Author: Shilendra P

Gum infection may be a risk factor for heart arrhythmia, researchers find

Periodontitis, a gum infection, can lead to a litany of dental issues from bad breath.

Non-invasive neurotechnology shown to reduce symptoms of insomnia and improve autonomic nervous system function

A good night’s sleep is crucial to health and well-being. Numerous research studies have shown.

World-first guidelines created to help prevent heart complications in children during cancer treatment

The world’s first international clinical guidelines to help prevent and treat heart complications in children.

Targeted therapy momelotinib provides significant symptom and anemia improvements in patients with myelofibrosis

Patients with myelofibrosis had clinically significant improvement in disease-related symptoms, including anemia and spleen enlargement,.

Study shows that bioprinted artificial skin can be used in cosmetics and drugs testing

Bioengineered artificial skin has become an increasingly important and reliable platform for researchers to test.

Advocating for developmental care for infants with complex congenital heart disease

Developmental disorders, disabilities, and delays are common outcomes for infants with complex congenital heart disease..

Smoking throughout pregnancy is tied to five-fold-plus risk of sudden unexpected infant death

A Rutgers University analysis of infants born to non-Hispanic Black and white mothers in the.

CDC reports on prevalence of seasonal and food allergies, eczema

In two January data briefs published by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Once-weekly efanesoctocog alfa beneficial in severe hemophilia A

Once weekly efanesoctocog alfa provides superior bleeding prevention to prestudy prophylaxis for patients with severe.

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.