Clinicians from the University of Leicester and Leicester's Hospitals led an international clinical trial for patients with blood cancer, and it's reportedly changing lives.
Medicine doesn't degrade faster in space. Scientists have conducted an opportunistic, pilot-scale study and have found that medication on the International Space Station (ISS) does not degrade faster than medication on Earth.
Researchers at the University of Minnesota found that participants who reported increases in self-weighing throughout the 10-year-study-period showed increases in depressive symptoms, weight concern and a decreased satisfaction of their body and self-esteem, in general.
Stressed parents may be more likely to have obese children, according to a recent study.
It might sound sort of silly, but the muscle capacity of our legs may say something about the ageing brain, according to a recent study.
Researchers have identified a gene that may help prevent many wheat diseases, according to a recent study.
A new vaccine may help lower the amount of "bad" cholesterol--or low-density lipoproteins (LDL)--which researchers believe could one day provide an alternative to statins.
Researchers have created an innovative temperature sensor that is printable, flexible and very light to carry. The new sensor can be used in health care and welfare applications, according to researchers at the University of Tokyo.
Even normal weight people with excess fat around their middle may be at an increased risk of early death, according to a recent study.
A new implantable, wireless device may be able to block pain signals in the body and the spinal cord before the signals reach the brain. The new device could be huge when it comes to battling chronic pain.
Wilms tumor'--a rare kidney cancer that occurs in children--is the result of a genetic mutation in a gene called REST, researchers believe.
Researchers have identifies a disease carrying species of mosquitoes, which is potentially dangerous to human health. The invasive species has been identified as 'Aedes japonicas.' This species of mosquito is a carrier for multiple viruses, according to researchers from Simon Fraser University and ...