There may be a new technique in the fight against cancer-and it involves yogurt. A MIT professor has developed synthetic molecules from yogurt bacteria that, when introduced to the body, can find their way to tumors.
Previous studies have linked air pollution to numerous respiratory problems. Now, recent findings published in the journal PLOS ONE reveal that expectant mothers exposed to air pollution can drastically increase the risk of giving birth to children with ADHD or other behavioral health issues.
A well-balanced diet is essentially critical to overall health and well-being. Yet did you know that a high-fat diet could help keep the brain sharp, focused and "young"?
Recent findings published in the journal Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin show that love can lead to aggressive behaviors, in some instances.
Oftentimes, the pain from arthritis, particularly for older adults, can be debilitating. Pain medication is often prescribed to combat the problem. Yet recent findings published in the journal Neurology show that some pain relievers and other pills used to ease related symptoms could increase the ri...
Recent findings presented at the National Cancer Research Institute (NCRI) Cancer Conference discuss how a new targeted treatment for oesophageal cancer is on the way.
Recent findings published in the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery reveal that many older men are missing out on vital osteoporosis screenings and treatments.
Some breast cancers are more serious than others. For severe cases, in particular, time is definitely a factor in treating the health issue properly before it metastasizes. Now, recent findings presented at the National Cancer Research Institute Cancer Conference revealed that certain genetic "switc...
One of humanity's greatest defining characteristics is its empathy-the ability to understand and feel for others. Yet what if this empathy can lead to harsher feelings?
A potentially breathable, respiratory vaccine is in development to help provide long-term protection for non-human primates against the deadly Ebola Virus, according to recent findings published in the journal Molecular Pharmaceutics.
A "kissing" bug may not ultimately sound like the worse type of insect. After all, spreading a little affection here and there couldn't hurt, right? Don't be fooled. This bug gained its lovely name, also known as Chagas, from spreading it's infection through blood-sucking "kisses" that have hit an e...