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Health News - Biology/Biochemistry

A potential lifesaver lies unrecognized in the human body
Tübingen researchers have discovered that bacteria from the human nose produces a novel antibiotic which is effective against multiresistant pathogensA potential lifesaver lies unrecognized... (Medical News Today)

Cells from same cell bank lots may have vast genetic variability
Findings have implications for reproducibility of cell culture experiments, a foundation of scientific research. (Medical News Today)

Genomic copies of Dolly the sheep prove cloned sheep can live long and healthy lives
Three weeks after the scientific world marked the 20th anniversary of the birth of Dolly the sheep, new research, published by The University of Nottingham in the academic journal Nature... (Medical News Today)

E-cigarettes: Toxic emission level dependent on temperature, type, age of device
Researchers have found that the temperature, type, and age of an e-cigarette has a significant effect on the levels of toxic emissions released. (Medical News Today)

Dutch men and Latvian women tallest in world according to 100-year global height study
Dutch men and Latvian women are the tallest on the planet, according to the largest ever study of height around the world. (Medical News Today)

From vision to hand action: Neuroscientists at the German Primate Center decipher how our brain controls grasping movements
Our hands are highly developed grasping organs that are in continuous use. Long before we stir our first cup of coffee in the morning, our hands have executed a multitude of grasps. (Medical News Today)

Breast cancer risk may be influenced by type of fat dad eats
In a rat study, researchers find male rats that consumed a diet rich in animal fats increased the risk of breast cancer for female offspring. (Medical News Today)

Researchers show novel technique that can 'taste' DNA
Scientists at The University of Nottingham have demonstrated for the first time that it is possible to selectively sequence fragments of DNA in real time, greatly reducing the time needed to... (Medical News Today)

Alzheimer's protein spreads through space between brain cells
Tau protein is known to spread from neuron to neuron in Alzheimer's. Now, a new study shows at least one way is via the extracellular space between cells. (Medical News Today)

Regenerative medicine improves strength and function in severe muscle injuries
Results of a study conducted by researchers at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine and the McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine showed significant improvement in strength and... (Medical News Today)

Could antibiotics reduce levels of Alzheimer's-causing plaques?
Treating mice with antibiotics decreases the level of plaques that cause Alzheimer’s disease and elevates microglial cell inflammation in the brain. (Medical News Today)

'Living' cartilage grown using stem cells could prevent hip replacement surgery
Researchers describe how it may be possible to use a patient's own stem cells and a 3-D, synthetic scaffold to grow new hip joint-shaped cartilage. (Medical News Today)

New compounds defeat multi-drug resistant cancer cells
Researchers find a newly discovered class of molecules - called selenocompounds - can kill multi-drug resistant cancer cells in mice. (Medical News Today)

Cancer-promoting protein levels reduced by diet and exercise
Changes to diet and exercise habits could reduce the amount of proteins in the blood that are involved in angiogenesis and the development of cancer cells. (Medical News Today)

The colon is defended from bacteria by a self-sacrificing sentinel cell
A lone Sentinel cell monitors and coordinates the defense of the entrance to the colon's most sensitive parts. (Medical News Today)

Tissue-engineered model of human colon should improve cancer research
Researchers have tissue-engineered a model of the human colon for tracking the genetic changes that drive cancer from abnormal mass to invasive tumor. (Medical News Today)

Gut bacteria unleash anti-aging power of pomegranates
Study shows urolithin A - a product of gut bacterial digestion of a pomegranate compound - restores a key cell recycling process, an anti-aging property. (Medical News Today)

New discovery on how the inner ear works
Researchers have found that the parts of the inner ear that process sounds such as speech and music seem to work differently than other parts of the inner ear. (Medical News Today)

Centenarians' extra years are mostly healthy ones
Research on centenarians shows that the extra years lived are mostly healthy years - with illness often arriving decades later than in younger seniors. (Medical News Today)

Obesity may not keep body warm, mouse study finds
A new study from universities in Sweden and Germany finds that carrying excess fat does not contribute to a warmer body in obese mice. (Medical News Today)

Why do aged muscles heal slowly?
As we age, the function and regenerative abilities of skeletal muscles deteriorate, which means it is difficult for the elderly to recover from injury or surgery. (Medical News Today)

Should I Worry About Mosquito Bites?
Mosquito bites can irritate but they can also spread infectious diseases such as Zika and malaria. Learn more about symptoms, treatment and prevention. (Medical News Today)

Understanding baby's first steps could improve spinal injury rehab
Understanding the brain patterns of a baby's primitive stepping reflex may help children with cerebral palsy and adults with spinal cord injury. (Medical News Today)

Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease: Scientists identify trigger and treatment
Study shows activation of protein cdk4 triggers non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, and drugs that block it may offer way to prevent or treat the disease. (Medical News Today)

Allergy-causing 'bad guy' cells unexpectedly prove life-saving in C. difficile
Finding 'as unexpected as it is important,' with 'immediate implications for therapy'. (Medical News Today)

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