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Some Addiction Psychologists Dislike "Preaddiction” LabelWed Nov 01 2023
Examining the Pros and Cons of the Proposed 'Preaddiction' Label: What it could mean for Substance Use Disorder.
The Promising Potential of Holography in MedicineSat Oct 28 2023
The Promising Potential of Holography in Medicine: Enhancing Surgery, Medical Education, and Telemedicine. Discover how holography is revolutionizing healthcare.
TacoGFN: A New Tool for Structure-Based Drug DesignThu Oct 12 2023
A new tool - TacoGFN promises to automate structure-based drug discovery with a new approach and better performance over existing methods
Nucleoside Analogues Could Help Prevent Liver Cancer in Chronic Hepatitis B PatientsThu Oct 05 2023
New study shows nucleos(t)ide analogues may help prevent liver cancer in chronic hepatitis B patients. #hepatitisB #livercancer #research
Improved Understanding of Insomnia Used in New MedicationsMon Sep 25 2023
New Research Explores Promising Drugs for Insomnia, Offering Hope for Improved Treatment Options #insomnia #sleepdisorder #pharmacology
ReMIND Database: A Game-Changer for Brain Tumor ResearchMon Sep 25 2023
Discover the ReMIND Database, a game-changer for brain tumor research, providing valuable resources for studying these complex conditions. #BrainTumorResearch #DataScience
New Study Reveals Potential Target for Preventing Brain Metastasis in Breast and Lung Cancer PatientsTue Sep 05 2023
New study discovers gene linked to brain metastasis in breast and lung cancer patients, could lead to new treatments.
New Metric Improves Cardiac MRI AnalysisWed Aug 30 2023
New Metric Improves Cardiac MRI Analysis; Deep neural networks detect and enhance failed segmentations, boosting accuracy and efficiency.
Link Between STI Symptoms and Stillbirth in Sub-Saharan AfricaTue Aug 29 2023
New study in sub-Saharan Africa reveals link between STI symptoms and stillbirth, calling for urgent screening and treatment.
Significant Increase in Cruciate Ligament Surgeries in JapanMon Jul 17 2023
A new study conducted in Japan has revealed an increase in the number of cruciate ligament (CL) surgeries over the past six years. The study utilized data from the National Database of Health Insurance Claims and Specific Health Checkups of Japan to...
New Research Identifies Metabolic Risk Factors for Breast Cancer Brain MetastasisMon Jul 10 2023
New research has shed light on the metabolic vulnerabilities that lead to the spread of breast cancer to the central nervous system (CNS). Brain metastasis is a major challenge in treating breast cancer, as it is difficult to target and poses a sign...
Key Insights for Infectious Disease Modelling and Risk AssessmentMon Jul 10 2023
New research has explored the value of collecting simulated trajectories, rather than just descriptive statistics, in collaborative infectious disease modelling efforts. The study compared projections from multiple epidemic models for COVID-19 in Be...
How Lifestyle Choices Impact Aging BrainsSun Jul 09 2023
New Study Explores the Relationship Between Lifestyle and Cognitive Decline in Older Adults
Potential Link Between Maternal Intra-Abdominal Pressure and Pregnancy-Induced HypertensionThu Jun 29 2023
New Study Finds Link Between Maternal Intra-Abdominal Pressure and Pregnancy-Induced Hypertension
Substance Use Correlated with Social Media in Tribal IndiaThu Jun 29 2023
New research conducted in the North-East Indian state of Tripura has uncovered a concerning correlation between social networks and substance use among male tribal adolescents. The study found that the prevalence of substance use among these adolesc...
Gynecological Studies Excluded Worthy Participants due to Varying SymptomsThu Jun 29 2023
A recent systematic review of published research has found that many clinical trials exclude participants based on their symptoms rather than their underlying condition, leading to inefficiencies and wasted resources in gynecological research. The s...