May help design better diagnostic and therapeutic tools to fight the virus.
Another step closer to being able to diagnose CTE in the living.
Largest study to date evaluating the intersection of the COVID-19 pandemic with stroke.
Recovery from temporary loneliness may provide reduction in dementia risk.
Drugs target the dysregulation of the extracellular matrix, an aspect of the disease for which there is currently no treatment.
Accompanying commentary warns further research is needed to ensure the burden of health system failures does not disproportionately fall on people of color or other marginalized communities.
Researchers Explore Forensic Anthropology’s Current Knowledge, Experience Working with Transgender Bodies
How frequently transgender individuals are represented in forensic anthropological casework is currently unknown.
Disparities in Contraception Use Between Women with and without Diabetes Persist, Sometimes Worsen After the Diagnosis of Diabetes
A new study has found that women with diabetes are less likely to use contraception after their diabetes diagnosis.
New Criteria Published for Diagnosing the Clinical Syndrome of Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy During Life
New standards will assist in addressing knowledge gaps in research.
Better detection of the disease may lead to earlier treatment, opportunity to participate in clinical trials.