Medicine & Health
Kevin Koo 2 months ago
Bio-nanotechnologist | Researcher at The Australian Institute for Bioengineering & Nanotechnology
Lab-in-a-drop

208

Next-generation disease diagnostics: Lab-in-a-drop

Researchers have developed a series of solution-based diagnostic technologies, collectively known as the “lab-in-a-drop (LID)” system.
Frank Schulze 3 months ago
Scientist at the German Federal Institute for Risk Asessment (BfR)/ German Centre for the Protection of Laboratory Animals (Bf3R)
air quality

195

A Review on novel developments in air quality assessment

The Earth is the only world known so far to harbor life. There is nowhere else, at least in the near future, to which our species could migrate.
Fabrizio Ferro Ferretti 3 months ago
Economist - School of Social Sciences, UNIMORE - University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy
Obesity

177

Simple vs. Complex Carbohydrate and the Global Obesity Epidemic

Researchers measure the impact of a country’s standard of living on people choice between different types of carbohydrates and obesity.
Dr. David R. Howell 3 months ago
Lead Researcher, Sports Medicine Center, Children’s Hospital Colorado and Assistant Professor, Department of Orthopedics, University of Colorado School of Medicine
concussion

244

Using gait to identify risk of prolonged concussion symptoms

The conclusions may be useful for clinicians who are attempting to counsel patients soon after their injury leading to concussion.
Dr. Karen Liller 4 months ago
Professor and Department Director of Academic Graduate Programs, USF College of Public Health
concussion

195

Baseline concussion testing on our youngest athletes playing sports in recreational leagues

In this novel study, researchers determine baseline concussion scores on 5-11-year-old children playing sports in recreational leagues.
Dr. Trina Racine 4 months ago
Research Associate at the University of Manitoba and Scientific Coordinator at the CHU de Quebec - University Laval
HIV vaccine

536

Scientists are developing a new HIV vaccine that might save millions of lives

Canadian researchers have joined forces to develop an HIV vaccine using the same backbone as that used for the Ebola vaccine recently tested in West Africa.
Martin Anderson 4 months ago
Research associate at the psychology department, Karlstads University Sweden
psychedelic

140

Self-treatment of headache disorders with psychedelic substances

Primarily psychedelic tryptamines like LSD and psilocybin are reportedly effective for both migraine and cluster headache.
Dr Andre F.S. Amaral 4 months ago
Research associate at the National Heart and Lung Institute, Imperial College London
lung disease

388

Scientists question the role of solid fuels in common lung disease

Researchers from Imperial College London found no evidence of an association between the use of solid fuels and chronic airflow obstruction.
Oroma Nwanodi 4 months ago
Independent obstetrician/ gynecologist
papillomavirus

110

Research needed on attitudes towards human papillomavirus vaccination

A review of the literature shows that research into attitudes towards human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination in Andean nations are under-researched.
Dr. Astero Klampatsa 4 months ago
Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Mesothelioma and Lung Cancer CAR T-cell Immunotherapy, University of Pennsylvania
mesothelioma

347

T-cell immunotherapies provide a new treatment option for mesothelioma (cancer)

Mesothelioma is cancer that affects the lining of the lungs. It is becoming more common and affects around 3,000 people per year in the UK alone.

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