Media coverage: June roundup of eLife papers in the news

High-profile news coverage that eLife papers generated in June 2022, including The Washington Post, The Times and Daily Express.
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In our latest monthly media coverage roundup, we highlight the top mentions that eLife papers generated in June. You can view the coverage, along with the related research articles, below:

Antal et al.’s Research Article, ‘Type 2 diabetes mellitus accelerates brain aging and cognitive decline: Complementary findings from UK Biobank and meta-analyses’, was featured in:

  • The Washington Post – Type 2 diabetes may accelerate brain function decline
  • Medical News Today – Type 2 diabetes may speed up brain aging, cognitive decline
  • Health Day – Type 2 Diabetes Tied to Accelerated Brain Aging, Cognitive Decline
  • Diabetes UK – Type 2 diabetes link to cognitive decline prompts calls for more research into the condition’s effect on the brain
  • Boa Saúde (Brazil) – Type 2 diabetes accelerates brain aging and cognitive decline (translated)
  • CyberMed (Croatia) – Type 2 diabetes associated with accelerated brain aging and cognitive decline (translated)

Crump et al.’s Short Report, ‘Gill developmental program in the teleost mandibular arch’, was featured in:

  • Mirage News – How did vertebrates first develop jaws?

Komarova et al.’s Research Article, ‘Aspirin’s effect on kinetic parameters of cells contributes to its role in reducing incidence of advanced colorectal adenomas, shown by a multiscale computational study’, was featured in:

  • Origo (Hungary) – Aspirin has a surprising effect, it can help cancer patients (translated)
  • News Medical – Aspirin changes the way colorectal cancer cells evolve over time

Łapińska et al.’s Research Article, ‘Fast bacterial growth reduces antibiotic accumulation and efficacy’, was featured in:

  • Drug Target Review – How do fast-growing bacteria resist antibiotics?
  • SanteLog (France) – Antibiotic Resistance: When bacteria outrun antimicrobials (translated)
  • eBioTrade (China) – How fast-growing bacteria resist antibiotics (translated)
  • Infosalus (Spain) – Scientists demonstrate how some fast-growing bacteria can resist antibiotics (translated)

Hostrup et al.’s Research Article, ‘High-intensity interval training remodels the proteome and acetylome of human skeletal muscle’, was featured in:

  • Mint Lounge – Why you should include HIIT in your workout routine
  • Health Club Management – HIIT in the spotlight
  • Bicycling Magazine – High-Intensity Interval Training Can Enhance Metabolism and Muscle Function
  • MSN – High-Intensity Interval Training Can Enhance Metabolism and Muscle Function
  • ConSalud (Spain) – High-intensity training (HIIT) increases the number of proteins in skeletal muscle (translated)
  • Puls Medycyny (Poland) – HIIT training permanently changes human metabolism (translated)
  • Hindustan Times – High-intensity interval training or HIIT can alter metabolism? Here's what study says
  • Devdiscourse – High-intensity interval training can alter metabolism
  • News 18 – How Does HIIT or High-Intensity Interval Training Help You?

Deperrois et al.’s Research Article, ‘Learning cortical representations through perturbed and adversarial dreaming’, was featured in:

  • SciTechDaily – Having Strange Dreams? They Might Be Helping Your Brain Learn Better

Morrison et al.’s Research Article, ‘Social groups buffer maternal loss in mountain gorillas’, was featured in:

  • Yahoo! – When young gorillas are orphaned, the rest of the troupe apparently adopts them

Silver et al.’s Research Article, ‘Aberrant cortical development is driven by impaired cell cycle and translational control in a DDX3X syndrome model’, was featured in:

  • Spectrum News – Mice without DDX3X are slow to grow neurons
  • The Hindustan Times – Role of single gene linked to epilepsy, autism identified
  • The Print (India) – Role identified for single gene linked to rare syndrome of epilepsy, autism and developmental disability

Takahashi et al.’s Research Article, ‘Microtubule assembly by tau impairs endocytosis and neurotransmission via dynamin sequestration in Alzheimer’s disease synapse model’, was featured in:

  • Mirage News – Untangling role of tau in Alzheimer’s disease

Kanda et al.’s Research Article, ‘Robotic search for optimal cell culture in regenerative medicine,’ was featured in:

  • News Medical – New robotic AI system can autonomously determine the optimal conditions for growing replacement retina

Kruse and Herzchuh’s Short Report, ‘Regional opportunities for tundra conservation in the next 1000 years’, was featured in:

  • The Washington Post – Siberia’s tundra could fall to climate change, scientists warn
  • DW – Global heating in the Arctic threatens Siberian tundra
  • News Click (India) – Global Heating in the Arctic Threatens Siberian Tundra
  • Nature World News – Arctic Global Warming Could Lead to Disappearance of the Siberian Tundra by 2500
  • Dziennik (Poland) – Climate change in Russia. The Siberian tundra may soon disappear (translated)
  • Green Matters – Climate Change Could Completely Consume the Siberian Tundra by 2050
  • Science Post (France) – The tundra threatened with disappearance on the horizon (translated)
  • Interesting Engineering – The Siberian tundra could disappear in 500 years, and release 1,400 gigatons of carbon

Murray et al.’s Research Article, ‘Stable antibiotic resistance and rapid human adaptation in livestock-associated MRSA’, was featured in:

Dillard et al.’s Short Report, ‘Humanization of wildlife gut microbiota in urban environments’, was featured in:

  • Earth.com – Humans pass on gut microbes to urban wildlife
  • eBioTrade (China) – Humans pass gut microbes to wild animals living in cities (translated)

Yu et al.’s Research Article, ‘Association of egg consumption, metabolic markers, and risk of cardiovascular diseases: A nested case-control study’, was featured in:

  • Daily Mail – Going to work on an egg really DOES boost your health! People who eat one a day have higher levels of good cholesterol which lowers heart disease risk
  • The Times – The healthiest breakfast? It could be eggs
  • Daily Express – An egg a day keeps the doctor away by raising healthy proteins in the blood
  • The Print (India) – Consuming moderate quantity of eggs can boost heart-friendly, healthy metabolites in blood
  • Daily Record – Heart disease risk could be lowered by eating an egg a day
  • Times of Oman – Consuming moderate quantity of eggs can boost healthy metabolites in blood
  • Eat This, Not That! – The #1 Best Breakfast Habit for Your Heart
  • WP Tech (Poland) – One egg a day can be great for your health (translated)
  • Linfo (Réunion) – The food that would reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease (translated)

Hevener et al.’s Short Report, ‘Genetic variation of putative myokine signaling is dominated by biological sex and sex hormones’, was featured in:

  • Futurity – Genetic sex affects how muscles ‘talk’ to other tissues

Li et al.’s Research Article, ‘A genome-wide functional genomics approach uncovers genetic determinants of immune phenotypes in type 1 diabetes’, was featured in:

  • Diabetes UK – Development of type 1 diabetes dependant on genetics
  • Drug Target Review – New insights into how genetic factors affect body’s immune response in type 1 diabetes
  • Infosalus (Spain) – This is how genetics influences the immunity of patients with type 1 diabetes (translated)

DeAngelis et al.’s Research Article, ‘A neural mechanism for detecting object motion during self-motion’, was featured in:

  • Futurity – How Your Brain Interprets Motion While You’re Moving
  • Mega Curioso (Brazil) – What happens to the brain when we are on the move? (translated)

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