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Health News - Biology/Biochemistry

Could fish oil reverse negative effects of a fatty diet?
Breaking research into fish oil supplements shows that they may be able to stave off a number of metabolic changes associated with a high-fat diet. (Medical News Today)

Study paves way for steroid treatments with fewer side effects
An improved therapy to replace essential steroids in the body is a step closer thanks to new research. (Medical News Today)

A molecular alarm clock awakens resting ovules
At the start of reproductive life an ovary contains, on average, several thousands of immature ovules in a resting state that can last for several decades. (Medical News Today)

Slower blood aging may explain why Hispanics live longer
Hispanics live longer than other ethnicities despite having higher rates of disease. New research finds this may be because they have slower blood aging. (Medical News Today)

How antiviral antibodies become part of immune memory
Weapons production first, research later. During wartime, governments follow these priorities, and so does the immune system. (Medical News Today)

New enzyme-mapping advance could help drug development
Scientists at MIT and the University of São Paulo in Brazil have identified the structure of an enzyme that could be a good target for drugs combatting three diseases common in the developing... (Medical News Today)

Time of day influences our susceptibility to infection, study suggests
We are more susceptible to infection at certain times of the day as our body clock affects the ability of viruses to replicate and spread between cells, suggests new research from the University of... (Medical News Today)

Human brain clocks exposed: Effects of circadian clocks and sleep loss vary across brain regions, new study finds
Ever wondered what happens inside your brain when you stay awake for a day, a night and another day, before you finally go to sleep? (Medical News Today)

Large human brain evolved as a result of "sizing each other up"
Humans have evolved a disproportionately large brain as a result of sizing each other up in large cooperative social groups, researchers have proposed. (Medical News Today)

Blood vessel-forming protein could offer alternative to heart bypass surgery
Using mouse models, researchers shed light on how a protein called AGGF1 forms new blood vessels, which could help treat heart disease and heart attack. (Medical News Today)

HIV: Newly discovered component could lead to more effective drugs
Scientists have uncovered a feature that HIV uses to infect cells while avoiding immune system detection. This finding could lead to improved treatments. (Medical News Today)

Molecular flexibility shown to help pharmaceutical drugs bind to their targets
Scientists have discovered an alternative way to create a stronger binding between pharmaceutical drugs and the part of the body they are targeting - a development that can be used to fight a... (Medical News Today)

New hope for shock patients in intensive care
Care for critically-ill patients with shock could be improved, it is hoped, after the first successful testing by University of Oxford scientists of a new machine to record oxygen consumption in... (Medical News Today)

Evidence insufficient to make recommendation regarding screening for lipid disorders in children and adolescents
The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) has concluded that the current evidence is insufficient to assess the balance of benefits and harms of screening for lipid disorders in children and... (Medical News Today)

Osteoarthritis can be caused by senescent cells, study finds
Using mouse models, researchers say they have uncovered a causal link between cellular senescence - where cells stop dividing - and osteoarthritis. (Medical News Today)

Why you're stiff in the morning: Your body suppresses inflammation when you sleep at night
New research published online in The FASEB Journal, describes a protein created by the body's "biological clock" that actively represses inflammatory pathways within the affected limbs during the... (Medical News Today)

Researchers discover Sandman's role in sleep control
Oxford University researchers have discovered what causes a switch to flip in our brains and wake us up. (Medical News Today)

What sports matches reveal about gender roles
In the modern era, it's clear that women can do just about anything that men can do. (Medical News Today)

Neuroscience: How neurons quench thirst in real time
A population of neurons that anticipate thirst and regulate fluid imbalances pre-emptively has been identified in the subfornical organ (SFO) of the brains of mice. (Medical News Today)

How night shifts can increase cancer risk
Night shifts may promote cancer development by disrupting two circadian rhythm genes that also play a role in tumor suppression, researchers find. (Medical News Today)

TSRI researchers find 'lead actors' in immune cell development
A new study, led by scientists at The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI), reveals a surprising twist in immune biology. (Medical News Today)

No platelets, no immune response
When a virus attacks our organism, an inflammation appears on the affected area which triggers off the process of immune defence within our body. (Medical News Today)

Green monkeys acquired staphylococcus aureus from humans
Many deadly diseases that afflict humans were originally acquired through contact with animals. (Medical News Today)

Why do women orgasm? Study may hold the answer
By assessing the evolution of the female orgasm across mammalian species, researchers find it may have once played a direct role in human reproduction. (Medical News Today)

Pharmacy on the go: Programmable device produces vaccines on demand
A device that acts as a portable pharmacy for use in remote areas of the world has been developed as a cost-effective solution for on-demand treatments. (Medical News Today)

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