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How to quickly convert human skin cells into immune-fighting white blood cells-9/17/14

(KurzweilAI.net) Salk Institute scientists have turned human skin cells into transplantable white blood cells capable of attacking diseased or cancerous cells or augmenting immune responses against other disorders. The process, described in the journal;...

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The $1 Million Race For The Cure To End Aging-9/15/14

(TechCrunch.com) by Sarah Buhr - The hypothesis is so absurd it seems as though it popped right off the pages of a science-fiction novel. Some scientists in Palo Alto are offering a $1 million prize to anyone who can end aging. “...

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Longevity Gene in Fruit Flies Hints at Coming Genetic Discoveries to Slow Aging-9/11/14

(SingularityHub) by Jason Dorrier - In the last few centuries, medical advances have greatly lengthened lifespans. ...

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Obesity rates reach historic highs in more U.S. states-9/4/14

(Reuters) - Rates of adult obesity increased in six U.S. states and fell in none last year, and in more states than ever - 20 - at least 30% of adults are obese, according to an analysis released on Thursday. The conclusions were reported by the Trust ...

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Spongy polymer developed to fill holes in bones-8/15/14

(Gizmag) Whether they're the result of injuries, surgery or birth defects such as cleft palate, missing sections of bone in the skull or jaw can certainly affect someone's appearance. Although there are some methods of filling in such gaps, they have limi...

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Anti-Anxiety Drug Makes Fish Live Longer-8/8/14

(NEWSER) by Jenn Gidman - On the one hand, fish exposed to the tranquilizer oxazepam when it seeps into their waters kind of become jerks, reports a study in Nature. On the other hand, this same drug, a benzodiazepine used to treat anxiety and insomnia in...

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‘Rewired’ mice show signs of longer lives with fewer age-related illnesses-8/5/14

(KurzweilAI) Mice lacking a specific protein (TRAP-1) live longer lives with fewer age-related illnesses, such as tissue degeneration, obesity, and spontaneous tumor formation, when compared with normal mice, ...

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Human blood platelets grown in bone marrow-replicating bioreactor-7/22/14

(Gizmag) by Ben Coxworth - Scientists have already successfully coaxed stem cells into becoming ...

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3D-printed-anatomy developers aim to revolutionize medical education-7/22/14

A kit of 3D-printed anatomical body parts could revolutionize medical education and training, according to its developers at ...

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