May 8, 2015-----News Archive—Latest research covered daily, archived weekly
Parent training reduces autism behavioral problems
Young children with autism spectrum disorder, who also have serious behavioral problems, show improvement when their parents are trained with strategies to manage tantrums, aggression, self-injury, and non-compliance.
May 7, 2015------News Archive—Latest research covered daily, archived weekly
Replace 1 sugar drink a day - cut risk of diabetes
A new study indicates that for every 5% energy increase provided by sweet drinks, in tandem the risk of developing type 2 diabetes can increase by 18%. However, the study also estimates replacing your daily consumption of one sugary drink with either water or unsweetened tea or coffee — lowers your risk of developing diabetes by between 14% and 25%.
May 6, 2015------News Archive—Latest research covered daily, archived weekly
Engineering new blood vessels is closer to reality
New research suggests that suppressing parts of the human innate immune system helps engineered vascular grafts become fully functional blood vessels.
May 5, 2015-----News Archive—Latest research covered daily, archived weeklys
Cell mitochondria are key to stem cell development
Research has discovered mitochondria, the major energy source for most cells, play an important role in stem cell development too. This purpose is distinct from the tiny organelle's traditional job as a cell's main source of adenosine triphosphate (ATP) needed in cell metabolism.
May 4, 2015-----News Archive—Latest research covered daily, archived weekly
How come we are warm-blooded?
Our arteries and veins run parallel to one another in order to regulate our body temperature.