The tabloids were screaming at new parents this week desperately yelling at them not to share a bed with their newborn because it could be lethal, causing sudden infant death syndrome, or cot death. The research said so. SIDS is tragic, of course, but a little composure, please. As NHS Choices explains: “The researchers estimate [...]SIDS, cot death absolute risks is a post from the science blog of David Bradley, author of Deceived Wisdom
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Growing up may be optional, but growing old is not and brings with it the increased risk of developing a neurodegenerative disease. Characterised by the progressive loss of neurons in the brain, such diseases can lead to a multitude of debilitating problems including memory loss, reduced motor control, and even death. Parkinson’s disease (PD) — one of the [...]The post Gene Therapy Gets a Protein Piggyback Across the Blood-Brain Barrier appeared first on Oxbridge Biotech.
A couple of weeks ago I found myself in a beautiful rural home that belongs to my parents’ friends, a slim and sophisticated couple who enjoys bird watching and international travel. I was meeting this pair—let’s call them George and Marsha—for the first time. I’m inherently nosy, so while the rest of the group chatted, [...]
OBR would like to announce one of our partners’ exciting events: the Emerging Technologies Event sponsored by the Royal Society of Chemistry. What do you get if you have a room full of scientific developers, entrepreneurs, academics, investors and industrialists? A real buzz of creativity, innovation and opportunity. RSC’s Emerging Technologies Event highlights innovation as a critical [...]The post RSC Emerging Technologies Event: For the chemistry entrepreneur in you. appeared first on
In addition to crop management, understanding vernalization could be used to identify plant communities at risk from climate change.Rating: 0.0/5 (0 votes cast)The post Some Like It Cold appeared first on AoB Blog.