What caused the Ebola outbreak in West Africa? It may be due to bats.
Scientists have created a new method to find alien life; they've developed a technique that traces motion-even to the smallest degree.
The enzyme SPPL3 is already known for its protein cutting ability. Yet researchers have found that it can also work without cutting proteins to activate T cells, with structure similar to presenilin enzymes that have been implicated in Alzheimer's disease.
Researchers discovered a cancer caution mutation in 1982 that may be responsible for a small percentage of colon cancers, today. Health officials found fusions of the TRK family of genes in close to 11 tumor types, including breast, lung, melanoma and other different types of cancers.
Aerobic fitness can help to get the heart going and reduce certain health problems associated with cardiovascular disease (CVD).
When it comes to allergic reactions, estrogen is the worst thing for them. Scientists have found that estradiol, a type of estrogen, enhances the levels and activity in mice of an enzyme that drives life-threatening allergic reactions.
Text messaging has the power to up the likelihood that children will receive their second dose of influenza vaccine.
Previous studies have linked alcohol intake to an increased risk of cognitive issues later in life. Now, Prof. Alistair Burns, one of England's top dementia doctors, has found that eliminating alcohol can help reduce the risk of dementia later in life.
Removing the gallbladder is one of the most common operations performed in older adults. And yet scientists have now found that those who would benefit most from the surgery actually don't get it.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently approved an injectable weight-loss drug called axenda (liraglutide). The new medication can be used for obese or overweight adults to help them lose weight if they're struggling with at least one weight-related health problem such as hypertension ...
Twenty-five-year-old Pennsylvania mother Courtney Stash welcomed babies Eoin, Claire and Averee on Christmas day. The babies who were born around 10:35 a.m., weighing in at around 4 pounds.