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Five New Alzheimer’s Genes Double Total as Doctors Unravel Disease Cause

Five new genes have been definitively linked to Alzheimer’s disease, doubling the total confirmed by scientists and opening new areas for research into an...

Teen Creates App to Organize All The Family’s Caregivers After Grandmother Gets Alzheimers

After witnessing his mom’s stress caring for a family member with Alzheimer’s, teen creates app to organize all the caregivers for his grandmother.

This is the Moment Two Jewish Cousins Were Reunited After 75 Years of Believing the Other Had Died in WWII

This emotional reunion between two WWII survivors has been 75 years in the making. 87-year-old Morris Sana and 85-year-old Simon Mairowitz are cousins who grew...

30 Years of Research Shows Sauna Bathing is Game-Changer for Longevity and Heart Disease

More than 30 years of research have culminated together to show an astonishing array of health benefits from frequent sauna usage.

Thanks to Student’s Hunch, Seniors With Dementia Are ‘Coming Alive’ Again With the ‘Magic’ of Virtual Reality

The technology was shown to greatly decrease symptoms of depression and isolation in seniors suffering from dementia in more than 100 nursing communities.

New Study Builds on Correlation Between Tea Consumption, Healthier Brains, and Reduced Risk of Dementia

Whether you drink green or black tea, this new study further builds on a growing body of research which says that a cup of tea a day can keep dementia away.

More Than $21 Million Awarded to World’s Most Trailblazing Scientists to Further Their Research

More than $21.6 million has been awarded to the world's most trailblazing scientists for this year's Breakthrough Prizes.

Say Goodbye to Temporary Fillings: Scientists Successfully Use a Gel to Regrow Tooth Enamel

Loose dental fillings may soon be a thing of the past now that Chinese scientists have uncovered how to reproduce tooth enamel that will repair itself.

After 68% of Patients Were Cured of PTSD in Phase-2 Trials Clinics May Soon Offer MDMA Therapy

As researchers prepare to finish up a series of phase 3 clinical trials on MDMA treatments for PTSD, patients may soon have access to the therapy in clinics.

New Research Says That ‘Tickling’ Ear Therapy Could Slow Down Symptoms of Aging

This new research from the University of Leeds illustrates how gentle electrical stimulation in the ear can fight a range of chronic health issues.

In World First, Doctors Have Been Prescribing Museum Visits to Patients—With Vouchers for Free Entry

The art therapy initiative, which is said to be the first of its kind, has already resulted in a Montreal museum happily filling over 185 prescribed visits.

Gentle Ear Stimulation Shown to Significantly Reduce Symptoms of Parkinson’s Disease–Even Months Later

A simple new non-invasive device from the University of Kent could drastically improve the livelihood of people living with Parkinson's disease.

New Research Shows That Gut Microbes May ‘Significantly’ Slow the Progression of ALS

Scientists have successfully identified a strain of bacteria in our gut microbiomes that can “significantly” slow the progression of Lou Gehrig's disease.

For First Time Ever, Scientists Have Cured Living Creatures of HIV and Eliminated Virus From DNA Entirely

A trailblazing team of researchers has eliminated all traces of HIV from living mice – and they will soon begin clinical trials on humans.

Researchers ‘Shocked’ by Discovery That ALS-Diseased Neurons Show Incredible Resilience if Given Glucose

A new study from the University of Arizona has uncovered a potential new way to treat patients with ALS, a debilitating neurodegenerative disease.

Researchers Used Natural Gut Bacteria to Prevent—and Reverse—Food Allergies in Pre-clinical Trials

Scientists have identified several strains of bacteria in human guts that can be used to prevent – and even reverse – allergies.

Successful Trials Give Green Light to ‘Heart Patches’ That Will Be Tested on Heart Attack Survivors

These tiny bandaids have been successful in regenerating damaged hearts – and they are now ready to be tested on human heart attack survivors.

Dogs Detecting Lung Cancer With 97% Accuracy May Spell the End of Expensive Screening Methods

Researchers are delighted to report that three specially-trained beagles were able to sniff out malignant lung cancer tumors with 97% accuracy.

Lower Risk of Type 1 Diabetes in Children Vaccinated Against ‘Stomach Flu’ Virus

In the study, over 1.5 million children who received the free vaccine were far less likely to develop type 1 diabetes later in life.

Blood Types May Soon Be Indifferent As Scientists Use Our Gut Bacteria to Make ‘Universal’ Blood Type

Scientists have discovered the key to unlocking a “universal” blood type after identifying a unique kind of bacteria in our gut biome.