Author: Shilendra P

Personalized brain modeling technique may lead to breakthroughs in clinical epilepsy trial

Researchers of the Human Brain Project (HBP) have published a new study in Science Translational Medicine presenting.

Investigative reporter, who covered murder-suicides, explains how journalists are vulnerable to trauma

It never really dawned on me how vulnerable journalists were to trauma until I took.

Got gastroenteritis? Here’s why eating bananas helps but drinking flat lemonade might not

Doctors are reportedly concerned about a spike in the number of kids with gastroenteritis—when tummy infections can.

Immunotherapy combined with targeted therapy for colorectal cancer yields promising outcomes for patients

A new study that used insights from the lab to drive a clinical trial for.

How total abortion ban puts maternal health at risk

Pregnant patients in El Salvador, who, under the nation’s abortion ban, had no choice but.

Scientists find that microRNA affects inflammation in lupus disease.

A group of researchers from the Graduate School of Medicine at Nagoya University in Japan.

Researchers unveil new collection of human brain atlases that chart postnatal development

Human brain atlases can be used by medical professionals to track normative trends over time.

New hope for patients with hereditary metabolic disorder

Methylmalonic aciduria (MMA) is a metabolic disorder that affects approximately one in 90,000 newborns; both.

Keys to making immunotherapy work against pancreatic cancer found in tumor microenvironment

A new study that analyzed the tumor microenvironment of pancreatic cancer revealed the cause of.

Study shows correlation between poor sleep and suicide risk in college-aged adults

A study led by researchers in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Arizona.