Gene Editing a “Factory Reset” for the Brain To Cure Anxiety and Excessive Drinking

[ad_1] A recent animal study shows gene editing reverses brain genetic reprogramming caused by adolescent binge drinking. Gene editing reverses brain genetic reprogramming caused by adolescent binge drinking. Gene editing may be a potential treatment for anxiety and alcohol use disorder in adults who were exposed to binge drinking in their adolescence, according to the […]

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Scientists Warn U.S. Health Officials Against “New Normal” Strategies for COVID-19

[ad_1] Health experts caution U.S. leaders and health officials against ‘new normal’ strategies for COVID-19, warning that they fail to incorporate important lessons from the first two years of the COVID-19 pandemic. Strategies ignore COVID pandemic’s early lessons around chronic diseases. Experts are cautioning U.S. leaders and health officials against national strategies for a “new […]

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Substance Derived From Licorice May Have Anti-Inflammatory and Anti-Cancer Effects

[ad_1] Licorice root and black licorice candy. A licorice-derived substance may have anti-inflammatory and anti-cancer effects. Researchers look to licorice for promising cancer treatments. Licorice is more than a candy people either love or hate — it may play a role in preventing or treating certain types of cancer, according to researchers at the University […]

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Possible Link Discovered Between Enteric Neurons, Gut Microbiome and ALS

[ad_1] Illustration of gut flora, intestinal bacteria. Researchers at the University of Illinois Chicago are looking at the possibility that gastroenterological changes could be an early warning sign for Lou Gehrig’s disease. Their research in animal models also shows a promising treatment to slow the disease’s progression. Jun Sun, professor of gastroenterology and hepatology in […]

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