Researchers at Monash University have discovered revolutionary treatments to help those dealing with lupus save thousands of people each year from serious illness or death caused by secondary infections.
New research suggests that unemployment is linked to prostate cancer deaths. Findings published in ecancermedicalscience Researchers at the Jonathan Watkins of King's College London, London, UK, found that unemployed was associated with significant increases in prostate cancer mortality.
A new age of genome editing could lead to a cure for sickle cell anemia.
Medical marijuana pills may unfortunately not help treat the behavioral symptoms of dementia.
An ancient skeleton is telling archaeologists how leprosy spread across the world. They've discovered remains that suggest that leprosy may have travelled to Britain from Scandinavia.
Coffee has become a hotly debated topic in the world of health science. Is it good for you or is it bad for you and how much should you be drinking?
New findings published in ACS' Journal of Medicinal Chemistry discuss how scientists have discovered a hormone-like compound that helps suppress hunger and boost satiety, or the feelings of fullness, all at the same time.
Depression increases the risk of anger in veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) according to recent findings published by the American Psychological Association.
Survey results analyzed in the journal Obstetrics and Gynecology reveal that many hold an unclear understanding of the causes of miscarriages and the emotional impact they hold on women.
Some studies have suggested that wearing red may inspire confidence or other feelings. Yet new findings published in the journal Biology Letters suggest that men who wear red may be signaling to the outside world that they're angry and more aggressive.
Researchers at the University of Southampton have found that some studies show how diet can enhance the effects of exercise to prevent muscle loss later in life.