Could "exercise in a bottle" actually become a reality? Scientists have found about 1,000 molecular reactions to exercise, which opens the door for drug treatments to mirror the health benefits of exercise.
NASA has revealed its five science selections for refinement during the next year as a first step in choosing one or two missions for flight opportunities as early as 2020.
New findings published in the journal Experimental Physiology reveal that taking 10 minute breaks can be helpful in reducing the risk of sitting at a computer for extended periods.
New findings published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology reveal that psychological distress experienced in early life could increase the risk of diabetes and heart disease during adulthood.
In the recent study, researchers examined four different types of gut bacteria that decrease asthma risk in infants.
As many as 1 in 8 women will develop an invasive form of breast cancer.
In a recent study, researchers examined the connections between alcohol use disorder and quitting cigarettes.
A new prosthesis may actually help people with memory loss. Scientists have created a brain prosthesis that is designed to help individuals suffering from the loss of memory.
It's that time of year again: autumn. And this means that there are a lot more deer near the roads, which may lead to higher collision rates if drivers aren't careful.
September marks Prostate Cancer Awareness month. Though the month is coming to a close, it's never too late to be learning about the health issue.
A flea that's been frozen in time may possess bacteria that's the ancestor of the Black Death. Scientists have discovered a flea preserved in amber with tiny bacteria that could have eventually evolved into the dreaded strain of the bubonic plague.
Chimpanzees' personality traits may actually be linked to the structures in their brain. Scientists have taken a closer look at chimps and have found that brain structure plays a vital role when it comes to their personalities.