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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.
Scientists have identified several strains of bacteria in human guts that can be used to prevent – and even reverse – allergies.
These tiny bandaids have been successful in regenerating damaged hearts – and they are now ready to be tested on human heart attack survivors.
Researchers are delighted to report that three specially-trained beagles were able to sniff out malignant lung cancer tumors with 97% accuracy.
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.
For the first time ever, researchers have found DNA evidence of gingivitis enzymes being directly correlated to the development of Alzheimer's.
When Mom Wanted to Build Walker for Her Son, Home Depot Workers Sent Them for Ice Cream and Got to Work
When Christian Moore told these employees what she was planning on building for her son, the workers gently ushered her out the door and got to work.
Scientists Use New ‘Holy Grail’ Gene Therapy to Heal Damage Caused By Heart Attacks and it Could Save Millions
This is the first successful demonstration of scientists using gene therapy to help a heart repair itself following a heart attack.
This MIT researcher has published another study that further explains how and why flickering lights could be a non-pharmaceutical dementia treatment.
Investigadores Canadienses han desarrollado un nuevo tratamiento para la discapacidad motriz causada por la enfermedad de Parkinson y los resultados "sobrepasan sus sueños más...
Young Man Invites Solitary Senior to Eat With Him and Discovers She is a Widow On a Special Anniversary
When this young man saw a senior sitting by herself in an Alabama restaurant, he could not help but say hello – and he was glad that he did.
Years After She Smells Parkinson’s Disease on Her Husband, Woman is Now Paving the Way for Early Detection Test
This retired nurse is using her keen sense of smell to help researchers develop one of the first early detection tests for Parkinson's disease.
When one of their employees was diagnosed with Alzheimer's, this supermarket went above and beyond the call of duty to make her feel valued.
A routine eye test can detect the earliest stages of Alzheimer's disease in seconds, according to new research. The non-invasive scan looks for changes in...
Scientists now have over $24 million in funding for Parkinson's research thanks to the beloved Hollywood philanthropist.
Though this hockey ref has always paid tribute to his favorite band during his iceskating marathons, his most recent event had an unexpected visitor.
A study suggesting dementia may be caused by leaky blood vessels in the brain was welcomed by the Alzheimer's Society who said it could...
Senior Enrolls in University After Alzheimer’s Diagnosis: ‘It’s a good thing because I was bored being retired!’
This 81-year-old with Alzheimer's hopes that his determination will inspire other dementia patients to fight their diagnosis.