How depressive thoughts persevere, interfere with memory in people with depression Depressive thoughts are maintained for longer periods of time for people with depressed mood, and this extended duration may reduce the amount of information that these individuals can hold in their memory.
Researchers develop 3D printing method for creating patient-specific medical devices An innovative 3-D printing technology has been developed that could revolutionize important biomedical equipment, enhancing treatment for everyone from premature babies to patients needing implants.
An aggressive treatment for an aggressive cancer Pancreas cancer remains one of the deadliest cancers worldwide. In the United States, it accounts for only three percent of all diagnosed cancers but it causes almost seven percent of all cancer deaths. A pancreas cancer diagnosis often comes after age 50 and after the cancer has spread, making it difficult to remove surgically. A new clinical trial may help more people to undergo surgery to remove their pancreas tumors. And that may help more of them to live longer.
Endurance expert: Drugs could help 'lazy' people exercise Together with lack of time, physical exertion is one of the main perceived barriers to exercise. This is not surprising because humans evolved to be 'lazy' to conserve energy. Now, a researcher suggests that reducing perception of effort during exercise using caffeine or other psychoactive drugs could help many people stick to their fitness plans