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Health News - Biology/Biochemistry

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)

Brain tumors: Researchers hail soluble aspirin as potential breakthrough
A soluble liquid aspirin that crosses the blood-brain barrier is ten times stronger than current drugs at treating brain tumors, say lab tests. (Medical News Today)

How cancer cells spread and squeeze through tiny blood vessels
The spread of cancer from a tumor's original location to other parts of the body can play a major role in whether the disease turns deadly. (Medical News Today)

Danish researchers identify possible link between the environment and puberty
Danish researchers have discovered a possible epigenetic link between the environment and pubertal timing. (Medical News Today)

Lives in the balance: Why do we hold onto potentially harmful, disease-causing mutations?
The persistence of heritable disease raises an evolutionary paradox. When DNA goes awry, and a harmful mutation sprouts up that affects survival, why aren't these simply purged from a population... (Medical News Today)

Our ancestors evolved faster after dinosaur extinction
Our ancestors evolved three times faster in the 10 million years after the extinction of the dinosaurs than in the previous 80 million years, according to UCL researchers. (Medical News Today)

Virtual tissue technology reveals new drug target in polycystic kidney disease
Advanced computer simulations show that failures of cell adhesion and inhibition cause two types of kidney cyst formation. (Medical News Today)

Food's transit time is a key factor in digestive health
The time it takes for ingested food to travel through the human gut - also called transit time - affects the amount of harmful degradation products produced along the way. (Medical News Today)

Aggressiveness of acute myeloid leukemia elucidated
Scientists at the Friedrich Miescher Institute for Biomedical Research (FMI) and the University of Basel have discovered why acute leukemias with the same genetic abnormality vary in their... (Medical News Today)

Dissolving blood clots with magnetic nanoparticles
Blood clots can kill, and targeting and dissolving them quickly and safely can save lives. Drugs based on magnetic nanoparticles may offer solutions. (Medical News Today)

Scientists offer new view on origins of Parkinson's disease
A new study suggests stress on the endoplasmic reticulum of cells triggers neurodegeneration in Parkinson's disease and not just failure of mitochondria. (Medical News Today)

Cancer breakthrough? Novel insight into metastasis could offer new treatments
New cancer treatments could be in the cards, after researchers uncover a new mechanism by which cancer cells spread to other parts of the body and survive. (Medical News Today)

Longevity and human health may be linked to a muscle cell enzyme
Exercise and fasting do not change the location of a key enzyme involved in energy production, a study in Experimental Physiology found. (Medical News Today)

Our biological clock governs neuron reactivity
Researchers from the University of Liège (Belgium), in collaboration with colleagues from Milan (Italy), Surrey (UK) and West Virginia (USA), discovered that controlling neuron reactivity is part... (Medical News Today)

Chemical signal can make it easier to personalize medication
An international research team has searched for possible non-genetic causes of common immune diseases and discovered that there is a signal called hydroxymetylcytosine (HMC) in many regions of DNA... (Medical News Today)

The absence of a single protein spurs muscle aging in mice
One of the alterations that most affects the quality of life of the elderly is muscle wastage and the resulting loss of strength, a condition known as sarcopenia. (Medical News Today)

HIV entry mechanism into immune cell nucleus revealed
How does HIV enter the nucleus of immune cells when it is bigger than the pores in its walls? New research shows it hijacks a protein to enlarge the pores. (Medical News Today)

Breast cancer diagnosis improves with help from artificial intelligence
Accuracy of diagnosing breast cancer from pathology images can go from 96 to 99.5 percent when human performance is boosted by artificial intelligence. (Medical News Today)

Regular exercise may help muscle repair in older adults
The ability of skeletal muscle to regenerate after injury slows with age. Exercise conditioning may restore this ability, study of aged mice suggests. (Medical News Today)

Could restoring electrical signals help heal diabetic wounds?
Mouse study finds cornea wounds in diabetes have abnormal electric signals and suggests they could be a target in managing slow and non-healing wounds. (Medical News Today)

Overeating may cause more eating by cutting off fullness signal
New research shows overfed mice stop making a hormone that signals fullness to the brain, revealing a calorie-sensitive switch that might promote obesity. (Medical News Today)

Why do women live longer than men?
A survival advantage for female humans stands out in a UAB review of sex differences in longevity across many species; understanding why could inform treatments to extend healthy lifespans. (Medical News Today)

New antiviral drugs could come from DNA 'scrunching'
Evidence of DNA "scrunching" may one day lead to a new class of drugs against viruses, according to a research team from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, the... (Medical News Today)

Study finds that protein puts the brakes on melanin
A year and a half ago, researchers at Brown University found a molecular gas pedal for melanin production. Now they've found a brake. (Medical News Today)

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