Study suggests vaping does not stain teeth

IMAGE: Top row: The staining of enamel exposed to cigarette smoke. Middle row: Minimal staining of enamel exposed to the aerosol from a Tobacco HeatingProduct Bottom row: Minimal staining... Read more »

NIH programs shed light on gene variants and their connections to health and disease

Programs supported by the National Institutes of Health are developing which genes and genomic variants contribute in human disease, allowing their usage in genomic medication and research study. NIH’s... Read more »

Scoliosis linked to essential mineral

IMAGE: Zebrafish that did not have a manganese-related gene grew curved spinal columns. An failure to appropriately utilize the essential mineral manganese might be to blame for some cases... Read more »

Sink traps are surprising source of antibiotic-resistant bacteria in ICU

New York City (October 5, 2018)– During an across the country break out of healthcare-associated infections of an antibiotic-resistant bacteria, an Israeli health center traced duplicated infections of clients... Read more »

Scientists use nanoparticles to improve chemotherapy response, boost anti-tumor immunity

IMAGE: ( L to R) Mohammad Ali Amini,Ph D. prospect in the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences at the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy and Xiao Yu (Shirley) Wu, senior... Read more »

Keeping our cells stable: A closer look at microtubules

IMAGE: Figure 1: A cryo-EM restoration of the microtubule-MAP4-kinesin complex. view more  Credit: Kobe University Microtubules aid to control cell structure throughout our bodies. A group of Japanese scientists... Read more »

Researchers awarded for lifetime achievements in blood pressure research

IMAGE: This is teacher MorrisBrown see more Credit: Queen Mary University of London Two academics from Queen Mary University of London have actually gotten prominent awards from the International... Read more »

More doctor visits lead to less suicide attempts for fibromyalgia patients

Fibromyalgiapatients who frequently visit their doctors are much less most likely to effort suicide than those who do not, according to a brand-new Vanderbilt University Medical Center research study... Read more »

First evidence that soot from polluted air is reaching placenta

Paris,France: Evidence of small particles of carbon, usually produced by burning nonrenewable fuel sources, has actually been discovered in placentas for the very first time, in brand-new research study... Read more »

Scientists use bear saliva to rapidly test for antibiotics

IMAGE: EastSiberian brown bears. view more  Credit: Bear Conservation If you’re checking out the mouth of a brown bear, among the world’s leading predators, your opportunities of survival most... Read more »