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This week’s Medical Minute, discusses reports that a steady decline in slow resting heart rate as children move into young adulthood may actually be an indicator that heart trouble is ahead.
This week’s Medical Minute, discusses the newest gene editing technology, called “prime editing”, that scientists say may be as effective as CRISPR at editing DNA, with less collateral damage.
In this week’s Medical Minute, new developments in “cell reprogramming” that could help patients recover from spinal cord injuries which lead to permanent paralysis in the past.
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms says police morale is "improving significantly" after it hit a low last summer and that she is confident the city will get to the "other side" in bringing crime down. "We are a resilient city," Bottoms said.
This week’s Medical Minute, discusses a manmade molecule called “givinostat” that coaxes stem cells, which have the potential to become any cell type, to become “muscle progenitor cells”, which are useful for recovery from injuries, and the loss of muscle mass that comes with aging.