Researchers found that repeat SARS-CoV-2 infections contribute significant additional risk of adverse health conditions in multiple organ systems.
NightWare uses information from the Apple Watch heart rate sensor, accelerometer, and gyroscope to detect a nightmare and then disrupt it.
One of the nation’s largest cancer research centers, City of Hope, today announced that the first patient to receive its novel, promising cancer medicine AOH1996 is doing well. The AOH1996 pill, named after Anna Olivia Healey, a young girl born in 1996 who died from cancer, has been effective in preclinical research treating cells derived…
Dietary fiber is good for you, except when it’s not. Researchers uncover the role of dietary fiber and gut microbes in people with inflammatory bowel disease, a finding which could lead to personalized dietary guidelines.
Cambridge scientists have shown that it is possible to spot signs of brain impairment in patients as early as nine years before they receive a diagnosis for one of a number of dementia-related diseases.
A new study supports recommendations that young athletes delay specialization in running, focus instead on ‘multidirectional’ sports.
A recently discovered virus in a Russian bat that is similar to SARS-CoV-2, the virus behind COVID-19, is likely capable of infecting humans and, if it were to spillover, is resistant to current vaccines.
New research has revealed the extent of sensory loss among people suffering from long Covid, with around 30% reporting a decreased sense of smell, and a similar number finding their sense of taste continuing to be affected 12 weeks or more after the initial infection.
Rice University and Baylor College of Medicine researchers have shown they can eradicate advanced-stage mesothelioma tumors in mice in just a few days with a treatment combining Rice’s cytokine “drug factory” implants and a checkpoint inhibitor drug.
Scientists at Tel Aviv University announced the results of a study today that found that while the CRISPR genome-editing method is very effective, it is not always safe and that sometimes, rearranging pieces of DNA compromises genomic stability, possibly triggering cancer in the long run.