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Are We Really Living Longer?

October 4, 2018

The answer may surprise you. Check out this interesting article from BBC Future. Among the questions answered: Was 30 considered “old” in the Roman empire? What about 50? And how do we really know? Read More

A Pioneer Award for Truly Pioneering Research

October 3, 2018

Our Jonathan Kipnis, PhD, has made a series of amazing discoveries, starting with his identification of vessels connecting the brain and the immune system that were not supposed to exist. Now his game-changing work has received a most… Read More

A Dozen Great Discoveries From UVA

October 1, 2018

The fine folks over at UVA Today, the daily news site for the university, have picked a dozen of UVA’s biggest scientific discoveries from the last 50 years, and the School of Medicine was responsible for seven of them…. Read More

Your Nose Inhabitants May Affect Your Cold Symptoms

September 27, 2018

Interesting new research from our Ronald Turner, MD, has found a correlation between the bacteria that live in your nose and the type and severity of the cold symptoms you develop.

Looking at participants in our long-standing cold study, Dr…. Read More