Dr Ali Gholami

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THIS PLANT KILLS ALL VIRUSES IN THE BODY AND STRENGTHENS THE IMMUNE SYSTEM

When the season of colds and flu starts settling in there’s no way around them, as much as you try to protect yourself and stay healthy, it’s seems …

Immune System

SBIR Open Funding Opportunities

$2.5B in R&D Funding for US Small Business<p>You are viewing an R&D grant awarded to a high-tech startup. The SBIR database contains more than 150,000 …

Universal cancer vaccine on horizon after genetic breakthrough

A universal cancer vaccine is on the horizon after scientists discovered how to rewire immune cells to fight any type of disease.<p>The potential new therapy involves injecting tiny particles of genetic code into the body which travel to the immune cells and teach them to recognise specific …

The Government Spends $5 Billion a Year On Cancer—So Why Hasn’t It Been Cured Yet?

Cancer remains the second leading cause of death in this country. What’s holding us back from a cure?<p>In his final State of the Union address, President Barack Obama issued fighting words to one of the world’s greatest enemies.<p>“Let’s make America the country that cures cancer once and for all,” he …

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New Stem Cell Treatment Using Fat Cells Could Repair Any Tissue in The Body

Human trials are expected in 2017.<p>In a world first, Australian scientists have figured out how to reprogram adult bone or fat cells to form stem …

Medicine

Scientists Find Evidence of 'Anti-Memories', And It Could Change Our Understanding of Neuroscience

Unmasking the process that silences dormant memories.<p>At one point or another, we've all experienced something that we'd rather forget, so it's a good …

Neuroscience

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Fighting superbugs with nanotechnology and light

A new tool is emerging in the fight against antibiotic-resistant bacterial disease. Beyond the global efforts to limit overuse and abuse of …

Temple scientists eliminate HIV-1 from genome of human T-Cells

(Philadelphia, PA) - A specialized gene editing system designed by scientists at the Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University is paving the …

Scientists discover neural mechanisms that indicate that we actively forget as we learn

They say that once you’ve learned to ride a bicycle, you never forget how to do it. But new research suggests that while learning, the brain is …

Cancer treatment for MS patients gives 'remarkable' results

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Science Explains...When You Should and Shouldn't Trust Your Brain

<i>This article originally appeared on Inverse.</i><p><b>By Sarah Sloat</b><p>Advice is usually boiled down to regurgitations of the idea that you are the best judge. Follow your heart, trust your gut, <i>to thine own self be true</i> -- all utterances that essentially say, hey, what you're feeling and what you're thinking is …

Why doctors overprescribe antibiotics — even in cases where they're useless

Colds and flus are caused by viruses. Antibiotics do not treat viruses; they're designed to treat bacteria. Taking an antibiotic for your cold or flu will not work. No one should ever do it.<p>Yet despite these very simple facts, many people continue to take antibiotics when they have a cold or flu. …

Will Practicing A Skill In Your Head Make You Better At It?

Short answer: Only if you’re already good<p>When Carson Palmer, the two-time Pro Bowl quarterback for the Arizona Cardinals, hurt his elbow a few years ago, he took a week off from throwing the football. But in his head, Palmer practiced every day. “You stand right behind the center, and you see the …

Smoking high-strength cannabis may damage nerve fibres in brain

Study suggests high levels of skunk use may affect the brain’s white matter, making communication between the right and left hemispheres less efficient<p>High-strength cannabis may damage nerve fibres that handle the flow of messages across the two halves of the brain, scientists claim. Brain scans of …

Cannabis

Woman sentenced to at least three years in prison after killing a young surfer when she was high on ice and swerved across four lanes of traffic to get to a McDonald's

A teenage driver who was affected by ice when she struck and killed a motorcyclist just before Christmas has been sentenced to at least three years …

Researcher Claims Small Doses Of LSD Can Alleviate Anxiety And Depression

Anxiety and depression are serious mental health problems, both of which are severely disruptive at the best of times and incredibly dangerous to the …

Psychedelic Drugs

Painful Chikungunya Virus Can be Worse Than Feared, Study Shows

Health news<p>Chikungunya, a painful, mosquito-borne virus that’s spreading fast across the Americas, can be more serious than feared, researchers report.<p>They found it can cause a serious brain inflammation called encephalitis far more frequently than reported before. That’s bad news for Latin America …

Public Health

cocaine Archives

Neuroscience NewsMay 31, 2018<p>A new study reveals how cocaine use alters gene expression and provides new insight into the molecular basis of cocaine …

How the Herpes Virus Is Being Used to Treat Cancer

Sounds crazy, but this could seriously be life-saving.<p>Scientists have discovered a new ally in the fight against skin cancer: herpes. No, <i>seriously</i>.<p>The Food and Drug Administration announced Tuesday that it has approved Imlygic for the treatment of melanoma lesions on the skin and lymph nodes.<p>The …

Love Triggers Your Brain’s Weed Receptor

What happens when “love hormones” and “bliss molecules” collide? A whole lot of happy akin to smoking a joint, a new study suggests. Researchers at …

Neuroscience

5 common myths your doctor may believe

When you ask a doctor a question, you expect an answer backed by the latest science. But the reality is, the field of medicine is always advancing, and “there's too much knowledge for any one physician to master,” says Renée Fox, PhD, professor emerita at the University of Pennsylvania, who studies …

A Single Neuron May Carry Up To 1000 Genetic Mutations

<b>A single neuron in a normal adult brain likely has more than a thousand genetic mutations that are not present in the cells that surround it,</b> …

Genetics

This Test Can Detect Any Virus That Infects Humans

A test to end all tests<p>In order for a doctor to treat a patient, the exact cause of that patient’s illness must be found first. If a virus is the cause, current diagnostic tests are often not sensitive enough to detect the virus, or the doctor must already suspect which virus in particular is …

New virus, human hepegivirus-1, Id'd in blood supply: Pathogenicity unknown

Scientists have discovered a new virus that can be transmitted through the blood supply. Currently, it is unclear whether the virus is harmful or …

Discovery opens door to more targeted, effective treatments for cancer