Cell Research

“Change your burned skin – change your life”

Gunning for success Burn care and healing has been fraught with extreem pain and long crueling amounts of time to heal. Now the prayers have been answered with a gun. Until now burns have usually been treated with skin grafts, which involve taking skin sections from uninjured parts of the patient’s body, or growing sheets […]

“Feeling foggy-brain may need to tune out for awhile”

EMR/microwave energy is a growing health risk.

“Hearing loss in teens may be due to loud ipod music”

Earbuds plus loud ipod music may be causing partial deafness in teens.

“Ashwagandha helps calm nerves and improve brain funtioning”

Hope for memory challenges of the elderly may come from an Indian herb Ashwagandha.

"Remyelination of the spinal cord after injury may be a step closer"

Spinal cord injuries could be healed in the future by researchers learning how to control the remyelination process controlled by special nerve cells called oligodendrocytes.

"Benedryl and its’ cousins maybe bad mojo for long term users"

Benadryl and its anti anticholinergic drug relatives contain diphenhydramine that is a potent anticholinergic agent when used by elderly healthy African-Americans for six years decreased their brain functioning.

"Communication without words after trauma or disease"

When ALS or brain trauma has taken away the ability to speak Brain-Computer Interface (BCI) systems may be the key to communicating again.

"Hope for traumatic brain injury"

Hope for traumatic brain injuries comes in many ways with progesterone being the newest treatment to be tested.

“Potential risks of squalene in flu vaccine worse than the flu"

Squalene in the H1N1 flu vaccine can cause multiple long term effects-is it worth the risk?

"Women develop lower viral levels than men following acute HIV-1 infection"

Womens’ immune system may hold key to HIV growth rate.