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Fetogenesis: New Case Of Paracetanoia? - News

ADHD, autism, asthma - paracetamol is supposed to have many undesirable side effects during pregnancy. A new study now seeks to demonstrate a link between paracetamol and behavioural disorders in chil
18/10/2016, Annukka Aho-Ritter

Stem Cells After Stroke: It's Running Again - News

A stroke patient can walk again after stem cell injection directly into the brain. Other patients can speak or are able to move their hands better. It seems as if we have completely underestimated the
12/07/2016, Annukka Aho-Ritter

Schizophrenia: Hereditarily-Conditioned Synapcide? - News

The aetiology of schizophrenia has until now been unclear. Researchers have now discovered that certain gene variants are associated with an increased risk of schizophrenia and may lead to excessive p
03/05/2016, Annukka Aho-Ritter

Cancer: CARs in the Fast Lane - News

Until recently, cancer therapy using genetically modified T-cells was an obscure treatment option and one which was only known to a few specialists. Now though more and more studies are reporting unus
12/04/2016, Annukka Aho-Ritter

Autism: Born out of SSRI? - News

The use of SSRIs during pregnancy is associated with an increased risk of autism in children - researchers recently made headlines with this result of a recent study. But what's really true in this st
23/02/2016, Annukka Aho-Ritter

Anorexia nervosa: The Ego, Superego And The Eat - News

When it comes to deciding which foods they want to eat, the same brain regions are active in women with anorexia nervosa as are those in gambling addicts and substance abusers. This might explain why
28/12/2015, Annukka Aho-Ritter

A Case for Those Treating Heart Attacks - News

When it comes to heart disease, women are second-class patients, and, when it comes to secondary prevention, they receive appropriate treatment less often than men. The reason may seem banal: they are
21/12/2015, Annukka Aho-Ritter

Corneal Skin: Good Eyesight Ahead! - News

The European Commission recently approved the first stem cell-based medical product. Holoclar uses autologous stem cells in order to enable patients with severe corneal injury to be able to see again.
14/12/2015, Annukka Aho-Ritter

COPD: Lucky Strike Thanks Marlboro-Gene - News

The fact that smoking causes COPD is nothing new. However, not all smokers develop the disease - a new British study has now identified genetic differences that influence smoking behaviour and predisp
07/12/2015, Annukka Aho-Ritter

Multiple Sclerosis: The faeces is out of kilter - News

It is still unclear which events lead to MS-genesis. Environmental factors and genetic predisposition do however seem to play a role. The eyes of the researchers are now focused on the intestine: its
30/11/2015, Annukka Aho-Ritter

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