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Long live the monarchy! British royals tend to survive a full three decades longer than their subjects

2021-04-13 17:34:22 UTC

Long live the monarchy! British royals tend to survive a full three decades longer than their subjectsIn the U.K. it is customary to receive a personalized message from the queen on your 100th birthday such is the relative rarity of reaching the milestone. Prince Philip was just a couple months off, dying at the age of 99 years and 10 months on April 9, 202 Read more at Raw Story


Detroit automakers blast Michigan GOP's new voter suppression bill

2021-04-13 17:37:45 UTC

Detroit automakers blast Michigan GOPMajor employers in the state of Michigan, including its two iconic car manufacturers, are blasting the state's Republican Party for its new voter suppression bill.The Detroit Free Press reports that Detroit auto titans General Motors and Ford have come out ag Read more at Raw Story


HLN correspondent: George Floyd was a 'ticking time bomb' and it was 'just a matter of time'

2021-04-13 17:44:21 UTC

HLN correspondent: George Floyd was a HLN legal correspondent Jean Casarez on Tuesday argued that the defense for former Minneapolis Police Officer Derek Chauvin is trying to show that George Floyd was a "ticking time bomb" before he was killed."I've been trying to figure out the defense," Casare Read more at Raw Story


Human Solidarity and Nature Conservation

2021-04-13 08:37:20 UTC

Human Solidarity and Nature ConservationAs far as we can discern, the sole purpose of human existence is to kindle a light in the darkness of mere being. Carl Gustav Jung [1] Life is the actualization of potentialities embedded within the biochemical processes that form the mechanisms of geneti Read more at CounterPunch


Brother shares his pain after losing 'completely healthy' sister, 19, to Sudden Adult Death Syndrome

2021-04-14 08:50:32 UTC

Brother shares his pain after losing Patrick Mead, 18, from Frome, Somerset, tries to come to terms with his grief and unpick what happened to Lauren in a new documentarySudden Death: My Sister's Secret Killer, on BBC One tonight. Read more at Daily Mail


New Miami-based initiative AccurePCI to catalyze personalized medicine innovation in Miami-Dade

2021-04-12 20:31:00 UTC

New Miami-based initiative AccurePCI to catalyze personalized medicine innovation in Miami-DadeAccurePCI, a project partnership of Miami foundation Global CoCreation Lab and Silicon Valley-based Cipherome announced today, will address a growing health ... Read more at Yahoo Entertainment


Long live the monarchy! British royals tend to survive a full three decades longer than their subjects

2021-04-13 12:41:51 UTC

Long live the monarchy! British royals tend to survive a full three decades longer than their subjectsPrince Philip died at 99. Living to such a ripe old age isn't unusual for UK royals. Nor is it surprising, argues an expert on aging and longevity. Read more at The Conversation Africa


Is Bigfoot real? You likely already know the answer.

2021-04-14 16:05:19 UTC

Is Bigfoot real? You likely already know the answer.Despite a lack of hard evidence, some people believe that Bigfoot, also called Sasquatch, is a giant ape-like creature that roams North America. Read more at Live Science


New way to monitor and prevent nerve cell deterioration after TBI

2021-04-13 16:43:55 UTC

New way to monitor and prevent nerve cell deterioration after TBIResearchers have discovered a new way to prevent brain nerve cells from deteriorating after injury, which also revealed a potential mechanistic link between TBI and AD. Their discovery also yielded a new blood biomarker of nerve cell degeneration after injury Read more at Science Daily


Animal Model Market Driven by Developments in Pharmaceutical and CRISPR Genetic Research, Opines Fact.MR

2021-04-14 13:03:00 UTC

Animal Model Market Driven by Developments in Pharmaceutical and CRISPR Genetic Research, Opines Fact.MRLeading research organizations are investing increasingly in the use of advanced animal models for CRISPR and microinjection applications for long-term... Read more at Yahoo Entertainment


Artificial intelligence can accelerate clinical diagnosis of fragile X syndrome

2021-04-12 14:39:33 UTC

Artificial intelligence can accelerate clinical diagnosis of fragile X syndromeAn analysis of electronic health records for 1.7 million Wisconsin patients revealed a variety of health problems newly associated with fragile X syndrome, the most common inherited cause of intellectual disability and autism, and may help identify cases year Read more at ScienceBlog.com


OpGen Announces Results from Successful Webinar on Bacterial Pneumonia Co-infections in COVID-19 Patients

2021-04-12 11:30:00 UTC

OpGen Announces Results from Successful Webinar on Bacterial Pneumonia Co-infections in COVID-19 PatientsExperts presented the results of their Unyvero studies and demonstrated: Distinguishing those COVID-19 ICU patients with bacterial superinfection early and... Read more at Yahoo Entertainment


The Secret Life of Seeds

2021-04-13 04:07:13 UTC

The Secret Life of SeedsThis week, with the northern hemisphere firmly in Spring and new growth bursting out all around us, we're talking about the science of seeds. Plus, in the news: the latest on the Astrazeneca COVID vaccine and blood clots, why UK plans to Covid test the popula Read more at The Naked Scientists


Genetic predisposition to schizophrenia may increase risk of psychosis from cannabis use

2021-04-13 04:00:00 UTC

Genetic predisposition to schizophrenia may increase risk of psychosis from cannabis use(Centre for Addiction and Mental Health) New research shows that while cannabis users had higher rates of psychotic experiences than non-users across the board, the difference was especially pronounced among those with high genetic predisposition to schizophr Read more at EurekAlert


Scaling up genome editing big in tiny worms

2021-04-13 04:00:00 UTC

Scaling up genome editing big in tiny worms(Max Delbrck Center for Molecular Medicine in the Helmholtz Association) MDC researchers can now induce diverse genetic mutations and track their effects on a large scale in microscopic worms. The team describe their in vivo parallel genetics approach and ne Read more at EurekAlert


Family ties: Early cardiac events pose major and different risks in close relatives

2021-04-12 04:00:00 UTC

Family ties: Early cardiac events pose major and different risks in close relativesA study investigating a consecutive series of 230 patients with premature onset of heart attacks, strokes, angina or peripheral artery disease and a comparison group shows that family history of early onset cardiac events is a major and independent risk facto Read more at EurekAlert


Seagen: The New Oncology Hope

2021-04-12 08:09:44 UTC

Seagen: The New Oncology HopeIn recent years, Seagen has undergone a transformation from a one-product company to a diversified player in the oncology drug market.
Read more at Seeking Alpha


Global Clinical Genomics Markets Report 2021: Mergers, Acquisitions, and Partnerships Accelerate Adoption of Clinical Genomics

2021-04-14 08:13:00 UTC

Global Clinical Genomics Markets Report 2021: Mergers, Acquisitions, and Partnerships Accelerate Adoption of Clinical GenomicsDublin, April 14, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Clinical Genomics Report: The Interplay Between Clinical Research & Clinical Diagnostics" report has been... Read more at Yahoo Entertainment


Phase 3 Treatment Trial in Recently Infected Asymptomatic Patients Showed REGEN-COV (casirivimab with imdevimab) Significantly Reduced Progression to Symptomatic COVID-19

2021-04-12 05:15:00 UTC

Phase 3 Treatment Trial in Recently Infected Asymptomatic Patients Showed REGEN-COV (casirivimab with imdevimab) Significantly Reduced Progression to Symptomatic COVID-19Second Phase 3 trial undertaken in collaboration with NIAID to announce results today, both using subcutaneous administration of REGEN-COV in asymptomatic... Read more at Yahoo Entertainment


Peroxiredoxin alleviates the fitness costs of imidacloprid resistance in an insect pest of rice

2021-04-12 14:00:00 UTC

Peroxiredoxin alleviates the fitness costs of imidacloprid resistance in an insect pest of riceThis study shows that peroxiredoxin is a modifier gene whose cis-upregulation in the brown planthopper (Nilaparvata lugens) increases the ability of resistant populations to clear the fitness cost-incurring reactive oxygen species that inevitably result from Read more at Plos.org



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