Scientists have developed a fast-acting antidote to cyanide (salts of hydrocyanic acid), which will help save the lives of people at risk of chemical poisoning: firefighters, employees of hazardous industrial facilities, as well as victims of terrorist attacks..
Check out their guesses in experimental animals, scientists from the University of California, San Diego (California, USA) concluded that liver fibrosis (fibrous connective tissue growth) can not only stop but also reverse!
Perhaps, the cancer is rooted in yet insufficiently studied area cellular medicine: the area of cancer stem cells. They could be found among the rapidly proliferating cancer cells.
Canadian researchers have found another reason to refrain from smoking cannabis.
Scientists from the University of California at Davis (University of California, Davis) conducted laboratory studies and found that the conventional antibacterial chemical additives contained in detergents (for example, in the sauna soap) can disrupt the hormonal activity of the organism.
Judging by a recent study by Australian scientists, athletes, often considered to be the ideal of physical health and well-being can be subjected to more diseases than those who do not engage in active sports.
There is some relationship between infection and the development of so-called teeth "Alopecia areata" - alopecia areata or local hair loss. Alopecia affects both men and women regardless of age and is found in about one person in a thousand.
Scientists at Stanford University have made another successful discovery in the field of stem cell transplantation. They have learned to literally "grow" new immune system in mice by replacing the old damaged circulatory system of the new.
Researchers from the Medical College of Georgia (USA) to the creation of a nine-vaccine against nine of the most dangerous strains of HPV.
New studies have shown that women with regular sexual arousal syndrome, are often victims of various psychological disorders.
Scientists have developed the first successful strategy to reduce smokers nicotine addiction without giving up smoking.
Researchers at the Medical Center at Duke University found that the reason for the appearance of wrinkles - no earthly gravity, pulled away the skin, and age-related changes in bone structure of the face. And most of all women suffer from it.
Sepsis (total blood poisoning) - pathological immune response to bacterial infection.
Physicists at the University of Arizona have developed a unique technology, which is made possible thanks to the destruction of the laser bacteria and viruses (such as HIV) without causing harm to the cells of the human body.
For more than 40 years, scientists have searched for a natural hormone capable of outputting sodium from the body. On the basis of this hormone could be created safe and effective drugs to combat high blood pressure - hypertension.
Scientists at the Sahlgrenska Academy have discovered a previously unknown genetic disease caused by a genetic defect that leads to the fact that muscle cells lose their ability to store energy derived from sugar.
Recently, studies have been conducted on the effect of gene therapy treatment of erectile dysfunction. The most significant result stored for up to six months, showed two patients who were subjected to the most thorough treatment.
Unpleasant, though not fatal herpes virus might be used as a weapon to combat the widespread worldwide breast cancer.
The researchers found that human bone structure is very different from that which was assumed to ranee.Poslednie findings can influence the whole process of treatment of some diseases that weaken the bone.
Some people believe that smoking tobacco causes multiple sclerosis. Recent scientific studies have shown that this is not the case, though still remained unknown causes and the development of the disease.
Last month, scientists from Europe and Asia have launched a major new project to find a cure for the deadly bird flu virus.
People differ from one another more genes. This is revealed in the course of international studies that publication in Tokyo (Japan).
Do not fall asleep at the wheel!
Psychologists say that the phenomenon of "contagious yawning" is most pronounced among people emotional, sensitive and more developed in terms of social awareness.
Recent studies of the insulin gene showed that its mutation leads to a particular form of diabetes, affecting neonates and infants, and as a result - to a lifelong dependence on insulin injections.
Scientists have discovered monoclonal antibodies that can translate into reality the dream of a vaccine against hepatitis-C.