Thursday, August 11, 2022

Health

Study reveals how the ovarian reserve is established

The study defines the epigenetic machinery that governs the establishment and function of the ovarian reserve.

Scientists identify novel molecular biomarkers in cells that spread a deadly form of breast cancer

The study could pave the way for developing new treatments that target such molecular variations.

Eating disorders are mostly observed in elderly population

Eating disorders are psychological situations defined by extreme and continuous disturbances in eating, which is associated with stressful thoughts and emotions. They can affect...

Antimicrobial-resistant bacteria found in neonates from low- and middle-income countries

They also found examples of transmission of sepsis-causing resistant bacteria within hospitals...

Poor health-related quality of life can lead to rare diseases

Evaluating the health-related quality of rare diseases

Lifting weights may make vegans’ bones stronger than those of other plant-based eaters

Vegans and omnivores who do resistance training may have similar bone structures.

Children’s noses can better inhibit COVID-19

It’s a different ball game when it comes to the Omicron variant.

Consistent approaches to surgical innovation are urgently needed, study

After examining NHS hospital policies for introducing new surgical and other invasive procedures and devices in England and Wales, scientists, as a part of...

Growth differences during twin pregnancy have an effect later in life

Unfavorable conditions in the womb can lead to lifelong adverse health effects.

Another byproduct of aging: Hypermutations in the brain

This is the first large-scale study of somatic mutations in human brains.

Study reveals significant variations in monkeypox symptoms between current and past outbreaks

The study characterized the clinical features of monkeypox infection in humans.

The study offers evidence that alcohol accelerates biological aging

It has been less certain whether alcohol also accelerates the aging process.

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