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Real world methods to improve dementia care

Using real-world training and coaching, two new Flinders University research projects are aiming to bring much needed improvements to the care provided to people living with dementia. In one project,

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A call to increase genetic diversity in immunogenomics

Historically, most large-scale immunogenomic studies—those exploring the association between genes and disease—were conducted with a bias toward individuals of European ancestry. Corey T. Watson, Ph.D., assistant professor in the University

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Collaborative care effective for pain, depression and anxiety

With the growing prevalence of chronic pain, depression, anxiety, and other symptom-based conditions, physicians and the healthcare systems for which they work are increasingly considering how to augment the care

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Acidic pH enhances butyrate production from pectin by faecal microbiota

Researchers from Tallinn University of Technology, Grete Raba, Signe Adamberg and Kaarel Adamberg showed that an acidic environment enhances the production of butyric acid from apple pectin by fecal bacterial

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A device capable of detecting cancer cells in one mililiter of blood

A microfilter device that can easily separate and capture trace amounts of cancer cells in blood has been developed by a Kumamoto University research group. The palm-sized device is expected

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Using artificial intelligence to overcome mental health stigma

Depression is a worldwide problem, with serious consequences for individual health and the economy, and rapid and effective screening tools are thus urgently needed to counteract its increasing prevalence. Now,

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Looking at tumors through a new lens

Neoadjuvant immune checkpoint blockade (ICB) is a promising treatment for melanoma and other cancer types, and has recently been shown to provide a modest survival benefit for patients with recurrent

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