Recent findings published in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) have found that the hormone erythropoietin (EPO), which has been used illegally by athletes to boost their performance, could help to protect the brains of newborns if given directly after birth.
Why is it that teen boys seem to take more risks? There may actually be a biological explanation for it.
New findings help to more precisely identify certain subtypes of breast cancer with classification that could help to also improve treatments and target treatments for the disease.
Statistics show that millions throughout the world are affected by cancer. While those dealing with the health issue are often struggle with depression as a side-effect of symptoms or related health treatments, recent research published in The Lancet Psychiatry, The Lancet and The Lancet Oncology ha...
Researchers have found that over-confident people can deceive others into believing that they are more talented than they actually are.
A team of researchers has found that men can ward off prostate cancer by consuming a tomato-rich diet.
A team of researchers have found that adherence to junk diet not only makes rats fat, but also lowers their appetite for a balanced diet.
Stroke patients are 70 percent more likely to take stroke prevention medications even after one year if they are given prescription at the time of discharge.
Ever wonder what causes the body's temperatures to rise when we have a fever?
Recent findings published in the Journal of Clinical Investigation show that the hormone estrogen can help prevent binge eating by triggering brain serotonin neurons.
Listeria can be an extremely difficult bacterium to fight. In fact, over the last few weeks it's infected 28 people from Denmark and has caused 13 to die. Now, though, scientists have taken a closer look at what makes this bacterium so resilient to treatments.
Exercise, a healthy diet and weight loss can expedite significant changes in the body that promote better health and overall well-being. Now, a recent study published in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism shows that the brain can also reap the benefits of weight loss.