Parkinson’s disease could be much more complex than what has been believed up till now and, in particular, various sub-types of the disease could exist.
A group of researchers from Calgary University have published a study that could have major repercussions on post-heart attack therapies.
A new pioneering study has given hope to people suffering from Parkinson’s disease and from illnesses in which nerve cells die or do not work as they should.
The spill-over, i.e. the transmitting of a virus from one species to the other (in particular, from an animal species to humans), is one of the phenomena most feared by the health authorities, [...]
How many different types of cells are there in the brain? An interesting response was given to this difficult question in the long-term work conducted over 15 years by the Allen Institute for [...]
Pending the discovery of completely new antibiotics, a study has emerged from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA, United States) that could offer an effective – and sometimes very [...]
There is new hope in the treatment of serious eye diseases thanks to a new type of artificial retina developed by researchers in the Aerospace Engineering and Mechanical Engineering Department of [...]