Could protein be the key to preventing bone loss?
Glaucoma remains the leading cause of irreversible blindness throughout the world. Yet scientists have discovered a new culprit that's causing the health issue.
A happy marriage is often dependent on equality and understanding from both partners.
Recent findings published in the Journal of Neuroscience show that brain inflammation can be rapidly disrupted by the ability to retrieve complex memories of similar but distinct thought processes.
New findings also show that neighbors to the north are dealing with issues. Recent findings published in the journal Canadian Family Physician show that Canada is dealing with significant prescription drug abuse.
Researchers have found that mice also have similar traits of type 2 diabetes as humans.
The health of a mother-to-be will ultimately influence her future child.
Could humans be on the verge of a major evolutionary transition? At least one researcher believes that's the case.
Recent findings published in the journal Current Biology show that that the brain is unconsciously classifying words as we sleep, as well.
It's perhaps not surprising that dogs that are featured in movies become popular pets soon afterward. Now, though, scientists have taken a closer look at this phenomenon and have found that the effect last for ten years after the movie is first released.
The staff members of Dublin Zoo are celebrating the arrival of a zebra foal, born September 2. It has been 23 years since a common zebra was born in the zoo.