Georgia State University
Diets like intermittent fasting are proving wildly popular for their rapid weight-loss effects, but scientists are also starting to uncover how they might benefit the body in other ways. A molecule produced during fasting has now been found to apply the brakes to aging of the vascular system.
It’s hard to fight a virus that’s always mutating, but new research out of Georgia State University is closing in on a universal vaccine. The study uses nanoparticles containing proteins that are common to all influenza A viruses.
Researchers have taken fresh ginger and converted it into a nanoparticle that exhibits real potential to treat inflammatory bowel disease, and might even help fight cancer, too.