|  by Sean Delaney and Emell Derra Adolphus


An Oakland University research study may help lung cancer patients breathe a little easier

The physical benefits gained from practicing yoga’s various postures have made the 5,000-year-old Hindu discipline one of the most popular forms of exercise today. But an Oakland University research study comparing the effects of practicing yoga to exercise on lung cancer patients may prove that there is more to yoga than the physicality of striking a pose.   read full story


OU Research Series | Chemistry

Nissan Kerrigan Ph.D., is an Associate Professor of Organic Chemistry. His research has the potential to help researchers develop new tuberculosis vaccines in a cost-effective way. It is now bringing these cost-effective approaches to a synthesis that could help in the production of epilepsy treatments.
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