Vaccinations are essential in helping prevent the onset of some illnesses. New findings published in the journal Experimental Dermatology examine how to stimulate the skin's immune response by applying a needle-free vaccination.
Researchers have learned a bit more about weight loss by examining teen brain scans.
Adequate rest is essential for proper development, but could naps actually be bad for toddlers?
If you're used to staying up late, new research gives you another reason to try and get into better sleeping habits. Not only can adequate sleep help you feel better rested, but it can help your stem cells stay in shape.
When people use marijuana, they sometimes encounter the "munchies," an uncontrollable urge to eat. But what exactly causes the munchies to occur?
There's some disturbing news when it comes to bacteria. Scientists have found that bacteria may be able to jump between host species far more easily than previously thought, which could have huge implications for disease research.
There may be a new test for lung cancer. Scientists have developed a breathalyzer test that senses volatile organic compounds that are biomarkers found exclusively in the exhaled breath of some people with lung cancer.
Could virtual reality be an effective treatment for older individuals dealing with anxiety?
There may be a new way to combat malaria--and that new way may be through bacteria.
For decades, scientists have examined the genetic advantage of sexual reproduction versus asexual reproduction. Yet theories of this genetic advantage have never been proven in humans--until now.
Researchers at Queen Mary University of London found that stem cells could play a role in preventing obesity. They discovered that reducing the size of tiny hair like structures on the biological compounds can prevent them from turning into fat, as well as the risk of related health issues.