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Do you actually want to live to be 150?
New Zealand Herald

Do you actually want to live to be 150?

According to new research by Harvard Medical School's Paul F. Glenn Laboratories for the Molecular Biology of Ageing, we could all live to 150 by taking a pill to prevent age-related diseases (combined with healthy lifestyle choices). But, do we ... New Zealand Herald, 2 weeks ago
Med India

People With Type 2 Diabetes Prone to Memory Decline and Poor decision-Making With Age

New research from Harvard Medical School in Boston shows that people suffering from Type 2 diabetes are prone to memory decline and also develop poor decision-making skills as they age. In just two years, people with Type 2 diabetes experienced negative ...
 Med India1 month ago Obesity-related inflammation may trigger type 2 diabetes  Business Standard1 month ago Flashback Diabetes Friday: Taking the Upper Hand: Is There Really a Connection Between Type 1 Diabetes and Left-Handedness?  Diabetes Health Magazine2 weeks ago Researchers Shed Light into the Development of Type 1 Diabetes Complications  Med India4 weeks ago
Bariatric News

Metabolic master switch is fundamental to human obesity

A study led by researchers at MIT and Harvard Medical School that analysed the cellular circuitry underlying the strongest genetic association with obesity has unveiled a new pathway that controls human metabolism by prompting adipocytes to store ...
 Bariatric News2 weeks ago MIT, Harvard team uncover master switch that controls fat cells  Digital Journal1 week ago Obesity 'master-switch' in genes may be turned off: study  i24news2 weeks ago Scientists Prove What Fat People Have Been Saying All Along  Gay.com1 day ago
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Comprehensive Health Services Awards $600K to Harvard Medical School

Comprehensive Health Services made a $600,000 donation to the Harvard Medical School Department of Health Care Policy in support of its Telemedicine Research Fund and Health Care Markets and Regulation Lab . According to Harvard, the gift "will ...
 Insurance News Net1 month ago Comprehensive Health Services Donates $600K to Harvard Medical School  Insurance News Net1 month ago
9ija News.com

BRCA gene mutations and ovarian cancer: an interview with Dr Matulonis, Harvard Medical School

 9ija News.com1 month ago
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Kashmir born US Scientist to deliver lecture at SKIMS

Dr. Khalid Shah the Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School, Boston, USA will deliver lecture on “Stem Cell therapies for Cancer: From Bench to Bedside"at SKIMS on 30th July at 4.30 PM.Dr. Khalid Shah, Kashmir born US scientist recently made ...
 Rising Kashmir1 month ago
Med India

Novel Non-Invasive Tissue Stimulation Technique Offers New Hope for Skin Solutions

In a major relief from the risky botox process for skin revitalization, Tel Aviv University and Harvard Medical School researchers developed a non-invasive technique that harnesses pulsed electric fields to generate growth of new skin tissue. The novel ...
 Med India2 months ago Tel Aviv (and) Harvard Universities Develop New Technology that Replenishes Skin's Collagen  Med India2 months ago Botox gone, 'pulse' technology new hope for skin solutions  Prokerala2 months ago
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Least-stressed cities in America

Feeling stressed out? You're not the only one. A 2014 study by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the Harvard School of Public Health found that half of all American adults dealt with a major stressful event over the prior year. And that doesn't ...
 AOL.com1 week ago
MedIndia

Simple, Effective Paper Test to Screen Individuals With Ebola, Yellow Fever, Dengue

Scientists from MIT, Harvard Med School, and the FDA have developed a paper-based device that changes color, depending on whether the patient has Ebola, yellow fever or dengue. The scientists don't claim their method to be as accurate as PCR and ...
 MedIndia1 week ago Colored Nanoparticles Distinguish Between Yellow Fever Virus, Ebola and Dengue in Paper-Based Test  Azonano2 weeks ago Researchers develop paper-based test to diagnose Ebola, dengue  Hindustan Times2 weeks ago Quick, paper-based Ebola test may help in remote areas  MyFox Memphis2 weeks ago
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Harvard SEAS Team Develops Ultra-soft Dry Silicone Rubber for Biomedical Implants

Medical implants mimic the softness of human tissue by mixing liquids such as oil with long silicone polymers to create a squishy, wet gel. While implants have improved dramatically over the years, there is still a chance of the liquid leaking, ...
 SpecialChem Polymer Additives2 weeks ago Improving medical implants  ECN3 weeks ago
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