress response (ASR), … Continue Reading Bone not adrenaline drives fight or flight response.
Stuttering is a neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by pauses and repeated sounds or words, which disrupt the normal flow of speech, causing great embarrassment for some sufferers. For 1 in 4 … Continue Reading Brain cell involved in stuttering identified.
Bacteria are becoming increasingly resistant to antibiotics, with much work needed to stem the rise of multi-drug resistance. Often, resistance is mediated by genes, which can simply jump from one … Continue Reading New microbiota-based mode of antibiotic-resistant spread identified.
Many ethical, as well as supply issues, surround the use of human brain tissue in research, because of this stem cells are used to develop mini-brains or ‘organoids’, a pea-sized … Continue Reading Brain waves detected in lab-grown mini brains.