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Sedeer el-Showk

Sedeer el-Showk

About Sedeer el-Showk

Sedeer became a professional science writer after finishing a degree in biology. He also writes poetry and sff, and somehow juggles an ever-growing list of hobbies from programming to knitting to gardening. Eternal curiosity and good fortune have taken him to many parts of the world, but he’s settled in Helsinki, Finland for the moment. He hopes he’ll never stop learning new things.

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July 30, 2020
The well-known resistance of naked mole rats to aging and aging-related effects is due at least in part to an unusual ability to clear away senescent cells. This suggests that senolytic drugs, which aim to do the same in humans, may prove a fruitful path to longevity. Naked mole rats live much longer than other...
July 09, 2020
The mechanisms at work in the blood-brain barrier change with age, affecting the selectivity of this vital interface. The blood-brain barrier The blood-brain barrier is a layer of cells in the blood vessels of the brain that prevents molecules in the blood from crossing into the central nervous system. Selective transport across the barrier is...
April 09, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic is dominating the news as countries around the world work hard to control the spread of the disease. Social distancing can help "flatten the curve" and prevent the overload of healthcare systems; however, there is a large percentage of people who develop serious complications after getting the virus. The global community is...
March 27, 2020
The World Health Organization has initiated a trial to test four treatments that may be effective against the global pandemic of COVID-19. The COVID-19 pandemic has swept around the globe, shutting down cities and bringing countries to a standstill as governments scramble to control its spread. Though many researchers are racing to develop a vaccine...