New findings published in the journal Immunity examine a new potential for curing asthma. According to the study authors, a group of molecular immunologists at the Keck School of medicine of the University of Southern California (USC), along with investigators from Janssen Research and Development, ...
Researchers are continuously learning about autism, a behavioral disorder that's estimated to affect about 1 in 68 children in the United States according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and about 1 in 100 children in the United Kingdom.
A new class of drugs may be able to boost a person's healthy lifespan. Scientists have found that the new class of drugs dramatically slows the aging process in animals and alleviates symptoms of frailty by improving cardiac function and extending life.
New findings published in the journal DNA and Cell Biology suggest that Viagra could help kill off cancer.
How trusting are you? It may depend on the circuits in your brain. Scientists have found that there are differences in brain structure depending on how trusting you are of others.
Scientists have taken a closer look at the genetics thousands modern Asian men and have found that many are descended from just 11 powerful dynastic leader who lived up to 4,000 years ago, including Genghis Khan.
A new, experimental drug may just turn "bad" fat into "good" fat. Scientists have tested a new drug that causes weight loss in mice by speeding up metabolism and burning off fat cells.
A new study show that patients who were treated with antidepressants had lower mortality rates, stroke and artery disease when compared to those who did not take any medication for depression.
Like it or not, most Americans will wake up to their smart phones tomorrow and see that they missed an hour of sleep. Just so turns out, they actually did. It's daylight saving time.
A new report released Thursday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows that suicide rate for girls and young women in the U.S. continues to rise at an increasingly fast pace.
New findings presented on March 6 at the American Heart Association's EPI/Lifestyle 2015 Scientific Sessions in Baltimore found that this could lower risk of heart disease and even stroke.
New findings published in the journal Cell show that in the absence of food, neurons that are normally responsible for controlling appetite can cause repetitive behaviors that are sometimes seen in obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and anorexia nervosa.