Could a drug stop binge drinking and reverse certain neurological disorders? Recent findings published in the Journal of Alcoholism and Drug Dependence has shown that the chemical, ethane-beta sultam, was found to cross blood-brain barrier and reduce inflammation, in mice studies.
A drug that may help cancer patients could also help those with a rare form of autism spectrum disorder, according to recent findings published in the journal Cell Reports.
Group mindfulness may be helpful in treating depression and anxiety in certain patients. The findings are examined via a recent study that's published in the British Journal of Pysychiatry.
Seventy-seven-year-old Willie Murphy may not be like most other grandmothers you meet. Sure, she has gray hair and loves for her grandchildren to sit on her lap like most. However, she can do one-handed push-ups and deadlift a little over double her body weight.
Childhood obesity continues to be an epidemic throughout the United States. Yet pinpointing the problem can help to tackle this health issue. New findings published in the journal Preventing Chronic Disease: Public Health Research, Practice and Policy, reveal that children who learn to cook and prep...
Scientists have discovered that the same genes that are responsible for the intense, bitter taste of wild cucumbers may just be the same compound that could be used to treat cancer and diabetes.
Could eating Thanksgiving turkey actually help cure an infection? Researchers at Brigham Young University (BYU) seem to think so. They found that good bacterium, known as strain 115, can produce a life-saving antibiotic that's commonly found in turkeys.
Could an external artificial pancreas improve glucose control and reduce the risk of hypoglycemia when compared to conventional diabetes treatments? Researchers at the University of Montreal's Department of Nutrition are working on a clinical trial that's comparing three alternative treatments for t...
Some people are more likely than others to pick up new languages easier and faster. Recent findings published in the Journal of Neurolinguistics also show that anyone who works to pick up another language will gain essential cognitive skills.
Males are more likely to die from stillbirth than females, according to recent findings published in the journal BMC Medicine.
Recent findings published in JAMA show that full-day preschool programs are more effective than part-day ones. When it comes to preparing for school readiness, researchers have found that children who went to preschool were significantly more likely to attend school than those who attended part-day ...