New Study Reveals Omega-3 Fatty Acids May Weaken Listeria Monocytogenes

Previous studies have identified the many potential health benefits of omega-3 fatty acids, including a decreased risk of obesity, asthma, heart disease and diabetes. Now, a new study has discovered that omega-3... Read more »

New Study Reveals Some Kinds Of Vaginal Bacteria May Interfere With Vaginal Anti-HIV Gel

Some types of vaginal bacteria may potentially interfere with vaginal gels specifically designed to prevent the risk of contracting human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). The findings were based on a 2010 study of... Read more »
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Despite Effective Therapy – Reservoirs Of Latent HIV Can Multiply And Possibly Reactivate

New evidence discovered by Johns Hopkins researchers reveals that immune cells infected with a latent form of HIV are capable of proliferating and refilling the reservoir of virus immune to antiretroviral drug... Read more »

New Study Shows Chocolate May Reduce The Risk Of Atrial Fibrillation

A study conducted by researchers at Boston’s Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center identified a compound that could decrease the risk of dangerous irregular heart rhythms or atrial fibrillation (AF, A-Fib), which can... Read more »

Researchers Recommend More Participation By Older People For Improved Health Outcomes

A 72-year-old female participates in a study conducted at The Rubin Institute for Advanced Orthopedics at LifeBridge Health, by strapping on a device that utilizes electromagnetic pulses to potentially reduce inflammation in... Read more »

Using Statins To Reduce The Risk Of Heart Attack In Patients With HIV

In today’s world, people with HIV can live longer, healthier lives as long as they are not plagued with cardiovascular problems, such as a heart attack. The latest complication to arise from... Read more »

New Study Suggest Aspirin May Not Be Effective In Treating Atrial Fibrillation

A new study demonstrates that aspirin may not be an effective treatment for atrial fibrillation (AF), as previously thought. In fact, the risks of utilizing aspirin may outweigh the benefits for patients... Read more »

Newly Discovered Gene Responds To Electromagnetic Fields May Some Day Be Used In Gene Therapy

In a study, Johns Hopkins researchers and colleagues utilized the gene of a catfish to enable a rat brain to sense electromagnetic fields. A wide variety of animals, such as newts, lobster,... Read more »

Using Two Existing Drugs, Researchers Were Able To Alter A Biochemical Signaling Process

A study conducted by Johns Hopkins researchers and collaborators has found a biochemical signaling process responsible for causing condensed cancer cells to separate from a malignant tumor and spread the disease to... Read more »

Surgeons Successfully Transplanted Hepatitis C-Infected Kidneys And Then Cured The Disease

Utilizing such methods – transplantation with an infected-Hepatitis C kidney – to expand the supply of available donor organs is daring and risky. Once the kidneys were transplanted, patients were administered a... Read more »