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Laboratory experiments point to the possibility of a modified poliovirus helping to boost the immune system’s response to brain cancer.

How a modified poliovirus may help fight brain cancer

Research in cell cultures and animal models suggests that scientists may be able to use a modified poliovirus to mount an immune response against brain tumor cells.

New research in rats suggests that lithium may help keep the brain healthy in Alzheimer’s disease.

Lithium microdose could stop Alzheimer’s from advancing

Some recent studies in rodents have suggested that lithium may help treat Alzheimer’s disease. A new study in rats adds to this evidence, showing that a microdose of the compound can halt the progression of this neurodegenerative condition, even in its later stages.

Sunlight may influence fat metabolism, according to a recent study.

Could sunlight combat metabolic syndrome?

A new study in mice concludes that light-sensitive proteins on fat cells can detect sunlight. It also finds that too little natural light can alter how fat cells behave and may increase the risk of metabolic syndrome.

Researchers affiliated with the WHO argue that if the world’s countries put in place the right preventive measures, they could eradicate cervical cancer.

Could we say ‘goodbye’ to cervical cancer by 2120?

Hundreds of thousands of people worldwide have cervical cancer, which currently has a high mortality rate. However, specialists and the World Health Organization (WHO) argue that within the next 100 years, we may be able to eradicate this form of cancer altogether.

The affected individuals had returned from Wuhan, a city in the Hubei province in China.

CDC: New cases of novel coronavirus reported in US

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have announced two new cases of novel coronavirus in the United States, bringing the total to five across four states.