Scientists have successfully destroyed cancer cells in mice by using copper-based nanoparticles and immunotherapy.  Importantly, the cancer did not return. Source: New feed Link: Medical News Today: Cancer: Using copper to boost immunotherapy

Scientists recently tested probiotics in a roundworm model of Parkinson’s. A particular bacterium had a protective effect and improved symptoms. Source: New feed Link: Medical News Today: Could a probiotic prevent or reverse Parkinson's?

Catnip is the most famous stimulant for cats. How does it work, why does it not affect all cats, and are there any catnip alternatives? We investigate. Source: New feed Link: Medical News Today: Catnip: What do we know about the feline drug?

New research in macaques finds that changing the delivery method of an existing tuberculosis vaccine can drastically improve its efficacy. Source: New feed Link: Medical News Today: Giving TB vaccine intravenously boosts efficacy

A new review investigates sex differences in cardiometabolic disorders. The authors conclude that women are more at risk of receiving the wrong treatment. Source: New feed Link: Medical News Today: Heart health: Are women getting incorrect treatment?

The internet contains reams of information on probiotics. A new study tests the claims of popular websites and conclude that many are misleading. Source: New feed Link: Medical News Today: Online information about probiotics often misleading

A new study examines the link between drinking tea and lower rates of depression in older Chinese adults, revealing the characteristics of tea drinkers. Source: New feed Link: Medical News Today: Older adults who drink tea are less likely to be depressed

Gut bacteria live alongside billions of viruses. A new study investigates how specific foods impact these viruses and, therefore, gut bacteria. Source: New feed Link: Medical News Today: Common foods alter gut bacteria by influencing viruses

New research in pigs examines how sugar intake affects the brain’s reward circuits and finds that changes are noticeable after just 12 days. Source: New feed Link: Medical News Today: Sugar alters brain chemistry after only 12 days

The exact length of time that molly, or MDMA, stays in a person’s system depends on several factors, including how much of the drug they have taken. Learn more here. Source: New feed Link: Medical News Today: How long does molly stay in your system?

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