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Melatonin and Mealtime: Common Genetic Difference Could Put Some at Greater Risk of Diabetes
New study explores how genetics influences the effects of taking melatonin close to mealtime.
Medical Device Breakthrough: UV- light enabled catheter fixes holes in the heart without invasive surgery
Catheter represents a major shift in how cardiac defects are repaired
Connecting Alzheimer’s Disease and the Immune System
Study adds to emerging theme about the immune system’s involvement in Alzheimer’s Disease.
Geneticists Launch Matchmaker Exchange for Rare Disease Gene Discovery
New platform to help patients, researchers and physicians seeking answers about rare, genetic diseases
Melatonin and Multiple Sclerosis: Why MS Symptoms May Improve as the Days Get Shorter
New research from Brigham and Women’s Hospital offers an answer to the MS “seasonal paradox.”