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Scientists Can Now Study Changes in the DNA of Any Human Tissue
News   Apr 29, 2021

Using a new method, called nanorate sequencing (NanoSeq), scientists can now study how genetic changes occur in human tissues with unprecedented accuracy.

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Boosting the Brain's Garbage Disposal Could Assist Alzheimer's Therapies
News   Apr 29, 2021

New murine research has shown that some investigational Alzheimer's therapies are more effective when paired with a treatment geared toward improving drainage of fluid and debris from the brain.

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Epilepsy Study Reveals Why Some Seizures Prove Deadly
News   Apr 29, 2021

New research from the University of Virginia School of Medicine has shed light on the No. 1 cause of epilepsy deaths, suggesting a long-sought answer for why some patients die unexpectedly following an epileptic seizure.

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Higher Education Does Not Change How the Aging Brain Shrinks
News   Apr 29, 2021

A study has found that highly educated people have slightly larger brain volumes than less educated people, but their brains shrink at the same rate throughout life.

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Mobile App Tracks Toddlers' Eyes To Predict Autism Diagnosis
News   Apr 29, 2021

A mobile app was successful at distinguishing toddlers diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) from typically developing toddlers based on their eye movements while watching videos.

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One in Four People Experience Mild Side Effects From COVID-19 Vaccines
News   Apr 29, 2021

A study has reported that after receiving either the Pfizer or AstraZeneca vaccine, 1 in 4 people experienced mild, short-lived systemic side effects, with headache, fatigue and tenderness the most common symptoms.

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Genetic Influences Behind Coffee Consumption Explored
News   Apr 29, 2021

Whether you hanker for a hard hit of caffeine or favour the frothiness of a milky cappuccino, your regular coffee order could be telling you more about your cardio health than you think.

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Increasing Rate of Diagnosis for People With Broken-Heart Syndrome
News   Apr 29, 2021

In up to 10% of all myocardial infarctions, no obvious cause is found in the coronary artery. A new study suggests that early magnetic resonance imaging of the heart can greatly increase the rate of diagnosis.

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As the Climate Changes, So Do Soil Bacteria
News   Apr 29, 2021

Biologists have found that bacteria can evolve in response to climate change in 18 months.

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Shelf Life of Food Extended by Lactic Acid Bacteria
News   Apr 29, 2021

Researchers have generated a natural lactic acid bacterium, which secretes the antimicrobial peptide nisin when grown on dairy waste. This solution could help combat both food loss and food waste.

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