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Overweight children exposed to lead in utero may have poor future kidney function

Overweight children who were exposed to lead in utero and during their first weeks of life have the potential for poorer kidney function in adulthood, according to an Icahn School

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Concussion linked to short- and long-term risk for overall health

While chronic neurological effects from concussion have been widely studied, little is known about possible links between concussion and long-term medical and behavioral comorbidities. A retrospective analysis published Jan. 15

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New molecular mechanisms identified in chronic skin inflammation

Frequently occurring chronic skin inflammation like in atopic dermatitis (AD or neurodermatitis) and psoriasis have different causes such as genetic predisposition, stress or allergens. These frequently occurring skin diseases are

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Retinal implants can give artificial vision to the blind

A team of EPFL engineers has developed technology that could partially restore vision in blind people. The study is published in Communications Materials. Restoring eyesight has always been one of

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An unstable working life affects the future mental health of young people

A new study reveals that a precarious, unstable initiation by young people to working life is associated with poorer future mental health. The study was conducted by researchers from the

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Immune cells in blood influence the brain during early development of Parkinson’s disease

Parkinson’s disease has always been considered a brain disorder. However, new research reveals a close link between the disease and certain immune cells in the blood. Researchers from Aarhus University

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Innovative cancer treatment found to be promising for the control of fungal infections

An innovative cell-based treatment for cancer has been found promising for the control of infections caused by fungi. A study published in the journal Cytotherapy reports that the use of

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