Two particular nutrients may actually work against cancer therapy. Scientists have found that glucose and acetate can be used by tumors to resist targeted therapies directed at specific cellular molecules.
Could funeral directors be more likely to get ALS, otherwise known as Lou Gehrig's disease, a progressive disorder that slowly kills the nervous system?
Previous studies have discussed the dangers of prolonged sitting. Yet now, new findings published in the journal Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers and Prevention reveal that women who sit for extended periods of time may be at an increased risk of breast cancer.
Make no mistake: we absolutely adore our chickens. But, then again, it's probably not the best idea to go out and kiss one of them-which health officials suspect is what's to blame for the spread of some instances of salmonella bacteria. Over the past few years, the numbers of illnesses caused by sa...
New findings published in The Journal of Neuroscience reveal how studies in mice have verified an increased number of connections between certain sensory and nerve cells in the inner ear of aging creatures. As these connections normally tamp down hearing when an animal is exposed to loud sound, the ...
Do men feel threatened by their female bosses? New findings published in the journal Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin say yes.
New findings published in the journal Computers in Human Behavior reveal that playing violent video games can help to improve mood, but may also increase the risk of aggression.
Health officials have found cancer-causing asbestos fibers in a range of children's crayons which are available online in Australia. Many of the crayons feature popular fantasy characters including Mickey Mouse, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Power Rangers.
New findings published in the journal PLOS ONE suggest that getting a college degree could actually reduce the risk of early mortality.
A new cell structure discovery could advance the understanding in cancer development. For the first time ever, scientists have identified a structure called "the mesh" that may help hold together cells.
Scientists have managed to create a new device that may have some major implications for those with disabilities. The device can actually analyze a person's brain signals and produce sounds.