Science and Technology links (July 15th, 2018)
16 July 2018 | 1:01 am

The majority of people dying are 80 years old or older. A heart-disease drug can partially reverse type 1 diabetes. We can at least partially reverse age-related immune-system decline using drugs. Senescent cells are old cells that refuse to die; they are behind several age-related diseases. We know how to clear them, at least in … Continue reading Science and Technology links (July 15th, 2018)

Are fungi making us sick?
11 July 2018 | 10:25 pm

Fungi are everywhere. Yeasts, molds, mushrooms. We eat them. They live on our skin. But are they making us sick? That’s a theory strongly held by Martin Laurence. Martin created his own lab (Shipshaw labs) and even wrote a book on the topic. He reports that psoriasis and inflammatory bowel disease are both strongly associated … Continue reading Are fungi making us sick?

Science and Technology links (July 6th, 2018)
6 July 2018 | 11:46 pm

In the United Kingdom, only a tiny minority of high school female students take computer science (0.4% in 2017). Physics is ten times more popular. Russians once drilled a 12-km deep hole. Apparently, it gets very hot as you dig deeper. Deep neural networks can detect myocardial infarction in electrocardiography (ECG) better than the state-of-the-art. … Continue reading Science and Technology links (July 6th, 2018)


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