Life Science Newsletter: Origins of the human smile, UCLA parses the ‘language’ of immune cells

Redington Life Sciences News Special Issue June 2021 In this issue: origins of the human smile, UCLA parses the ‘language’ of immune cells, fatal lung cancer decisions, living up to 150 years, rise early to limit depression risks, Yale on suicide and dementia, reclassifying Alzheimer’s, Mayo on kidney stones, belly weight and the heart, and […]

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Life Science Newsletter: How teeth sense cold, new treatments for ‘silent’ stroke, Dana Farber on kidney cancer, and more…

Redington Life Sciences News Special Issue April 2021 In this issue: How teeth sense cold, new treatments for ‘silent’ stroke, Dana Farber on kidney cancer, Mayo on pregnancy and Covid-19 vaccines, new Alzheimer’s genes discovered, if you’re pregnant—exercise!, NIH on youthful cannabis use, dysfunction in a brainy node, reading minds with ultrasound, Yale on eating […]

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Life Science Newsletter: Mayo takes secondhand smoke to heart, quick to smile-speed is revealing, and more…

In this issue: Mayo takes secondhand smoke to heart, odd rituals to help the lonely, quick to smile-speed is revealing, the science of shutting-up, girls equal boys in learning physics, linking gout to obesity, 2 fish a week makes for a healthy heart, depression and arthritis, Yale on repairing spinal cords, more on microbes in the gut, and more…

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Life Science Newsletter: Dana Farber on cancer and Covid, sleepless nights in the hood, and more..

In this issue: Dana Farber on cancer and Covid-19, slashing TB treatment time, sleepless nights in the hood, Emory on severe allergies, cannabis for birth control, simple test for T cell immunity on its way, I-O breakthrough in mesothelioma, Mayo on risk of high insulin during childhood, gut microbes may drive brain disorders, and more…

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Life Science Newsletter: Mayo on Vision Loss, Yales Taps into Sex and Gender, Fleas on Tree of Life…

In this issue: Mayo on slowing vision loss, new strategy for ‘undruggable’ targets, junk DNA and the circadian clock, sorting out the complexities of ADHD, impact of exercise on disease, Yale on how sex and gender influence health, Black mens’ higher risk of prostate cancer, contactless thermometers, Dana Farber’s new breast cancer finding, Mayo argues butter vs. margarine (again?), the position of fleas on the tree of life, and more…

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Life Science News: MIT on Motivation, New Respect for Mouthwashes, and more

In this issue: age and motivation at a crossroad, exercises to keep cancer at bay, dementia and the microbiome, linking brain disorders to waist size, the long road out of postpartum depression, what is herd immunity?, smart clothing to monitor muscles, Mayo on ‘seeing’ cancer, the future of a baby’s random choices, precision approach to pancreatic cancer, breathe deeply…with a little help, and more….

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Life Science Newsletter –Dana Farber, Duke, and a Better Way to Sleep

In this issue: Dana Farber scores in kidney cancer, Duke on suicide, dirty secrets of caregivers, precision combos against drug-resistant cancers, keeping politics out of the CDC, Yale’s treatment path for muscular dystrophy, for the love of butterflies, learning deficits vs. memory loss in Alzheimer’s, immune system’s role in depression, breaking the cycle of inflammation, Mayo on deadliest form of pancreatic cancer, Emory on Covid-19 and the brain, heavy-up on blankets for a better sleep, and more…

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Life Science Newsletter - August 2020

In this issue: tooth enamel at the atomic level, CD47 in the news again, the elusive tequila bat, Mayo on Covid-19, dissing raw milk, ultrasound and lethal brain cancer, making kidneys safe to transport, Dana-Farber on DNA repair, reversing age in animals, super bugs and the gut, and more…

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Life Science Newsletter: Yale, Dana-Farber, Tooth Enamel at the Atomic Level & More

In this issue: tooth enamel at the atomic level, CD47 in the news again, the elusive tequila bat, Mayo on Covid-19, dissing raw milk, ultrasound and lethal brain cancer, making kidneys safe to transport, Dana-Farber on DNA repair, reversing age in animals, super bugs and the gut, and more…

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Life Science Newsletter: If Your Microwave Could Talk & More

In this issue: On being fat with COVID, coolest tech in the cancer toolkit, if your microwave could talk, trucks/trailers and Parkinson’s, revisiting vaccines, MIT on boosting I-O therapy, scientists crack nature’s most common bond, Dana-Farber on ancestry and cancer, diet and gut microbes affect chemo outcomes, COVID cost of delaying cancer surgery, and more…

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Life Science Newsletter – January 2020

In this issue: still a gender gap?, closer look at targeting teenage anxiety, a vaccine for staph?, US alcohol-related deaths on the rise, at NIH-new hope for dying cells in retina, less aggressive chemo may help some colorectal cancers, new therapy for rare anemia, Mayo Clinic zeros in on stomach cancer, FDA harden approach to e-cigs, Dana Farber supports new prostate cancer drug, and more…

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