Health News Archive - June 20, 2010
Two UA studies have found that hoarding friends doesn't necessarily diminish forlorn feelings and that loneliness is a matter of perception.
In research led by a Saint Louis University investigator, molecular biologists have discovered a way to harness the enzyme thrombin's anti-blood clotting properties.
The therapeutic potential of embryonic stem cells has been an intense focus of study and discussion in biomedical research and has resulted in technologies to produce human induced pluripotent stem cells (hiPSCs).
Study shows direct link between circadian clock in pancreas and diabetes.
Active surveillance or watchful waiting might be sufficient treatment for patients with prostate cancer that has a low risk of progression, according to a new study published online June 18 in The Journal of the National Cancer Institute.
Coffee and tea drinkers may not need to worry about indulging â€“ high and moderate consumption of tea and moderate coffee consumption are linked with reduced heart disease.
Scientists at Johns Hopkins report using a laser beam to activate a protein that makes a cluster of fruit fly cells act like a school of fish turning in social unison, following the lead of the one stimulated with light.
AMSTERDAM, June 20, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- European pharmaceutical companies outcompete their U.S.
AHMEDABAD, India, June 21, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Zydus Cadila, a global healthcare provider and one of India's leading healthcare companies has received Phase I clinical trial permission from the DCGI for ZYOG1 - a novel GLP-1 agonist.
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