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Scientists Have Made Eye Drops that Dissolve Cataracts

We often hear that old anecdote – “don’t take something for granted” but this puts a whole new spin on that. With over 285 Million people out there who suffer with vision problems, it’s estimated that 32.4 Million are also blind. According to the Fred Hollows Foundation, approximately 90% of these people lie in developing …

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Scientists Urge Women To Stop Wearing Bras, Here’s Why – Awareness Act

Bra’s are a staple in the closets of women all over the world. Why? Because we have all been programmed to wear them, as a necessity. But what you don’t know is that scientists are actually urging women to STOP wearing them. New findings have shown that excessive bra wear may be linked with non-malignant …

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Israeli Scientists Have Announced A “Complete Cure” For Cancer Is Coming Soon – Awareness Act

A team of Israeli scientists claim they’ll have a complete cure for cancer within the year. “Our cancer cure will be effective from day one, will last a duration of a few weeks and will have no or minimal side-effects at a much lower cost than most other treatments on the market,” Dan Aridor said. …

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Scientists Urge Women To Stop Wearing Bras, Here’s Why – Awareness Act

Bra’s are a staple in the closets of women all over the world. Why? Because we have all been programmed to wear them, as a necessity. But what you don’t know is that scientists are actually urging women to STOP wearing them. New findings have shown that excessive bra wear may be linked with non-malignant …

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Scientists accidentally reprogram mature mouse GABA neurons into dopaminergic-like neurons — ScienceDaily

Attempting to make dopamine-producing neurons out of glial cells in mouse brains, a group of researchers instead converted mature inhibitory neurons into dopaminergic cells. Their findings, appearing October 11 in the journal Stem Cell Reports, reveal that — contrary to previous belief — it is possible to reprogram one mature neuron type into another without …

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Scientists find a sensitive period for reversing social deficits — ScienceDaily

New research on autism has found, in a mouse model, that drug treatment at a young age can reverse social impairments. But the same intervention was not effective at an older age. The study is the first to shed light on the crucial timing of therapy to improve social impairments in a condition associated with …

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Scientists mimic the earliest stages of human development — ScienceDaily

Human embryos start as a tiny mass of cells that are all the same. The first step in growing from a homogenous ball of cells into a complex individual with distinct organs and tissues is for the cells to divide into distinct populations. Scientists at the Gladstone Institutes have modeled this first step in human …

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