News of World Medicine
Scientists have found out why it is difficult to detect heart attack in women
The scientists of the University of Tromso have found out that women tolerate the heart attack pain better than men.
Researchers are on the verge of developing a new method for the diagnosis of dementia
Specialists from the University of Iowa have found a new potential biomarker of dementia - autotaxin. Previous studies have shown that people with obesity have increased autotaxin levels in the brain.
Researchers have revealed stem cells in unexpected places
Scientists from the Academy at the University of Gothenburg have found neural stem cells in the brains of epileptics. The astonishing thing is that the cells were revealed in unusual places, UPI.com reports.
Brain scans showed that depression is not one, but four different diseases
The researchers of Weill Cornell Medical College have studied more than 1,100 fMRI images of healthy people and volunteers with depression. According to Psych Central, the scientists have found biomarkers and identified four subtypes of depression. Perhaps the researchers’ findings will help to develop the new methods of diagnosis of depression.
Tests of unique HIV vaccine are underway
HIV is still one of the most dangerous viruses in the human history. According to ZME Science, the virus infected 36.7 million people, including 1.8 million children in 2015. But scientists do not sit idle.
Physicians say that unhealthy diet can be compensated by taking fish oil.
Fish oil has unique properties. It is capable to protect the brain from dangerous toxins. According to "News Era", fish oil does not affect the neurogenesis (formation and integration of new brain cells), but, it produces a protective effect.
A unique powder will replace the standard donated blood
It seems that University of Washington has solved the problem of storage of donated blood. The scientists have demonstrated an artificial blood as a powder.
New remedy will relieve the pain and itching
Scientists from Scripps’s Research Institute have designed a new connection - Triazole 1.1. With its help the researchers have managed to suppress the pain and itching of the treated animals.
A Nobel laureate has developed a universal remedy against asthma and allergies
Professor of Microbiology Barry Marshall, a Nobel Prize winner, has developed a new remedy for prevention of asthma and food allergies.
Unique tablets make medicinal compounds to act up to two weeks
The question of duration of effect of medicines always stands before the doctors. According to the research of Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Harvard University and King's College London, the tablets that act for two weeks, could be designed, "MedikForum" reports.