Researchers have created the world's first 3-D image of a protein that spreads cancer. The structural image of the enzyme will enable researchers to better under and develop potential anticancer drugs and treatments.
What happens to astronauts during long term space travel? Scientists are taking a closer look at astronaut health, and have found that sleeping pills and skin cream may just be key.
A new study by researchers at the University of California, Davis, and Yale University indicates that it's important to address the learning disability as soon as possible-not waiting until a child is in third grade or later to undertake efforts that would further help out.
There's a reason they call dogs "man's best friend." They're loyal and not to mention they're adorable. And now, you can add lowering your asthma risk to the list, too.
Talking with your kids about safe sex may seem awkward, but it can help prevent risky sexual behaviors growing up.
Vitamin D supplements may improve exercise performance and lower the risk of heart disease, according to a recent study.
Researchers have now turned their attention to a new heat-activated 'grenade' method to target cancer. This new model could target tumors and cancer cells while sparing healthy cells and tissue, according to the researchers.
A Weizmann Institute research team has discovered that dendritic cells with a certain protein actually fight against obesity.
High levels of abdominal fat during the first trimester of pregnancy may increase the development of gestational diabetes, according to a recent study.
A diet rich in soy protein and isoflavones may help protect women in menopause from osteoporosis and bone weakening, according to a recent study.
Children who experience stressful events early in life are twice as likely to suffer from depression as adults, according to a recent study.