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Today, as we commemorate the 40th anniversary of Elvis’ death, we take a look back at the pilgrimage that our very own Elvis took in 2010 to Graceland, the former home of his namesake. So come along with Elvis on a tour of this legendary estate in...
There is a new study that suggests there may be an easy way to diagnose Parkinson’s Disease from other similar diseases early on. This method relies on measuring a particular blood protein from the patient. However, this technique is not ready for...
Nicotinamide riboside appears to be the best precursor supplement available to help maintain or increase NAD+ levels. All cells and tissues can use it, and at high doses it neither causes flushing nor inhibition of protective sirtuin enzymes.
Test your dermatology knowledge with this week's Derm Case Challenge.
A new drug called Austedo, has been approved by the FDA for the treatment of involuntary movements associated with chorea. Austedo is a small molecule drug designed to regulate neuronal levels of dopamine and was successful in suppression of movements...
Information would be safe from magnetism, but what about mutations?
Each month we present you with the latest featured study from the research teams at JAMA, Journal of the American Medical Association. Check out the video for intriguing updates in the fields of medicine and healthcare.
Can you identify this skin ailment? Take this week's Derm Case Challenge to validate your diagnosis.
A man signed up for treatment of his Parkinson’s Disease, but the therapy wasn’t medicine, it was cycling. In fact, researchers at the Cleveland Clinic have found that cycling can help stop the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease and slow down the...
Researchers have recently developed a new method for inducing cellular plasticity called Tissue Nanotransfection (TNT) that may provide a viable point-of-care delivery method for cellular reprogramming based therapies.