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Blood test that identifies risk of Alzheimer’s disease shown to be highly accurate in large study

Researchers from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have developed a highly reliable blood test for identifying Alzheimer’s disease, which uses the biomarkers amyloid beta proteins Aβ42 and

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Stimulation of specialized ganglion restores full motor function in mice with Parkinson’s Disease

A research group from the University of Copenhagen have identified a specific area of neurons that when stimulated, restores full movement function in mice presenting Parkinson’s Disease. (Credit: A mouse

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Inhalation-based vaccinations shown to provide long-lasting protection against SARS-CoV-2

The inhalation-based vaccine showed to be equally as effective as currently used COVID-19 vaccinations, at fractions of the current dose. Researchers from McMaster University have demonstrated that an inhalation-based COVID-19

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Growth factor deficiency identified in TNF-induced inflammatory bowel disease

A Cornell research team has identified a new target for treatment in inflammatory bowel disease.

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New drug delivery system shown to effectively deliver therapeutic levels of gene-editing proteins

A Harvard research team has developed a new generation of virus-like particles, capable of delivering gene-editing proteins with high-specificity.

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Adolescent obesity associated with abnormal heart development

A King’s College research team found abnormal cardiac development associated with childhood obesity. These abnormalities included a tilted left ventricle, an asymmetry commonly associated with aortic stenosis patients. Rising obesity