Comprehensive atlas of genetic data on zebrafish will benefit medical and life science researchers

Medical and life science researchers will benefit from the most comprehensive atlas yet of genetic data on zebrafish, newly published research suggests. The atlas will help researchers to better study conditions from various types of cancer (e.g. skin cancer), heart disease, and neurodegeneration. It may help more researchers to replace mammal models in their studies. The DANIO-CODE consortium, a nationwide […]

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Mother lost 3st while pregnant after being sick up to 60 times a DAY

Expectant mother lost 3st after being sick 60 TIMES a day because of same pregnancy sickness condition which plagued Kate Middleton and Kim Kardashian Stacey Teakle, 30, suffered hyperemesis gravidarum during 2020 pregnancy Spent months in and out of hospital after becoming too weak to stand at times Duchess of Cambridge famously struggled with HG during all of her pregnancies […]

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The harsh reality of period poverty for refugees around the world

Written by Lauren Crosby Medlicott While an estimated 500 million menstruating people around the world are affected by period poverty, those within refugee camps are especially vulnerable. Lauren Crosby Medlicott investigates what needs to be done. Period poverty is a phrase we’re hearing more often as the cost-of-living crisis sweeps across most of the world. There are an estimated 500 million […]

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'Unexpected pattern': Breast cancer may spread during sleep

Breast cancer cells can spread and form tumors in other parts of the body, which makes treatment much more challenging. Hence, the earlier the diagnosis, the more successful treatment is likely to be. A new study has found that more breast cancer cells travel through the bloodstream when affected individuals are sleeping. This unexpected finding suggests that treatments targeting cancer […]

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