Stem cell injections could be the key to curing MS
From promising stem cell therapies to EBV vaccines, researchers are closer than ever to finding a cure for MS.
Biggest science prize in history aims to extend human healthspan by a decade
Do humans have an ethical obligation to “die young”? Maybe not in the way you think, says bioethicist Raiany Romanni.
Cholesterol drug suggests new way to treat Alzheimer’s
A cholesterol drug that reduced brain damage in mice could reveal a new approach to treating Alzheimer’s disease in people.
First anti-aging drug for dogs nears approval
Australia’s 30-year quest to unlock an ancient painkiller
Experimental drug cuts heart disease risk factor by 96%
Human brains have a remarkable ability to rewire themselves following injury
How do researchers study the prevalence of mental illnesses?
What is brown noise? Can this latest TikTok trend really help you sleep?
One dose CRISPR therapy cuts cholesterol by up to 55%
Human sleep patterns appear to change with the seasons
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