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Single blood sample may detect risk of pre-eclampsia

Jan 6, 2022
The research has been published in the 'Nature Journal'.

Pregnant women must not delay COVID-19 vaccination

Dec 30, 2021
According to a study by Weill Cornell Medicine and New York-Presbyterian, pregnant women shouldn't delay their COVID-19 vaccination.

How ovarian cancer starts in high-risk women

Dec 30, 2021
A team of scientists has found the origin of common ovarian cancer, allowing them to characterize how a genetic mutation puts women at high risk for this cancer.

Immune cells might lead to new cancer vaccine: Study

Dec 12, 2021
A new study by Yale University has identified crucial ways that immune system cells congregate and communicate with each other to identify and eradicate tumours.

Study finds seasonal temperature may impact patient lab results

Dec 12, 2021
According to new research, seasonal temperature impacts the results of some of the most used laboratory tests, and these distortions likely affect medical decision making, such as whether to prescribe medications or not.

Air pollution might reduce benefits of physical activity on brain: Study

Dec 11, 2021
A study has found that people who do vigorous physical activities in areas with higher air pollution may show less benefit from that workout when it comes to certain markers of brain disease.

Will there be a cure for Parkinson's disease?

Dec 10, 2021
A team of scientists at the University of Bath have refined a molecule that shows promise in preventing Parkinson's disease.

Rapid test to identify effectiveness of antibodies against COVID variants

Dec 5, 2021
Biomedical engineers of Duke University have developed a test to quickly and easily assess how well a person's neutralizing antibodies fight multiple variants of COVID-19 like Delta and the new Omicron variant.

Study finds infection strengthen ageing immune system

Dec 5, 2021
New research by the University of Arizona Health Sciences has found a way by which infection affects the immune system that could lead to new immunotherapies to prevent disease and strengthen the ageing immune system.

Researchers develop new form of brain surgery without incisions, scalpels

Dec 4, 2021
Researchers from the University of Virginia School of Medicine have developed a non-invasive way to remove faulty brain circuits that could allow doctors to treat debilitating neurological diseases without the need for traditional brain surgery.




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