“Hundreds of millions of children worldwide suffer from allergies, including one in three children in Canada, and it’s important to understand why this is happening and how it can be prevented.”
Frugal Biomedical Innovations grants support research that saves, transforms lives worldwide
Though a ‘work in progress,’ the Oxford researchers who conducted the trail believe the MCED blood test could help doctors give better cancer assessments
Work breaks should be seen as recovery opportunities that foster employee well-being and do not detract from performance,
A study of 14 astronauts suggests that while space travel depletes red blood cells and bone, the body can eventually replenish them back on Earth with the help of fat stored in the bone marrow.
Researchers find that a non-drug based treatment approach called acute intermittent hypoxia (AIH), which consists of short periods of reduced oxygen, reduces inflammation, protects nerve fibres, and promotes repair in mice with multiple sclerosis-like disease
Following more than seven years of research, researchers at the University of Seville-IBiS (Institute of Biomedicine of Seville) have identified a new key cell type with a critical role in the developmental processes of memory and learning.
A technique known as rapid genome sequencing has provided a diagnosis for 43 per cent of infants with unexplained epilepsy and informed their care in an international partnership.
People with this rare condition can help accelerate research by contributing to the detection of clear indicators of disease progression
A soft ball that 'personifies' breath, expanding and contracting in synchronicity with a person's inhalations and exhalations, has been invented by a PhD student at the University of Bath in the UK. The ball is designed to support mental health, giving users a tangible representation of their breath to keep them focused and to help them regulate their emotions.