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A new Northwestern University study suggests that an intervention focused on strengthening families can reduce inflammation, a chronic over activation of parts of the immune system that is important for long-term health.
Invading glioblastoma cells may hijack cerebral blood vessels during early stages of disease progression and damage the brain's protective barrier, a study in mice indicates.
During the summer, it is important for everyone, especially older adults and people with chronic medical conditions, to be aware of the dangers of hyperthermia. The National Institute on Aging (NIA), part of the NIH, has some tips to help mitigate some of the dangers.
There has been a long-standing debate over dinosaurs: were they cold-blooded like modern day reptiles or warm-blooded like mammals?
Increasingly, scientific findings indicate that an organism's diet affects more than just general health and body condition.
Researchers at VIB and Ghent University have unraveled the mechanism of necroptosis.
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Exert, a spray that activates when skin temperature rises, cools the body by 2-6 degrees. (PRWEB) March 20, 2014 In college, an all-nighter is a rite
Exert Co.'s new release, Exert Smart Body Coolant, cools the skin by up to 6 degrees to help with the inconvenience of hot flashes. (PRWEB) March 07, 2014
- In costermongers' slang, a cheap red-skinned apple, which is rubbed hard with a cloth to give it the appearance and feeling of an apple of superior quality.