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Anti-Anxiety Drug Makes Fish Live Longer-8/7/14

(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-8/4/14

(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-7/21/14

(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-7/21/14

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

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Weekend Confidential: Ray Kurzweil-6/29/14

(Wall Street Journal) by Drew Kelly - Ray Kurzweil is teaching computers how to read better—...

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Nanotech Method Boosts Conventional Cancer Treatments in Pre-Clinical Trial-6/16/14

(Singularity Hub) by Cameron Scott - The conventional wisdom has it that there's no silver bullet for treating cancer;...

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Bionic pancreas shows promise in trials-6/15/14

(Gizmag) by Ben Coxworth - This February, we first heard about a "bionic pancreas" that could radically improve the lives of type 1 diabetics. At the time, multi-day trials involving groups of adult and adolescent patients were still yet to occur. Those t...

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"Heart Disease-on-a-Chip" Could Usher in an Age of Personalized Medicine-5/22/14

(Gizmag) by Ben Coxworth - When we've previously heard about "organs on a chip," they've been miniature recreations of healthy organs. If they're being used for research into the treatment of health problems, however, then it only makes sense that those "...

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Mice with MS-like Condition Walk Again After Neural Stem-Cell Treatment-5/18/14

(KurzweilAI.net) - When scientists transplanted human neural stem cells into mice with multiple sclerosis (MS), within a remarkably short period of time, 10 to 14 days, the mice had regained motor skills. Six months later, they showed no signs of slowi...

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