Pregnant women with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) are more likely to give birth prematurely than counterparts without the health issue.
Recent findings published in the journal Neuropsychopharmacology show that alzheimer's drugs could help cure symptoms associated with eating disorders.
Recent findings published in the journal Molecular Cancer Therapeutics show that an unconventional cancer treatment could hold the key to a cure in the future. Researchers examined the KRAS oncogene that's implicated in lung, colon, thyroid and pancreatic cancers.
Prostate cancer is the only most common cancer in American men--second only to skin cancer. Now, recent findings published in the journal Lancet Oncology show that a genetic test to identify men at high risk for prostate cancer could be helpful.
A new screening system may be successful in predicting soldier's suicide risk.
Older women with sleeping problems are more likely to have difficulties with certain daily functions, moving forward.
Men apparently evolved better navigation ability than women because men with better spatial skills could roam further and have children with more mates.
Recent findings published in the journal Periantology show that many of these newborns are frequently exposed to unsafe levels of a chemical that can be found in medical products.
Much of what makes up our diet will ultimately determine your overall health and well being. Yet did you know that eating right can actually help the planet, as well. Recent findings published in the journal Nature reveal that potential positive effects of a healthy diet on earth.
Identifying obese patients can sometimes be difficult, even for doctors, according to recent findings published in The British Journal of General Practice.
Many individuals struggle with sleeping. Yet now, recent findings published in The Journal of Neuroscience reveal that sleep-learning could actually be a possibility, particularly via olfactory conditioning. In other words, researchers believe that it may be possible to induce or change certain beha...