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Gene discovery reveals new targets for treating atherosclerosis, inflammatory diseases

A group of genes that has been largely ignored by scientists could play critical roles in atherosclerosis (hardening of the arteries), inflammation, and likely obesity and other metabolic diseases, new research suggests.


Can I get infected with HIV from mosquitoes?

studies conducted by the CDC and elsewhere have shown no evidence of HIV transmission through mosquitoes or any other insects - even in areas where there are many cases of AIDS and large populations of mosquitoes. Lack of such outbreaks, despite intense efforts to detect them, supports the conclusion that HIV is not transmitted by insects.


Blushing Drinkers at Risk for Esophageal Cancer

People whose faces turn red when they drink alcohol may be facing more than embarrassment. The flushing may indicate an increased risk for a deadly throat cancer, researchers report.


Allergist discusses recent progress in peanut allergy immunotherapy

Any parent of a child with a severe peanut allergy knows the peril of a PB&J. For those with the condition, just sitting next to someone eating peanut butter can trigger a life-threatening reaction.


Key mechanisms of male brain formation

Recently, researchers at the University of Otago in New Zealand found that their previously discovered neuronal circuits, which are crucial for triggering ovulation and maintaining fertility, also play a key role in male brain formation.


Cell Analyses "Hormones of Love"

Oxytocin can be said to be a hormone of love, which allows couples to fall in love, forming a bond between mother and child, and helping teams work together. An new study from Rockefeller University reveals the mechanism by which oxytocin affects sexual interaction, the key of which is a newly discovered class of brain cells. The paper was published in Cell magazine on October 9 by Professor Nathaniel Heintz.


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