Clinical laboratories and pathology groups may soon have new assays for diagnosis, treatment identification, patient monitoring
Findings from the recent study published in Frontiers of Public Health showed that 48% of adolescents used social media for three hours or more per day, and 43.7% had moderate to severe psychological distress, which was more prevalent among females (54%) than males (31%). These findings underscore the importance of promoting responsible social media use and providing support to adolescents, especially during critical developmental stage
In a first-of-its-kind study, Waterloo researchers calculate the environmental footprint of hospitals
Psoriatic arthritis (PsA) is an inflammatory disease that affects the joints and muscles. In about 75 per cent of cases, PsA emerges after a person has been diagnosed with psoriasis, an autoimmune condition that causes inflammation in the skin, placing them in a high-risk category. This calls for a focus on early detection and prevention, which is why a team at Women’s College Hospital (WCH) developed PRESTO – the first tool of its kind to calculate the risk of psoriatic arthritis.
Nanoparticle vaccine targets six flu strains and may need to be taken less than once a year
Quantum biological electron transfer (QBET) is an important biological activity that is influenced by quantum mechanical factors such as electron tunneling (ET). This mechanism, which includes cellular respiration and homeostasis, has diagnostic and therapeutic applications.
SickKids scientists present a novel approach to treat glioblastoma based on a newly discovered protein-protein interaction.
Can computational methods aid in the design of key antibodies for the diagnosis and treatment of ALS?
Meet ‘PECOTEX,’ a newly-invented cotton thread with up to 10 sensors that is washable. Its developers hope it can help doctors diagnosis disease and enable patients to monitor their health conditions
Community health program CareAxis will help fill data gap for spinal patients