They insert WHAT? Into WHERE? The weirdest ever tummy trouble cure

DR MICHAEL MOSLEY: They insert WHAT? Into WHERE? The weirdest ever tummy trouble cure – and you’ll need a strong stomach to read about it… because it’s a poo transplant One of the most exciting and rapidly advancing areas of modern medical science has been the study of the gut, or rather the creatures that live inside our gut. Known […]

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Couple Goals – Eva Mendes & Ryan Gosling

When Eva Mendes and Ryan Gosling were shooting for The Place Beyond the Pines in 2011, Cupid was planning a match and they became a real-life couple in the same year. Although they have kept their love-life a private affair, their public appearances have always spilled the beans. As Eva recently turned 45, we found the perfect occasion to stroll down the […]

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50 is the new 40 for safe childbirth?

Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) and Soroka University Medical Center researchers have determined that it is as safe to give birth after age 50 as age 40 without endangering the mother or the baby. The paper was recently presented at the Society for Maternal and Fetal Medicine 39th Annual Pregnancy Meeting in Las Vegas. The researchers examined the complications […]

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What to Know About Alex Trebek’s Incurable, Stage 4 Pancreatic Cancer

On Wednesday, in his usual straightforward but jocular style, Alex Trebek shared the sober news that he had been diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer. The longtime Jeopardy! host, 78, said that he’ll continue on the show, and that he plans “to beat the low survival rate statistics for this disease.” “Now normally the prognosis for this is not very […]

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Alzheimer’s treatment holds promise for primary progressive aphasia patients: This type of dementia destroys language and currently has no treatment

Northwestern Medicine scientists have discovered that an existing therapy frequently used to treat Alzheimer’s disease might also work on patients with Primary Progressive Aphasia (PPA), a type of dementia that destroys language and currently has no treatment. Currently, Alzheimer’s patients are treated with a class of drugs called cholinesterase inhibitors, which lessen Alzheimer’s symptoms by preventing the breakdown of acetylcholine, […]

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RSA 2019: Making the case for agile cybersecurity

SAN FRANCISCO – What cybersecurity teams need in this evolving and increasingly sophisticated threat landscape is not more structure but more agility, according to IBM executives speaking on Thursday here at RSA 2019. “An agile model makes all the difference, delivering security at speed and scale requires a different model,” said Mary O’Brien, general manager, IBM Security. “We need a […]

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Embryogenesis: Elucidating cellular responses to force: Mechanical force induces phosphorylation-mediated signaling that underlies tissue response and robustness in Xenopus embryos

Accumulated evidence suggests that physical force plays an important role in various developmental processes of fertilized animal eggs. During embryogenesis, a variety of cell populations actively migrate and change their positions, generating various types of force (e.g., traction force, compression force) that influence the properties of surrounding tissues. This in turn enables normal development where tissue arrangement is highly orchestrated. […]

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