August 31, 2023:
The Fascinating World of Mikania Plants
Mikania glomerata and Mikania laevigata are a treasure trove of antibacterial properties
August 30, 2023:
Treatment of COVID-19 Vaccine-triggered Migraine
CGRP mAb treatment could improve headaches induced by COVID-19 vaccination.
August 26, 2023:
Chronicles of Community-Driven Research: The Evolution of MEBO and PATM Studies
In the ever-evolving landscape of medical science, the untangling of medical mysteries often hinges not just on
technological advancements or expert researchers, but on the active involvement of community members.
August 24, 2023:
Decoding the Age Within
AI can use chest radiographs to predict age with astonishing accuracy.
August 21, 2023:
Tracking Antibiotic Resistance Genes
How Lifestyle Choices and Dietary Habits Shape Our Lifelong Battle Against Resistant Infections
August 20, 2023:
Human Skin Gas Profiles in PATM
A new study explores the human skin gas profiles to shed new light on PATM.
August 16, 2023:
Strategy Builds Youth's Focus, Puzzles Sharpen Seniors' Memory
Games can be a valuable part of mental well-being at any age.
August 12, 2023:
Evolution of COVID-19 Reinfection and Immunity
As the pandemic progressed, records for the length of infection and number of reinfections began to break.
August 11, 2023:
Engaging All Senses: A Key to Brain Health
The human body's sensory system is intricate and profoundly connected to cognitive function
August 10, 2023:
The Neurological Gut-Brain Link
The human body is a complex system, and one of its most fascinating connections is the gut-brain axis
August 3, 2023:
Accelerated Aging after mRNA Vaccination
Recent studies found significant destruction in ribosomal RNA structures after vaccination,
a phenomenon that was enhanced by serial shots.
This destruction was identified even six months after vaccination but could be compensated by Huaier administration
August 2, 2023:
Microbiome Testing and Personalized Wellness
Primary appeal of microbiome testing services lies in their convenience.
August 1, 2023:
Blood (hemoglobin adducts), urinary and breath biomarkers for assessing chemical exposure.
July 26, 2023:
A new review
has thrown a spotlight on a seemingly underrated type of exercise for cardiovascular health.
July 24, 2023:
If you have an interest in the future of medicine and the role AI technologies like ChatGPT play in shaping it,
check out our new review
July 24, 2023:
The Rise of Arcturus and Eris
SARS-CoV-2 is showing no signs of disappearing.
July 19, 2023:
GE bacteria could be customized to target specific health issues.
July 14, 2023:
Myocarditis & POTS after vaccination
Slovakian Case report on short- and long-term complications of vaccination.
July 11, 2023:
Unleashing synthetic biology to cure TMAU
FSU iGEM-2023 team is exploring new frontiers in the treatment of TMAU using synthetic biology.
July 8, 2023:
Mobiluncus and Peptoniphilus
What happens if these bacteria are in your navel.
July 7, 2023:
Plexopathy after COVID-19 Vaccination
Vaccination complications can present as nerve pain
July 5, 2023:
Forensics and Forecasting
Analysis of volatile organic compounds in digital forensics and sensory forecasting.
June 27, 2023:
International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) is an annual competition in the field of
synthetic biology. This year, a new team will
utilize genetically engineered bacteria to tackle human disease.
June 25, 2023:
Lessons from 2001: A Space Odyssey
Why did the HAL 9000 AGI run amok aboard the Discovery One spaceship on its way to Jupiter?
June 19, 2023:
Healthy 24-year-old man develops myocarditis three months after a second dose of the Moderna vaccine.
June 13, 2023:
ChatGPT is transforming biomedical fields with its real-world applications
June 12, 2023:
New-onset acute psychosis
A Case report published today describes new-onset acute psychosis
as a manifestation of lupus cerebritis following concomitant COVID-19 infection and vaccination.
June 10, 2023:
Hallucinations in NLG
Natural Language Generation Models can generate hallucinated texts. Diverse mitigation strategies have been proposed.
June 9, 2023:
AI Transformers for Biomedicine
Over 100 pretrained models based on transformer architectures have been utilized in medical domain.
June 8, 2023:
A study published today in Nature Genetics has identified nine new candidate genes associated with diabetes.
June 7, 2023:
WBE holds the potential to revolutionize public health, enhance environmental monitoring, and promote a more sustainable and equitable future.
June 5, 2023:
Coding with ChatGPT
Tips for coding with ChatGPT and related tools based on large language models.
June 4, 2023:
AI in Elderly Healthcare
As we move forward, we need to develop AI technologies that are inclusive, fair, and ethical,
ensuring that they truly meet the needs of older adults.
June 2, 2023:
The Making of ChatGPT
ChatGPT was developed in two phases: pre-training and fine-tuning.
June 2, 2023:
We discuss two case reports suggesting a potential link between Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) reactivation and COVID-19 vaccination
May 30, 2023:
Accelerating Knowledge Innovation
New review of reviews illustrates that ChatGPT is expanding into different domains,
paving the way for a future where knowledge creation is accelerated, insights are
amplified, and breakthroughs are within closer reach.
May 29, 2023:
Chatting about ChatGPT
From myths and fairytales to science and statistics, ChatGPT showcased exceptional proficiency, able to
tackle diverse subjects and chat about a wide variety of topics.
May 22, 2023:
Exploring the Potential of Bioactive Textiles
Human Health and Safety can be enhanced through Innovative Fabric Solutions.
May 20, 2023:
Parsonage-Turner syndrome, also known as acute brachial neuritis, is a rare condition characterized by sudden-onset shoulder pain and weakness.
New paper reports a case of Parsonage-Turner syndrome triggered by booster COVID-19 vaccination.
May 15, 2023:
Resilience to Alzheimer's
Study Reveals Gene Variant that Counters Effects of Genetic Mutation in Early-Onset Alzheimer's Disease
May 9, 2023:
With improved sensors and AI algorithms, wearable AI technology for detecting and predicting depression could eventually be used in clinical practice.
May 4, 2023:
An update on COVID-19
Nobody is counting vaccine doses anymore. But COVID-19 is still here,
and there are breakthrough COVID-19 reports even after the 7th dose.
May 1, 2023:
A study published today in journal Nature introduced a non-invasive semantic decoder based on
functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) and Generative Pre-trained Transformer.
April 28, 2023:
ChatGPT as a coauthor?
With at least seven authorship credits on preprints and published scientific articles and
multiple mentions in Acknowlegments and Methods sections,
ChatGPT is taking the world by storm
April 17, 2023:
Ulcerative Colitis triggered by breakthrough COVID-19
Even asymptomatic breakthrough COVID-19 can be associated with severe UC
April 10, 2023:
Hearing Aid Research
Given the limited research on OTC hearing aids,
it is crucial to prioritize independent research.
April 6, 2023:
Autobrewery Syndrome (ABS) is as a disorder of microbial dysbiosis.
April 5, 2023:
AI vs sonographers
AI was more efficient and more accurate than sonographers in making initial assessments of echocardiograms and in making corrections to
April 4, 2023:
Viruses and their vaccines may unmask CNS neuroinflammatory conditions.
April 1, 2023:
From Laughs to Inspiration
Keeping an eye on April Fool's jokes can be a fun way to stay up-to-date with the latest trends in tech,
while also potentially discovering new ideas and concepts that could shape the future of innovation.
March 30, 2023:
COVID-19 vaccination may be associated with pleural effusion in healthy individuals,
with or without the concurrent diagnosis of myocarditis or pericarditis, without any infection.
March 28, 2023:
Multisystem Inflammation can occur in children and adults post-vaccination.
March 27, 2023:
A case of ALS being diagnosed in an otherwise healthy individual following the J&J COVID -19 vaccination.
March 23, 2023:
Old & Emerging Probiotics
It's becoming increasingly clear that a personalized approach to prebiotic and probiotic use may be
necessary to achieve optimal health outcomes.
March 22, 2023:
Genomic analyses of hair samples attributed to Ludwig van Beethoven, revealed his genetic predisposition
to liver disease, past infection with hepatitis B, wheat and lactose tolerance.
March 18, 2023:
We are witnessing the rise of Direct-To-Consumer dentistry as a new form of delivering dental care.
March 15, 2023:
19-year-old male with suspected demyelinating disease developed cerebral venous thrombosis after vaccination,
suddenly passed away 2 weeks after nearly asymptomatic breakthrough COVID-19, 5 months after 2nd dose of the vaccine.
March 9, 2023:
PEG Skin Testing
Skin test with PEG 3350 identified allergic reaction to BNT162b2 COVID-19 Vaccine.
March 6, 2023:
AI for Predicting Heart Transplant Outcomes
In the practice of treating heart failure, where many decisions are frequently made on the basis of expert
judgments rather than high-quality data-driven evidence, application of AI is particularly promising
March 2, 2023:
Recurring neurocardiogenic syncope after vaccination
Syncope, also known as fainting or passing out, can be an indication of underlying heart problems.
March 1, 2023:
Toothache as a side effect of vaccination
Trigeminal neuralgia could be one of the reasons for vaccine-induced tooth pain.
February 27, 2023:
Polyneuropathy After COVID-19 Vaccination
Presenting two cases of chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy (CIDP) after the first or the third dose of
February 24, 2023:
New article provides evidence that the COVID-19 mRNA vaccine induces STAT3
activation through TLR stimulation, which may potentially exacerbate STAT3-dependent diseases.
February 16, 2023:
Neuropathology of aging brain
As we age, the structure and function of our brains can change, which may contribute to cognitive decline.
February 13, 2023:
COVID-19 vaccination is a lesser-known cause of Polyarteritis Nodosa
February 9, 2023:
Cases of Lupus, including Systemic lupus erythematosus myocarditis,
in patients with no history of autoimmune diseases,
February 7, 2023:
Necrotizing Encephalitis and Myocarditis after BNT162b2 mRNA Vaccination against COVID-19
Autopsy findings corroborate previous reports of
encephalitis and myocarditis caused by COVID-19 vaccines.
February 6, 2023:
Stealth Care System for IBS
a cellular delivery system can safely carry potent antibiotics to
selectively attack and kill unsuspicious bacteria
February 1, 2023:
the development of new data visualization tools is essential
for unlocking the full potential of microbiome research
January 31, 2023:
Tuning brainwaves to improve learning
Brain's natural electrical rhythms can be influenced
by external stimuli, such as sounds or light, to boost cognitive abilities.
January 30, 2023:
Cases of continuous and progressively serious thrombocytopenia (long VITT) are reported after vaccination.
January 27, 2023:
Stroke with unusual presentations
As FDA is launching a study to look into the possible link between bivalent vaccines and stroke,
we discuss a few cases with different presentations.
January 25, 2023:
Food, Hormones and Odor Pollution
Scientific papers published in January are about goats, fish, fermented food and biological waste.
January 20, 2023:
Participatory Environmental Health Research
The field of environmental health is facing increasingly complex challenges that require innovative approaches to research and decision-making.
January 16, 2023:
Another complete autopsy report
Autopsy report of a fully vaccinated 83-year-old man is
consistent with previously published data on unvaccinated patients who had died from COVID-19
January 13, 2023:
Fatal COVID-19 after Bivalent Booster
5 cases of breakthrough COVID-19 after updated bivalen booster vaccination in the 65+ age groups
January 13, 2023:
Stroke after Bivalent Booster
Possible increase in ischemic stroke in people 65 and older
who recently got one of updated COVID-19 booster shots.
January 11, 2023:
Ocular side effects of vaccination
Various adverse ocular effects have been reported after immunization by all COVID-19 vaccines.
January 10, 2023:
Antibiotics and Bowel Disorders
Frequent use of antibacterial drugs can increase the risk of
developing microbiome-associated diseases in all age groups. Recent study found the risk of
Crohn’s disease to be the highest for antibiotic use in the 40s and 50s.
January 9, 2023:
Active and Passive Crowdsourcing in Medical Research
With the rise of crowdsourcing and the increasing popularity of platforms that allow individuals to collaborate and share information (knowingly or unknowingly),
it's important to consider how these tools can be leveraged to advance health and medicine.
January 8, 2023:
Progress in Genomics
Genomics continues to be a rapidly growing and exciting field.
January 7, 2023:
ACEI or ARB?
Different classes of drugs have different mechanisms of action,
side effects, and some may be more suitable for certain patients than others.
January 7, 2023:
HippoCamera for Aging Brain
A smartphone application called HippoCamera was shown to be effective tool for improving the recall of episodic memories in older adults.
January 6, 2023:
Post-vaccinal myocarditis and POTS
long-term post-vaccinal cardiovascular symptoms linked to significantly higher
levels of the virus's spike protein not bound by immune antibodies.
A case of overlapping myocarditis and POTS presented for 13 year old male.
January 5, 2023:
Microbiome research has increased dramatically in recent years, driven by advances in technology and significant reductions in the cost of analysis.
January 4, 2023:
Collaborative Economy and Innocentive Science
Most of collaborative economy concepts appeared in the mid-2000s,
except for peer-to-peer networks that can be traced back to the 1970s.
Yet existing models do not engage the general public in science.
January 3, 2023:
Genetic Determinants of Aging and Longevity
The contribution of genetic factors to aging is estimated at up to 30%
January 2, 2023:
Quantified Self: From Sousveillance to Personal Science and Phenotyping
The quantified self movement has evolved over the years
January 1, 2023:
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome after Vaccination
CRPS may be triggered by an injury such as vaccine injection trauma or other event that damages or irritates the nerves.