We Finally Know The True Extent of Space Destroying Astronauts' Red Blood Cells
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We Finally Know The True Extent of Space Destroying Astronauts' Red Blood Cells

The human body did not evolve to handle life in space. Researchers have noticed a loss of red blood cells in astronauts since our species first
New study brings us one step closer to growing human organs for transplantation
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New study brings us one step closer to growing human organs for transplantation

The CC0 Public Domain is a public domain. It's still a long way off to see culturing organs for use in transplants. The work of Prof. Jacob Hanna on
Secrets of regulatory T cell development reveal clinical possibilities
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Secrets of regulatory T cell development reveal clinical possibilities

A micrograph of a human T cell. Credit: NIAID St. Jude Children's Research Hospital has identified biochemical "switches" that control the
Omicron may cause milder disease. A lab study hints at why.
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Omicron may cause milder disease. A lab study hints at why.

Early studies of human cells in a lab dish suggest that the omicron variant of the coronaviruses is less efficient at spreading from cell to cell.
Poor Science Reporting and Premature Enthusiasm
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Poor Science Reporting and Premature Enthusiasm

The mouse might have reason to be excited about the results of the research, but humans don't. Premature ejaculation is a problem for some men.
New 'Anti-Aging' Vaccine Has Increased Mouse Life Spans. Would It Work in Humans?
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New 'Anti-Aging' Vaccine Has Increased Mouse Life Spans. Would It Work in Humans?

An experimental vaccine helped to prolong the lives of mice and reverse some signs of age-related disease. The experiment is a step on the way to a
New Studies Raise Hopes That Vaccines Prevent Severe Disease From Omicron
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New Studies Raise Hopes That Vaccines Prevent Severe Disease From Omicron

A flurry of new laboratory studies show that vaccines and booster shots may offer protection against the worst outcomes from the Omicron
New Studies Raise Hopes That Vaccines Prevent Severe Disease From Omicron
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New Studies Raise Hopes That Vaccines Prevent Severe Disease From Omicron

A flurry of new laboratory studies show that vaccines and booster shots may offer protection against the worst outcomes from the Omicron
Vaccine Successfully Stalls Elements of Aging in Mice
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Vaccine Successfully Stalls Elements of Aging in Mice

Early studies on mice show that a vaccine that stops zombie cells from making us age works. The Juntendo University in Tokyo published a study in
Single-cell delineation of lineage and genetic identity in the mouse brain
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Single-cell delineation of lineage and genetic identity in the mouse brain

The mouse brain has a single-cell definition of genetic identity. Rachel C. Bandler had a number. Ilaria Vitali orcid.org/0000-0001-9536-02921 na1.