Researchers at the University of Louisville have revealed how nanoparticles from grapefruit can be created with the help of natural lipids, and how it can be used to produce anti-cancer and other drugs to fight tumor cells.
Vitamin C kills drug-resistant tuberculosis (TB) bacteria in laboratory culture, according to researchers at Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University.
Children and young adults who have been exposed to CT scans have a small increased risk of developing cancer. The researchers noticed that for every 1,400 CT scans conducted before the age of 20, there existed one additional case of cancer over the following 10 years.
A new study says that injections with a form of sugar called dextrose offer significant relief from chronic pain as compared to exercise. The injection also improves knee-related quality of life among those suffering from knee osteoarthritis.
A new study appearing in the journal Arthritis Care & Research reports that white men and women of European descent are prone to inherit common foot disorders like bunions, hammer or claw toe, or lesser toe deformities.
Researchers believe a drug that staves off hunger may be able to prolong lifespan.
Amazing images of a frightening storm.
When do symptoms of sadness cross the line into major depression?
Using bioengineering techniques, scientists created a novel molecule which has been proven successful at killing tumour cells.
A new study from investigators at the University of Michigan and Eli Lilly may reveal the brain's "switch" for new behavior.
Early-life exposure to highly traffic-related air pollution may be linked to higher instances of hyperactivity scores, starting at age 7.