Surprising Ways to Protect Your Heart: Research from Experimental Biology 2019

  Scientists who study physiology and other biomedical research fields—including anatomy, biochemistry, pathology and pharmacology—gather every year at the Experimental Biology (EB) meeting to network, collaborate and communicate new research findings. This year’s EB meeting in Orlando, Fla., featured studies ranging from the gut microbiome to heart disease to adolescent health. Read on to learn … Continue reading Surprising Ways to Protect Your Heart: Research from Experimental Biology 2019

In May, Take Steps to Prevent Melanoma

With the weather getting warmer, you may be tempted to bare more skin in the coming months. However, sunnier days can increase your risk of skin cancer if you don’t protect yourself. May is Melanoma/Skin Cancer Detection and Prevention Month. Read on to learn more about your body’s largest organ and how melanoma grows. Your … Continue reading In May, Take Steps to Prevent Melanoma

Soak Up the Rays without Soaking Them In: Be Sun Safe and Prevent Skin Damage

Tan lines and sunburns are our souvenirs of summer. Unfortunately, they’re also reminders that we’ve had too much sun and the sun has damaged our skin. How does sun exposure harm skin, and what are the physiological processes that make us tan and burn? The sun gives off a kind of radiation called ultraviolet (UV) … Continue reading Soak Up the Rays without Soaking Them In: Be Sun Safe and Prevent Skin Damage