Researchers Eliminate Cervical Cancer in Mice with FDA-Approved Drugs
University of Wisconsin

Madison, Wisconsin - Researchers at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health have eliminated cervical cancer in mice with two ..Read More

UW-Madison Researchers Exploring Vitamins, Nutrients for Cancer Prevention
University of Wisconsin

Madison, Wisconsin - While cancer prevention in the future may never be as simple as sipping green tea or eating watermelon, a researcher at the Unive..Read More

Ramaciotti Medal for Excellence awarded to breast cancer researchers
The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research

Breast cancer researchers Professor Geoff Lindeman and Professor Jane Visvader, who jointly lead the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute’s ACRF Stem Cells..Read More

OHSU role in “fetal origins of disease”
Oregon Health & Science University

Scientists, students, health professionals, public health officials and community advocates from around the globe will convene in Portland for the 7th..Read More

Award to M Sanni Ali for work on bone fragility in diabetic patients
University of Oxford

Sanni presented work on a non-experimental study using SIDIAP, a real life database from Catalonia, North East Spain. The Prieto-Alhambra Group - Musc..Read More

Public Health and Increased Tobacco Regulation
NIH National Cancer Institute

May 5, 2016, will forever be noted as a remarkable milestone in the history of cancer control. On that day, the Secretary of Health and Human Services..Read More

Spinal Compression Fractures
Cornell University

Spinal compression fractures, also called vertebral compression fractures, are cracks or breaks in the bones of the spine that are caused by too much ..Read More

Studying the health benefits of dates
Cornell University

Researchers at WCM-Q are using state-of-the-art technologies to discover the health-promoting properties of a food that has special significance for M..Read More

Cyrus Cooper appointed Deputy Lieutenant of Hampshire
University of Oxford

Professor Cyrus Cooper, of the University of Oxford and Southampton, has been appointed as a Deputy Lieutenant of Hampshire. Professor Cooper, who is ..Read More

Alkaline Phosphatase Determined to Show Success of Testosterone Therapy on Bone Mineral Density
Cornell University

Researchers at Weill Cornell Medical College have discovered that a known biomarker of bone mineral density can also be used to monitor the effects of..Read More

The Transporter
Cornell University

A key to cellular function — and to life itself — is the movement of proteins and lipids within a cell. As these substances follow their paths, a part..Read More

Women's Studies
Cornell University

In Arabic, "menopause" translates to "the hopeless age." But even in the face of such linguistic negativity, women in Qatar often see menopause as a p..Read More

Stimulants Used to Treat ADHD in Children Associated with Low Bone Density
Cornell University

Stimulants commonly prescribed to treat attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in children are associated with low bone density, according to a new ..Read More

Elderly patients with unstable ankle fractures could avoid surgery
University of Oxford

Elderly patients with unstable ankle fractures could avoid surgery, according to research by a UK team led by Oxford University. Researcher Professor ..Read More

Elderly patients with unstable ankle fractures could avoid surgery
University of Oxford

Elderly patients with unstable ankle fractures could avoid surgery, according to research by a UK team led by NDORMS at the Oxford University. The stu..Read More

Hormone replacement therapy improves cognition in older female monkeys
Oregon Health & Science University

New findings may inform clinical trials already underway in women During menopause, estrogen levels plummet. Some studies in people link this sharp de..Read More

First results from world’s biggest body scanning project
University of Oxford

New paper on UK Biobank brain imaging uses initial results from 5,000 subjects. Team find 30,000 significant associations between the many different b..Read More

Bone-shaking tech inspired by hunt for gravitational waves could transform bone graft therapies
The Royal Society

Scientists have designed tech to grow 3D bone in the lab without chemicals or drugs- just vibration. The team, from the University of the West of Scot..Read More

5th Annual Penn Medicine 5K for the IOA to Raise Research Funds for Institute on Aging
University of Pennsylvania

PHILADELPHIA – This Sunday, the 5th annual 5K for The IOA and Memory Mile Walk will be held in support of the Institute on Aging (IOA) at the Universi..Read More

Study Suggests New Drug Candidate Could Treat Both Type 2 Diabetes and Bone Loss
The Scripps Research Institute

JUPITER, FL – July 27, 2016 – In addition to its more obvious ills, type 2 diabetes is a condition closely associated with bone fractures, increasing ..Read More

Maturitas Publishes New Model of Care for Healthy Menopause and Ageing
Elsevier

A new position statement by the European Menopause and Andropause Society (EMAS) published in the journal provides a holistic model of care for health..Read More

Living Longer Associated with Living Healthier, Study of Centenarians Finds
Yeshiva University

July 5, 2016—(BRONX, NY)—Research has shown that the human lifespan has the potential to be extended. But would this merely mean people living longer ..Read More

Penn Researchers Awarded $4 Million to Continue Musculoskeletal Disorders Center's Research on Tissue Injury and Repair
University of Pennsylvania

PHILADELPHIA — The Penn Center for Musculoskeletal Disorders in the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania was awarded a five-y..Read More

Sharmila Majumdar Awarded Gold Medal by Magnetic Resonance in Medicine Group
UCSF School Of Medicine

Sharmila Majumdar, PhD, has been awarded the 2016 Gold Medal of the International Society for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM) for her innovativ..Read More

Mount Sinai School of Medicine Commencement Celebrates Those Who Changed Medicine and Those Who Fought for Change
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

At its 40th commencement ceremony, Mount Sinai School of Medicine honored legendary scientists and renowned humanists whose work has advanced biomedic..Read More

‘Holy grail' of breast cancer prevention in high-risk women may be in sight
The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research

Professor Geoff Lindeman, PhD student Ms Emma Nolan and  Professor Jane Visvader have discovered a potential new way to prevent breast cancer in some ..Read More

UTHealth and Steadman Philippon Research Institute partner to improve the care of musculoskeletal conditions
University of Texas

Johnny Huard, Ph.D., UTHealth/ Steadman Philippon Research Institute Walter R. Lowe, M.D., UTHealth Orthopedics HOUSTON – (May 26, 2016) – If you are ..Read More

Protein combination improves bone regeneration, UCLA study shows | UCLA Health
UCLA HEalth

A UCLA research team has found a combination of proteins that could significantly improve clinical bone restoration. The findings may be a big step to..Read More

Protein combination improves bone regeneration, UCLA study shows
UCLA

A UCLA research team has found a combination of proteins that could significantly improve clinical bone restoration. The findings may be a big step to..Read More

Mount Sinai Researchers Solve Mystery Surrounding the Death of Two Sisters Nearly 50 Years Ago

Researchers at Mount Sinai School of Medicine have identified the genetic cause of a rare and fatal bone disease by studying frozen skin cells that we..Read More

Mount Sinai School of Medicine Study Shows Vitamin C Prevents Bone Loss in Animal Models

Researchers at Mount Sinai School of Medicine have shown for the first time in an animal model that vitamin C actively protects against osteoporosis, ..Read More

UGA’s Regenerative Bioscience Center marks 10 years of research

Athens, Ga. - Ten years ago with only a handful of researchers, the University of Georgia's Regenerative Bioscience Center made a commitment to advanc..Read More

Statin, osteoporosis drug combo may help treat parasitic infections

Athens, Ga. - Researchers at the University of Georgia have discovered that a combination of two commonly prescribed drugs used to treat high choleste..Read More

UGA professor’s book critiques genetics as disease predictor

Athens, Ga. - Actress and director Angelina Jolie made headlines recently when she announced in a New York Times article that she underwent a double m..Read More

Dietary Deficiency

Athens, Ga. - A new study by University of Georgia researchers shows that despite the availability of fortified foods, many older adults suffer from d..Read More

Invitation to Cover: Racing Against the Clock, 4th Annual Penn 5K for the IOA Raises Research Funds for Institute on Aging New this Year: Dogs on Leashes Welcome for Memory Mile Walk

PHILADELPHIA – This Sunday, the 4th annual 5K for The IOA and Memory Mile Walk will be held in support of the Institute on Aging (IOA) at the Universi..Read More

Adults born preterm are at-risk of early chronic diseases - UdeMNouvelles
University of Montreal

Premature birth is linked to an increased risk of heart disease, high blood pressure, pregnancy complications and other chronic diseases in adulthood...Read More

Widely Used Osteoporosis Drugs May Prevent Breast, Lung and Colon Cancers

The most commonly used medications for osteoporosis worldwide, bisphosphonates, may also prevent certain kinds of lung, breast and colon cancers, acco..Read More

Pituitary Hormone TSH Found to Directly Influence Bone Growth

Researchers at Mount Sinai School of Medicine have found that thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH), a hormone produced in the anterior pituitary gland th..Read More

Dual Action Polyclonal Antibody May Offer More Effective, Safer Protection Against Osteoporosis

A new study suggests that a polyclonal antibody that blocks follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) in mice without ovaries might offer a more effective wa..Read More