One step closer to a universal flu vaccine

An immune cell capable of acting against different strains of the flu has been discovered by Australian researchers, who now hope to create an effective vaccine against all influenza viruses. In a study published this week in the journal Nature...

Researchers Find Men and Women Remember Pain Differently

Unlike men, women do not seem unduly stressed by their past pain, accding to new research. This reality has been observed in both humans and mice, confirming the strength of observation that could lead to treatments for chronic pain, say...

A molecule produced by the body more effective than morphine

French researchers have succeeded in amplifying a pain-killing molecule produced by the body, to the point where it proved to be more effective than morphine. And the first trials in animals are promising. Until now, the design of targeted painkillers...

Too much time in front of the screens harms the development of children, study

A study from the University of Calgary shows that toddlers who spend too much time in front of a screen are developing and doing less well in primary school. According to the study published in the medical journal JAMA Pediatrics, excessive time...

Facebook paid teenagers to track their personal data

Facebook has paid individuals, some as young as 13, to install a virtual private network (VPN) that allows them to track their interactions on their mobile phone and on the web. This is revealed Wednesday, a survey conducted by TechCrunch,...
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