Human Health and Potential (HHP)
Despite an increased calorie intake, the consumption of unsaturated fats from Asian-based oil blends did not lead to significant changes in total body fat among Asian participants.
A non-invasive diagnostic method that uses light and sound can help clinicians assess and track patients with a chronic inflammatory skin condition.
Investigations into an under-explored region of SARS-CoV-2’s spike protein reveals detailed structural insights that can represent valuable drug targets.
A new genetically-modified mouse model offers a powerful and reliable platform to study human immune responses to complex infections.
Researchers extract insights from large databases of genetic and clinical information in a bid to develop more robust, data-driven breast cancer screening frameworks.
Wastewater surveillance in epidemiological studies can help researchers better understand and control COVID-19 outbreaks.
Gene editing holds promise for treating many conditions, but the bacterial origins of RNA-editing enzymes has been found to activate unwanted immune responses in healthy people.
A new digital healthcare platform allows physicians to remotely monitor elderly patients at risk of malnutrition with a smartphone.
Genomic profiles of the human gut microbiome reveal the hidden impacts of asymptomatic, antibiotic-resistant bacterial infections, as well as potential solutions for their reversal.
Researchers discover key differences in the skin’s natural flora between healthy adults and those with genetic dry skin diseases.
With near-real-time genomic monitoring, researchers catch emergent, treatment-evading SARS-CoV-2 mutations in immunocompromised patients with chronic infections.