Health

Wine's red grape pulp offers nutritional bounty

Pomace—the mashed, leftover pulp from red grapes in the early process of making wine—is considered byproduct rubbish. But maybe not for long. In a new Cornell University-led food science study, researchers now demonstrate ...

Surgery

Tough yet flexible treatment for babies in the womb

In children with spina bifida, the neural tube that forms the spinal cord and brain doesn't close as it should during early prenatal development. That leaves the nerves of the spinal cord exposed to potential damage from ...

Medications

FDA extends pregnancy warning for common pain relievers

Pregnant women should avoid a group of common pain relievers including Advil and Aleve for the last four months of pregnancy, federal health officials said Thursday, expanding the warning from three months.

Medical research

Can stem cells treat COVID-19?

Niels-Bjarne Woods, a researcher at Lund University in Sweden, has developed lung-specific mesenchymal stem cells to treat inflammation of the lungs and fibrosis. This research now may be the needed breakthrough for treatment ...

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