Nanoparticles may prove helpful in treating lung cancer, according to a recent study published in the journal ACSO Nano.
Do you think that you have the flu? Odds are, you're wrong about that. Researchers have discovered that adults over the age of 30 only catch the flu about twice a decade.
Have you ever wondered what people did for beer in the 1800s? Well now, scientists are uncovering some ancient recipes with the help of a 1840s shipwreck.
New findings published in the journal Childhood Obesity show that more students are eating fruit during their school lunch period. Better still, students threw away less of their entrees and vegetables than before changes by the U.S. Department of Agriculture's healthier school meal standards.
A healthy dose of self-confidence is a good thing, but an exaggerated sense of self-importance is not.
You wouldn't think that spider venom could help those in pain--but that seems to be the case, according to a new study.
While too much salt may not be the best for your health, dietary salt could actually have some benefits. Scientists have discovered that dietary salt may be able to defend your body against invading microbes.
Creative geniuses may have a bit of trouble concentrating and now, scientists have figured out why. They've looked at real-world creativity and found that it may be associated with a reduced ability to filter "irrelevant" sensory information.
Scientists have discovered the origins for two of the four known groups of human AIDS viruses. It turns out that their origins can be found in western lowland gorillas.
New findings published in JAMA Internal Medicine show that moviegoers watching a tearjerker are more likely to eat between 28 percent and 55 percent more popcorn goodies than other goers watching different genres.
A new study published in the journal Circulation found that dementia and Alzheimer's disease patients were two to three times more likely to develop significant memory loss during a follow-up period if they had poor heart function.
New findings published in PLOS Biology show that adults over the age of 30 may only catch the flu about twice a decade. The study results are based on the analysis of blood samples from volunteers in Southern China, while researchers examined antibody levels against nine different influenza strains ...