A recent study takes a more in-depth look at how parents seek specialists when the signs or symptoms of a more serious illness may appear. According to researchers from the University of Michigan C.S. Mott Children's Hospital National Poll on Children's Health, as they often easily find a primary ca...
According to a recent study, heavy caffeine dependency can result in withdrawal symptoms.
Fine-grained research shows boost for leading-edge and low-profile work in the life sciences happens after authors are honored.
These days, most of us can't go a day without our favorite coffee or soda. However, a recent study looks into the dangers of caffeine dependency.
Henry Molaison is known to have to most famous brain in the history of neuroscience. Today, he is honored for allowing scientists to study his brain and unearth various neuroscience breakthroughs, most notably the conception of a 3-D model of his brain.
Scientists have determined that melatonin may have the potential to help slow the growths of certain breast cancer tumors. Although the study is still in its early stages, the findings have been promising so far.
As it has and continues to raise controversy since the American Medical Association (AMA) declared obesity a disease in June 2013, researchers examine the psychological effects that the new label may have on overweight or obese individuals.
As many women of childbearing age prepare to take on that next step into creating new life, some may be uncertain about the benefits and risk associated with reproductive health. According to a recent study conducted by researchers from the Yale School of Medicine, the study showed that up to 50 per...
Statistics show that many suffering from diabetes may be unaware of the chronic condition, according to the American Diabetes Association. However, researchers from Tel Aviv University's Sackler faculty of medicine have found a simple blood test that could help detect an individual's risk of develop...
Based on a new study conducted by researchers at the University of Montreal, nightmares have a greater emotional effect than bad dreams. Their findings focused on the emotional impact of these dreams and how fear might play a role.
According to lead study author and associate professor at the university, Xiaowei "George" Xu, MD, PhD, he and researchers found that by converting adult cells into epithelial stem cells (EpSCs), hair growth was achieved in mice.