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Memory impairment and difficulties focusing among the symptoms COVID ‘long-haulers’ continue to face

A UC San Diego research team has revealed the neurological conditions that many people face months following infection by SARS-CoV-2. The first batch of data from the University of California

Biotechnology, Cancer, Gastroenterology, Longevity, Med Lifestyle, Medical News, Pharmaceuticals, World health
Cancer drug shows 100% efficacy in clinical trial involving a dozen patients

A clinical trial assessing the efficacy of drug, Dostarlimab, on a subtype of colorectal cancer was shown to be effective in eliminating cancer in all of the trial’s patients. (Credit:

Biotechnology, Med Lifestyle, Medical News
Researchers develop artificial muscle fibers capable of mimicking human muscles

When compared to present actuators, the proposed copolymer muscle fibers outperform them in various areas, including efficiency (75.5%), actuation strain (80%), and mechanical characteristics (strain-at-break of up to 900%). (Credit:

Diabetes, Longevity, Medical News, Metabolic syndrome, Neurocognitive disorders, Neuroscience
Age-related cognitive decline shown to be accelerated by type 2 diabetes

According to a newly published study, age-related cognitive decline occurs at an increased rate of 26% in those with type 2 diabetes (T2D) compared to people without the disease. (Credit:

Biotechnology, Genetics, Medical News, Mood disorders, Neurocognitive disorders, Neuroscience
CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing shown to change social behaviors in animal models

A Georgia State University research team has used CRISPR gene editing technology to show how the Avpr1a receptor affects social behaviors in hamsters. CRISPR-Cas9 technology was utilized by a team

Cardiology, Diet, Gastroenterology, Medical News, Metabolic syndrome, Pharmaceuticals
Varying microbiome composition may explain differences in statin efficacy

A new study’s mix of microbiome and genetic data yields fascinating new insights into possible precision medicine treatment techniques for cardiovascular disease. According to researchers at the Institute for Systems