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    Rersearch shows quick period of vein rebuilding after aneurysm

    Hitting a pothole on the road in only the wrong way might create a bulge on the tire, a weakened spot that will almost certainly result in an eventual flat tire. But what if that tire could immediately begin reknitting its rubber, strengthening the bulge and preventing it from bursting? That’s exactly what blood vessels

    Imbalanced bacterial community in the gums connected to Alzheimer’s infection biomarker

    Older adults with more harmful than healthy bacteria in their gums are more likely to have evidence for amyloid beta–a key biomarker for Alzheimer’s disease–in their cerebrospinal fluid (CSF), according to new research from NYU College of Dentistry and Weill Cornell Medicine. However, this imbalance in oral bacteria was not associated with another Alzheimer’s biomarker

    New radiopharmaceutical shows therapeutic efficacy in preclinical model of ovarian disease

    Preclinical trials of a new radiopharmaceutical to treat ovarian cancer have produced effective results, dramatically restricting tumor growth and diminishing tumor mass. Designed especially for ovarian cancers that are resistant to conventional therapies, the new radiopharmaceutical could be produced in 25 minutes at reduced cost, which contributes to better efficiency compared with alternative procedures. This