The new study found that fecal samples from captive wallabies contained bacterial genes encoding resistance to the antibiotics streptomycin, spectinomycin and trimethoprim. None of these resistance genes were found in the five wild populations the researchers sampled.
Those who cycle in states with helmet laws are at a lower risk for fatalities.
By measuring the amount of barium and calcium on the teeth growth lines of the Neanderthals, researchers noticed that breast-feeding was just for seven months, followed by seven month of supplementation.
Focusing on the previous H1N1 swine flu pandemic, a new study reveals that the swine flu of 2009 was the deadliest for people under the age of 65. Those above the age of 65 had a greater immunity due to previous exposure to similar viruses.
A new study has found that old people who suffer from migraines and depression have smaller volumes of brain tissue than those who suffer with either of the conditions or none of them.
In a study conducted by Brigham Young University sociology professors Ben Gibbs and Renata Forste noticed a strong association between obesity at 24 months of age and infant feeding.
Kids living in a traditional two parent married household are at a lower risk of becoming obese when compared to those living with cohabiting parents.
According to a study conducted by David Goltzman, MD, of McGill University in Montreal, Canada, taking a calcium supplement of up to 1,000 mg per day helps women live longer.
Medical implants and devices can be life saving or health restoring, but our body doesn't automatically know that and sometimes rejects these foreign objects, a natural response with problematic consequences. As usual, our body can be tricked.
For the first time, physicists from the Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics (MPE), biologists and physicians demonstrated the synergistic effect of cold atmospheric plasma - a partly ionized gas - and chemo therapy on aggressive brain tumour cells.
What's home to a bunch of fungi? Your feet, that's what!