Thursday, May 19, 2022

Harvard Gazette

Some patients with long COVID have lasting nerve damage

Almost all post-COVID neuropathy is linked to a potentially treatable immune dysfunction.

Epstein-Barr virus may be the cause of Multiple sclerosis

The first study to provide ‘compelling evidence of causality.

Olive oil consumption lowers the risk of premature death

Add olive oil to cut the risk of early death.

New discovery about electron behavior could lead to a superpowered world

Potential step toward new superconductors.

Study predicts how SARS-CoV-2 evades vaccines

Evolving mutations that evade immune defenses.

Using AI to identify the risk of atrial fibrillation

AI-based method predicts risk of atrial fibrillation, helping clinicians protect patients’ heart health.

Blocking Alzheimer’s hallmark could help ALS patients

The study suggests Alzheimer’s hallmark as a potential treatment target.

Baby teeth could tell about a child’s risk of mental health disorders

Like the rings of a tree, teeth contain growth lines that may reveal clues about childhood experiences.

Study finds how chronic stress leads to hair loss

Harvard study IDs mechanism that regenerates hair follicle stem cells.

A moving supermassive black hole discovered

Blackhole on the move.

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