Provided by Amanda Boundris, McMaster University Researchers from McMaster have identified an important hormone that is elevated in obese people and contributes to obesity and diabetes by inhibiting brown fat activity. Brown adipose tissue...
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The National Hemophilia Foundation (NHF) with the guidance of its Medical and Scientific Advisory Council (MASAC), today announced that it is initiating a multi-year project to develop evidence-based
For several years, concern about antibiotic resistant drugs has been increasing. Scientists have recently discovered that a fungus found in Nova Scotia offers hope against the growing threat that kills tens of thousands every year.
New research from McMaster University suggests that a commonly performed test during certain types of heart surgery is not helpful and possibly harmful.
HAMILTON, ON, May 2, 2014 /CNW/ - Yesterday, officials wanting to test soil and groundwater for malathion--a widely used organophosphate pesticide that can lead to Alzheimer's, ADHD, reduced
A group of McMaster researchers has solved the problem of cumbersome, expensive and painfully slow water-testing by turning the process upside-down.
SAN DIEGO, April 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Genoa Pharmaceuticals, the leader in inhaled medicines for pulmonary fibrosis, and collaborators Drs.
Researchers at McMaster University have discovered a key molecule that could lead to new therapies for people with celiac disease, an often painful and currently untreatable autoimmune disorder.
High performance athletes like Olympians can push their bodies to optimal potential, but some of the ways the human body actually works is still a mystery.
Working with a nearly 200-year-old sample of preserved intestine, researchers at McMaster University and the University of Sydney have traced the bacterium behind a global cholera pandemic that killed millions – a version of the same bug that continues to strike vulnerable populations in the world's poorest regions.
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