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Researchers from the University of California, Santa Barbara, along with Scripps Research Institute and Sanford-Burnham Institute, have developed synthetic blood... Read More »
Piramal Healthcare, a global business conglomerate stationed in Mumbai, Indian, is acquiring Decision Resources, a US-based intellectual property and knowledge-based... Read More »
In the mid-1990s, James A. Thomson from the University of Wisconsin-Madison developed an innovative technique that led to the development of primate embryonic stem... Read More »
In 2009, President Barack Obama lifted former President George Bush’s ban on federal funding for embryonic stem cell research utilizing new sources of embryonic ... Read More »
In 2009, Barack Obama issued Executive Order 13505, which allowed the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to develop guidelines for the funding and development... Read More »
Hair loss must be the most traumatic event in any man’s life. At least, if you believe television, baldness never produces confidence or success. Baldness... Read More »
Researchers from University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and a joint research venture by the US Army and the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious... Read More »
Jackie KellyThanks for this article. So nice to have an examination of the complexities of fighting this disease.
Apr 15, 2012
Everyone loves military technology. The media loves to cover the latest military gadget or expensive toy. There have been entire shows dedicated to the past, present... Read More »
The National Science Advisory Board for Biosecurity (NSABB) has reversed its decision on censoring research on the altered H5N1 avian flu virus. The NSABB spent... Read More »
A slew of autism research has been making headlines recently. Since Autism Spectrum Disorder is a neurological developmental disorder that has a lifelong impact on... Read More »
Personalized medicine is medical care customized to a patient’s specific genetic and demographic profile. It is an odd idea to think that traditional medicine... Read More »
Exercise alters your DNA  ... well, sort of. Your DNA is not really altered. Exercise cannot rewrite your genetic code. I’m sorry, but exercising will not... Read More »
A colonoscopy, one of the most dreaded routine medical procedures, is a type of cancer screening where physicians use a flexible tube mounted with a camera to view... Read More »
Would you erase your memory? Would you erase an embarrassing moment, or take a cue from the movie “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind” and forever... Read More »
Breathing only air is passé.  People have been breathing air forever. People breathe air every day, all day. It is boring. So why are people only... Read More »
The brain is what makes us human, so it is understandable that people fear the wide-ranging symptoms that can accompany brain injury. These symptoms include impaired... Read More »
Bill HarringtonMy daughter was 19 at the time of her crash that left her TBI. She's now 36 and has shown little improvement through the years. I wish this were available for her. I would love to have a better quality of life now.
Feb 6, 2012
Ann ConkleVery exciting research!
Feb 6, 2012
There is a debate raging across the globe that could influence how the scientific community and world governments handle researching some of the most deadly diseases. ... Read More »
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a terrible autoimmune disease that attacks the fatty myelin sheaths that insulate and protect the axons of the central nervous system. The... Read More »
Obesity is not an American problem. It is a worldwide problem. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that worldwide obesity rates have doubled since 1980 to... Read More »
Bioreactors carry out biological or chemical processes in a biologically active environment. For years, they have proven to be a useful and promising form of... Read More »