News file for: University of Adelaide
The staining patterns of B-amyloid precursor protein in the brains of sudden infant death syndrome babies is similar to those who died of accidental asphyxiation.
Although they have similar levels of physical activity, people from Generation X are more than twice as likely to be obese, compared to baby boomers at the same age.
A study of patients with chronic headaches suggests that pain is linked with the brain’s ability to change with use.
Scientists have identified a gene responsible for early brain development that has been implicated in intellectual disability.
An academic suggests that several mental conditions have the same underlying cause, that of faulty ‘reality testing’.
A new web-based genetics tool can help researchers and grape breeders to identify genes that control flavor and pest-resistance.
Research has shown that grape seed extract can help fight cancer by making chemotherapy more effective and reducing its side effects.
A hormone that induces labor and encourages social bonding may hold the key to treating abdominal pain, according to a new study.
A study shows that obese people with diabetes can lose weight on high-protein diets and see improvement in cardiovascular and renal health.
The risk of serious complications is around twice as high for babies conceived by assisted reproductive therapies compared to naturally conceived babies, according to a study.