Recent findings published in the journal Circulation show that to repair damaged tissues, transforming human scar cells into blood vessels can produce positive results.
Recent findings published in the Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin have found that between the too main political sectors, Democrats may be a bit better at dealing with their emotions than their conservative counterparts.
Scientists continue to excessively research the power of stem cells--undifferentiated biological tissue that can be specialized to produce more stem cells and potentially help various health problems. Now, researchers at Lund University in Sweden have found that these cells hold a remarkable potent...
Poor diet isn't just responsible for increased weight gain. Recent findings published in the American Journal of Public Health show that for children in particular, poor diet can even lead to mental health issues.
Many lactose intolerant individuals may actually have a health advantage. Recent findings published in the British Journal of Cancer show how this medical issue may protect some against breast, lung and ovarian cancers.
Recent findings published in Scientific Reports show how a single mutation in the beta-catenin gene can be responsible for infertility through abnormalities in the sexual organs--making sexual reproduction almost impossible.
Liver disease remains a health issue that's often not discovered until the health issue has become more severe.
Could gut bacteria be preventing you from losing weight. Recent findings published in the journal Cell examine how this issue may be the culprit.
Most of us aren't thinking about the evolution of the human anatomy or more specifically "private parts." Yet recent findings published in the journal Nature examine the evolution of the penis. Thanks to lizard limbs, the mystery is finally solved.
Koalas may be revealing new clues about the origins of the human genome. Scientists have recently discovered that 39 different koala retroviruses in a koala's genome were all endogenous, which means they've been passed down to the koala from one parent or the other.
Scientists have recovered DNA from a fossil of one of the earliest known Europeans, a man who lived 36,000 years ago in western Russia, and have found that our genetic ancestry stretches back further than expected.