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Boston University Researchers Find Link Between Brain Damage And Excess Sugar In Soda [Video]

Apr 22, 2017 AM EDT People who consume sodas daily are more likely to experience brain damage.

Stem Cells May Become Greatest Drug-Discovery Tool, Harvard Researcher Says [Video]

Apr 20, 2017 AM EDT Stem cells can be used to recreate damaged organs for drug testing.

Stanford Scientists Successfully Grow Eye Cells For Corneal Transplants

Apr 19, 2017 AM EDT The method just needs one donor cornea for parent cells to generate millions of cells.

Cornell Researchers Find How To Make Painkillers More Effective Against Chronic Pain [Video]

Apr 18, 2017 AM EDT Visualizing the receptor affected by chronic pain helped researchers develop a way to make drugs more effective.

Dartmouth Researchers Find Tumor-Killing T-Cells In The Skin To Fight Melanoma [Video]

Apr 17, 2017 AM EDT The skin may already be equipped to fight cancer tumors.

Scripps Research Institute Scientists Find New Way In Making Cells HIV-Resistant [Video]

Apr 13, 2017 AM EDT The method allows antibodies to stick to a cell's surface instead of just floating in the bloodstream.

UT Research Finds A Zika Vaccine That Completely Protects Against Infection [Video]

Apr 12, 2017 AM EDT The first live-attenuated Zika vaccine just needs one vaccination dose.

Boston University Researchers Find Protein That Increases Effectiveness Of Vaccines

Apr 10, 2017 AM EDT The protein was extracted from the exterior of bacteria and used to provide better a vaccination response.

Medical University Researchers Find New Interaction Linked To Higher Multiple Sclerosis Risk

Mar 26, 2017 AM EDT Researchers have discovered a biological marker for people who have a high risk of developing MS.

WSU Researchers Find Non-Invasive Way To Diagnose Prostate Cancer

Mar 24, 2017 AM EDT The method involves a device to filter cellular information from blood and urine.

University Of Georgia Researchers Use Algorithm To Rate Surgeons' Suturing Skill Level

Mar 14, 2017 AM EDT The system uses machine-learning algorithm and provides accurate ratings.

University Of Minnesota Researchers Find New Method To Warm Cryogenically Frozen Tissue

Mar 02, 2017 AM EST The new technique is called nanowarming and uses nanoparticles.

Stanford Dean Warns About Negative Impact Of Trump's Immigration Ban On Medicine

Feb 28, 2017 AM EST President Trump's immigration ban has had negative impacts on medicine, academia, business and tech.

Deep Brain Stimulation For Anorexia Therapy A Possibility

Feb 25, 2017 AM EST Scientists from the University of Toronto has found that deep brain stimulation may be a potential anorexia therapy.

Opioid Substitute Is Snail Venom For Pain Relief

Feb 24, 2017 PM EST The opioid epidemic still continues and scientists are looking at snail venom as an alternative.

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