How Magnet Therapy Can Reduce Arthritis, Pain, Headaches

Ever hear of someone using a magnet or set of magnets to improve their health or reduce pain? It may sound crazy at first...

Toddler’s Brain Damage Almost Completely Reversed By Oxygen Therapy

Two-year-old Eden Carlson’s brain was damaged after she fell into the family swimming pool in 2016. But doctors have managed to reverse the trauma,...

FDA Panel Endorses Potential First US Gene Therapy To Treat Leukemia

A panel of cancer experts Wednesday unanimously endorsed a leukemia treatment that could be the first gene therapy available in the U.S. The Food and...

Can your iPhone tell if you’re depressed?

A new iPhone app developed by University of Illinois at Chicago researchers aims to track and predict mood episodes through keystrokes. Created by psychiatrist Alex...

AI Used To Treat Bipolar Disorder In An App That Could...

The artificial intelligence that can blow human pilots out of the sky in air-to-air combat accurately predicted treatment outcomes for bipolar disorder, according to...

Move Over GMOs? Monsanto Experimenting With Gene Editing

Monsanto, the world’s largest producer of GMO seeds, is betting that a new technology called gene editing may calm consumers unease about eating modified...

Are You Younger Than You Think? Device Claims To Assess Internal...

You eat your vegetables, workout regularly and devoutly wear your step counter to measure your activity and stay healthy. But what about your internal...

Longevity: Aging Cells vs Cell Senescence

In recent times, scientific findings on cellular senescence have made headlines.  The majority of these highly publicized articles are concerned with the potential health benefits of removing...

New Smart Glasses Adjust To What You’re Eyes Are Focused On

By age 45, most of us will need glasses at least for reading. That’s because of our eyes’ ability to accommodate—to change focus to...

New Discovery: Long-Term Memories Are Separately Processed From Short-Term Memories

For more than half a century, neurologists have thought of long-term memories as pieces of short-term memory simply shuffled into cold storage. New research on...

Government Scientists Develop Facemapper That Can Detect Rare Diseases From One...

We take selfies to send to our friends on Snapchat and post on Instagram for likes. But what if that photo could tell if you...

“Pixie Dust” Is Real and This Man Re-Grew His Finger Using...

Did this man grow a new finger? Lee Spievak, who was 69 at the time, claims that in 2008 he was able to regrow...

New Technique That Brings Us Closer to Growing Donor Organs and...

The new technique, which allows scientists to generate both embryonic and non-embryonic tissues from cultured stem cells, is a step toward growing donor organs...

The World’s First Bionic Kidney is Here!

Recently, scientists from the University of California at San Francisco, USA, managed to develop the world’s first bionic kidney that can replace damaged kidneys....

A Japanese Man Just Got Another Person’s Stem Cells Transplanted in...

In what's reported to be a world-first, last Tuesday, a Japanese man received a pioneering retinal cell transplant grown from donor stem cells instead...

LED Light Therapy Could Radically Change Our Treatment of Brain Disease

In December, a team of MIT neuroscientists published a remarkable study in which levels of harmful amyloid beta proteins were cut in half by...

Replicating a Woman’s Reproductive Tract with Microfluidic Model

Led by reproductive scientist Teresa Woodruff, a team of researchers at Illinois' Northwestern University has developed what's been described as "the female menstrual cycle...

Gene Therapy ‘Cures’ Boy Of Blood Disease That Affects Millions

A TEENAGE boy with an inherited disease that affects millions worldwide seems to have been cured using gene therapy. The treatment appears to have...

MS Researchers Restore Myelin Formation and Limb Function in Mouse Models

Multiple sclerosis is a condition whereby the immune system attacks and destroys myelin - the protective coating of nerve fibers - which triggers movement...

Medical Scientists Grow Beating Heart Tissue from a Spinach Leaf!

A new study reveals how a vascular system may be grown from a common green most people eat for dinner. Published by the journal...

Using Math To Develop An Algorithm To Treat Diabetes

When people ask me why I, an applied mathematician, study diabetes, I tell them that I am motivated for both scientific and human reasons. Type...

Testing The Efficacy Of New Gene Therapies More Efficiently

Using a new cellular model, innovative gene therapy approaches for the hereditary immunodeficiency Chronic Granulomatous Disease can be tested faster and cost-effectively in the...

Too Much Sitting Accelerates Aging in Older Women

Elderly women who sit for more than 10 hours a day with low physical activity have cells that are biologically older by eight years...

Stem Cell Exosomes May be the Most Potent Treatment for Eye...

  Ideally, a stem cell therapy wouldn’t require the actual administration of stem cells. Even stem cells that secrete helpful compounds can lead to complications....

Infants Prone to Sickness More Likely to Have Aged DNA Protection...

  New research indicates that people who had more infections as babies harbor a key marker of cellular aging as young adults: the protective stretches...

NASA is Now Assessing Telomere Health in Astronauts to Determine Aging...

Telomeres are "caps" on the ends of chromosomes that protect them from fraying, much like the end of a shoelace, and an enzyme, called...

An Online Game Designed to Help You Learn How to Help...

It can be difficult to know what to say when a friend is struggling. The conversation is hard to even start. Maya Cohen, a...

Do Your Chromosomes Hold the Secrets to Health and Longevity?

The term “telomeres” has been appearing in the news frequently in recent years and one reason is the critical role they play in human...

Jellyfish Elegance Inspire Creation Of Artificial Heart

It was the aquarium that sent Kit Parker down an unexpected path with his heart research. He was there with his daughter watching jellyfish...

This Vitamin Is More Vital Than You Think!

Vitamin D is extremely important, especially during the darker fall and winter months. While you may already know that Vitamin D helps us maintain...

Telomeres Linked to the Origins of Liver Diseases

In a study published in the Journal of Hepatology, Fabian Beier and Paula Martínez —from the Spanish National Cancer Research Centre´s (CNIO) Telomere and...

New Study: Delay Aging With Vitamin and Mineral Rich Foods

The study, which followed the aging process of nearly 2,000 middle-aged and older adults for ten years, found that consumption of micronutrients including vitamin...

Quantum Computing Stability Has Been Expanded By 10 Times Improved Performance

  Scientists in Australia have developed a quantum bit that's 10 times more stable than existing technologies, and the new record could vastly expand the...

Stress Response and Depression Now Linked With Abnormal Cellular Aging!

Scientists are now studying a newly discovered mind-body connection facet: Major depression can be a sign of shortened telomeres linked to a state they...

An Unexpected Way to Counteract the Ageing Brain: Science News

In an accidental discovery, researchers appear to have slowed the ageing process in the brains of laboratory mice, using ultrasounds or sound wave therapy. Dr...

More Light at Night Increases Breast Cancer Risks!

The Journal of the National Cancer Institute published two papers reporting a significant increase in the risk of breast cancer among women who frequently...

Researchers Derived an HVC Peptide that Destroys Other Viruses

Researchers have found that a peptide derived from the hepatitis C virus (HCV) kills a broad range of viruses while leaving host cells unharmed...

Physics Breakthrough: Quasiparticle Formations Observed In Attoseconds Could Lead To...

UNDERSTANDING QUASIPARTICLES A quasiparticle is a concept of a state or phenomena that occurs in many-body systems or solid-state materials — like when an electron moves...

‘Miracle Youth’ Peptides That Scientists Are Using Themselves!

Scientist who have been working on this miraculous compound are taking Epitalon themselves and are enjoying the benefits, even after a short time, BUT...

Scientists Develop A New Way Of Creating Hallucinations To Help Patients...

  Researchers have discovered a way to consistently induce the same visual hallucination in healthy people - without drugs. The DIY trip can be induced from...

Once a Military Secret: The Power of The Pineal Gland Peptide

Back in the 1980's, a colonel in the Soviet army Medical Corps was assigned a seemingly impossible, though intriguing task: to come up with...

Sleeping Too Little or Too Much Increases Risk of Premature Death

Getting just the right amount of sleep can quite literally be a matter of life and death, according to new research. Scientists have revealed that...

How Are So Many People Reinvigorating Their Youth?

Longevity isn't just about living longer, but about living healthier. Studies show that Epitalon (AGAG) not only reactivates telomerase and thus extends a cell's...

Researchers Show Epitalon Dramatically Restores Hormonal Balance

As we age, melatonin content in our blood decreases considerably. This hormone plays a key role in our bio-rhythm control and effects the endocrine,...

New Study: Emotional Disorders May Have Similar Brain Abnormalities

Researchers from University of Illinois at Chicago used MRI imaging to study disorders such as depression and social anxiety disorders. The study stems from the...

The Power to Prevent Lupus Possible With A Common Supplement

A team of Michigan State University researchers has found that consuming an omega-3 fatty acid called DHA, or docosahexaenoic acid, can stop a known...

Do Acne Sufferers Live Longer?

Spotty teenagers may have the last laugh over their peers with perfect skin after research found that those who suffer from acne are likely to live longer. Their cells...

Anisimov: Russian Gerontologist on the Forefront of Longevity Research

Vladimir Anisimov is a veteran gerontologist at the Petrov Institute in St Petersburg, who has also been testing longevity potions on mice through a long...

Odd Magnetic Bacteria Can Target and Destroy Tumors

Researchers have used bacteria that migrate towards magnetic fields to directly target tumors with cancer killing drugs. Tumors can be extremely difficult to treat, because...

How Important is the Role of Telomeres in Aging?

Some long-lived species like humans have telomeres that are much shorter than species like mice, which live only a few years. Nobody knows why....