Biotechnology, Exercise, Featured, Obesity
Harvard researchers say blood tests can indicate the best exercise regimen for you

Physiological responses to exercise can be highly variable and, until now, unpredictable. According to an interesting new study involving over 650 men and women, the levels of particular proteins in

Metformin shows promise as treatment for COVID-19, according to new study

Metformin is a drug approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration as a prescription medication used to decrease hepatic (liver) glucose production, to decrease GI glucose absorption and to

Biotechnology, Featured
A breakthrough in the physics of blood clotting

According to new study, published in the journal Biomaterials by Georgia Institute of Technology and Emory University modeling the dynamics at play during clot contraction, a still poorly understood phase

High caffeine consumption linked to increased risk of blinding eye disease

According to an international multicenter study, drinking a lot of caffeine on a daily basis can more than triple the risk of glaucoma in those who have a genetic susceptibility

UK minister: Delta variant 40 percent more transmissible, vaccinated still protected

According to Britain’s health minister, the Delta variant of the coronavirus is 40 percent more transmissible than the Alpha variant that caused the last wave of outbreaks in the United