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Engineered T cells can reduce organ transplant rejection and infection

Engineered T cells can reduce organ transplant rejection and infection

Engineered T cells can reduce the risk of organ transplant rejection and infection, in a new molecular approach discovered by the University of Basel's...
Piezoelectric Harvesting and Sensing for Healthcare 2019-2029

Piezoelectric Harvesting and Sensing for Healthcare 2019-2029

IDTechEx Research have recently published a new global market report, "Piezoelectric Harvesting and Sensing for Healthcare 2019-2029". Healthcare electronics is rapidly deploying for wellness, electroceuticals,...
Vitamin D supplements are of little benefit to most over 70s

Vitamin D supplements are of little benefit to most over 70s

Vitamin D supplements are of little benefit to most over 70s to improve bone strength and reduce the risk of falls, according to a...
Military spouses have a higher risk of perinatal depression

Military spouses have a higher risk of perinatal depression

Military spouses whose partners are away on military deployment are at greater risk of developing perinatal depression, according to a review paper published in the...
Chronic pain: The sex variations of pain sensitivity and stress

Chronic pain: The sex variations of pain sensitivity and stress

Scientists studying the driving forces of chronic pain have found sex variations in the memory of pain sensitivity and stress in both humans and...
Cardiovascular diseases: EU-supported pre-clinical research

Cardiovascular diseases: EU-supported pre-clinical research

Professor Dr Mariann Gyöngyösi from the Experimental and Clinical Invasive Cardiology Laboratory of the Medical University of Vienna discusses different animal models in the...
€30 million call: precision medicine for neurodegenerative diseases

€30 million call: precision medicine for neurodegenerative diseases

The Joint Programme in Neurodegenerative Diseases (JPND) has launched a €30 million research call for precision medicine for neurodegenerative diseases. According to Professor Philippe Amouyel,...
Climate change linked to depression and anxiety in Canada

Climate change linked to depression and anxiety in Canada

Climate change and related weather events have been linked to elevated rates of depression, anxiety, and pre-and-post-traumatic stress in Canada. The "Lancet Countdown: Tracking Progress...
PTSD and terrorist attacks affect the heart disease and cancer risk

PTSD and terrorist attacks affect the heart disease and cancer risk

PTSD from terrorist attacks and other traumatic events has been associated with an increased heart disease and cancer risk in a new study. The new study in...
Why some Facebook users have a perception of worsening physical health

Why some Facebook users have a perception of worsening physical health

Facebook use has been linked to a perception of worsening physical health in some Facebook users, according to new research from the University of...

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