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Alan Russell, PhD, Professor at Carnegie Mellon University, explains some of the obstacles of regenerative medicine, one of which being that cells injected into the body don’t inherently know where they are supposed to go. Injected cells typically go to the liver and lungs, so Dr. Russell explains how...
According to CBS News, eating fewer calories may result in a sharper mind. A study conducted on mice analyzed brain tissue of rodents, finding that mice who were placed on a lower-calorie diet had fewer changes in 900 genes linked to aging and memory. Read the article published by CBS...
According to CBS News, preliminary research shows that exposure to secondhand marijuana smoke is just as dangerous to a person's health as secondhand cigarette smoke. A study conducted on rats showed that blood vessel function dropped by 70 percent after 30 minutes of being subjected to secondhand...