Scientists have discovered a rather amazing thing. You see, the skin-the body's biggest organ-can actually talk to the liver.
Do you feel hungry? What about now? Scientists have discovered that timing is all important when it comes to eating. It turns out that nerves in the stomach act as a circadian clock, limiting food intake to specific times of the day.
Stomach which is an important organ of the digestive tract has a network of important nerves that act as a natural clock and keeps time, claims a new study.
A study uncovers the benefits of home based high intensity exercise as rehabilitation on cardiac patients claiming the home based exercise contributes positively to the long term physically active lifestyle.
Over the last twenty years there has been dramatic rise in the rate of suicide especially among teen and young adults. But those who have survived suicide attempt are prone to face lifelong troubles, claims a new finding.
The risk of having a stroke varies from race and ethnicity, yet it is the third leading cause of death among Americans and also a leading cause of disability. However, in the recent decades there has been a dramatic decline in the stroke death due to enhanced treatment and prevention, according to a...
A recent study led by researchers from the Cleveland Clinic shows that certain types of diabetes drugs can help to decrease the risk of cancer in female patients with type 2 diabetes by up to 32 percent.
A recent study suggests that women with severe menstrual cramps may find relieve in a class of erectile dysfunction drugs, according to researchers from Penn State College of Medicine.
Thanks to researchers from the University of Iowa, they've stumbled onto a "matchmaking formula." It's really quite simple: Pair people according to past interests in the online dating world instead of who they think they're interested in.
Have you ever marveled at the flight of a hummingbird, as its little wings beat 80 times per second! Well, a recent study also looks at the magic of this creature's metabolism.
Caffeine or alcohol? It's a tough one to call, for certain.