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Lab grown "mini-brains" are for the first time producing human-like brain waves, resembling to what's seen in premature babies.

Scientists Re-create Baby Brain Readings in a Dish

Lab grown "mini-brains" are for the first time producing human-like brain waves, resembling to what's seen in premature babies.
With modern medicine killing off whole categories of bacteria and viruses - including benign ones that promote health - scientists propose a way to preserve microbes that may resure us one day.

Save The Germs

With modern medicine killing off whole categories of bacteria and viruses - including benign ones that promote health - scientists propose a way to preserve microbes that may resure us one day.
Department of Defense awards more than $3 million grant to study treatment options for binge eating and obesity in military services.

Researchers to Study Binge Eating Disorder Treatment in Veterans

Department of Defense awards more than $3 million grant to study treatment options for binge eating and obesity in military services.
Four pediatric patients were admitted to San Diego-based Rady Hospital and diagnosed with a rare childhood condition called Kawasaki disease.

Four Children Admitted to San Diego with Rare Airborne Illness

Four pediatric patients were admitted to San Diego-based Rady Hospital and diagnosed with a rare childhood condition called Kawasaki disease.
Despite the recent success in battling against malaria, the malaria parasite seems to have evolved resistance to pesticides and drugs, causing new methods and diagnostics to be implemented to continue the fight.

Resistance Threatens Recent Success Seen in Battle Against Malaria

Despite the recent success in battling against malaria, the malaria parasite seems to have evolved resistance to pesticides and drugs, causing new methods and diagnostics to be implemented to continue the fight.
Studies in mother's who are highly depressed showed to have less investment in supporting their child emotionally or educationally, consequently affecting their child's development.

Mother's Depression Might Do the Same to Her Child's IQ

Studies in mother's who are highly depressed showed to have less investment in supporting their child emotionally or educationally, consequently affecting their child's development.
A study has revealed that there are potential health consequences in marijuana use for a breastfeeding mothers breast milk.

THC from Marijuana Stays in Breast Milk for Up to 6 Days

A study has revealed that there are potential health consequences in marijuana use for a breastfeeding mothers breast milk.
Diagnostic blood tests can possibly distinguish Kawasaki Disease from other infections and inflammatory conditions.

Researchers Identify Potential Diagnostic Test for Kawasaki Disease

Diagnostic blood tests can possibly distinguish Kawasaki Disease from other infections and inflammatory conditions.
Research fundings have been approved to further help with the investigation of stem cell-based treatments of rare genetic disorders.

UC San Diego Researchers Receive Funding to Pursue Novel Stem Cell-based Treatments

Research fundings have been approved to further help with the investigation of stem cell-based treatments of rare genetic disorders.
Stem cells with Neanderthal DNA are being grown in order to further learn about the Neanderthal brain.

Neanderthal 'minibrains' grow in dish

Stem cells with Neanderthal DNA are being grown in order to further learn about the Neanderthal brain.
An individual experiencing sleep apnea can alter the gut microbiome which potentially can lead to cardiovascular disease.

Researchers Uncover Possible Link Between Sleep Apnea and Cardiovascular Disease

An individual experiencing sleep apnea can alter the gut microbiome which potentially can lead to cardiovascular disease.