Rehabilitation program via telehealth to help regional and rural women recovering from gynecological cancer

Rehabilitation program via telehealth to help regional and rural women recovering from gynecological cancer

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Women in rural and regional areas recovering from gynecological cancer and treatment will now have access to a University of Queensland rehabilitation program through telehealth. Professor Sandie McCarthy
Wreck of historic royal ship discovered off the English coast

Wreck of historic royal ship discovered off the English coast

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The wreck of one of the most famous ships of the 17th century — which sank 340 years ago while carrying the future King of England James Stuart — has been discovered off the coast of Norfolk
Social isolation is directly associated with later dementia

Social isolation is directly associated with later dementia

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Social isolation is directly linked with changes in the brain structures associated with memory, making it a clear risk factor for dementia, scientists have found. Setting out to investigate how social
Olympus Provi™ CM20 wins highest honor in world-renowned design competition

Olympus Provi™ CM20 wins highest honor in world-renowned design competition

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Evident, a wholly owned subsidiary of Olympus Corporation, is proud to announce that its Olympus Provi™ CM20 incubation monitoring system is the 2022 recipient of the prestigious “Best of the Best”
Study identifies receptor that could alleviate need for chemo, radiation pre-T cell therapy

Study identifies receptor that could alleviate need for chemo, radiation pre-T cell therapy

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Before a patient can undergo T cell therapy designed to target cancerous tumors, the patient’s entire immune system must be destroyed with chemotherapy or radiation. The toxic side effects are well
Immune protein may drive alcoholism relapse

Immune protein may drive alcoholism relapse

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The anxiety that occurs during withdrawal from excessive alcohol use, and contributes to relapse, may be driven in part by the release of an immune protein in the brain, according to a new study from scientists
The association between vitamin D status and infections, hospitalization, and mortality due to COVID-19

The association between vitamin D status and infections, hospitalization, and mortality due to COVID-19

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In a recent study published in PLOS ONE, researchers explored the associations between vitamin D levels and severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) infections, hospitalizations, and
Colossal collisions linked to solar system science

Colossal collisions linked to solar system science

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A new study shows a deep connection between some of the largest, most energetic events in the universe and much smaller, weaker ones powered by our own Sun. The results come from a long observation with
Cannabis products demonstrate short-term reduction in chronic pain, little else, review finds

Cannabis products demonstrate short-term reduction in chronic pain, little else, review finds

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Evidence behind the effectiveness of cannabis-related products to treat chronic pain is surprisingly thin, according to a new systematic evidence review by researchers at Oregon Health & Science University. The
De novo-designed mini-protein against SARS-CoV-2

De novo-designed mini-protein against SARS-CoV-2

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In a recent study published in the International Journal of Molecular Sciences, researchers characterized truncated forms of LCB1, a de novo-designed mini-protein, against severe acute respiratory syndrome
Time crystals 'impossible' but obey quantum physics

Time crystals 'impossible' but obey quantum physics

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Scientists have created the first “time-crystal” two-body system in an experiment that seems to bend the laws of physics. It comes after the same team recently witnessed the first interaction
Promising rectal cancer study

Promising rectal cancer study

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UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center’s Hanna K. Sanoff, MD, MPH, is the author of a viewpoint in the New England Journal of Medicine that provides a perspective on the evolving treatment of
She’s 31, has stage 4 kidney cancer — and talked openly about it in a job interview

She’s 31, has stage 4 kidney cancer — and talked openly about it in a job interview

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Katie Coleman stood face-to-face with a choice no job seeker should ever have to make. She could tell her prospective employer she had stage 4 kidney cancer, the most life-threatening stage of all. Or
How plesiosaurs swam underwater

How plesiosaurs swam underwater

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Plesiosaurs, which lived about 210 million years ago, adapted to life underwater in a unique way: their front and hind legs evolved in the course of evolution to form four uniform, wing-like flippers.
DNA shed from colon cancers into bloodstream successfully guides chemotherapy after surgery

DNA shed from colon cancers into bloodstream successfully guides chemotherapy after surgery

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A new research study showed that circulating tumor DNA (ctDNA) — genetic material shed from tumors into the bloodstream — can identify stage II colon cancer patients who can most benefit from
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