New Medical Research Papers

Blood Stored Longer May Be Less Safe for Patients With Massive Blood Loss and Shock

Mar. 9, 2018 — In a collaborative study using a mouse model, researchers have found mechanistic links between older stored red blood cell transfusions and subsequent bacterial pneumonia. This may reveal new ... read more


Mar. 9, 2018 — The absence of TTP, a protein critical to the control of inflammation, may lead to rapid and severe bone loss, according to a new ... read more


Mar. 9, 2018 — The phenomenon of metastability -- when a system is in a state that is stable but not the one of least energy -- is widely observed in nature and technology. Yet, many aspects underlying the ... read more


Defect in Cells' Antenna Linked to Deformed Organs in Zebrafish

Mar. 9, 2018 — A protein at the base of the 'antenna' of many of the body's cells is vital to a crucial type of cell signal and to whether organs like the heart develop correctly, a test with ... read more


Can't Sleep? Could Be Down to Genetics

Mar. 9, 2018 — Researchers have identified specific genes that may trigger the development of sleep problems, and have also demonstrated a genetic link between insomnia and psychiatric disorders such as depression, ... read more


Moist Snuff: Blood Samples Can Soon Reveal Your Lifestyle

Mar. 9, 2018 — People who use moist snuff 'snus' have significantly higher levels of the protein cornulin in their blood than non-snusers. This previously unknown relationship was found in a new study. ... read more


Mar. 9, 2018 — With the goal of minimizing the side effects of chemotherapy on healthy tissues, scientists have developed novel nanocontainers able to deliver anticancer drugs at precise timing and location. They ... read more


Mar. 9, 2018 — The importance of good nutrition in the early development of children has been recognized for many decades. Nutritional experiences in early life can have profound and long-lasting effects on body ... read more


Emotional Support Is Key for Stroke Patients, Research Suggests

Mar. 9, 2018 — Doctors caring for severe stroke patients need to take account of their psychological needs and help prepare families for the possibility that they may not recover, a study ... read more


Meal Times May Be Key to Managing Malaria, Parasite Study Shows

Mar. 9, 2018 — Malaria infections might be brought under control by managing the meal times of infected people or animals, a study ... read more


For Nanomedicine, Cell Sex Matmonoclonal Antibodies Crucial to Fighting Emerging Infectious Diseases

Mar. 9, 2018 — Monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) -- preparations of a type of antibody designed to bind to a single target -- have shown promise in the fight against cancer and autoimmune diseases. They also may play a ... read more


Mar. 9, 2018 — Researchers have identified third-hand smoke, the toxic residues that linger on indoor surfaces and in dust long after a cigarette has been extinguished, as a health hazard nearly 10 years ago. Now a ... read more


Mandatory Flu Vaccines for Healthcare Workers Reduce Absenteeism

Mar. 9, 2018 — A multi-institutional study shows that mandatory flu vaccines for healthcare workers improve vaccination rates by as much as 30 percent and reduce absenteeism during critical periods by about six ... read more


Survivors of Childhood Cancer Are at Great Risk of Heart Problems in Adulthood

Mar. 8, 2018 — A study of nearly 1,000 survivors of childhood cancer has found that they are at increased risk of suffering prematurely from cardiovascular disease in adulthood. Childhood cancer survivors had a ... read more


Social Stress Leads to Changes in Gut Bacteria

Mar. 8, 2018 — Exposure to psychological stress in the form of social conflict alters gut bacteria in Syrian hamsters, according to a new ... read more


Anthropologists Show How Migrant Communities Physically Grow Taller When They Leave Hardship Behind

Mar. 8, 2018 — A new study has shown that migrant populations moving to more affluent countries grow physically taller over relatively short periods of ... read more


Trends in Pain Medication Use

Mar. 8, 2018 — A new study reveals that acetaminophen use and over-dosing rise in cold/flu season in the United States, primarily due to increased use of over-the-counter combination medications treating upper ... read more


Mesothelioma: Why Asbestos Is So Dangerous

Mar. 8, 2018 — Long, pointed asbestos fibers induce chronic inflammation, which can lead to cancer. Researchers have found underlying mechanisms for this and hope their results will help prevent ... read more


How Does the Brain's Spatial Map Change When We Change the Shape of the Room?

Mar. 8, 2018 — A new study explores the consequences of distorting the shape of the enclosing box on cognitive maps of space. The results detail how our cognitive maps adapt to changed environments and shed light ... read more


How Common Is Food Insecurity Among Older Adults?

Mar. 8, 2018 — Food insecurity occurs when people lack access to food or go hungry due to poverty or other challenges. It remains a serious problem for many older adults. Recently, a research team from the ... read more


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