Results from a TGen-led international study suggest that SARS-CoV-2 takes advantage of genetic changes among patients with pre-existing lung diseases
Johns Hopkins Medicine study uncovers enzyme inhibitor that boosts immune system to fight MRSA and other dangerous skin infections
Designed from the yeast used to make beer, ‘Y-bots’ can target inflammation, tissue scarring and disturbances in the balance of microbes living in the gut
Physical activity levels at or above the weekly recommended amounts may counter the serious health harms associated with poor sleep quality, suggests a large long term study, published online in the British Journal of Sports Medicine.
A special report published in the New England Journal of Medicine raises serious questions about the benefits, risks and ethics of a new service — which the authors call “embryo selection based on polygenic scores,” or ESPS. The service allows in vitro fertilization patients to select embryos with the goal of choosing healthier and even smarter children.