February 20, 2017 0407 GMT
Zebrafish models may hold key to epilepsy drugs
A new study from the National Institutes of Health, or NIH, used a drug found in a zebrafish model of epilepsy that is showing promising results.
Kids risk eye damage by spending too much time indoors
Children who spend too much time indoors are in danger of damaging their eyesight, a study revealed.
Study finds long-term effects of traumatic brain injury
Researchers from Cincinnati Children's Hospital found that the impact of a traumatic brain injury, or TBI, in a child can have long-lasting effects years later.
Iran's regional status in anesthesia science high
By Sadeq Dehqan & Katayoon Dashti
Scientists make strides in personalized antibiotic treatment
Researchers examined how gut microbes lead to antibiotic resistance to find ways to overcome that resistance.
Eating during labor may be safe for women
Women may be able to eat more than just ice chips during labor without risking complications, according to a new review of previous research.
Insulin-producing cells can survive in diabetes
A new study from Yale University has uncovered the way insulin-producing cells that are destroyed in type 1 diabetes can change and survive.
Researchers develop test to detect early signs of pancreatic cancer
A simple blood test that detects pancreatic cancer before it spreads has been developed by scientists.
Many high-risk patients with breast cancer aren’t getting genetic testing
Doctors often fail to recommend genetic testing for breast-cancer patients, even those who are at high risk for mutations linked to ovarian and other cancers, according to a study.
Scientists find new brain target for treatment of autism
Researchers at Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science in Chicago have successfully induced empathy-like behavior in an experimental rodent model by manipulating a brain circuit as a new treatment for autism spectrum disorder, or ASD.
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