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Want to boost your capacity for memory retention, better learning, plus creative thinking and problem-solving? Sure you do! And the good news? The latest scientific research is making it easier to boost your brainpower than ever. For starters, you might think that powering...

source: By Lisa Mulcahy
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In this essay, author Max Romano, M.D., outlines how his own white privilege has benefited him throughout his career, challenging other white physicians to recognize and speak out against the often subtle racism that goes on in hospitals...

source: Annals of Family Medicine

Researchers have successfully recovered DNA from the oldest viruses that are known to have infected mankind. These earliest viruses were all strains of hepatitis B. This research, according to experts, can shed light on the evolution of the hepatitis B virus that affects...

source: Nature via

Researchers from The Scripps Research Institute are reporting an innovative new method to screen for potential cancer drugs. The technique makes use of tiny, three-dimensional ball-like aggregates of cells called spheroids. These structures...

source: The Scripps Research Institute via EurekAlert!

Researchers from the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering have created nanofiber dressings that are made of proteins that are naturally...

source: Medical Design & Outsourcing

The financial barrier is one of the major factors leading to the lack of physicians from underrepresented groups. Even in a diverse state like New York, where African-Americans and Hispanics/Latinos comprise more than 30 percent...

source: University at Buffalo

Dr. Edward T.H. Yeh, chairman of the Department of Medicine and director of the Center for Precision Medicine at the University of Missouri School of Medicine, has been leading a team of researchers at MU and in Shanghai, China, in examining innate immunity, a critical arm...

source: University of Missouri-Columbia via Medical Xpress


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