Author: Shilendra P

Study: Uncertainty over cancer risk and perceived risk heighten with breast density awareness after mammography

Awareness of breast density appears to increase one’s perceived breast cancer risk for a short.

Study identifies features that may make motor neurons vulnerable to amyotrophic lateral sclerosis

New research offers clues about the biology of cells in the spinal cord that die.

Why lung cancer doesn’t respond well to immunotherapy

Immunotherapy—a drug treatment that stimulates the immune system to attack tumors—works well against some types.

Youth binge drinking linked to gut microbiome changes

Youth binge drinkers show alterations in the gut microbiome, a new study finds. The study.

Toxic metals in baby food: Researchers find ‘concerning’ gaps in US regulations

Rice cereal, formula, purees, and puffs. They’re among the most popular products purchased from the.

Does lifetime estrogen exposure affect risk of stroke?

People with a higher cumulative estrogen exposure throughout their life may have a lower risk.

New transfusion product combining blood and plasma in one bag saves lives, study finds

NHS Blood and Transplant, Queen Mary University London, and Barts Health NHS Trust have collaborated.

Will revitalizing old blood slow aging?

Youngblood has a rejuvenating effect when infused into older bodies, according to recent research: Aging.

What is Valley fever? Fungal infection from the Southwest may spread with climate change

The HBO series “The Last of Us” has brought awareness to the growing threat of.

Nearly half of pregnant people experiencing intimate partner violence are not screened before or after pregnancy

Most policy, research, and clinical efforts to reduce maternal mortality focus on clinical risk factors.