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Research yields potential treatment approach for glycogen storage disease

By Duke Medicine News and Communications - DURHAM, N.C. and SINGAPORE – Researchers from the Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School Singapore (Duke-NUS) and ...

Scientists sniff out female mouse scents that make males frisky​​

By Julia Evangelou - Strait Scientists have identified two chemical scents in the urine of female mice that arouse sexual behavior in ...

Tobacco Atlas Germany 2015: New data, new facts

by VV/Sel - In Germany, 121,000 people die from the consequences of smoking each year. This means that smoking is implicated in 13.5 percent of all deaths. The death rate from smoking is higher in the north of Germany than in the south of the country. ... Full story

Diabetes early detection study

A test that could predict type 2 diabetes is being developed at ECU after researchers were awarded a $549,000 National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) grant. ... Full story

Revolutionary microscopic imaging technology reveals origins of leukaemia

Scientists have taken advantage of revolutionary developments in microscopic imaging to reveal the origins of leukaemia. ... Full story

DCIS Treatments Evolve Over 20 Years, But Cancer Death Rates Vary Little

By Duke Medicine News and Communications - DURHAM, N.C. – Treatment patterns for ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) have shifted since the 1990s, with more U.S. women opting for lumpectomy in combination with radiation rather than single-breast mastectomy, according to a study lead by Duke Cancer Institute researchers. ... Full story

New research shows that stroke prevention guidelines are outdated and need modernising

Associate Professor Dr Anne Abbott, from the School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine (SPHPM) at Monash University, has led a team of 16 experts in a systematic review of international stroke prevention guidelines and found that recommendations for surgical procedures to prevent stroke are outdated and over-utilised. ... Full story

Daily rhythms of digital activity vary strongly from person to person

A new study shows that people tend to have distinctive, personal rhythms of digital communication that persist in time. ... Full story

Scientists disguise drugs as platelets to target cancer cells

The new drug-creation method could allow cancer drugs to last longer in the body to attack tumors, as well as cancer cells floating in the blood stream. ... Full story

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