Reporting on their study with lab-grown human cells, researchers at The Johns Hopkins University and the University of Maryland say that blocking a second blood vessel growth protein, along with one that is already well-known, could offer a new way to treat and prevent a blinding eye disease caused by diabetes.
Modern lifestyles have famously made humans heavier. But we're noticeably lighter weight than our hunter-gatherer ancestors in one particular place: the bones.
Approximately 50 percent of patients with heart failure die within five years of diagnosis due to lack of an effective cure. But now, researchers have discovered that a specific protein plays a role in heart failure symptoms, suggesting that its inhibition can prevent or reverse heart malfunction.
New findings suggest that text messaging can help overcome some issues that teens struggle with and pose challenges for the clinicians caring for them.
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In honor of Levi Watkins Jr., a pioneer in both cardiac surgery and civil rights, a group of young faculty is working to provide a platform for scientists of color from across the nation.
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