It may sound gross, but it's all something that we live with each and every day. Humans emit their own, personal microbial cloud as they interact with the world around them, releasing bacteria and other microbes as they breathe out, wave and move.
Could a drug previously used to treat rheumatoid arthritis be helpful in providing care for Alzheimer's patients?
Researchers at Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School Singapore (Duke-NUS) have linked the abnormal of the genes (BDNF and DTNBP1) to underlying links of schizophrenia, a disabling brain disorder that's estimated to affect anywhere between 200,000 to 3 million in the United States annually. Symptoms of th...
Scientists know that most cancer cells use glucose to fuel their uncontrolled growth, and now an international team of researchers has identified a protein which, if switched off, could stop the disease in its tracks.
Not only are high fat foods bad for you and low in nutritional value. They can hold dangerous food additives that may actually make you want to eat more.
A high-fat diet could actually lead to overeating. Scientists have found that defective signaling in the brain can cause overeating of high fat foods in mice, leading to obesity.
Spending time in nature is actually linked to good health. Now, scientists are taking a closer look at why this might be the case.
Monkey see, monkey do.
Previous studies have shown that energy drinks can be particularly dangerous for your cardiovascular health. Yet a new study published in the journal PLOS ONE shows that they may also increase the risk of serious damage to the brain.
New findings published in the European Journal of Applied Physiology suggest that drinking high nitrate beetroot juice improves decision-making and sprint performance during exercise.
New findings published in the journal MedLink Neurology reveal that using birth control pills may increase stroke risk in women, particularly among those who are already at a higher risk of stroke.
Drinking caffeine can disrupt your sleep. But did you know that drinking caffeine in the evening also delays the internal circadian clock that tells us when to get ready for sleep and when to prepare to wake up?