It turns out that when it comes to cancer, "bad luck" of random mutations plays a predominant role.
Cholera is caused by the bacterium, Vibrio cholera, and can impact the small intestine. Now, scientists are learning more about this bacterium; it turns out that it has a tiny spear to stab and kill neighboring bacteria, stealing their DNA.
While people who eat a lot of red meat are at a higher risk of certain cancers, other carnivores are not. This is why scientists decided to investigate the tumor-forming role of a certain sugar.
Scientists have discovered a mutated gene in dogs that may just help treat blindness.
Scientists have found that women with atypical hyperplasia of the breast have a higher risk of developing breast cancer than previously thought.
Scientists are finding new treatments for cancer every day. Now, scientists have targeted cells' biological clock in a promising new therapy to kill cancer cells.
It turns out that there's a new method to help treat an inherited form of dementia.
There's been little change in fast food portion sizes, according to a new study.
Scientists have found that a lack of attention to eyelid function and vision can leave patients that undergo facial transplantation with impaired vision, corneal exposure, eyelid traction and other eyelid-related complications.
It's not just about nature and nurture; it's also about historical context. Scientists have found that the role of genetics in complex traits actually varies over time.
Scientists have found the reducing physical activity for even just a few days leads to decreases in the function of the inner lining of blood vessels in the legs of young, healthy subjects.
The American Cancer Society's annual cancer statistics report has found that there's been a 22 percent drop in cancer mortality over two decades that's led to the avoidance of more than 1.5 million cancer deaths.