Researchers have uncovered what may be a universal cause of aging, one that applies to both single cell organisms such as yeast and multicellular organisms, including mammals. This is the first time that such an evolutionarily conserved aging mechanism has been identified between such diverse organisms.
Researchers at Children's Hospital Boston and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute have identified a way to get red blood cells to produce a form of hemoglobin normally made only before birth or by young infants.
During these tough economic times you may be looking to cut the costs in the cart. In doing so, you might be under the impression that you will have to compromise the overall health of your diet.
Experts offer cancer patients and their family and friends ideas for coping - and celebrating - through the holidays
A team of cancer researchers from several Boston academic medical centers has discovered a potential treatment for a group of tumors that have resisted previous targeted therapy approaches.
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Liz Di Bernardo