A new study has shown that gene therapy can help to temporarily improve eyesight in patients who are suffering from Leber congenital amaurosis (LCA), an inherited disorder that results in vision loss beginning in childhood.
Recent findings published in the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease suggest that drinking green tea with exercise could help to slow the progression of Alzheimer's disease.
The type of sugar in your drink could ultimately influence how much you eat, according to recent findings published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS).
New findings published in JAMA Pediatrics reveal that concussions among football players oftentimes occur during high school and college team practices.
Could sleepwalking be genetic? New findings published in JAMA Pediatrics found that over 60 percent of children who also had two sleepwalking parents were significantly more likely to develop the condition themselves than those who did not deal with the same circumstances.
It turns out that performance-enhancing drugs may actually cause athletes to perform more poorly. Scientists made comparisons between pre-1932 records and post-1932 records, and found that times, distances and other results did not improve as expected in the doping era.
Researchers at Kansas State University have discovered that moderate exercise on a regular basis can improve radiation treatments in cancer patients.
New findings published in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives show that babies who are exposed to outdoor air pollution during their first year of life are more likely to develop allergies to certain things.
New findings published in the Journal of Psychiatric Research show that family environment and neighborhood can hold a major impact on mental health.
Paying attention in school isn't always so easy. Now, researchers at the Universities of Nottingham and Bristol have found that inattentiveness at the age of 7 may be linked to an inability to perform well during high school exams.
New findings published in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute suggests that women who breastfeed will have a lower risk of breast cancer.