Strong Link Found Between Enterovirus and Type 1 Diabetes

Strong Link Found Between Enterovirus and Type 1 Diabetes

STOCKHOLM, Sweden — Enterovirus infection appears to be strongly linked to both type 1 diabetes and islet cell autoantibodies, new research suggests. The strength of the relationship, particularly within the first month of type 1 diabetes diagnosis, “further supports the rationale for development of enterovirus-targeted vaccines and antiviral therapy to prevent and reduce the impact […]

We’ve Evolved to Need Specific Types of Exercise

We’ve Evolved to Need Specific Types of Exercise

In all the times you’ve been told that exercise is good for your body and mind, have you ever wondered why that is? What exactly is the relationship between your power walk and your brainpower? Researchers have some fascinating new ideas about that, and they have to do with early humanity—very early. Around 2 million […]

Erkki Ruoslahti wins America’s top biomedical research award

Erkki Ruoslahti wins America’s top biomedical research award

Newswise — LA JOLLA, CALIF. – Sept 28, 2022 – Distinguished Professor Emeritus Erkki Ruoslahti, M.D., Ph.D., has been announced as one of three winners of the Albert Lasker Basic Medical Research Award, the most prestigious American award for biomedical research, for his transformational research leading to the discovery of the cell adhesion receptors now […]

Canadian Safer Opioid Supply Program Improves Outcomes

Canadian Safer Opioid Supply Program Improves Outcomes

The Safer Opioid Supply (SOS) Program near Toronto, Canada, appears to be a safe and effective harm-reduction initiative, according to new data. An analysis indicates that the program is associated with a reduction in emergency department visits, hospitalizations, and overall healthcare costs. In addition, there were no opioid-related deaths among participants who were at high risk […]

Safer opioid program cuts risk of overdose deaths, lowers emergency department use

Safer opioid program cuts risk of overdose deaths, lowers emergency department use

Positive effects emerge when patients get medical care, avoid deadly fentanyl-laced street drugs. Prescription opioids may cut risk of overdose deaths and lower health care costs for patients with opioid use disorder. A Canadian study found a safer opioid supply (SOS) program “led to important declines” in numbers of emergency department visits, inpatient hospital admissions, […]

Lifestyle Tips To Strengthen Immune Health From Your Local Registered Dietitian

Lifestyle Tips To Strengthen Immune Health From Your Local Registered Dietitian

Photo by Kelly Sikkema on Unsplash Lisa De Beer, Muskoka Registered Dietitian at Your Independent Grocer. Photo courtesy of Lisa De Beer Guest column on lifestyle tips to improve immune health provided by Lisa De Beer, Muskoka Registered Dietitian at Your Independent Grocer With flu season fast approaching, it is a critical time to focus […]

The interindividual variability of multimodal brain connectivity maintains spatial heterogeneity and relates to tissue microstructure – Communications Biology

Participants Study-specific participants 86 healthy participants were recruited from a local participant panel consisting of undergraduate and postgraduate students. Cohort 1 included 51 participants (36 females, age range 18-28 years, mean age 21.20 ± 2.74 SD years). All participants in Cohort 1 underwent a 3 T MRI session, and 28 participants in Cohort 1 completed two further MEG sessions. […]