Researchers highlight the impact of macrophage subtypes on acute kidney injury to CKD transition

Researchers highlight the impact of macrophage subtypes on acute kidney injury to CKD transition

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Acute kidney injury (AKI) is a condition in which kidneys are unable to filter waste from the blood effectively, leading to various health complications. Numerous studies have demonstrated that acute kidney
Engineers create single-step, all-in-one 3D printing method to make robotic materials

Engineers create single-step, all-in-one 3D printing method to make robotic materials

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A team of UCLA engineers and their colleagues have developed a new design strategy and 3D printing technique to build robots in one single step. A study that outlined the advance, along with the construction
Neuroscientists create maps of the brain after traumatic brain injury

Neuroscientists create maps of the brain after traumatic brain injury

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Scientists from the University of California, Irvine have discovered that an injury to one part of the brain changes the connections between nerve cells across the entire brain. The new research was published
New perspective shows high burden of breast cancer mortality for Black women began in the 1980's

New perspective shows high burden of breast cancer mortality for Black women began in the 1980's

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A new perspective by researchers from the American Cancer Society (ACS) and the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio shows the high burden of breast cancer mortality in African American
Newly documented population of polar bears in Southeast Greenland sheds light on the species' future in a warming Arctic

Newly documented population of polar bears in Southeast Greenland sheds light on the species' future in a warming Arctic

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Scientists have documented a previously unknown subpopulation of polar bears living in Southeast Greenland. The polar bears survive with limited access to sea ice by hunting from freshwater ice that pours
New pediatric obesity program makes treatment more accessible

New pediatric obesity program makes treatment more accessible

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Pediatric obesity remains a serious health problem in the United States, where one in five children are affected. The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force now recommends that pediatricians screen for obesity
Disease ecologist receives $3.5 million to take modeling to the next level with EpiMoRPH

Disease ecologist receives $3.5 million to take modeling to the next level with EpiMoRPH

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Mathematical modeling-; which combines math, statistics, computing and data-; is a critical tool for public health professionals, who use it to study how diseases spread, predict the future course of outbreaks
Biochemistry researchers repair and regenerate heart muscle cells

Biochemistry researchers repair and regenerate heart muscle cells

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Researchers at the University of Houston are reporting a first-of-its-kind technology that not only repairs heart muscle cells in mice but also regenerates them following a heart attack, or myocardial
Understanding learning by inference

Understanding learning by inference

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Both humans and other animals are good at learning by inference, using information we do have to figure out things we cannot observe directly. New research from the Center for Mind and Brain at the University
Researchers investigate COVID fog and chemokine C–C motif ligand 11

Researchers investigate COVID fog and chemokine C–C motif ligand 11

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In a recent study published in Cell, researchers assessed the characteristics of brain fog reported by some coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) patients. Study: COVID fog demystified. Image Credit: eamesBot/Shutterstock Background In
Watching the death of a rare giant star

Watching the death of a rare giant star

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A University of Arizona-led team of astronomers has created a detailed, three-dimensional image of a dying hypergiant star. The team, led by UArizona researchers Ambesh Singh and Lucy Ziurys, traced the
More than a quarter of people with asthma still over-using rescue inhalers, putting them at increased risk of severe attacks

More than a quarter of people with asthma still over-using rescue inhalers, putting them at increased risk of severe attacks

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Asthma is a common lung condition that affects 5.4 million people in the UK and can lead to symptoms such as coughing, wheezing or feeling breathless. Asthma is best controlled by regular use of a corticosteroid
Researchers investigate infertility trends in the United States from 1995 to 2019

Researchers investigate infertility trends in the United States from 1995 to 2019

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In a recent study published in Fertility and Sterility, researchers estimated the changes in infertility in the United States (US) from 1995 to 2019. Study: Estimates of infertility in the United States:
To find a planet, look for the signatures of planet formation

To find a planet, look for the signatures of planet formation

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Finding forming planets is a tough but important job for astronomers: Only three planets have ever been discovered caught in the process of forming, and the most recent of these was found just weeks ago. Evan
Immunity boosting treatment enhances CAR-T cell therapy for blood cancers

Immunity boosting treatment enhances CAR-T cell therapy for blood cancers

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Advances in cellular immunotherapy that spur genetically modified T cells to attack cancer cells have revolutionized the treatment of certain blood cancers. Six such CAR-T cell therapies are approved by
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