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Scientists give mice back their vision for the first time ever using gene therapy

11 monthes ago   |   By Daily Mail

Scientists at the National Institutes of Health have worked out how to turn non-photoreceptor cells into rods in the eyes of blind mice for the first time ever, restoring site to the mammals.
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Congenital blindness reversed in mice

Congenital blindness reversed in mice

11 monthes ago   |   By ScienceDaily

Researchers have reversed congenital blindness in mice by changing supportive cells in the retina called Müller glia into rod photoreceptors. The findings advance efforts toward regenerative therapies for blinding diseases such as age-related macular degeneration and retinitis pigmentosa.
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Scientists reverse congenital blindness in mouse model

11 monthes ago   |   By News Medical

A study funded by the National Eye Institute has shown that congenital blindness in mice can be reversed by regenerating rod photoreceptors in the retina.
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Mothers-to-be on Mediterranean diet 'are less likely to suffer gestational...

Mothers-to-be on Mediterranean diet 'are less likely to suffer gestational diabetes or gain weight'

The risk of diabetes during pregnancy reduced by 35% in British women following a Mediterranean diet compared to a diet recommended by health officials. Read more ...

FDA commits to early fall update on CBD while it reaffirms enforcement stance

FDA commits to early fall update on CBD while it reaffirms enforcement stance

FDA said today it will have an update on a new regulatory structure for CBD by early fall. The announcement came via a press release on another warning issued to a CBD marketer... Read more ...

Oregon Students Are Now Allowed To Take Mental Health ‘Sick Days'

Oregon Students Are Now Allowed To Take Mental Health ‘Sick Days'

Mental health will finally be treated like physical health in Oregon schools this upcoming year Schools in Oregon will now treat mental health like any other physical ailment... Read more ...

'Inadequate info sources' add to elite athletes' sparse supplement...

'Inadequate info sources' add to elite athletes' sparse supplement awareness, researchers say

Dietary supplementation appears to be widely used in sport with athletes relying on inadequate sources of information and may be largely unaware of sources to detect supplement... Read more ...

Testosterone Therapy May Threaten the Heart

Testosterone Therapy May Threaten the Heart

Those who took testosterone replacement therapy had a 21% higher risk of cardiovascular events such as heart attack, stroke or mini-stroke than those who did not take the... Read more ...

US diplomats exposed to 'sonic attack' in Cuba DID suffer brain damage, new...

US diplomats exposed to 'sonic attack' in Cuba DID suffer brain damage, new study finds 

Analyzing the brain scans of 40 diplomats, the team at Penn State identified differences in the grey matter compared to healthy individuals, leading them to believe something... Read more ...

'My husband was given a death sentence after contracting a virus from...

'My husband was given a death sentence after contracting a virus from contaminated blood'

Geraint Jones, who died at the age of 50, was diagnosed with hepatitis C and liver cancer after being given blood from infected donors following a terrible accident at work Read more ...

Teenagers who skip breakfast are more likely to get fat 'because they opt...

Teenagers who skip breakfast are more likely to get fat 'because they opt for unhealthy food'

Missing a wholesome meal leads to a higher BMI and waist circumference, researchers in Brazil revealed. They said teens are likely to pick up junk food on the way to school. Read more ...

Rejection of Prescribed New, Expensive Cholesterol Drugs Linked to Higher...

Rejection of Prescribed New, Expensive Cholesterol Drugs Linked to Higher Heart, Stroke Risk

Insurance companies rejected around two-thirds of prescriptions for those at highest risk of heart diseases. Read more ...

Malaria parasites resistant to key drugs have spread rapidly in South East Asia

Malaria parasites resistant to key drugs have spread rapidly in South East Asia

Drug resistant parasites were first detected in Cambodia in 2008 and had spread to neighbouring countries by 2017. Experts fear the strain could reach Africa, where the disease... Read more ...