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Stopping an itch with Japanese honeysuckle

Flower buds of Japanese honeysuckle (Lonicera japonica Thunb.) contain potential anti-itching agents, according to a study published in Molecules this week. The researchers screened natural products for anti-itching effects in hope of developing household...

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Burnout syndrome affects 4 out of 10 physicians in Japan

More than 40% of Japanese physicians involved in stroke care are burned out, a recent report suggests. Burnout syndrome is characterized by emotional exhaustion, depersonalization, and reduced work efficacy. For medical practitioners, the syndrome...

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Growing back the hair — Bioengineered organ replacement therapy

Organ replacement regenerative therapy is one of the intensely studied areas in medical science. It promises the possibility of replacing organs that are damaged by disease, injury, and aging. Rather than transplanting an organ...

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