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Women who work as cleaners or regularly use cleaning sprays or other cleaning products at home appear to experience a greater decline in lung function over time than women who do not clean, according to new research published online in the American Thoracic Society's American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine.
In a first-of-its-kind study that furthers the applications of nanomedicine, the technique of “DNA origami” through programmed nanorobots has proven successful against breast cancer, melanoma, ovarian and lung cancer tumors.
Most people agree that getting a little exercise helps when dealing with stress. A new BYU study discovers exercise -- particularly running -- while under stress also helps protect your memory.
Kidney stones are a painful health condition, often requiring multiple procedures at great discomfort to the patient. Growing evidence suggests that the incidence of kidney stones is increasing steadily, especially in women.
Findings by a research team at Radboud University (Nijmegen, Netherlands) show that the use of methylene blue was rapidly effective not only for curing patients but also in preventing the transmission of the Plasmodium Falciparum parasites.
A new study examined bone and muscle health in 295 schoolchildren over a whole school year where the children participated in the 'FIT FIRST' training concept, looking into the effects of various types of intense interval training at school.
Influenza vaccination coverage among high-risk groups has dropped in the European Region over the last seven years, and half the countries report a decrease in the number of vaccine doses available.
A pilot study has shown that treatment with deep transcranial magnetic stimulation significantly reduces symptoms of fatigue in patients with multiple sclerosis (MS).
Varenicline, an anti-smoking drug has been shown to be associated with an increased risk of stroke and myocardial infarction. Smokers wishing to quit are encouraged to be more careful in their treatment choices.
The internal anatomy of our lungs is surprisingly variable, and some of those variations are associated with a greater risk of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), a new study led by researchers at McGill University and the Columbia University Irving Medical Center has found.
Scientists identified a gene mutation leading to high and low blood sugar levels. This discovery could aid the search for new methods for allowing the regeneration of beta cells.
The Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) may be hiding in small spaces on the surface of tonsils and tongues of people unaware of hosting the virus, according to a recent study by University of Rochester Medical Center researchers.
Multipotent stromal cells have long been a hot topic in medical research. Scientists have now found a way to specifically mark these stem cells. This makes it possible to analyze their distribution pattern and their function in living organisms.
A new approach to reducing bulging tummy fats has shown promise in laboratory trials. It combines a new way to deliver drugs, via a micro-needle patch, with drugs that are known to turn energy-storing white fat into energy-burning brown fat.
A new study reveals that electronic cigarettes, hookahs, non-cigarette combustible tobacco or smokeless tobacco were associated with conventional cigarettes usage within a year in adolescents, with a higher chance of use for consumers of multiple non-cigarette tobacco products.
Using patient measurement data, researchers have succeeded in further refining the brain modeling platform ‘The Virtual Brain’. The software, which has been downloaded almost 11,000 times to date, has been used in projects and publications across the globe.
Olaparib is an approved drug against BRCA-mutated, advanced ovarian, fallopian tube, primary peritoneal and recurrent epithelial ovarian cancer; for complete or partial chemotherapy responsiveness cases. The FDA approval of January 2018, sets an important benchmark for cancer treatment.
When doctors prescribe antibiotics for children with common respiratory infections, a more selective approach is better. Researchers who studied pediatric treatment practices in 30,000 patients with earaches, strep throat and other common infections found that some antibiotics had fewer adverse effects.
The World Medical Association has expressed its grave concern over the arrests of leaders of the Turkish Medical Association (TMA).In a strongly-worded statement today, the WMA President Dr. Yoshitake Yokokura condemned the arrests and the threats of physical violence and the criminal complaint that has been made against the TMA.
A study published in the American Journal of Hypertension indicates that women who breastfeed more children, and for longer periods of time, are less likely to suffer from hypertension after they reach menopause. This is less true of obese women, however.