The invention uses ultrasound-responsive nanobubbles to deliver treatment to targeted areas of a person’s body, avoiding side effects associated with traditional osteoporosis treatments, such as osteonecrosis (delayed healing of the jawbone) and gastrointestinal problems.
From cloning to regeneration, how to find alternative paths to create or rejuvenate life has been one of the big questions for biologists. It is this question that’s behind the work of generations of scientists who went on to win Nobel Prizes.
A healthy Nordic diet can prevent a range of diseases. Until now, the health benefits attributed to a Nordic diet by researchers primarily focused on weight loss. But in a new study, University of Copenhagen researchers and their Nordic colleagues found clear evidence that a Nordic diet can lower blood sugar and cholesterol levels even without weight loss. In particular, they point to the composition of dietary fats as a possible explanation for the diet’s positive effects.
Two blood proteins have been shown by scientists to influence how long and healthy a life we live, research suggests.
An experimental immunotherapy can temporarily reprogram patients’ immune cells to attack a specific target via only a single injection of messenger RNA (mRNA), similar to the mRNA-based COVID-19 vaccines, according to a new study from researchers in the Perelman School of Medicine.