Canadian researchers led by Montreal radiologist Gilles Soulez have developed a novel approach to treat liver tumours using magnet-guided microrobots in an MRI device.
Developed in Montreal, the device – a 3D-bioprinted, miniaturized chip – promises to advance understanding of cardiovascular disease and aid in the development of new precision treatments.
Scientists have developed an experimental medication called UBX1325, or foselutoclax, that shows promise in treating macular edema.
Researchers demonstrate a link between transgender people's exposure to gender-related stigma and cortisol, a key hormone in the stress response.
In the never-ending quest for a good night’s sleep, the use of white, brown or pink noise is the latest thing. Solution or illusion?
In an unseen process playing out in the deep, miniature elements of DNA are quietly outsmarting viruses.
A new study suggests being born very preterm may have a significant - but potentially reversible - impact on an adult's health.
What could be simpler than chewing? Yet this commonplace physical act mobilizes a surprising number of muscles and neurons, and is even important for cognition.
Medical professor Jonathan Brouillette discusses the protein's accumulation in the brain – and its promise as a new therapeutic target.
Hypnosis can improve the quality of life of people suffering from chronic pain, according to a new research led by UdeM associate medical professor David Ogez.