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In-depth genomic analysis of a rare carcinoma

Researchers from Osaka University investigated a highly lethal form of cancer in a large group of patients, and identified the genetic culprits that lead to deadly outcomes. In a study

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Bowel habits written in the DNA: New clues for irritable bowel syndrome

In a large-scale study published in Cell Genomics, researchers studied the DNA of more than 160,000 people who provided information on the frequency of their bowel movements. Genetic profiles and

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Study outlines ways to help children learn forgiveness

A recent study suggests that teaching children to understand other people’s perspectives could make it easier for them to learn how to forgive other people. The study also found that

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Metabolic differences in the diagnosis of and treatment refinement for episodic and chronic depression

A study carried out in the University of Eastern Finland discovered differences in one-carbon and energy metabolism between episodic and chronic depression. One-carbon metabolism plays a key role in the

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Black children overlooked in scar tissue disorder tests, study says

An immune disease that can damage vital organs—and is supposedly rare in young people—is more common than previously thought among Black children, a study suggests. Fresh insights into the disorder—which

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Experimental compound displays effectiveness in treating symptoms of Autism and Alzheimer’s disease

An extensive international study led by Tel Aviv University found that an experimental drug which has been awarded orphan drug designation by the FDA for future treatment of a rare

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Sex differences examined for mechanism of migraine-stroke link

Possible sex differences are suggested in the pathophysiology underlying the migraine-stroke association, which do not appear to be related to conventional cardiovascular risk factors, according to research published online Nov.

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