Single vs. multiple architectural distortion on digital breast

Leesburg, VA, July 27, 2022—According to ARRS’ American Journal of Roentgenology (AIR), for patients with multiple architectural distortion (AD) identified on digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT), biopsy of all areas may be warranted, given the variation of pathologic diagnoses across AD in individual patients. Leesburg, VA, July 27, 2022—According to ARRS’ American Journal of Roentgenology (AIR), … Read more

Retraining the brain to dislodge the ‘multiple complex factors’ that can form and fuel prejudice

Prejudice rears its ugly head in hateful and tragic acts small and large every day — from personal microaggressions to horrific events like this year’s mass shooting at a Buffalo, NY, grocery store. It might seem as if the false information and assumptions that fuel prejudice are all learned, but biology may actually play a … Read more

Scientists advocate for further research on benefits of exercise training for managing multiple sclerosis

East Hanover, NJ. July 18, 2022. A team of experts encouraged ongoing investigation of the benefits of exercise training for individuals with multiple sclerosis, citing shortcomings of available studies. They outlined their outlook for this avenue of research in, “Exercise in multiple sclerosis,” published in Lancet April 20, 2022. (doi: 10.1016 / S1474-4422 (22) 00045-X. … Read more

Experts raise red flags, pinpoint multiple causes for Manipur landslides

Experts have identified non-resistant soil condition, prevalence of micro-seismicity, besides changing land use patterns on the top of hills such as deforestation as the cause for the recent catastrophic landslides in Manipur. At least 55 people, including Territorial Army soldiers, railway workers and local villagers were killed in the landslides, while … Read more

Ginkgo Bioworks Stock: Multiple Layers Of Uncertainty (NYSE:DNA)

Dr_Microbe Ginkgo Bioworks (NYSE: DNA) is a leading synthetic biology company that went public through a SPAC in 2021. A large amount of hype has surrounded Ginkgo due to its ambitions and it managed to catch the tail end of a red-hot market, providing it with a relatively large market capitalization despite its modest achievements … Read more

NASA’s James Webb’s NIRSpec acquires multiple targets – BIOENGINEER.ORG

The Webb team has now approved 10 out of 17 science instrument modes; since last week we added (14) MIRI imaging, (2) NIRCam wide-field slitless spectroscopy, and our final NIRISS mode, (10) single-object slitless spectroscopy. As we ramp down the final commissioning activities, some openings in the schedule have appeared. The team has started to … Read more

In some cultures, multiple fathers — or no fathers at all — are the norm

Placeholder while article actions load My wife and I had three biological children starting 30 years ago, and then, five years ago, we became foster parents to a young boy whom we legally adopted when it became clear that he needed a permanent home. I call him “son” and he calls me “dad,” though others … Read more

Improved progression-free survival in multiple myeloma patients following three-drug therapy with autologous stem cell transplant – BIOENGINEER.ORG

BOSTON – Patients with multiple myeloma who have been treated with a three-drug combination therapy have a growing number of choices for subsequent treatment. Results of a new study led by researchers at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute can help patients and their physicians weigh benefits and risks of each option. BOSTON – Patients with multiple myeloma … Read more

Giraffes evolved long necks for multiple reasons

A headbutt is not just a move for Pokemon or legendary soccer players: It’s a clue to the past life of giraffes. A new study published Thursday in the journal Science details an expedition in Northern China where paleontologists uncovered fossils of short-necked giraffes (or girrafoids, the prehistoric version of the modern-day mammals) that liked … Read more

A person’s height impacts their risk of multiple diseases – BIOENGINEER.ORG

Whether tall or short, a person’s height increases their risk for a variety of diseases, according to a new study led by Sridharan Raghavan of the Rocky Mountain Regional VA Medical Center, US publishing June 2nd in the open access journal PLOS Genetics. Credit: Anna Shvets, Pexels (CC0, https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/) Whether tall or short, a person’s … Read more