A (cow's) milk allergy is one of the most common allergies in the United States, but for individuals with this allergy, it can be tricky to know what type of alternative would make for an acceptable, non-allergenic substitute. A new study, recently published in the Journal of Dairy Research, investigates the general allergenicity and antigenicity of different mammalian milks and plant-based milk substitutes in an effort to identify which option(s) would likely be the safest alternative for otherwise healthy individuals who are allergic to proteins found in cow's milk.
In recent years, it feels like we've been hearing time and again that there are health benefits to taking our sleep seriously. New research suggests that one of these benefits could be a lower risk of developing Alzheimer's disease.
The good news keeps on coming! Immunotherapies are continuing to show promising results in treating a wide range of cancers - from melanoma to lung cancer, even lymphoma and leukemia! New research shows that immunotherapy may even be helpful in extending the lives of people who have been diagnosed with advanced melanoma which has spread to the brain.
Aging is natural and happens to everyone, eventually. But that doesn't stop scientists from trying to find ways to either slow the process or mitigate the symptoms related to aging. New research looks at how a class of cancer drugs may play a role in allowing the body to rid itself of older cells, thereby easing the physical effects of growing older.
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