Brain Markers for Angry DreamsNews
Researchers have identified a pattern of brain activity that reflects anger experienced during dreaming according to a new study carried out on healthy adults and published in The Journal of Neuroscience. The study helps to clarify the neural basis of dream emotions.
Researchers combine CRISPR gene-editing technology with drug discovery to understand why treatment works (or doesn’t).READ MORE
Doctors know they’re the sounds of a problem in the lungs, but it turns out they might be more than symptoms—crackling and wheezing could also be the sounds of a disease progressing, according to a University of Michigan researcher.READ MORE
Liver cells have an innate resistance to RNA viral infections like hepatitis A, dengue and Zika thanks to a protein called IRF1, according to a recent study published in Nature Microbiology.READ MORE
A team of investigators has discovered a new, more powerful variant on an antimicrobial resistance gene common among Staphylococcus species.READ MORE
The opioid epidemic may have cost U.S. state and federal governments up to $37.8 billion in lost tax revenue due to opioid-related employment loss, according to Penn State researchers.READ MORE
Working with human colon cancer cells and mice, researchers say they have successfully blocked the activity of portions of a protein known as UHRF1 and restored the function of hundreds of cancer-fighting genes that became "misregulated" by the disease.READ MORE