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2017 August 8 | Tags: In The News, Neuroscience

Spinal cord injuries are very serious and usually result in permanent damage. Our nervous system is unable to regenerate, which means that a severed spinal cord results in a life-long injury. There is no known cure for people with paralyzing spinal cord injuries. Unlike humans, zebrafish have the ability to heal from spinal cord injuries. Researchers have uncovered a vital mechanism in the damaged spines of zebrafish that could aid in treatment of spinal cord injuries in humans.
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2017 August 4 | Tags: Endocrinology

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2017 July 25 | Tags: In The News, Metabolism

Hate cleaning? A recent report now suggests house dust can carry environmental contaminants that can also cause weight gain. House dust can be inhaled, ingested, and absorbed through the skin. Exposure to endocrine-disrupting chemicals (EDCs) and pesticides can interfere or mimic hormones that can lead to numerous health risks including weight gain, learning disabilities, and impaired reproductive and neurological functions.
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2017 July 11 | Tags: Immunity, In The News, Neuroscience

A recent study has suggested PD could be an autoimmune disorder. This occurs when the immune system attacks its own tissue. In PD patients, neurons can become filled with lewy bodies, which are composed of misfolded alpha-synuclein proteins associated with ubiquitin, and alpha B cystallin or tau.
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2017 June 27 | Tags: Epigenetics, In The News

Environmental and lifestyle factors such as exposure to chemicals and food choices can lead to changes in gene activity. Epigenetic changes are modifications that turn genes on or off without changing the genetic code. Diet can play a significant role in epigenetically influencing our health. Drinking tea and coffee have been previously linked to altering gene activity. A new study suggests that tea consumption can lead to epigenetic changes in women. A genome-wide DNA methylation study was performed to investigate if DNA methylation in whole blood is associated with tea and coffee consumption.
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