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“Invisible” protein structure explains the power of enzymes

A research group at Umeå University has managed to capture and describe a protein structure that, until now, has been impossible to ...

A Stretchy Mesh Heater for Sore Muscles

-New flexible, silver-impregnated elastic mesh material is perfect for thermotherapy ...

Eat a lot of citrus? Be careful in the sun

Questions for Abrar Qureshi and Shaowei Wu ... Full story

Malaria fever therapy: Wide-spread administration in Vienna was an exceptional case - Medical University of Vienna presents results from the Historical Commission

(Vienna ) The Historical Commission appointed by the MedUni Wien in March 2012, which has dedicated itself to a research project on post-war methods of research and patient treatment at the former Wiener Universitätsklinik für Psychiatrie und Neurologie (Vienna University Clinic for Psychiatry and Neurology), presented the knowledge gained from their work today at a press conference. ... Full story

New technology looks into the eye and brings cells into focus

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — Eye doctors soon could use computing power to help them see individual cells in the back of a patient’s eye, thanks to imaging technology developed by engineers at the University of Illinois. Such detailed pictures of the cells, blood vessels and nerves at the back of the eye could enable earlier diagnosis and better treatment for degenerative eye and neurological diseases. ... Full story

Acid-Reducing Medications Sharply Raise Risk of C. Diff. Bacteria Infection in Kids

Researchers caution against overuse of these drugs in pediatric patients ... Full story

Trojan’s heart is in the right place where health and medication are vital

Inspired to find answers by her grandfather’s chronic condition, Tiffany Lian conducts research that may benefit drug discovery and development ... Full story

Duke-led study clarifies best treatments for uncommon kidney cancers

By Duke Medicine News and Communications - DURHAM, N.C. – A head-to-head comparison of two biologic therapies used to treat a subset of patients with advanced kidney cancers provides much-needed clarity on the preferred treatment for the first line of attack. ... Full story

UQ revitalises ancient art of Tai Chi to help people SMILE

UQ’s Dr Xin Liu’s Tai Chi-based exercise program targets obese people suffering depression, anxiety and stress. ... Full story

Healing Plants Inspire New Compounds for Psychiatric Drugs

Scientists look to healers in Nigeria to develop better therapies for mental disorders ... Full story

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