July 18, 2019

Milestones are being celebrated for advances in technology that have established the effective use of light to alter the activity of genetically-modified neurons in the brain. This will allow better research and insight into the neural circuitry underlying normal behavior and the circuitry underlying brain disorders. Click here to learn more.

July 11, 2019

Subtle patterns in language might contain early signs of psychosis. Complexity of speech and conveyed ideation may hold clues to mental status and risk. Click here to learn more.

July 11, 2019

The Prostate Urine Risk test, or PUR, not only identifies the presence of cancer earlier than other tests, it can distinguish who will and who will not require treatment within 5 years of diagnosis. This makes the course of care more accurate and avoids unnecessary biopsies. Click here to learn more.

July 11, 2019

Our survival, sustenance and physical maintenance is a balance of hormones and chemical mechanisms. These mechanisms prompt behaviors and choices which promote our well-being. Hormonal-based hunger ensures adequate nutrition. Sleep has been found to likely be cyclic and hormonal-based as well. Click here to learn more.

July 03, 2019

Antibiotic use has been shown to increase susceptibility to viral infections such as the flu and pneumonia. Click here to learn more.

July 03, 2019

New innovations in 3D printing technology has lead to successful generation of human hair follicles that are able to start growing hair! Click here to learn more.

July 01, 2019

A new use of the EEG is highlighting brain activity in brain-injured comatose patients that may predict outcomes and could direct initial decisions and treatment. Click here to learn more.

June 27, 2019

Emerging knowledge regarding diet and nutrition is refining the long-established algorithm of nutritional science. Individual differences in processing food and biological responses are showing to be significant factors in nutritional outcomes. The best choices are not the same for everyone. Click here to learn more.

June 24, 2019

We are human and our accepted diagnostics are a snapshot of current health status. Even A+ checkups are reassuring but they do not preclude risks. Regardless of a “healthy” status, pay attention to the signs and symptoms to help yourself and others. The signs can be subtle, different for men and women and maybe not what you think. Click here to learn more.

June 20, 2019

It has been found that viruses actually converse to coordinate behavior and each has a specific language. This information offers ultimate value in developing new therapies against viral disease, drug-resistant bacterial infections and common but stubborn microbial complaints such as acne and IBD. Click here to learn more.

June 19, 2019

A usual consequence of aging, hardening of the arteries is difficult to avoid. Recent research has uncovered the mechanism and possible remedy in the antibiotic minocycline already in use for acne. Click here to learn more.

June 17, 2019

A promising new laser has been developed which can scan the bloodstream through the skin for cancer cells. The cancer cells are then eradicated when they are forced to implode from the heat of the laser effectively inhibiting metastasis. Click here to learn more

May 24, 2019

Diagnostically elusive but life-changing, the symptoms of Chronic Fatigue syndrome are debilitating due to profound exhaustion, poor stamina and pain. Research has developed a blood test that accurately identified people with this syndrome promising future treatment. Click here to learn more.

May 24, 2019

Long before cognition changes are evident, detectable neurochemical and physiological changes take place in the brains of people who will develop Alzheimer’s. Tests for these early biomarkers would be opportunities for intervention. Click here to learn more. Abstract.

May 24, 2019

Research results are promising to use ultrasound as a non-invasive, drug-free treatment for Diabetes 2. Click here to learn more.

May 23, 2019

Processed foods were developed to be convenient, abundant an low cost. However, even on a restricted diet, ultra-processed healthy-like foods encourage weight gain. You have to over-consume to feel nourished. Pick any of the trendy new diets which eliminate processed foods for “real” food and they all win. Click here to learn more.

May 22, 2019

Abnormal regrowth of lung tissue and chronic inflammation after a serious lung infection is being ascribed to the presence of highly-sensitive epithelial cells that are actually like the chemo-receptor cells of our taste buds. They are sentinels for signs of infection and can trigger acute inflammation. Click here to learn more.

May 20, 2019

Research has revealed that the gut microbiome can react to social stress. This exposure changes the composition of bacteria types to increasing pathogenic varieties and changes the bacteria’s behavior leading to a higher risk for autoimmune attack. Click here to learn more.

May 17, 2019

A smartphone app and a paper cone can be used with precision to detect middle ear fluid buildup in children as young as 9 months and can be used at home. It will help early communication with physicians and monitoring status. Click here to learn more. Abstract.

May 17, 2019

An engineering feat, small tubing has been created that can initially replace weakened or diseased vessels but that transform into a living, functioning vessels. These vessels can fight infection and are capable of self-repair side-stepping host rejection and adverse reactions. Click here to learn more.

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