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in urban baltimore, poor neighborhoods have more mosquitoes




image: senior author shannon ladeau samples pools of water collected in discarded trash for mosquito breeding activity. view more credit: bes photo archive(millbrook, ny) a new study published in the journal of medical entomology reports that in baltimore, maryland, neighborhoods with high levels ...



single fungus amplifies crohn's disease symptoms




bottom line: a microscopic fungus called candida tropicalis triggered gut inflammation and exacerbated symptoms of crohn's disease, in a recent study conducted at case western reserve university school of medicine.meeting where the study was presented: digestive disease week® may 5-9, 2017 at mccor...



artificial skin transplants could be used to treat diabetes




obesity is one of the main risk factors that can cause type 2 diabetes, with high insulin resistance leading to the development of the condition. according to the study's senior author, the inexpensive nature of growing human skin from stem cells means the treatment could work for people with the co...



researchers create map of the gut's microbial landscape




cambridge, ma - oct. 10, 2017 - a collaborative effort by a team of researchers from three institutions including the marine biological laboratory (mbl) in woods hole, the forsyth institute in cambridge and washington university in st. louis provided an early glimpse of how microbial communities in ...



researchers create map of the gut's microbial landscape




credit: forsyth institutea collaborative effort by a team of researchers from three institutions including the marine biological laboratory (mbl) in woods hole, the forsyth institute in cambridge and washington university in st. louis provided an early glimpse of how microbial communities in the gut...



new tool offers snapshots of neuron activity




cambridge, ma -- many cognitive processes, such as decision-making, take place within seconds or minutes. neuroscientists have longed to capture neuron activity during such tasks, but that dream has remained elusive -- until now.a team of mit and stanford university researchers has developed a way t...



to be effective, native advertising has to be subtle, says mike smith




mike smith senior vice-president, revenue platforms and operations, hearst magazines digital media, and author, the native advertising advantage



tbi in emergency departments a substantial economic burden




image: this is dr. michael cusimano, a neurosurgeon at st. michael's hospital and a senior author of the study. view more credit: courtesy of st. michael's hospitaltoronto, march 29, 2017 - a new study that looked at nearly 134,000 emergency department visits for traumatic brain injury, including c...



depression, alcohol, and marijuana linked to later use of synthetic marijuana am




image: this is senior author jeff temple. view more credit: the university of texas medical branch at galvestongalveston, texas - in the first prospective study of synthetic cannabinoids or scs - the group of chemicals that mimic the effects of marijuana - researchers have found that symptoms of de...



new test rapidly diagnoses zika




image:  "it's important to have a single test that can differentiate between the four serotypes of dengue and zika, because they co-circulate. they're spread by the same mosquito, " says kimberly hamad-schifferli,... view more credit: courtesy of the researcherscambridge, ma -- mit researchers hav...



3-d analysis of dog fossils sheds light on domestication debate




ithaca, n.y. - in an effort to settle the debate about the origin of dog domestication, a technique that uses 3-d scans of fossils is helping researchers determine the difference between dogs and wolves.in the ongoing debate, one camp believes dogs were domesticated in the paleolithic age (more than...



contribution statements and author order on research studies still leave readers




few discussions can be more awkward for a team of academic researchers than the one about whose name should be listed first, last, or even included at all as an author on a publication of research findings.



breakdown of brain cells' metabolic collaboration linked to alzheimer's disease




image: senior author, dr. hugo bellen (left) and first author, dr. lucy liu (right). view more credit: baylor college of medicineresearchers have discovered that impairing a critical partnership between brain cells can lead to neurodegeneration. the study published in cell metabolism reports a mec...



multi-mechanism approach to treating neonatal hypoxic ischemia




image: dorothea d. jenkins, m.d., the senior author on the neuropharmacology article, is a neonatologist at the medical university of south carolina in charleston, sc. view more credit: medical university of south carolina. sarah pack.hypothermia alone, the current standard of care, neuroprotects ...



teen girls at higher risk ok with emergency department offering pregnancy preven




image: this is monika k. goyal m.d., m.s.c.e., assistant professor of pediatrics and emergency medicine at children's national health system and senior study author. view more credit: children's national health systemwashington - adolescent girls receiving a wide range of medical care in the emerg...



poor oral health and food scarcity major contributors to malnutrition in older a




image: this is tim platts-mills, md, senior author of the study and co-director of the division of geriatric emergency medicine at the unc school of medicine. view more credit: photo by max englund/unc health carechapel hill, nc - unc school of medicine researchers led a study to determine risk fac...



marshall school of medicine team advances research on metabolic syndrome




image: marshall university researcher komal sodhi, m.d., is pictured in her lab. sodhi and her team, including senior author joseph i. shapiro, m.d., and zijian xie, ph.d., has successfully demonstrated... view more credit: marshall university joan c. edwards school of medicinebuilding on their rec...



ultrasound-triggered liposomes for on-demand, local anesthesia




image: this image shows ultrasound triggering liposomes to release local anesthesia. view more credit: mary o'reillyresearchers at boston children's hospital have found a new way to non-invasively relieve pain at local sites in the body; such systems could one day improve pain management by replac...



speedy urine test for amphetamines sends results via app




this figure represents the newly developed amphetamine sensor with a wireless communication system. the drug sensor consists of a highly sensitive organic transistor platform functionalized with drug-specific host molecules. credit: jang et al.researchers in korea have developed a wireless sensor an...



concurrent treatment with ox40- and pd1-targeted cancer immunotherapies may be d




bottom line: concurrent administration of the t-cell stimulating anti-ox40 antibody and the immune checkpoint inhibitor anti-pd1 antibody attenuated the effect of anti-ox40 and resulted in poor treatment outcomes in mice.journals in which the studies were published: clinical cancer research and canc...



weill cornell team creates self-renewing hematopoietic stem cells for transplant




image: this image shows reprogrammed hematopoietic stem cells (green) that are arising from mouse cells. these stem cells are developing close to a group of cells, called the vascular niche cells... view more credit: dr. raphael lis/flow cytometry and microscopy core, starr foundation, tri-institu...



3-d packaging of dna regulates cell identity




image: cell fate determination requires the coordinated regulation of gene programs involved in development and the maturation of tissues. the team found that hdac3 influences cell fate determination through its role... view more credit: artwork by kate isenberg (www.kateisenberg.com)philadelphia ...



new approach makes cells resistant to hiv




image: here, cells protected from rhinovirus by membrane-tethered, receptor-blocking antibodies survive well and form colonies. view more credit: jia xie, lerner labla jolla, ca - april 10, 2017 - scientists at the scripps research institute (tsri) have found a way to tether hiv-fighting antibodies...



depressed with a chronic disease? consider alternative therapies




image: dr. madhukar trivedi (front) is senior author of a jama study that adds to evidence that commonly prescribed antidepressants aren't effective in people battling both depression and a chronic medical... view more credit: ut southwesterndallas - nov. 6, 2017 - scientists are finding more evid...



new tulane university drug effective against malaria




image: this is dr. donald krogstad, senior author and professor of tropical medicine at tulane university school of public health and tropical medicine. view more credit: tulane university/paula burch-celentanotulane university researchers have developed a new drug that is effective against non-se...